yea technology moving on just look at a 2000 to 2006 phone compared to one now im sure medical world is moving the same hepatitis c cure came few years back no one battered a eye that was quite scary illness.
Precisely.Ah right, one of those. Baldness is a self fulfilling prophecy for these folk. If they don't think baldness can be cured then they shouldn't be on here, as they will never try anything else and will therefore go or stay bald forever.
Please do. Good luck and Godspeed!Just ordered my 3mm derma roller!! I will report how it goes
ive always lived as a full head but but its a lie only i know, to shave my head and still be full head is the goal lolPrecisely.
However, this is like a crutch for some of them. A way to justify their own shortcomings in life. If they had a full head, it'd be something else. Guaran-f*****g-teed.
Others have probably tried the established treatments and they didn't do sh*t.
Yes, thanks for the heads up. Please go see the FAQs thread for further info on that: https://www.hairlosstalk.com/interact/threads/microneedling-faqs-procedures-studies-and-such.119653/
Given the space before the exclamation mark, I'm guessing he's French. Please, please, please do not be another French Moustache account.
Guys, good evening!
I wanted to ask a question regarding minoxidil. Would be great if someone could answer it.
The thing is that I am using foam. My hair is not buzzed, it is of middle-length, and it is kinda of difficult to apply minoxidil. For the last 5 months I was applying it only on the temples (the area where my hair loss is the most obvious). It helped there a bit, but I continuing thinning on top as well (diffuse thinning).
Now, I am wondering:
1. If I start applying minoxidil on top as well, will it mess up with my hair in terms of shedding? Cuz if it is going to be the case, I might struggle to get away with my hair thinning there. I mean. I already experienced shedding when I was applying it on temples, but not sure, whether it will happen again if I extend the area of application.
2. How do you apply foam minoxidil with needling? Or it is better to switch to the liquid one? I guess that all people with success stories used liquid one, correct me if I am wrong?
Thanks a lot in advance for the answer!
If I ever restore my hairline + thickness, first thing I'm gonna do is shave the chocolate flavored f*** out of my hair. First because I can and second cause I actually wanna see how I look.
Engaging is pointless. He also said he wants to discuss microneedling... But he'd be doing just that right now if that was the case.
Discussion is back to normal, thankfully. My advice is that you either like/dislike or simply ignore his posts.
I do think the roller is a good option. However in my case i think subconsciously i never pressed as hard as i should. That was my problem years back when trying the roller. The pen helps me with this. Although sometimes you have to be a bit precise with it.