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Nizoral Photographs........five months, used every day, five minutes


#1

There is a guy who has put some regrowth pictures of a thinning crown who used nizoral shampoo for five minutes every day in the Success Stories forum over there.

Its pretty impressive to see just a shampoo alone do that in only five months.

BTW---------there are some very good regrowth photos in the Success Story forum over there, particularily the SEFreak’s success story. He went from going bald in the back to a “no-hairloss” situation up there. His hair at 32 months is movie-star quality. Very impressive. He’s on the big 3 + T-Sal and the scalp excercise.


#2

Thanks for sharing Benji. Very impressive, particularly Se-Freak’s progress.
His case should be all over the media.

What are your thoughts on using nizoral 2% everyday Benji

» There is a guy at hairlossBalk who has put some regrowth pictures of a
» thinning crown who used nizoral shampoo for five minutes every day in the
» Success Stories forum over there.
»
»
» Its pretty impressive to see just a shampoo alone do that in only five
» months.
»
»
» You will have to type this link out and substitute the h for the uppercase
» “B”, but this “would” be the link if I were allowed to post it here:
» http://www.hairlossBalk.com/interact/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=46096
»
»
»
» BTW---------there are some very good regrowth photos in the Success Story
» forum over there, particularily the SEFreak’s success story. He went from
» going bald in the back to a “no-hairloss” situation up there. His hair at
» 32 months is movie-star quality. Very impressive. He’s on the big 3 + T-Sal
» and the scalp excercise.


#3

» » You will have to type this link out and substitute the h for the
» uppercase
» » “B”, but this “would” be the link if I were allowed to post it here:
» » http://www.hairlossBalk.com/interact/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=46096

Its utterly preposterous that we can’t post links to other forums. What’s he afraid of? That all 12 active posters here will jump ship?

Is there any risk in using it daily? The recommended dosage is 3x/week.


#4

» Its utterly preposterous that we can’t post links to other forums. What’s
» he afraid of? That all 12 active posters here will jump ship?
I agree, what’s the deal?

» Is there any risk in using it daily? The recommended dosage is 3x/week.
I have the same question. I thought 2x/week was max (Every 3 days to be exact).


#5

One has to substitute the “B” with a “t”… Besides that, as usual, the pictures show different hair lengths/styles and are taken in different environments/with different contrasts, so it is questionable if there is any progress - I doubt it; since - in opposite to a ket-lotion - with the shampoo no significant amount of ket will accumulate in the scalp over time - it will work for the five minutes and afterwards it is gone.


#6

» One has to substitute the “B” with a “t”… Besides that, as usual, the
» pictures show different hair lengths/styles and are taken in different
» environments/with different contrasts, so it is questionable if there is
» any progress - I doubt it; since - in opposite to a ket-lotion - with the
» shampoo no significant amount of ket will accumulate in the scalp over time
» - it will work for the five minutes and afterwards it is gone.

Nazca, If that was the case…then Nizoral wouldn’t even work for dandruff. The keto is formulated to PENETRATE the scalp. Ketoconazole has been found in the dermis at “therapeutic concentration” a week after using nizoral according to their website.

Nizoral’s instructions are to wash, rinse, repeat. Most dandruff shampoos tell you wash and leave in for “several minutes” (like T-Gel and T-Sal for instance).

Nizoral probably only needs to be used 2 to 3 times a week, but guys would almost certainly see much more benefit if they would leave the suds in for a good 3 minutes or so, allowing the ketoconazole to penetrate. Your scalp is much more permeable when warm and moist, allowing the shampoo formulation to get the active ingredient through the skin.

I thought the pic showed very obvious thickening of the crown. You could easily see his scalp before. It looked about like what I’d expect from 5% minox.

There is a study that compared nizoral shampoo FAVORABLY to minox http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-49889-page-0-category-5-order-last_answer.html I wonder if the guys in the study had left the nizoral in for several minutes would have seen an even -greater- benefit?

For a guy who didn’t want to fool with a topical or an internal, just rotating nizoral and NANO shampoo would probably help him hold the line up there for a long while.


#7

» » One has to substitute the “B” with a “t”… Besides that, as usual, the
» » pictures show different hair lengths/styles and are taken in different
» » environments/with different contrasts, so it is questionable if there
» is
» » any progress - I doubt it; since - in opposite to a ket-lotion - with
» the
» » shampoo no significant amount of ket will accumulate in the scalp over
» time
» » - it will work for the five minutes and afterwards it is gone.
»
»
»
» Nazca, If that was the case…then Nizoral wouldn’t even
» work for dandruff. The keto is formulated to PENETRATE the scalp.
» Ketoconazole has been found in the dermis at “therapeutic concentration” a
» week after using nizoral according to their website.
»
» Nizoral’s instructions are to wash, rinse, repeat. Most dandruff shampoos
» tell you wash and leave in for “several minutes” (like T-Gel and T-Sal for
» instance).
»
»
» Nizoral probably only needs to be used 2 to 3 times a week, but guys would
» almost certainly see much more benefit if they would leave the suds in for
» a good 3 minutes or so, allowing the ketoconazole to penetrate. Your scalp
» is much more permeable when warm and moist, allowing the shampoo
» formulation to get the active ingredient through the skin.
»
»
» I thought the pic showed very obvious thickening of the crown. You could
» easily see his scalp before. It looked about like what I’d expect from 5%
» minox.
»
»
»
» There is a study that compared nizoral shampoo FAVORABLY to minox
» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-49889-page-0-category-5-order-last_answer.html
» I wonder if the guys in the study had left the nizoral in for several
» minutes would have seen an even -greater- benefit?
»
»
» For a guy who didn’t want to fool with a topical or an internal, just
» rotating nizoral and NANO shampoo would probably help him hold the line up
» there for a long while.

Is there any place to get Nizoral Cream (ketokonzole) without a prescription. I use the shampoo but I’m hesitant to use it every day because I’ve heard it’s pretty harsh on your head.


#8

http://www.pharmcom.com/buy_nizoral_cream_online.html

http://www.prescriptiongiant.com/nizoral-ketoconazole-generic-cream-60gm-p-2445.html

» » » One has to substitute the “B” with a “t”… Besides that, as usual,
» the
» » » pictures show different hair lengths/styles and are taken in
» different
» » » environments/with different contrasts, so it is questionable if there
» » is
» » » any progress - I doubt it; since - in opposite to a ket-lotion - with
» » the
» » » shampoo no significant amount of ket will accumulate in the scalp
» over
» » time
» » » - it will work for the five minutes and afterwards it is gone.
» »
» »
» »
» » Nazca, If that was the case…then Nizoral wouldn’t even
» » work for dandruff. The keto is formulated to PENETRATE the scalp.
» » Ketoconazole has been found in the dermis at “therapeutic concentration”
» a
» » week after using nizoral according to their website.
» »
» » Nizoral’s instructions are to wash, rinse, repeat. Most dandruff
» shampoos
» » tell you wash and leave in for “several minutes” (like T-Gel and T-Sal
» for
» » instance).
» »
» »
» » Nizoral probably only needs to be used 2 to 3 times a week, but guys
» would
» » almost certainly see much more benefit if they would leave the suds in
» for
» » a good 3 minutes or so, allowing the ketoconazole to penetrate. Your
» scalp
» » is much more permeable when warm and moist, allowing the shampoo
» » formulation to get the active ingredient through the skin.
» »
» »
» » I thought the pic showed very obvious thickening of the crown. You
» could
» » easily see his scalp before. It looked about like what I’d expect from
» 5%
» » minox.
» »
» »
» »
» » There is a study that compared nizoral shampoo FAVORABLY to minox
» »
» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-49889-page-0-category-5-order-last_answer.html
» » I wonder if the guys in the study had left the nizoral in for several
» » minutes would have seen an even -greater- benefit?
» »
» »
» » For a guy who didn’t want to fool with a topical or an internal, just
» » rotating nizoral and NANO shampoo would probably help him hold the line
» up
» » there for a long while.
»
»
» Is there any place to get Nizoral Cream (ketokonzole) without a
» prescription. I use the shampoo but I’m hesitant to use it every day
» because I’ve heard it’s pretty harsh on your head.


#9

From a patent writing I have following data on ket amounts in human skin (in vitro) after 24h contact:

Average of 12 samples:

  1. Nizoral Creme 2%
    Stratum Corneum: 0.45 µg/cm2
    Skin : 1.95 µg/cm2

  2. Nizoral Shampoo 2%
    Stratum Corneum: null
    Skin : null

  3. Ketoconazole Topical (2% Ketoconazole, 55% Isopropyl Alcohol, 35% Water, 10% Polyethoxylated Glycerol Cocoate)
    Stratum Corneum: 1.60 µg/cm2
    Skin : 7.13 µg/cm2

A ket lotion should be more effective; for results look @ http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-25116-page-0-category-0-order-last_answer.html


#10

Nizoral Cream: no script needed, good prices and service @inhousepharmacy.com

If you still want to shop around I recommend: drugbuyers.com.