» Can you please stop bashing the people experimenting with your useless
» negative posts? I don’t care and neither does anyone else if you think this
» won’t work. All you seem to do is put down people trying new ideas…why do
» you care?
» I normally wouldn’t give a sh*t , but I’m actually INTERESTED in what
» these guys are trying and don’t care about people’s useless negativity.
i don’t mean to offend anybody, and please take note that other people here have been more negative than me.
i’m just saying that i am a bit skeptical about this wounding business, for the simple reason:
how many times have you seen a human being sustain a wound?
big wounds, small wounds, cuts, gashes, gaping holes in the skin anywhere on the body, head wounds, etc.
now, think about it: out of all those wounds you’ve seen, how many have healed and then sprouted a significant amount of hair???
i think when a wound heals and sprouts hair on top of the healed area (assuming there’s not a significant amount of scar tissue, which is very likely), that is a FLUKE, and simply not the norm.
it being a fluke, a very rare occurrence, doesn’t bode too well for this thing, i think…
even when a person gets dermabrasion, think about it – how many times does new hair sprout?
let’s see how many of these guys who dermabrade their scalps actually grow new hair.
i’m not totally skeptical about it, i think it might be the basis for some real developments. i just think it’s not as much of a “slam dunk” as a lot of people here think.