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debris

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17.06.2011, 03:58
 

Latisse (bimatoprost) results (Hair Multiplication & Stem Cells Treatment)

PPl on one of the other site are testing bimatoprost.

So far it seems the results are nothing major.

Here are few quotes:

"people have got *some* sort of results from 0.03% as I said. Just nothing great."

"I myself am using about 1mg a day. I will need to increase that to roughly 2mg soon because I am not seeing much hair growth using a 0.3 to 0.5 solution."



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hairman2

17.06.2011, 05:30

@ debris

Latisse (bimatoprost) results

PPl on one of the other site are testing bimatoprost.

So far it seems the results are nothing major.

Here are few quotes:

"people have got *some* sort of results from 0.03% as I said. Just nothing
great."

"I myself am using about 1mg a day. I will need to increase that to roughly
2mg soon because I am not seeing much hair growth using a 0.3 to 0.5
solution."


hey.. where are these quotes from? how long have they been using latisse?




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Stevie.Dee

17.06.2011, 06:22

@ hairman2

Latisse (bimatoprost) results

Show us the link to those statement or we ( i) dont believe it. Also i am not conviced that people should stick around with this whole Latisse train and instead should focus more on regenerative options




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debris

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17.06.2011, 12:00

@ hairman2

Latisse (bimatoprost) results

PPl on one of the other site are testing bimatoprost.

So far it seems the results are nothing major.

Here are few quotes:

"people have got *some* sort of results from 0.03% as I said. Just
nothing
great."

"I myself am using about 1mg a day. I will need to increase that to
roughly
2mg soon because I am not seeing much hair growth using a 0.3 to 0.5
solution."


hey.. where are these quotes from? how long have they been using latisse?

you can google the source



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jarjarbinx

17.06.2011, 12:05

@ Stevie.Dee

Latisse (bimatoprost) results

Show us the link to those statement or we ( i) dont believe it. Also i am
not conviced that people should stick around with this whole Latisse train
and instead should focus more on regenerative options


There is more than one way to skin a cat. The point is that the hair loss industry is optimistic about latisse so it's an intillectual mistake on your part to try to discourage people here from experimenting with it? All you should care about is that some people are trying a promising experimental treatment and you should not be trying to discourage them. It really makes no sense for a balding man (such as yourself) who wants his hair back to try to stop others from testing products that may grow hair. The logical thing for you to do is support these people and if it grows hair then we all can benefit from learning that, and if it doesn't grow hair then we can move on from that particular drug. But until we know for sure if it works or not the best thing to do is to encourage others who are experimenting with it rather than attempting to discouraging them.

I respect you, and I respectfully say to you that I really hope the people experimenting with latisse have better sense than to heed your unintelligent and counterproductive advice, and I wish you would think before you post.




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debris

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17.06.2011, 12:26

@ jarjarbinx

Latisse (bimatoprost) results

Show us the link to those statement or we ( i) dont believe it. Also i
am
not conviced that people should stick around with this whole Latisse
train
and instead should focus more on regenerative options


There is more than one way to skin a cat. The point is that the hair loss
industry is optimistic about latisse so it's an intillectual mistake on
your part to try to discourage people here from experimenting with it? All
you should care about is that some people are trying a promising
experimental treatment and you should not be trying to discourage them. It
really makes no sense for a balding man (such as yourself) who wants his
hair back to try to stop others from testing products that may grow hair.
The logical thing for you to do is support these people and if it grows
hair then we all can benefit from learning that, and if it doesn't grow
hair then we can move on from that particular drug. But until we know for
sure if it works or not the best thing to do is to encourage others who are
experimenting with it rather than attempting to discouraging them.

I respect you, and I respectfully say to you that I really hope the people
experimenting with latisse have better sense than to heed your
unintelligent and counterproductive advice, and I wish you would think
before you post.

sorry this post originaly was not meant to put anyone from experimenting with latisse.

its more to inform ppl that 0.03-0.05% solutions do not rly grow much hair.

its my opinion that more potent versions wont grow any major hair either, not that they would not be potent hair growth products but rather due to the fact how MPB works (putting the rocket fuel into damaged engine wont rly fix the engine).

all in all if someone wants to RLY see if bimatoprost is of any help, they should try 10x or 30x stronger versions (0.3% or 1% solutions). Anyone with 0.03 is just loosing their time with just another rogaine for women.

ppl in my opinion also underestimate the need of more research into why and how exactly the hair "engine" is broken. all this inefficiency of bimatoprost was predicted by me solely on the knowledge of the mpb follicle the studies that are already out there and facts like for example that rogaine grows leashes as well (even better than latisse sometimes). the research is out there all the time. if ppl were really interested in curing their problem and not just wasting their time and money, they would have known that 0.03% is not rly enough and would go with 0.3 or 1% at least. you cant cheat reality, the best you can do is to face it and learn from it. and thats what im trying to tell the ppl here.

you never ever can CHEAT the reality. if youre trying to go against the known facts and evidence. YOU are going to fail. and this is what just is manifesting here now.

but anyway I get your point jarjar.



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Stevie.Dee

17.06.2011, 12:29

@ debris

Latisse (bimatoprost) results

Ok then i adress the issue here

What do you guys want?

A permanent solution or something you have to take for the rest of your life?




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debris

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17.06.2011, 12:40

@ Stevie.Dee

Latisse (bimatoprost) results

Ok then i adress the issue here

What do you guys want?

A permanent solution or something you have to take for the rest of your
life?

I want my fallen hair back. i dont rly care if i need to take something forever. as long as I have head of hair and i have no serious sides.



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jarjarbinx

17.06.2011, 12:55

@ Stevie.Dee

Latisse (bimatoprost) results

Ok then i adress the issue here

What do you guys want?

A permanent solution or something you have to take for the rest of your
life?

I can't speak for everyone here but I know what I want. I want the soonest possible cure/treatment that is safe and actually works. I will gladly apply once or twice a day rather than be bald. Of course I would rather have a one time treatment like you are talking about but not if I have to wait an extra year or two to get it.

Steve, if these guys experimenting with higher doses latisse grow a lot of hair then those of us that want to could get on that stuff soon and stay on it for a few years till a one time treatment (like you are in favor of) comes along. I want it back, I want it all back, and i want it back asap with the understanding that I can always switch to a better treatment later if a better treatment comes along later.




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jarjarbinx

17.06.2011, 13:00

@ debris

Latisse (bimatoprost) results

Show us the link to those statement or we ( i) dont believe it. Also i
am
not conviced that people should stick around with this whole Latisse
train
and instead should focus more on regenerative options


There is more than one way to skin a cat. The point is that the hair
loss
industry is optimistic about latisse so it's an intillectual mistake on
your part to try to discourage people here from experimenting with it?
All
you should care about is that some people are trying a promising
experimental treatment and you should not be trying to discourage them.
It
really makes no sense for a balding man (such as yourself) who wants his
hair back to try to stop others from testing products that may grow hair.

The logical thing for you to do is support these people and if it grows
hair then we all can benefit from learning that, and if it doesn't grow
hair then we can move on from that particular drug. But until we know
for
sure if it works or not the best thing to do is to encourage others who
are
experimenting with it rather than attempting to discouraging them.

I respect you, and I respectfully say to you that I really hope the
people
experimenting with latisse have better sense than to heed your
unintelligent and counterproductive advice, and I wish you would think
before you post.

sorry this post originaly was not meant to put anyone from experimenting
with latisse.

its more to inform ppl that 0.03-0.05% solutions do not rly grow much
hair.

its my opinion that more potent versions wont grow any major hair either,
not that they would not be potent hair growth products but rather due to
the fact how MPB works (putting the rocket fuel into damaged engine wont
rly fix the engine).

all in all if someone wants to RLY see if bimatoprost is of any help, they
should try 10x or 30x stronger versions (0.3% or 1% solutions). Anyone with
0.03 is just loosing their time with just another rogaine for women.

ppl in my opinion also underestimate the need of more research into why and
how exactly the hair "engine" is broken. all this inefficiency of
bimatoprost was predicted by me solely on the knowledge of the mpb follicle
the studies that are already out there and facts like for example that
rogaine grows leashes as well (even better than latisse sometimes). the
research is out there all the time. if ppl were really interested in curing
their problem and not just wasting their time and money, they would have
known that 0.03% is not rly enough and would go with 0.3 or 1% at least.
you cant cheat reality, the best you can do is to face it and learn from
it. and thats what im trying to tell the ppl here.

you never ever can CHEAT the reality. if youre trying to go against the
known facts and evidence. YOU are going to fail. and this is what just is
manifesting here now.

but anyway I get your point jarjar.


My post was actually meant for Steve, not you. I didn't see anything wrong with your post. You were merely pointing out that .09% wasn't helping and i was not expecting it to be helfpul. They will have to increase the dose if they are to have any chance. They will have to increase the dose to at least the same dose that Uno used in his study on macaques, but for the two reasons below they should use an even higher dose than Uno used:

1. Uno only got moderate regrowth on the macaques with his dose so they will need to go higher if they want more than moderate regrowth.

2. it is easier to regrow hair on a macaque than a human so humans might not get any regrowth at all if they only use the dose that Uno used on the macaques.


With these two issues in mind i think it would be best to go to 3% or higher...possibly 4% or 5% like 5% minoxodil. I would not go higher than 5% but I would go that high. If it doesn't work at 5% then it isn't going to work.




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jarjarbinx

07.02.2012, 12:15

@ debris

Latisse (bimatoprost) results

PPl on one of the other site are testing bimatoprost.

So far it seems the results are nothing major.

Here are few quotes:

"people have got *some* sort of results from 0.03% as I said. Just nothing
great."

"I myself am using about 1mg a day. I will need to increase that to roughly
2mg soon because I am not seeing much hair growth using a 0.3 to 0.5
solution."


Any news with your bimatoprost testing?




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