» » rev mine was just a joke tongue in cheek mirroring maneless post
» No worries; I knew you were joking, but I realize that this thread will
» draw heat from people that don’t get it. As far as I’m concerned our EPIC
» arguments are dead and buried.
» Having said that, I was serious when I asked you (and everyone else) to
» share their thoughts how (if at all) Acell could be re-purposed for hair
» growth. Obviously, I’m not interested in comparing animal models (I already
» shared my Doberman story), or trying to make NEW hair (like the Follica
» process). I don’t even want to get into the whole strip scar/ FUE debate
» because doctors will be working that angle shortly. My opinion isn’t worth
» a hill of beans, but I think throwing Acell into a Follicle depleted FUE
» hole is like throwing fertilizer into an empty farm field (even Follica
» couldn’t get results from wounds smaller than those 5mm in diameter).
» Personally, I’m really curious if we can stimulate the CURRENT dormant
» hair follicles in the scalp. Could Acell be made into a more soluble form
» so it could interact with that dormant hair. Could it be applied with a
» dermaroller or basic dermabrasion for example.
truthfully i dont waste energy hoping and speculating, I am happy to maintain what i have without it regressing, all i know is on my bald spot on my crown, nothing that is a very good supplment or topical on my other areas, has worked even 1 percent results, absolutely no change
so whatever they do with HM it will have to reverse whatever damage the body did to the hair follicles , because in older bald areas they sure are not eager to regenerate
in my opinion, the trick is to get to the area before the body kills the follicle, or kills its willingness to grow hair
in my thinning areas, it is relatively easy to get regrowth, given the right topical or supplement
in the older bald area, in my experience, it is difficult or next to impossible, at least with what I have been using