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Will you try Vavelta ...?


#1

…since it not too far from being commercialized, who’s interested … ?


#2

» …since it not too far from being commercialized, who’s interested … ?

Nope.
My life since being butchered has aged me before my time.Some wrinkles are showing but I have no problems with them.This all goes back to my theory that hm wont resolve most peoples problems.I would hate for bald guys to get all their hair back then spend their lives dwelling on wrinkles or some other physical characteristic


#3

» » …since it not too far from being commercialized, who’s interested … ?
»
»
» Nope.
» My life since being butchered has aged me before my time.Some wrinkles are
» showing but I have no problems with them.This all goes back to my theory
» that hm wont resolve most peoples problems.I would hate for bald guys to
» get all their hair back then spend their lives dwelling on wrinkles or
» some other physical characteristic

This product is very scaring because it’s somebody else cells inject in your skin. Does it mean you’re gonna have somebody else RNA at the injection site???

For sure, I would try it first on my arm to see how my body reacts to this product prior to get injection in my face.


#4

My criticisms of this product:

  1. Collagen can be produced via other means – lasers, lights, topicals, etc
  2. Many microinjections might mean many marks

Having said that, it might work wonders in “plumping” up the skin…


#5

» My criticisms of this product:
» 1. Collagen can be produced via other means – lasers, lights, topicals,
» etc
» 2. Many microinjections might mean many marks
»
» Having said that, it might work wonders in “plumping” up the skin…

BB,

you are right but lasers is very hard and rash on the skin. The only proven topical is vitamin A and is very tough on the skin also. There isn’t too many alternatives.

About your point 2, this is true it may leaves mark, bruses, swollen, bad reaction to the products, etc


#6

» This product is very scaring because it’s somebody else cells inject in
» your skin. Does it mean you’re gonna have somebody else RNA at the
» injection site???
»
» For sure, I would try it first on my arm to see how my body reacts to this
» product prior to get injection in my face.

there is not danger whatsoever with the cells, they come from baby foreskin and are «generic cells».

Also, why do people think it might leave scars ??? It’s not because you have multiple injections that it will leave you scars. If that was the case the wouldn’t commercialize it :expressionless: Furthermore, laser CAN be dangerous.


#7

» …since it not too far from being commercialized, who’s interested … ?

Is it wrinkle only or scars as well? I have a scar on my face so if it could help even with that then yes I’d give it a go.


#8

» …since it not too far from being commercialized, who’s interested … ?

I had Isolagen. No scars or anything but whether or not I can see results is debatable.


#9

» » …since it not too far from being commercialized, who’s interested … ?
»
» Is it wrinkle only or scars as well? I have a scar on my face so if it
» could help even with that then yes I’d give it a go.

There are 2 trials underway.

  • One for wrinkle
  • One for acne scars

I guess it may help you if your scar is kind of deep like an acne scar.


#10

» » » …since it not too far from being commercialized, who’s interested …
» ?
» »
» » Is it wrinkle only or scars as well? I have a scar on my face so if it
» » could help even with that then yes I’d give it a go.
»
» There are 2 trials underway.
»
» - One for wrinkle
» - One for acne scars
»
» I guess it may help you if your scar is kind of deep like an acne scar.

well yeah my scar is like 3cm in size, it is not the scar that would stick out, it’s rather an area where the skin is wrinkled, slightly under the level of the skin around (a milimeter or so), and not smooth. looks like an area where acne scarring occured. anyway i don’t care much because I learned to live with it and it definately does not bother me as much as my hair (sounds weird but still it’s true). still, if there was a solution i’d probably go for it, why not.


#11

» » » » …since it not too far from being commercialized, who’s interested
» …
» » ?
» » »
» » » Is it wrinkle only or scars as well? I have a scar on my face so if
» it
» » » could help even with that then yes I’d give it a go.
» »
» » There are 2 trials underway.
» »
» » - One for wrinkle
» » - One for acne scars
» »
» » I guess it may help you if your scar is kind of deep like an acne scar.
»
» well yeah my scar is like 3cm in size, it is not the scar that would stick
» out, it’s rather an area where the skin is wrinkled, slightly under the
» level of the skin around (a milimeter or so), and not smooth. looks like
» an area where acne scarring occured. anyway i don’t care much because I
» learned to live with it and it definately does not bother me as much as my
» hair (sounds weird but still it’s true). still, if there was a solution i’d
» probably go for it, why not.

Debris, you might as well want to give a peek at www.renovo.com for your scar. And their product will probably reduce the scaring when they take the small sample for HM.

Bye


#12

» » …since it not too far from being commercialized, who’s interested … ?
»
» I had Isolagen. No scars or anything but whether or not I can see results
» is debatable.

Have you tried comparing photos of yourself, before and after?

I have learned that it is not that easy, after a lifetime of seeing oneself in a mirror, to notice myself aging.

I would assume the same would be true were I to somehow grow younger looking.

But I can see the difference in photos instantly.

The other thing that might help is a special kind of mirror, that reverses your appearance in it, thereby eliminating the “mirror image” orientation displayed in mirrors, so your left and right sides appear as they do to another person.

That should also cause you to see yourself in a new way.


#13

» there is not danger whatsoever with the cells, they come from baby
» foreskin and are «generic cells».

There is one danger, you might grow foreskin on your face. :wink:

Then you can truly be known as a dickface. :smiley:


#14

Hmm, It looks like in few years everything’s going to be possible. Fortunately my scar really does not bother me at all. Maybe because I have it since childhood. It’s just part of me, or better said, it is just me.

Anyway Thanks a lot, the link is interesting, they are using tgf beta inhibition to prevent scarring and improve healing. this is similar to hair regrowth / hairloss prevention (propecia lowers dht, and less of dht leads to less of tgfb, and that leads to less of hairloss).


#15

I’ll try valvelta. Probably on a sandwich. It’s good cheese. Bad for you though.


#16

Yes, I will try Vavelta.
We all should.
We’ve all grown old waiting for HM to be released. (10 years and counting.)
What good is a full head of hair for an old-looking man?
So yes, it makes sense to try Vavelta to try to look young again.
Here THAT Intercytex?!?!?
We’ve all grown OLD waiting for your damn HM.