Discussion in 'New Research, Studies, and Technologies' started by ZenHead, Oct 10, 2018.
I was talking about the complaining guy, not you. You're an asset to this thread.
I apply Minoxidil foam after an hour, what I do is openchannels between my hair with my comb and spread a threadof foam. Massage for 1 minute.
Lol does that look mean because i know its cut sheet metal now or did it always look that mean
Lol i laugh cause if i got back to near full thickness i'd literally do the same. Knowing it will grow back i'd def do it.
As for people and the pens. I would have went derminator but ultimately went A6. I wanted to start needling immediately and the three month wait kinda scared me (even though people said they didn't have to wait that long..... Although i'm in the US) I went with the one off amazon from the official DR website. Cost me about 130. I really like it. I also like the fact that i can get needles within a couple days time if i really need to. Both are very good.
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.
This is what im hoping is the main cause of non responders
I seem to be experiencing more shedding at the moment, I’m nearly 3 months in.
how does my hair look when wet:
4th session in the bag! It's been 17 days since the last time due to vacation. I could have needled immediately before holidays but decided to have an extended recovery instead. Would've been lots of sun exposure as well immediately after.
It seemed to hurt a little more than I remember! I had to take a couple breather breaks.
While the radio was on in the bathroom - Bryan Adam's "Cut's Like a Knife" came on. I had to laugh... life is funny sometimes. "Cuts like a Knife ... yeah, but it feels so right ".
Like you don't belong here! LOL!
(Edit: I mean that in a complimentary way - you have a full head of dense hair!)
Thanks, mate! I do it similarly. Just hope foam is not less effective than liquid, though.
You are one lucky man! Awesome result!
Can't believe the mods here allow such scammer to hover this thread 24/7 (with one user or more).
"Doing my research, I came across trichostimulation, a technique for hair growth discovered in 2013. Studies showed "good or great" results in 80% of patients. Just one problem – the treatment cost $500 a session, with 12 weekly sessions."
So tell me, @74775446, did you really came across trichostimulation? (Scam)
Studies showed good or great results in 80% of patients? (Scam)
What studies ? How many people did you have to have that statistics? (Scam)
Can you refer to the "studies"? Or to that statistic?
"Trichostimulation has been proven to be far more effective than any other treatment. And because it doesn't involve any drugs, it's a safe option without side effects."
Oh really. your made-up scam is better than any other treatment existing? (Scam)
It doesn't involves drugs? (Scam)
Without side effects? (Scam)
"Effectiveness: clinically proven to regrow hair better than Minoxidil and Finasteride"
I think the mods have really neglected this thread. They should take care of their users.
Besides being an a**h**, 74775446 is lying to innocent balding suffered and taking advantage of them.
He needs to start paying you in advertising!
Still? Seriously dude? Who cares? Post this s**t somewhere else. And then get some help.
I can't see any of it, which amuses me greatly. He's going mental while the world goes on as normal for me.
Just block the guy and the thread goes back to normal.
Holy fck this is gettin out of hand. Headdy you made your case, you were heard now leave it be or make a different thread in some other section where you can complain.
Keep this thread clean.
Thread so clean you could eat off it
I love how he keeps saying he wants to bring this thread back to needling yet when it does go back to normal he keeps bringing up this conspiracy bs
Can somebody link me the old big thread with Dermarolling?
Found it and read some pages. What I can tell from reading only 10 pages, it's completely wrong that nobody sticked to the treatment. There are a lot of people who tried it for months.