Discussion in 'New Research, Studies, and Technologies' started by paleocapa89, Feb 5, 2016.
Oh yeah I really hope it wont contain PG I am allergic too
I certainly am, it's funny April 15th is a day I very much look forward to and want it to be now, but I'm also scared shitless of.
Bittersweet day eh! At least it isnt April 1st!
Don"t expect miracles from trial photos as they are only 6 months. Btw, I think it will be a tricogram. Remember Replicel, they gave no scalp pics, only tricogram.
But maybe Brotzu gives pics since the last time he did. It would be dumb not to show Norwood regrowth if they want high sales. Unless they don't want to claim something that is not verified by FIDIA study.
It isn't even nearly the fourth biggest Pharma in Italy, it has been in 70s and then It went bankrupt in 90s lol
I see no problem tho, I'm sure we're good
Ah ok...was just going off their Wikki page.
lliposomes are comprised of phospholipids. If you read through the patent they use alcohol during the production which is then evaporated off. The final lotion should be alcohol free. no need for pg.
Yeah I really hope it is the case my skin just cannot handle PG.
It will be the same scam like the foreskin lotion from Turkey.
Are you guys really crying about PG ? If it would grow back my hair i would put fucking nuclear waste on my head.
PG is a joke, buy a medical shampoo for scalp health and the itching problem is solved (talking about Minoxidil).
EDIT: They are praying for Brotzu in r/tresless. While optimism is good, this is too much, we don't even have 6 month trial results.
Which is why they are praying. Let's wait for the conference to see what they have for us.
getting buzz cut for better
absorption reduce minoxidill to 1 time per day for 6 months and then drop this shit and finally discontinue fina after 1 year if everything goes well with new lotion ...
Yeah, getting buzzed or even shaving bald would improve the result if this really works.
If it is recommended to use once per day, I would still use it twice depending on the price, that is if it is completely safe.
IllI surprised if they manage to figure out the optimal dosage .
That is expensive and difficult to do, particularly since they have three ingredients.
I was at the specialists of hairloss today and i told him about the new lotion from Italy that is coming this summer, he immediatelly told it will be a scam, that its just the usual marketing, and when i told him about the ingredients he looked me weirdly, what should i think now, it kind of bummed me out...
Who might these specialists of hair loss be? And what I wonder is, how is absolute silence about a product, "usual marketing"? Isn't it usually to generate as much hype as possible so many people will buy it before people realize it does jackshit? + why would they not release it wayyy sooner? Just some questions to throw out there (this all sounds a bit snarky but it isn't meant that way haha).
Who was he ? Chances are he's never heard of it, and on face value - 'hairloss lotion from italy' does sound dubious unless you've been following its development.
Just remember- Fidia is an actual drug company. Its been in development for a few years now. A woman actually went out of her way to make a youtube video for her daughter who was in the Areata trials (pictures looked good) to get answers from Fidia - something she would only do if the lotion in the trials made a substantial difference to her daughters quality of life.
Hairloss specialist...? Nobody knows except Fidia (and hopefully G. Brotzu) if it's a scam or not.
Me myself don't believe that the lotion is a scam (what's pointing at that direction today?), but all of us should be sceptical towards it efficiency: and that we should be with all new products. In all categories, that's just common sense.
Neverless, I still hope (and even believe) that G. Brotzus words contains some truth, because he have been telling the truth so far, even when some of you said he did not.