» I don’t believe that the company is creating new hairs - this would cause
» too many complications - clumping, distorted look, directional problems -
» they wouldn’t be able to hit the market any time soon without solving
» these issues.
How do you know creating new hairs would cause all those complications? Are you an HM researcher? Or just much more informed than the rest of us?
Also, did you notice that the original poster (JoeBobBriggs) stated that the Intercytex guy told him there ARE directional problems with the hairs? And that’s why they want people to get HT at the hairline? Obviously they’ve observed that the directional issues are not a problem at the crown. It only becomes a problem where hairy skin meets hairless skin – at the hairline – because that’s where you really see the directional problems.
So, following from that, by your very own logic, they probably ARE creating new hairs, because there are directional “problems”.
» Additionally, special care would be needed with each
» injection due to placing and such; adding time to the procedure – this
» would be contrary to their statements regarding the speed of the
Again, how do you know all this? Are you just guessing, or do you have some insider information that “special care would be needed”? How do you draw a connection between creating new hairs, and the procedure taking more time? Are you just speculating or do you know something the rest of us don’t?
» I think the hairline is a problem due to the fact that the skin is
» naturally absorbent; meaning with each injection, the solution caring the
» cells will spread (diffuse) given a small radius.
So you think the skin is more “naturally absorbent” at the hairline than on other parts of the scalp? How do you know this? Is it something you just think, or did you read it somewhere? What makes you think skin on one part of the scalp is any more absorbent than skin on another part of the scalp? And what do you mean by “absorbent”? What’s the connection between the skin being “absorbent” and the solution spreading like you described?
Do you know something about the characteristics of the scalp and the scalp skin that the rest of us don’t, or are you just speculating?
» This could cause a wavelike hairline and may even promote hair from sprouting out places it shouldn’t.
How do you know this?