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GC1961 New Pictures


#1

I hadn’t really taken pics in a while and certainly not since I started to update my research and protocol 3 months back; dring which time I have found a lot of new info.

Anyway, two original pics from Jan’04 and two pics from today; one with and one without the flash.

I think I am seeing new growth at the hairline, but it is sloooooowwwww going; fortunately we are not talking 70 years (cheap shot).

Jan’04

Today… (with and without the flash).

As you can see the flash makes a huge difference; as long as I stick to the dark rooms I am pretty good though:D


#2

WOW ! I am trying to add new products to my regimen. What do you think has helped you the most regrowing the hair? That’s really amazing you regrew that much hair without surgery.


#3

» As you can see the flash makes a huge difference; as long as I stick to
» the dark rooms I am pretty good though:D

Great deceptive lighting and combing techniques.


#4

» » As you can see the flash makes a huge difference; as long as I stick to
» » the dark rooms I am pretty good though:D
»
» Great deceptive lighting and combing techniques.

Will you forever be known as “son of hairguy”?

:stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue:

You cannot deny the regrowth WP…


#5

Excellent regrowth gc1961. Perhaps it is time to jump the grunge ship…


#6

» » As you can see the flash makes a huge difference; as long as I stick to
» » the dark rooms I am pretty good though:D
»
» Great deceptive lighting and combing techniques.

Either meet me and compare your results and mine in the company of an independent witness or accept, what most people here know, that you are a fraud and a big mouth.

So do you accept my challenge; I will even let you name the US city?

Step up or shut up!

You have been called out. Just walk away like a coward.


#7

Come on let’s be serious here. There is no denying there is regrowth here. Whatever it is you’re doing keep it up. How many people walk around all day setting off a flash right over their head? If it looks good in an office or work situation then great. I think it looks a hell of a lot better. Congrats.


#8

Hey gc, it looks like you actually have more growth in the front than the crown, am I correct?


#9

» » As you can see the flash makes a huge difference; as long as I stick to
» » the dark rooms I am pretty good though:D
»
» Great deceptive lighting and combing techniques.

if gc used shampoo surely he would have been more bald by now, or wait, maybe using shampoo making guys go bald is bullshit

gc pics makes Lawrence Cutslinger regrowth pics look like a joke, and this only took three years…not TEN…and then Lawrence says he has plenty of regrowth but the camera cant yet see any of it…

apparently the camera has no trouble seeing gc’s regrowth

sad that widows is so jealous he is sobbing in the corner
he only wishes that his hair looked half as good


#10

“Great deceptive lighting and combing techniques.”—Widow’s Peak

Well, your credibility has just been shot all to hell for me. His regrowth pics are much more honest than are yours…MUCH MUCH MUCH more honest. They are clear, not from some dishonest angle, and clearly show the BEFORE AND AFTER.

I dont want to burst anyone’s bubble completely, and if you dont want to use shampoo and just clean your hair with witch hazel and water, thats one thing. But to deny that finasteride/dutasteride/topical spironolactone/topical ketoconazole/topical minoxidil/topical pirocotone olamine/topical copper peptides dont help is like saying water isn’t wet. There are third party scientific studies of all of them demonstrating efficacy.

If GC was using a skin-remodeller (prox-N) along with some topical spiro in addition to the topical keto/dutas/minox, he’d probably have even more regrowth----and he has definite regrowth.

I, like Hangin-in-there, will also be glad when the 15th has come and gone. These forums used to be real hotbeds of new discoveries in hair genetics, but they are turning into places where folks just argue for the sake of arguing over no-brainer points.


#11

» “Great deceptive lighting and combing techniques.”—Widow’s Peak
»
»
» Well, your credibility has just been shot all to hell for me. His regrowth
» pics are much more honest than are yours…MUCH MUCH MUCH more
» honest. They are clear, not from some dishonest angle, and clearly show
» the BEFORE AND AFTER.
»
»
» I dont want to burst anyone’s bubble completely, and if you dont want to
» use shampoo and just clean your hair with witch hazel and water, thats one
» thing. But to deny that finasteride/dutasteride/topical
» spironolactone/topical ketoconazole/topical minoxidil/topical pirocotone
» olamine/topical copper peptides dont help is like saying water isn’t wet.
» There are third party scientific studies of all of them demonstrating
» efficacy.
»
»
» If GC was using a skin-remodeller (prox-N) along with some topical spiro
» in addition to the topical keto/dutas/minox, he’d probably have even more
» regrowth----and he has definite regrowth.
»
»
»
» I, like Hangin-in-there, will also be glad when the 15th has come and
» gone. These forums used to be real hotbeds of new discoveries in hair
» genetics, but they are turning into places where folks just argue for the
» sake of arguing over no-brainer points.

I agree that widows, and all the Kramer types , by denying regrowth, show what self serving hypocritical lying douchebags they are

they really have not shattered their credibility since they had none to being with:-P :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue:


#12

» Hey gc, it looks like you actually have more growth in the front than the
» crown, am I correct?

Good observation IPOD; here is the full story.

I had early hair transplants (age 19 in 1980) and again in the mid-late 90s; the first ones were horrible plugs in London, the later ones better in the US (I still have the scars).

The before pics posted on this thread were taken in Jan’04; 6-7 years after my final transplant, and at the time I started focusing on herbal, drug and topical options.

I have seen regrowth in 3 areas;

  1. My crown, where I had no transplants; everything you see is pure regrowth on a totally bald area
  2. The frontal section, where I had transplants; I grew a lot of hair here and I don’t know whether this was activating transplanted hairs that never grew after surgery or whether it was from original dormant follicles.
  3. In front of my receded hairline. I have think terminal hairs growing 1/2 inch infront of my current hairline. Unfortunately these are sporadic and number in the 10s, not 100s or 1,000s. But this is very interesting to me since this was some of the hair I lost when I was in my teens (>25 years ago)

I am being brutally honest here (I have no reason to lie), and hope that the information is taken that way.

GC.


#13

» “Great deceptive lighting and combing techniques.”—Widow’s Peak
»
»
» Well, your credibility has just been shot all to hell for me. His regrowth
» pics are much more honest than are yours…MUCH MUCH MUCH more
» honest. They are clear, not from some dishonest angle, and clearly show
» the BEFORE AND AFTER.
»
»
» I dont want to burst anyone’s bubble completely, and if you dont want to
» use shampoo and just clean your hair with witch hazel and water, thats one
» thing. But to deny that finasteride/dutasteride/topical
» spironolactone/topical ketoconazole/topical minoxidil/topical pirocotone
» olamine/topical copper peptides dont help is like saying water isn’t wet.
» There are third party scientific studies of all of them demonstrating
» efficacy.
»
»
» If GC was using a skin-remodeller (prox-N) along with some topical spiro
» in addition to the topical keto/dutas/minox, he’d probably have even more
» regrowth----and he has definite regrowth.
»
»
»
» I, like Hangin-in-there, will also be glad when the 15th has come and
» gone. These forums used to be real hotbeds of new discoveries in hair
» genetics, but they are turning into places where folks just argue for the
» sake of arguing over no-brainer points.

I have been using topical spiro for a month or so as part of my new revitalised protocol; topical spiro should indeed help.


#14

» » » As you can see the flash makes a huge difference; as long as I stick
» to
» » » the dark rooms I am pretty good though:D
» »
» » Great deceptive lighting and combing techniques.
»
» if gc used shampoo surely he would have been more bald by now, or wait,
» maybe using shampoo making guys go bald is bullshit
»
» gc pics makes Lawrence Cutslinger regrowth pics look like a joke, and this
» only took three years…not TEN…and then Lawrence
» says he has plenty of regrowth but the camera cant yet see any of
» it…
»
» apparently the camera has no trouble seeing gc’s regrowth
»
» sad that widows is so jealous he is sobbing in the corner
» he only wishes that his hair looked half as good

To be accurate, most of my regrowth happened in the first 5 months; it started within 2 months.

The key for me is that what I regrew has not been lost in that time and in fact I think I am seeing new growth now with my expanded protocol.


#15

» » Hey gc, it looks like you actually have more growth in the front than
» the
» » crown, am I correct?
»
» Good observation IPOD; here is the full story.
»
» I had early hair transplants (age 19 in 1980) and again in the mid-late
» 90s; the first ones were horrible plugs in London, the later ones better
» in the US (I still have the scars).
»
» The before pics posted on this thread were taken in Jan’04; 6-7 years
» after my final transplant, and at the time I started focusing on herbal,
» drug and topical options.
»
» I have seen regrowth in 3 areas;
» 1. My crown, where I had no transplants; everything you see is pure
» regrowth on a totally bald area
» 2. The frontal section, where I had transplants; I grew a lot of hair here
» and I don’t know whether this was activating transplanted hairs that never
» grew after surgery or whether it was from original dormant follicles.
» 3. In front of my receded hairline. I have think terminal hairs growing
» 1/2 inch infront of my current hairline. Unfortunately these are sporadic
» and number in the 10s, not 100s or 1,000s. But this is very interesting to
» me since this was some of the hair I lost when I was in my teens (>25 years
» ago)
»
» I am being brutally honest here (I have no reason to lie), and hope that
» the information is taken that way.
»
» GC.

Im still confused on your topical you use now
what is in it and how long do you leave it on, you listed in one of your posts to me a ton of stuff you are on, for example nettles, is this internal or topical,grape seed extract I assume is topical

I think I have my internals well covered, also a super hair vitamin I am on, if you are not on Maxi Hair or Ultra Hair you should try them, also MSM and horsetail
the maxi hair has 2000mcg timed released biotin which i have found makes a huge difference, you cannot buy Biotin separately in a timed released form

what all is in your topical, do you just mix it all together or apply it separately and how long do you leave it on, Thanks gc


#16

Wow, definitely one of the better ones I have seen without surgery. How old are you? You in your 20s, 30s, 40s? I think people respond better if they are younger.


#17

» Wow, definitely one of the better ones I have seen without surgery. How old
» are you? You in your 20s, 30s, 40s? I think people respond better if they
» are younger.

  1. I started the fight when I was 42.5.

#18

» » Wow, definitely one of the better ones I have seen without surgery. How
» old
» » are you? You in your 20s, 30s, 40s? I think people respond better if
» they
» » are younger.
»
» 46. I started the fight when I was 42.5.

Nice mate. It will be good when Neosils product comes out, I reckon you’ll get most your hair back considering what you’ve achieved with your current regimen. You may even be able to stop using some of the other products.

BTW, what is you full regimen and how much are you spending a month?

Thanks


#19

» » » Wow, definitely one of the better ones I have seen without surgery.
» How
» » old
» » » are you? You in your 20s, 30s, 40s? I think people respond better if
» » they
» » » are younger.
» »
» » 46. I started the fight when I was 42.5.
»
» Nice mate. It will be good when Neosils product comes out, I reckon you’ll
» get most your hair back considering what you’ve achieved with your current
» regimen. You may even be able to stop using some of the other products.
»
» BTW, what is you full regimen and how much are you spending a month?
»
» Thanks

when should neosils product come out?


#20

» » » Wow, definitely one of the better ones I have seen without surgery.
» How
» » old
» » » are you? You in your 20s, 30s, 40s? I think people respond better if
» » they
» » » are younger.
» »
» » 46. I started the fight when I was 42.5.
»
» Nice mate. It will be good when Neosils product comes out, I reckon you’ll
» get most your hair back considering what you’ve achieved with your current
» regimen. You may even be able to stop using some of the other products.
»
» BTW, what is you full regimen and how much are you spending a month?
»
» Thanks

My protocol is off the charts in terms of the stuff I am taking; I don’t need to do this to maintain the hair I have grown back, which has remained stable for 3 years, but because I am trying to hit the problem from many new directions that my research has uncovered.

I will providse an update as soon as I determine whether my new thinking is working; no later than end Sept. Sorry, but I want to give the new stuff a few months to determine effectiveness.

I advocate the following base protocol for everyone - my new protocol is much broader as I believe IGF-1 is also key;

  • 5% minox
  • generic finsateride
  • Nizoral shampoo (2%)
  • Anti-Estrogen (generic Arimidex, or some herbal combo - i am reseraching DIm and others)

GC.