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JUSTIN2RUE's after pix in harsh flourescent office lighting. (Topicals & Shampoos)

posted by tryingtwo, 17.01.2013, 18:01

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» All of the pix above are of my normally styled,dry hair with "Got 21 B
» Glue" Hair Gel. My scalp is positioned apr. eight inches away from
» flourescent office overhead lighting. All these pix were shot with my
» cellphone on January 22nd 2011. To answer TryingTwo's questions- When I
» first started losing my hair back in early 2000,my thinning was confined to
» just the very front hairline. However ,by 2004 my loss was over the entire
» front AND vertex of my head. I began using Rogaine in I think February of
» 2000 at two times a day. I kept that exact regimen amount until late 2004
» when I got so dissapointed from it not working,that I completely STOPPED
» Rogaine for several months. Then,sometime in early 2005,I began to become
» so mad that Rogaine didnt work,that I went back on at double the normal
» dosage almost in spite of my self. lol. Kinda a strange reason,I know. I
» sorta demanded that Rogaine work for me! lol. I wasnt going to take defeat.
» My decision to double up on generic Minox was eased since I knew that
» Costco was offering the Kirkland Signature brand at rediculously low bulk
» prices! 2005,2006,2007,and 2008 came and went on my new regimen. Those were
» the darkest years of my life......... Nothing "seemed" to be working. Its
» hard to think of why I didnt stop taking the Minox considering how
» depressed I was. Part of me was stubborn,the other part was that I was
» definetly afraid that if I were to give up my regimen,I would lose even
» more hair and be TOTALLY bald within a year. I didnt want that. Its funny,I
» was SO depressed that I didnt take it seriously when men and women,family
» and strangers alike began making nice comments in regards to my "thick"
» hair. I completely blew the comments off. Finally around 2009 roughly,thats
» when I think it hit me. One day it hit me rather swiftly after stepping
» outa the shower with my hair soak and wet. I looked in the mirror with the
» yucky harsh overhead lighting . Even with wet hair,even with bad light,my
» hair was......full again. All those people that I thought were just being
» polite,I knew then that it ws true. My stubbornness actually worked. Then
» from 2009 until the end of 2010,I just kept monitoring how thick my hair
» had become and whether or not I was having any serious sheds. I was also
» waiting to see If maybe I was wrong but it was clear,my hair was pretty
» much back to normal,the way it had been years ago in my twenties(im now
» 37). I didnt want to come to and post anything on the Forums
» until I was DEAD SURE. I didnt want to be posting false info and let so
» many people down. I had been through my rough share of let-downs by crack
» pot's posting bogus success stories and pix here. I hope my recollections
» and pictures have aided at least some of you. There is HOPE. Not for
» everyone,but at least some!!! All the best guys. Warmest regards,
» Justin2rue

It's been awhile since this thread was so popular! I tried justin's method of using minox 4-5 times a day as soon as he posted it back in december of 2010 I believe it was. I want everybody to know that for the first 5 months it did not work for me at all. I saw no gains. When I added emu oil to 3 out of 4 daily minox applications, my hair thickness went thru the roof. So for those of you who tried this method but it did not work- you may want to try emu oil in addition because that definitely did the trick for me. Everybody is different so I guess I just needed the extra emu kick to power the increase minox applications. 4 times a day can most absolutely work!

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