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Old 08-07-2012, 07:26 PM   #251
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http://www.hairloss-research.org/blog/?p=297

idk if someone has posted this already but it looks legit. Pictures could be a scam but if not, this could be better than rogaine.
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Old 08-07-2012, 07:34 PM   #252
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idk if someone has posted this already but it looks legit. Pictures could be a scam but if not, this could be better than rogaine.
they are NOT before/after pictures of neogenic BUT a differnet treatment from loreal.
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Old 08-07-2012, 08:03 PM   #253
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Loreal is gonna work
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Old 08-07-2012, 08:43 PM   #254
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Loreal is gonna work

loool champ you said that about trx2! lool
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Old 08-07-2012, 08:47 PM   #255
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loool champ you said that about trx2! lool
Lol, give it a rest champ ;-)
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Old 08-09-2012, 02:56 AM   #256
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Stemoxydine targets this condition, attempting to increase oxygen levels in the tiny vascular structures of the scalp. The molecule acts upon hair-derived stem cells, improving their regenerative potential and maintaining function so new growth can occur.

Miracle or snake oil? Clinical trial results
Neogenic is the first hair growth product in quite some time to come with clinically proven effectiveness. The product has undergone patenting and testing through both in vitro models and live clinical studies, and results have been highly encouraging.
In a double-blind study of 100 men between the ages of 18 and 55, a once-a-day application of Neogenic was found to increase hair density by 4 percent. This may not sound like a lot, percentage-wise, but when you consider the actual numbers, 4 percent represents an average of 1700 new hairs.
Neogenic not only thickened hair, it also “woke up” follicles that had been dormant and stimulated new growth.
How to use it, and what it will cost
L’Oreal will debut the new product in September, at first available in France, where the company is headquartered. At its release, Neogenic will only be available in lotion form. The product should be rubbed into the scalp once a day, and results may be seen in as little as one month.
The debut price for a 24-pack supply, or one month of treatments, will be 90 euros—which equates to around US$110. Though the price tag is a bit steep, it’s likely to come down in time.
L’Oreal also plans to introduce other products featuring stemoxidyne as an active ingredient, including mousses and shampoos, in the near future.
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Old 08-09-2012, 06:31 AM   #257
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Stemoxydine targets this condition, attempting to increase oxygen levels in the tiny vascular structures of the scalp. The molecule acts upon hair-derived stem cells, improving their regenerative potential and maintaining function so new growth can occur.

Miracle or snake oil? Clinical trial results
Neogenic is the first hair growth product in quite some time to come with clinically proven effectiveness. The product has undergone patenting and testing through both in vitro models and live clinical studies, and results have been highly encouraging.
In a double-blind study of 100 men between the ages of 18 and 55, a once-a-day application of Neogenic was found to increase hair density by 4 percent. This may not sound like a lot, percentage-wise, but when you consider the actual numbers, 4 percent represents an average of 1700 new hairs.
Neogenic not only thickened hair, it also “woke up” follicles that had been dormant and stimulated new growth.
How to use it, and what it will cost
L’Oreal will debut the new product in September, at first available in France, where the company is headquartered. At its release, Neogenic will only be available in lotion form. The product should be rubbed into the scalp once a day, and results may be seen in as little as one month.
The debut price for a 24-pack supply, or one month of treatments, will be 90 euros—which equates to around US$110. Though the price tag is a bit steep, it’s likely to come down in time.
L’Oreal also plans to introduce other products featuring stemoxidyne as an active ingredient, including mousses and shampoos, in the near future.
sounds good :-) but the following is a quote from another forum.

"This new hair loss product is a ‘come back’ of L’Oreal’s first hair loss molecule Aminexil. Aminexil targets the collagen structure around the hair follicle which intensifies anchoring of the hair while stemoxydine has a different mechanism of action. The new hair loss product aims to increase hair density while the old one is designed more as an anti-hair loss product". Is this product any good for real hair-loss suffers or just people with thin hair ?
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Old 08-09-2012, 07:45 AM   #258
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sounds good :-) but the following is a quote from another forum.

"This new hair loss product is a ‘come back’ of L’Oreal’s first hair loss molecule Aminexil. Aminexil targets the collagen structure around the hair follicle which intensifies anchoring of the hair while stemoxydine has a different mechanism of action. The new hair loss product aims to increase hair density while the old one is designed more as an anti-hair loss product". Is this product any good for real hair-loss suffers or just people with thin hair ?
if this works, id really love to see what this can do on half bald scalps.
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Old 08-09-2012, 08:02 AM   #259
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Stemoxydine targets this condition, attempting to increase oxygen levels in the tiny vascular structures of the scalp. The molecule acts upon hair-derived stem cells, improving their regenerative potential and maintaining function so new growth can occur.

Miracle or snake oil? Clinical trial results
Neogenic is the first hair growth product in quite some time to come with clinically proven effectiveness. The product has undergone patenting and testing through both in vitro models and live clinical studies, and results have been highly encouraging.
In a double-blind study of 100 men between the ages of 18 and 55, a once-a-day application of Neogenic was found to increase hair density by 4 percent. This may not sound like a lot, percentage-wise, but when you consider the actual numbers, 4 percent represents an average of 1700 new hairs.
Neogenic not only thickened hair, it also “woke up” follicles that had been dormant and stimulated new growth.
How to use it, and what it will cost
L’Oreal will debut the new product in September, at first available in France, where the company is headquartered. At its release, Neogenic will only be available in lotion form. The product should be rubbed into the scalp once a day, and results may be seen in as little as one month.
The debut price for a 24-pack supply, or one month of treatments, will be 90 euros—which equates to around US$110. Though the price tag is a bit steep, it’s likely to come down in time.
L’Oreal also plans to introduce other products featuring stemoxidyne as an active ingredient, including mousses and shampoos, in the near future.
the link for this article ->

http://www.baumanblog.com/folliclebl...follicles.html
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Old 08-09-2012, 08:21 AM   #260
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I had just listened to Spencer's live show episode 43. They (Spencer and Joe) spoke in depth about the L'Oreal product to be released in September. Ive also researched what I could on the product. I wouldnt classify it as being a 'snake oil' product at all. I hope that it would be something that would overshadow the effects of Minoxidil.
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