When considering a body hair procedure, I urge you to look at your body hair.
Examine it carefully.
Although body hair , when transplanted to the scalp, will “usually” increase in length, the degree of increase is dependent upon where it came from and how long and robust it was.
Although it is usually packed more densely , fundamentally WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU WILL GET.
Furthermore, certain parts of the body are prone to much higher transection rates. So when looking at fresh photos, never assume the red dots you see on the body represent intact follicles, or that dots on the recipient area will produce hair.
So when someone as astute as SKYWALKER did the research, he probably found that all those early intra op photos of thousands of red dots on some guys body wound up producing very little
And if after shots did show something, was it regrowth of pre existing hair ?
Were the photos manipulated ?
And how many promising cases “disappeared” , no results ever seen despite the initial publicity.
In calling BHT “hype”, Skywalker is right insofar as the inundation of the forum with shameless publicity stunts , manipulated photos and inhouse cheer squads.
I also cannot believe that Skywalker has not seen enough genuine results to realise that BHT is an incredible resource when done correctly.
And doing this job correctly is extremely long and demanding, and leaves little time or inclination to compete with those flooding the forum with publicity grabbing hype.
I hope Skywalker leaves the forum understanding this. Otherwise I sincerely wish him the best.
Dr Ray Woods