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Stem cell hair restoration photo results - Dr. Cole vs Histogen vs Replicel


#1

This is not a scientific comparison by any means but I thought it would be interesting to compare the photo results of 3 stem cell or cell based hair treatments that are presently in the pipelines.

These photos are available to the public and can be found on the respective company/clinic’s website.

  1. Histogen HSC Hair Stimulating Complex (www.histogen.com)

  1. RepliCel RCH-01 (www.replicel.com)


  1. Dr. Cole’s Stem Cell Hair Follicles Injection (www.forhair.com)

2 months following follicle stem cells injection at Dr. Cole’s clinic


SURVEY QUESTION:

Who do you think has the most encouraging trial results based on these photos?

Pick one

  • Histogen
  • RepliCel
  • Dr. Cole

0 voters


Hairsite, could U get Replicel CEO Buckley to do a short interview or come discuss a few things with us?
#2

I voted for Cole but if it was indeed an alopecia areata trial patient, then I will take my vote back.


#3

I don’t see any improvement in replicel picture. In fact, it looks worse than before. We should not compare HT with cell based treatments.


#4

Dr. Cole’s trial photo shown here is not from hair transplant. It is some kind of follicle stem cells injection. I believe his staff confirmed that in an earlier thread already. Maybe Dr. Cole or his team can confirm for us again. @Dr_Cole @rapunzel @forhair


#5

I too am underwhelmed by Replicel’s photo.


#6

I voted for Histogen. Dr. Cole’s photo, unfortunately, leaves too many questions. Until he has a patient that makes it possible for him to show close-up before/after photos on a semi-shaved head with a tattoo mark, I don’t see how we can judge his results.


#7

Replicel looks mediocre at best. Cole’s pic looks too good to be true, I need to see more documentation to be convinced.

I voted for Histogen. No brainer.


#8

check the new video: Dr. Cole Talks About Stem Cells


#9

Thanks for the video, too technical for me to understand it all but thanks for confirming that it was a female alopecia areata patient before/after photo.