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ICX-SKN is the only good product so far


#1

After analysing the 4 products from ICX, you notice that the only promising product is ICX-SKN.

ICX-PRO isn’t that good and that’s why the DSMB wanted to add more people in the trial. 80% of subjects showed a measurable reduction in wound size. In addition, 41% of subjects with baseline wounds of up to 20 square cm in size achieved complete wound closure during the study period. It worked for only 41%.

ICX-TRC is a real flop : No consistency, phase II worst than phase I, no good numbers.

ICX-RHY will be a real flop also because it’s the same thing as Isolagen. They won’t be able to get consistency.

ICX-SKN worked well so far but is very easy to close a small wound. W’ll see with bigger wounds. It’s their only product that worked for 100% of the people

Sorry to tell ya guys, HM is a pipe dream…:frowning:


#2

You might be right on ICX-PRO, but the other products aren’t as bad you make them out to be…

» ICX-TRC is a real flop : No consistency, phase II worst than phase I, no
» good numbers.

Sure, there are consistency issues. But hair growth WAS indeed achieved after epidermal stimulation plus injection. And the numbers are quite good after only 1 injection and 6/12 weeks. Plus keep in mind hairs are in anagen/telogen/etc phases. Perhaps the numbers aren’t indicative of success that would be achieved after 12 months?

» ICX-RHY will be a real flop also because it’s the same thing as Isolagen.
» They won’t be able to get consistency.

It isn’t the same thing as Isolagen. ICX-RHY is much, much cheaper b/c it uses cultured fibroblasts that are NOT your own. Isolagen was way too expensive b/c it cultured your own cells.

» ICX-SKN worked well so far but is very easy to close a small wound. W’ll
» see with bigger wounds. It’s their only product that worked for 100% of
» the people

Biggest success, so far. A major breakthrough in regenerative medicine.


#3

[Sure, there are consistency issues. But hair growth WAS indeed achieved after epidermal stimulation plus injection. And the numbers are quite good after only 1 injection and 6/12 weeks. Plus keep in mind hairs are in anagen/telogen/etc phases. Perhaps the numbers aren’t indicative of success that would be achieved after 12 months/i]

Exactly…

Wow, ALL OF THE INITIAL COHORT GREW MORE ------PERMANENT------HAIR and
now we have people complaining that 100-percent increases of new PERMANENT hair is no better than minoxidil.

MEMO----they didn’t shoot up people’s heads as much as they could have, the people were not taking finasteride (which of course would help), they didn’t wait all that long before testing for results (hair development might be better in a few more months), they are still looking for the best cultivation and injection protocol and this was the very first few people they have injected to test.
DO you think a new shampoo or new hairloss topical only gets tested on a handful of people for a few weeks just once before making a product? Nope, many many people are studies for a good long while while it is refined for maxiumum potency.

Even if this turned out to be the best they could do at the top end (which is profoundly unlikely), doubling the hair in any given area would allow you to transplant some of the new PERMANENT hair that was made to places you didn’t have it would it not?

I have been preaching it from the start also…keep using finasteride and keep using peptides on your head while we wait for HM. Emu oil and nizoral might also help. You want your scalp in the best condition possible to encourage head hair growth when its available to us. A scalp with liver spots, fibrrosis, and alot of collagen deposition (shiny bald) will make it a challenge for the new hairs to form.

This test result isn’t the “whammy” we were looking for, but EVERYONE grew new PERMANENT-hair derived from DHT-resistant cells. More rounds in the same men a year from not might result in MORE hair on the same men also.