Discussion in 'New Research, Studies, and Technologies' started by paleocapa89, Feb 5, 2016.
@Youngerman have you emailed Fidia again for an update on the trial?
They won't need any help, if this actually turns out to give back 5 years of lost hair and also massively reduces any further hair loss then Fidia/Brotzu will make billions. Practically every male on the planet will want to use it, men who currently don't have hair loss will take it just to make sure.
Have not contacted them since. What I found interesting was that in the fidia lady's sign off info it gives the dates for "summer holiday" the dates being August 8-19. I'm not sure if this is like a normal Italian thing? I ask because the man running the Italian group buy said he will formulate lotion after the "holidays" so idk Italians take a lot of breaks but anyways when she told me "hopefully after summer holiday" she may have been referring to that date. Don't take this out of proportion, the sign off info is standard and is on every email that lady sends out. I'm still projecting late September. Also if you are thinking of contacting fidia I'm assuming they will not be responding during that time span
https://www.dropbox.com/s/7j1a99vibfyyc6r/Brotzu Il Dermatologo anno XXXVII n.1-2015 marzo.pdf?dl=0
Cheers although the pics are terrible. Think i will stop looking at this thread every day and chill oot
Has there ever been any indication that this lotion is for Androgenetic Alopecia? Are they testing for Androgenetic Alopecia?
We'd look pretty dumb if it was only ever intended for AA.
The ingredients would work for Androgenetic Alopecia.
AA is an autoimmune disorder. There is nothing in the ingredients that looks like it is specifically targeted at AA, it is basically a DHT blocker and growth promoter via PGE1.
it's for AA and Androgenetic Alopecia.
The FIDIA trial running right now is for Androgenetic Alopecia patient.
and Dr.Brotzu says it's work for both.
This is wonderful and answers a lot of questions: so now it's official that it does work for Androgenetic Alopecia.
Been creeping for a while. The news of this has gotten me excited enough to post.
Read pages in thread but still confused - I hear Brotzu saying no sides reported.
Sounds like it doesn't inhibit T to DHT conversion like finasteride does but instead limits DHT ability to attack the follicles. (Thereby Maintaining sexual Function- libidos and erection strength etc)
Is that correct?
It's getting so much attention because:
The inventor (Brotzu) is highly reputable and appears would have nothing to gain from false claims, but a lot to lose.
Because there is a possibility it will give back 5 years of lost hair and massively slowing any further hair loss.
Has no side effects.
As I said earlier I'm really, really surprised it hasn't had more coverage outside of a few specialist hair loss forums and blogs.
yes that's correct, and that's why they can use it on women and children.
Does anyone know if using this with finasteride would improve results? like finasteride + min does
It only says for menopausal women suffering from Androgenetic Alopecia.
This would be a life saver for me. im 29 years old and have done two hair transplants.. I have a perfect full head of hair now but i know i will loose it sens no one in my famiily has good hair. im on no medication and on top of that i dont have much grafts left in my donor to make more hair transplants so this would be something amazing, get something to maintain what i got...
They're supposed to manufacture it after the trials confirm it's good.
im trying to wrap my head around how they will be able to deploy to all us desperate to regrow hair within such a short time frame. 2017 seems very optimistic to produce millions of tubes of this magic elixir, but im no marketing expert. Maybe they're in the process of signing these agreements while the testing is ongoing... I hope they can get it out to this side of the pond that quickly!!
Hence I'm considering stockpiling and selling the excess on eBay.
I remember when Playstation 2 came out. Retail price: $500. eBay price: $5,000.
One mistake I look back on and regret is not selling them.
Elsa dolls from the Disney movie Frozen were selling for upwards of $10,000 on eBay, because Disney had not realized they had an iconic smash hit on their hands, they didn't manufacture enough toys ... f*****g Disney didn't manufacture enough toys.
Obviously, this won't be selling for $5,000.
Why does everyone seem to think that a company whose literal job is to make batches upon batches of slippery sh*t millions people put on their skin won't be able to make a batch of slippery sh*t that millions of people will put on their skin in a year's time?
Seriously, don't be that guy.
My impression is that finance/business underestimate the potential consumer demand for hair loss products.
For example, RU 58851 was never developed through trials because the company thought there would be no profit in a safe and effective hair loss drug.