...Okay, let's put aside for a moment the idiotic fallacy of completely discarding a product solely on the basis of how active someone posting about it has been on this particular forum. (Never mind that the poster registered over a year ago, and posting isn't a requirement to be here. Personally, I've only lurked to get the information I need, as I don't have much to add to most conversations.) I mean, I can see that's the sort of ad hominem argument you're going for here, but it doesn't even make sense, because nobody here is even advocating the product (which is only available in a couple of countries). So why would "suspicious" accounts matter in the slightest?
All I did was repeat information I got from another hair loss forum, because I'm also curious, and figured that it would be as good to collect as much information as possible so that someone who knows what they're talking about can comment on it.
However, as I said in the first place, I am also somewhat sceptical because I haven't heard of FGF5 from anywhere else, and for some reason, no other companies seem to be focusing on it. That doesn't mean I'm not willing to try something I can easily access, particularly given that it had to go through trials to prove its efficacy to get TGA approval. This also makes it worth questioning and discussing, as far as I'm concerned.
Can someone who isn't going to be an asshole, and who is willing to actually read the studies on those sites, give their thoughts?