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posted by roger_that, MARYLAND, 17.10.2016, 22:28

Wounding results aren't that unpredictable. They are predictably successful at producing a lot of very tiny barely-existent hairs. It gives a few scattered terminals too.

Well, this is actually what I meant when I said the results are unpredictable. They may be predictable for getting tiny invisible hairs that no one can see, but they're unpredictable when it comes to making visible, useful hairs that people will benefit from.

Before you undertake the procedure, you will have no idea if it'll generate zero terminal hairs, one terminal hair, or 5, or 50. And from what I've heard and read, only in the rarest circumstances does it ever result in anything close to a visible cosmetic improvement.

Usually what happens is you dermabrade an area, and then (maybe) get a few terminal hairs popping up, and over the surrounding area, you still see nothing. And someone else can dermabrade the same balding area on their scalp and get even less than you got -- completely zero.

To me, that is precisely the definition of "unpredictable".

It doesn't matter that people are getting a lot of invisible hair follicles. How does that help us? And, where's the research that confirms that, anyway? Has a study ever been done that confirms dermabrading or wounding generates large numbers of invisible or vellus follicles??? I don't recall hearing about that.

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