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    Hey everyone. I dont know if you are aware of this company

    http://www.polarisresearchlabs.com/

    Seems very interesting, though it is not available in the US for some reason...

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    minox with some extra shit. whats interesting?

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    I heard DS laboratories, the company that makes Revita and Spectrals, owns Polaris. I use their NR-07, hoping it might just work a tiny bit better than normal minox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julian P View Post
    I heard DS laboratories, the company that makes Revita and Spectrals, owns Polaris. I use their NR-07, hoping it might just work a tiny bit better than normal minox.
    Looks good to me, I may try the Polaris Minoxidil, Julian P could you tell me what is the texture of it? Is it light and non sticky like Rogaine? Could you explain how is the nature of the liquid. Its really important to me.

    Also could you tell me how can I order it? I don't see any order or purchase option in their official website!!!

    "Polaris NR-07 treats the entire scalp - both vertex and hairline - against male pattern baldness, unlike products that depend solely on minoxidil. Polaris NR-07 contains both 5% minoxidil and 0.5% apple polyphenol, plus auxiliary agents that boost effectiveness for optimal results. Breakthrough Liposphere technology vectors Polaris NR-07 to deliver active ingredients deeper into the scalp."

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    Quote Originally Posted by HARIRI View Post
    Looks good to me, I may try the Polaris Minoxidil, Julian P could you tell me what is the texture of it? Is it light and non sticky like Rogaine? Could you explain how is the nature of the liquid. Its really important to me.
    I haven't used the Rogaine brand, but it seems to be a little bit thicker than Spectral UHP, although it's still pretty light, not really sticky. It has a peculiar smell, nothing too bad though.

    Quote Originally Posted by HARIRI View Post
    Also could you tell me how can I order it? I don't see any order or purchase option in their official website!!!
    I got it via the Biovea website. I think they ship to quite a lot of countries.

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    why offer twelve differnt products? why not offer your top 1-2?

    scam

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    propecia+ minox, that is all what you need.
    do not waist your money in something like this shit!!

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    Garbage.

    Snake oil salesmen are becoming so sophisticated these days, I saw this trend emerging when companies started to imitate Histogens "WNT protein formula"... now we have surgeons coming on the forums claiming to be conducting trials into cell therapy.

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    Guys I dont think that Polaris is a snake oil, its a basicially a Minxodil plus other stuff. This is it! Like many Minoxidil are mixed with Azelaic Acid, this one is mixed with 0.5% apple polyphenol. Nothing much!!!

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    Some of the products are very similar to Lipogain. Also this hairlossfromsteroids guy was very enthusiastic about azelaic acid, don't know if he had really good arguments for it. For the other ingredients Polaris seems to apply the same tactics as it's mothercompany DS Laboratories, they 're based on small often in vitro studies, so it's absolutely not certain they will work, but they throw a lot of things that might help together.

    The variation in products is pretty normal I believe, it's a basic marketing 'trick' to price your products variably, you pay more, you get more (although I don't believe that more is always better in this case).

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