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#1

Sorry if it has been shown here before, but I can’t remember

http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/stemcells.shtml

" … Some types of injury or irritation can activate regenerative processes. A dermatology journal described the case of an old man who had been bald for many years who fell head-first into his fireplace. As his burned scalp healed, new hair grew … "

Don’t try this at home :slight_smile:


#2

lol


#3

And grew absolutely nothing but scars.

Should I advise him to consider a fireplace accident?


#4

» Sorry if it has been shown here before, but I can’t remember
»
» http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/stemcells.shtml
»
» " … Some types of injury or irritation can activate regenerative
» processes. A dermatology journal described the case of an old man who had
» been bald for many years who fell head-first into his fireplace. As his
» burned scalp healed, new hair grew … "
»
» Don’t try this at home :slight_smile:
Hm, interesting. It reminds me about the kid I know of, who also injured his head but with burned oil, and after the scars went away: full head of hair.
Does it say anything about the density on the new hair, or just that some new hair growth was observed? That is what I am very worried about in the Follica procedure: consistency and density. Many guys at home have seen that new hair growth does occur, but the regrowth is not cosmetically significant. So that worries me a bit :S


#5

There are lot of burn victims who have no hair but scars. I really dont feel trying it myself :slight_smile:

» » Sorry if it has been shown here before, but I can’t remember
» »
» » http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/stemcells.shtml
» »
» » " … Some types of injury or irritation can activate regenerative
» » processes. A dermatology journal described the case of an old man who
» had
» » been bald for many years who fell head-first into his fireplace. As his
» » burned scalp healed, new hair grew … "
» »
» » Don’t try this at home :slight_smile:
» Hm, interesting. It reminds me about the kid I know of, who also injured
» his head but with burned oil, and after the scars went away: full head of
» hair.
» Does it say anything about the density on the new hair, or just that some
» new hair growth was observed? That is what I am very worried about in the
» Follica procedure: consistency and density. Many guys at home have seen
» that new hair growth does occur, but the regrowth is not cosmetically
» significant. So that worries me a bit :S


#6

» Should I advise him to consider a fireplace accident?

Only if he wants a full head of hair, does he care ? :wink:


#7

» » Should I advise him to consider a fireplace accident?
»
» Only if he wants a full head of hair, does he care ? :wink:

He’s an old man. But I’m pretty damn sure he would love to die with hair.


#8

» » » Should I advise him to consider a fireplace accident?
» »
» » Only if he wants a full head of hair, does he care ? :wink:
»
» He’s an old man. But I’m pretty damn sure he would love to die with hair.

With a full head of hair, he definately did nail some few hot chicks before he died :stuck_out_tongue:


#9

» » » » Should I advise him to consider a fireplace accident?
» » »
» » » Only if he wants a full head of hair, does he care ? :wink:
» »
» » He’s an old man. But I’m pretty damn sure he would love to die with
» hair.
»
» With a full head of hair, he definately did nail some few hot chicks
» before he died :stuck_out_tongue:

I doubt its about chicks … its more that he hoped all his life.


#10

» Sorry if it has been shown here before, but I can’t remember
»
» http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/stemcells.shtml
»
» " … Some types of injury or irritation can activate regenerative
» processes. A dermatology journal described the case of an old man who had
» been bald for many years who fell head-first into his fireplace. As his
» burned scalp healed, new hair grew … "
»
» Don’t try this at home :slight_smile:

I was reading an article by Dr. Pickart (inventor of Copper Peptides) and in the article he mentioned that it is common for doctors to view hairgrowth at the site of a burn wound as a sign of Good healing! The reason being that the stem cells that are used to repair the skin come from bulge area of the follicle.


#11

After a deep skin burn, if a doctor apply something, now i don’t know exactely what, but something like cells, there is a regrowth of hairs.
I say this because one year ago i had read an article in a paper, where the doctor speak about the technique and the results. He said that he wasn’t with the intention of regrowth hairs, but they grow new the same on the bald patient with deep and serious burns… he said hair like a side effect…

It’s not a story… it’s true… if i try the article i post here (i’m from italy, the doctor too)