Very Impressive Dermarolling And Minxodil Results - From Tressless

Ray's Stance

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I bought a Dr Pen microneedle off Amazon and have noticed a massive differences to how it feels compared to the derma stamp . I used a derma roller before and a derma stamp at 1.5 length but nothing really changed. I've done the Dr Pen about 4 times now and my scalp is much redder afterwards with maybe one or two spots of blood. It does feel miles better and like it's doing something but this photo looks like sh1te tbh. I can feel more stubby hairs and feel at weak spots whispy hairs, but as you can tell, the photos in the harshest lighting don't really help andni think it makes it look even worse. As per my other posts I basically live in dermmatch and it looks passible. Anyway that's my two cents. I feel it is doing something and I will continue. I'm also on minoxidil and nizoral. I see people posting stuff without photos all the time so decided to share one, even though I look awful without stuff shading my scalp. Cheers
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This was three months ago above...
Slight harsher lighting I think too.
And today below.
 

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paul1988

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So, 3 years since I bought it, my dr pen A6 stopped working. Now it bothers me to spend another 100€ in a new one. A dermaroller will do the job?
 

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I'd venture to say that his results are due to topical finasteride and not microneedling. He's either using 2.5 mg or 5 mg of finasteride topically every day.
 

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no, all hairs need DHT to grow. body hair is an example.
scalp hairs have DHT a lot of years before puberty, sebaceous gland need this hormone to make sebum.
Till scientists dont take the idea never we shall advance.....
DHT increases reactive oxygen species like hydrogen peroxide which increases the PH of tge environnement. Prolactin receptor is extremely upregulated (by hundred times) in a high PH
 

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The drug that follica mechinzem is based on
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Armando Jose

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DHT increases reactive oxygen species like hydrogen peroxide which increases the PH of tge environnement. Prolactin receptor is extremely upregulated (by hundred times) in a high PH
Yes, oxigen sopcies reactives are not good for hair, this mechanism is the same with oxidizied sebum
 

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The drug that follica mechinzem is based on
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Follica mechanism isn't based on verteporfin.

You guys have not presented a clear use case for vert.
 

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Follica mechanism isn't based on verteporfin.

You guys have not presented a clear use case for vert.
Its based on the same idea that while you have injury the body decied wether to create skin cells or HF cells. Vert help its choose HF
 
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Did anyone needling experience a temporary shed of thin hair? I started needling again with a pen at 1mm while using OM for a few months and I'm defiantly in a worse spot 2-3 sessions later then when I started.
 
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