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posted by cal, 18.10.2016, 02:05

small hair gains. It is predictable. It should come as no more of a surprise than Minoxidil causing hair gains.




As for the percentage of terminals versus non-terminal hairs produced?

I say the same thing as before. Show me a control group result for Follica's method of wounding w/o the rest of their newest protocol. Maybe they have made legit progress against MPB or maybe they are selling repackaged dermabrasion. -->

I referred to the wounding results being "predictable" as a bit of an opinion. It frustrates me how often people are surprised to see wounding cause the slightest hair gains at all.

If you put your arm in the flame of a blowtorch then it would be difficult to predict the exact shape and degree of the burn. But I would still call it "predictable" that a severe burn has been caused.

Superficial wounding --> small hair gains. It is predictable. It should come as no more of a surprise than Minoxidil causing hair gains.




As for the percentage of terminals versus non-terminal hairs produced?

I say the same thing as before. Show me a control group result for Follica's method of wounding w/o the rest of their newest protocol. Maybe they have made legit progress against MPB or maybe they are selling repackaged dermabrasion.




cal is located in [NA] and he is available to meet: NO


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