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#1

Some pics at the bottom of the page

http://www.life300.com/view.asp?newsid=167
http://www.life300.com/index.htm


#2

» Some pics at the bottom of the page
»
» http://www.life300.com/view.asp?newsid=167
» http://www.life300.com/index.htm

seems to be cool, but this is true?

the bald head seems to be “full” of hair after the regenerative medicine applied, even if the after picture is 20 day later and not six months later

this should means that after many months the head could looks better


#3

» Some pics at the bottom of the page
»
» http://www.life300.com/view.asp?newsid=167
» http://www.life300.com/index.htm

Honest pictures are always taken at same angles and distance, and same (bright) lighting.

Honest pictures don’t color the scalp :expressionless:

But interesting find mell, thanks for sharing.


#4

» Some pics at the bottom of the page
»
» http://www.life300.com/view.asp?newsid=167
» http://www.life300.com/index.htm

I really want to believe it…but I don’t. Something about this site just doesn’t seem right.


#5

» » Some pics at the bottom of the page
» »
» » http://www.life300.com/view.asp?newsid=167
» » http://www.life300.com/index.htm
»
» I really want to believe it…but I don’t. Something about this site just
» doesn’t seem right.

It’s because the site is horribly written. It’s really too bad, as it obfuscates, and to some degree even discredits the underlying research, which might in itself be sound.

A quick search for the ingredient they use (HF-MEBO media) turned up some research made by/at “The institute of Beijing Rongxiang Regenerative Medicine, China”.

Be prepared for some pretty horrible pictures if you google it, though the results - if legitimate - are absolutely incredible in terms of what it can do to very severe skinburns (up to 98% of the body with full recovery).

There’s a lot of talk surrounding chinese research - and rightfully so - but I remain optimistic, and don’t see any reason to, or have any interest in, trying to pick it apart at this moment, because it’s just one part of the bigger picture/“movement”, and it adds to the sum total of what we can learn about regenerative medicine.
The more companies that jump in, and the more trials that take off - even if they fail - can say something vital, which is why I’ve never understood the glee some people here take when a company they don’t like crashes and burns in their trials.

Mistakes are super-valuable.

This site though, is another story; especially if they’re selling something. I’m suspicious at the results if applied directly onto the skin… even the bunny-experiment cited and showed had the compound applied to a wound/raw skin, which makes sense, as that’s when regenerative effects usually take place.

Basically, the magic is in the skin, and I think in most of these cases, we’ve seen real potential (or supposed potential) in experiments that damage the skin, as the outer layer of the skin is just armor basically. On the other hand, part of the spray/solution could be a good irritant or something. Who knows.

Interesting find, thanks for posting.


#6

I saw some posts about this on a couple of ther sites recently, one guy on HLH said he was buying some to try, so if there is anything to it we’ll see soon enough if the people posting were telling the truth.


#7

Good find, but

After 20 days, the new hair follicles were regenerated and there was 1-2cm long hair on the head.”

Very fast indeed…

Regards,

LL.


#8

» » » Some pics at the bottom of the page
» » »
» » » http://www.life300.com/view.asp?newsid=167
» » » http://www.life300.com/index.htm
» »
» » I really want to believe it…but I don’t. Something about this site
» just
» » doesn’t seem right.
»
» It’s because the site is horribly written. It’s really too bad, as it
» obfuscates, and to some degree even discredits the underlying research,
» which might in itself be sound.
»
» A quick search for the ingredient they use (HF-MEBO media) turned up some
» research made by/at “The institute of Beijing Rongxiang Regenerative
» Medicine, China”.
»
» Be prepared for some pretty horrible pictures if you google it, though the
» results - if legitimate - are absolutely incredible in terms of what it can
» do to very severe skinburns (up to 98% of the body with full recovery).
»
» There’s a lot of talk surrounding chinese research - and rightfully so -
» but I remain optimistic, and don’t see any reason to, or have any interest
» in, trying to pick it apart at this moment, because it’s just one part of
» the bigger picture/“movement”, and it adds to the sum total of what we can
» learn about regenerative medicine.
» The more companies that jump in, and the more trials that take off - even
» if they fail - can say something vital, which is why I’ve never understood
» the glee some people here take when a company they don’t like crashes and
» burns in their trials.
»
» Mistakes are super-valuable.
»
» This site though, is another story; especially if they’re selling
» something. I’m suspicious at the results if applied directly onto the
» skin… even the bunny-experiment cited and showed had the compound applied
» to a wound/raw skin, which makes sense, as that’s when regenerative effects
» usually take place.
»
» Basically, the magic is in the skin, and I think in most of these cases,
» we’ve seen real potential (or supposed potential) in experiments that
» damage the skin, as the outer layer of the skin is just armor basically. On
» the other hand, part of the spray/solution could be a good irritant or
» something. Who knows.
»
» Interesting find, thanks for posting.

Yeh, everything sounds good and dandy. But leave all that aside for one moment. Look at the photos. The after photo was tampered with using photoshop. The dark spray marks were suspicius to me earlier, as mentioned in my previous post, but I confirmed it with someone that’s a pro with photoshop. I’m sure some of you guys use photoshop… you know what this is.

Any company that attempts to decieve people through bullshyt photos is a scam and scumbag of a company.


#9

which the problem in terms confidence in this new product? we have that to search more on this new study. all in them so we are vitiated to aderans, intercytex, histogen… that we do not look new alternatives. somebody could here try more information on this product? if really this new (treatment) can make to be born as many new hair as we are seeing in the photos, would be wonderful and the start of the real cure of calvicie.


#10

I’m not convinced the photos were 'shopped. Possibly but possibly not.

The skin tone of the scalp was already kind of uneven looking in the before shot. The lighting was clearly different, which is bad for legit comparisons but it might explain the tone difference. And the individual hairs in the after shot look pretty thick in relation to their sparse total coverage. It reminds me of a thin-density transplant. A sudden reversal of the balding process might indeed produce something like that in the first few weeks if it really worked like that.

But in the big picture those two photos aren’t worth anything. The before pic is zoomed in so close that it does not tell us anything. They could have razored some guy’s head bald in the before pic and then just let it grow out for 20 days. We wouldn’t be able to tell the difference.


#11

ok…then says I, which its opinion? he can more clearly be? he believes? he does not believe?


#12

» I’m not convinced the photos were 'shopped. Possibly but possibly not.
»
» The skin tone of the scalp was already kind of uneven looking in the
» before shot. The lighting was clearly different, which is bad for legit
» comparisons but it might explain the tone difference. And the individual
» hairs in the after shot look pretty thick in relation to their sparse total
» coverage. It reminds me of a thin-density transplant. A sudden reversal
» of the balding process might indeed produce something like that in the
» first few weeks if it really worked like that.
»
»
» But in the big picture those two photos aren’t worth anything. The before
» pic is zoomed in so close that it does not tell us anything. They could
» have razored some guy’s head bald in the before pic and then just let it
» grow out for 20 days. We wouldn’t be able to tell the difference.

Spot on Cal when I shave my head especially the bit at front of my head which as less hair.When shaved theres no evidence of hair,but if I leave it a day or two theres hair there.


#13

“Science Department, MEBO
F31, Building A, the Spaces International Center,
No.8,Dongdaqiao Street,
Chaoyang District,
Beijing 100020, China”

That’s all I needed to see.


#14

» “Science Department, MEBO
» F31, Building A, the Spaces International Center,
» No.8,Dongdaqiao Street,
» Chaoyang District,
» Beijing 100020, China”
»
» That’s all I needed to see.

Everything and everyone from China is likely a sca_a_m. Speaking of sc_a_ms, I’m sittting here watching this annyoying Douchebag on T.V., Dr. Ho - infomercials. I can’t stand this dude. Comes out with a cure or device for everything every week. And you have dumbasses actually ordering this creep’s stuff. Just like you have morons thinking China products will get better…haha. *ahem, Dr. Gho :slight_smile:

I’m goin to hell. Sorry if you’re Chinese. Nuttin personal. Not your fault China’s products’ main ingredient is 99% BS.


#15

» Everything and everyone from China is likely a sca_a_m. Speaking of
» sc_a_ms, I’m sittting here watching this annyoying Douchebag on T.V., Dr.
» Ho - infomercials. I can’t stand this dude. Comes out with a cure or
» device for everything every week. And you have dumbasses actually ordering
» this creep’s stuff. Just like you have morons thinking China products will
» get better…haha. *ahem, Dr. Gho :slight_smile:
»
» I’m goin to hell. Sorry if you’re Chinese. Nuttin personal. Not your fault
» China’s products’ main ingredient is 99% BS.

Yeah, everything from China’s garbage, and all Chinese people cannot be trusted.
I heard about it on my Chinese made flatscreen while I was sitting in my Chinese made chair drinking coffee from my Chinese made mug. Afterwards, I came to hairsite so I could discuss my xenophobia using my Chinese made laptop connected to my Chinese made router.


#16

» » Everything and everyone from China is likely a sca_a_m. Speaking of
» » sc_a_ms, I’m sittting here watching this annyoying Douchebag on T.V.,
» Dr.
» » Ho - infomercials. I can’t stand this dude. Comes out with a cure or
» » device for everything every week. And you have dumbasses actually
» ordering
» » this creep’s stuff. Just like you have morons thinking China products
» will
» » get better…haha. *ahem, Dr. Gho :slight_smile:
» »
» » I’m goin to hell. Sorry if you’re Chinese. Nuttin personal. Not your
» fault
» » China’s products’ main ingredient is 99% BS.
»
» Yeah, everything from China’s garbage, and all Chinese people cannot be
» trusted.
» I heard about it on my Chinese made flatscreen while I was sitting in my
» Chinese made chair drinking coffee from my Chinese made mug. Afterwards, I
» came to hairsite so I could discuss my xenophobia using my Chinese made
» laptop connected to my Chinese made router.

Guys… China in next years will become a lot more rich and modern of USA. So, the problem of china is a huge grow up, and when this happen there are good things, and bad things… nobody can check all about what happen in a country, so… not for sure all the news from china are a fake or a s cam…


#17

» » Everything and everyone from China is likely a sca_a_m. Speaking of
» » sc_a_ms, I’m sittting here watching this annyoying Douchebag on T.V.,
» Dr.
» » Ho - infomercials. I can’t stand this dude. Comes out with a cure or
» » device for everything every week. And you have dumbasses actually
» ordering
» » this creep’s stuff. Just like you have morons thinking China products
» will
» » get better…haha. *ahem, Dr. Gho :slight_smile:
» »
» » I’m goin to hell. Sorry if you’re Chinese. Nuttin personal. Not your
» fault
» » China’s products’ main ingredient is 99% BS.
»
» Yeah, everything from China’s garbage, and all Chinese people cannot be
» trusted.
» I heard about it on my Chinese made flatscreen while I was sitting in my
» Chinese made chair drinking coffee from my Chinese made mug. Afterwards, I
» came to hairsite so I could discuss my xenophobia using my Chinese made
» laptop connected to my Chinese made router.

Heh, to be fair, Chinese manufacturing? Up to par. Chinese R&D? Still third world.
This is actually one of the central reasons that China has to peg its currency to the American dollar. Until Chinese products become competitive on the world scale, they have to maintain their current trade surplus.

I wouldn’t say EVERYTHING from China is a sca*, but if the chances of an American hair loss product being a sca* is 50%, the chance of a Chinese product being a sca* is almost double that… so like 99%.


#18

» Heh, to be fair, Chinese manufacturing? Up to par. Chinese R&D? Still
» third world.
» This is actually one of the central reasons that China has to peg its
» currency to the American dollar. Until Chinese products become competitive
» on the world scale, they have to maintain their current trade surplus.
»
» I wouldn’t say EVERYTHING from China is a sca*, but if the chances of an
» American hair loss product being a sca* is 50%, the chance of a Chinese
» product being a sca* is almost double that… so like 99%.

Nuanced distinctions are too much for Revtard to handle.


#19

» » Everything and everyone from China is likely a sca_a_m. Speaking of
» » sc_a_ms, I’m sittting here watching this annyoying Douchebag on T.V.,
» Dr.
» » Ho - infomercials. I can’t stand this dude. Comes out with a cure or
» » device for everything every week. And you have dumbasses actually
» ordering
» » this creep’s stuff. Just like you have morons thinking China products
» will
» » get better…haha. *ahem, Dr. Gho :slight_smile:
» »
» » I’m goin to hell. Sorry if you’re Chinese. Nuttin personal. Not your
» fault
» » China’s products’ main ingredient is 99% BS.
»
» Yeah, everything from China’s garbage, and all Chinese people cannot be
» trusted.
» I heard about it on my Chinese made flatscreen while I was sitting in my
» Chinese made chair drinking coffee from my Chinese made mug. Afterwards, I
» came to hairsite so I could discuss my xenophobia using my Chinese made
» laptop connected to my Chinese made router.

Like I said “And you have dumbasses actually ordering this stuff. Just like you have morons thinking China products will get better”. I rest my case :rotfl:


#20

i don’t have much faith in this product but China in general is nothing to dismiss.

China is not following the 20th century’s pattern of advancing in orderly marches. They’ve got people and industries operating like the 1800s, 1900s, and 2000s all at once.

It’s still the wild west over there in terms of phony product claims but that doesn’t mean something revolutionary couldn’t also come out of it.