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john2399
05-04-2013, 03:33 AM
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2319137/285-cream-claims-reverse-baldness-waking-dormant-follicles-scalp.html

450$ bucks??? I feel bad for the poor innocent kids buying this crap. Such aholes this company.

UK_
05-04-2013, 03:55 AM
This isnt designed for MPB - its aimed at rich upper middle class white women.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Yb6MYEFhwk&list=PLzPqniy127tBKZ3HC4xqoZE5Y9ZT5Jmfn&index=1

hellouser
05-04-2013, 09:59 AM
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2319137/285-cream-claims-reverse-baldness-waking-dormant-follicles-scalp.html

450$ bucks??? I feel bad for the poor innocent kids buying this crap. Such aholes this company.

For that price I get 20 grams of RU which works a whole lot better and lasts me anywhere 6+ months.

PatientlyWaiting
05-04-2013, 11:08 AM
Unfortunately millions of MPB sufferers will buy this.

thatkidd
05-07-2013, 06:38 PM
So the 1700 hair claim is false you all believe? Seems like not too much of an effect, but it could be the start of something big possibly? But yeah Loreal is typically a big scam...

UK_
05-07-2013, 11:33 PM
So the 1700 hair claim is false you all believe? Seems like not too much of an effect, but it could be the start of something big possibly? But yeah Loreal is typically a big scam...

Do you know what a 'legal high' is? Labs in the Far East change the molecular structure of some well known illicit street drugs such as MDMA and are then able to sell them legally in Western nations.

That's all Loreal have done, they've had a lab play about the compound minoxidil and have renamed it stemoxydine and sold it as the holy grail of hair loss from the palms of Jesus himself.

Same bullshit different day.

mattj
05-09-2013, 08:37 AM
I read an article about this and in it they had a report from someone who said that it thickened their hair in 11 days (or a number around that).

Obviously it's impossible to regrow hair in that space of time. Lots will read it and hand over 285 and be disappointed.

Pentarou
05-10-2013, 04:29 PM
Another laughable DM article about hair loss "treatment". This is as good as it gets from that newspaper.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2322744/ANDREW-PIERCE-horrified-discover-thinning-hair-55-injections-hot-water-bottle-worked-wonders.html


I quickly found out hair loss for men is big business. There are 5.5 million hair products for men, many of which are devoted to stopping it disappearing.

A few weeks before my 50th birthday, I went for the magic pill route: Propecia, which costs around £660 for a year’s supply. You need to have a prescription, but apparently it works well at saving hair on the crown of the head.

There was one drawback, though. The tablets can adversely affect your libido.

To hell with it, I thought, and bought them anyway — to no avail. The relentless march of baldness continued. I gave the trichologist approved drops a whirl. All you have to do is rub them into your head. They cost £52 and last six weeks, but they were useless.

Then I discovered a treatment called Nanopeptide Mesotherapy. It involves a ****tail of vitamins and minerals injected directly into the scalp.

It is claimed this stimulates the hair’s natural regeneration process by strengthening it, while energising the follicles to produce long hair shafts.