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    Quote Originally Posted by oppenheimer82 View Post
    stop bitching and whining. at least 21 people (and maybe more than 30) are going to trial this, it didn't cost them a dime. the inventor of this method payed for everything: the products, shipping etc etc. i have never ever seen this in my entire life. can you name me one other person in the hairloss industry who conducted the same thing? stop trolling and wait for the participants to either grow hair or not.

    I agree we should be working as a community to help find a solution to a cure.

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    There's a published paper with a patent on the use of chlorine dioxide for hair growth:

    https://www.google.com/patents/CN102441006A

    Here's an excerpt from the article:

    Currently involved in hair growth process of chlorine dioxide used in patents U.S. Patent US5750108, Publication date was May 12, 1998, the patent discloses a concentration of 100-1000PPM chlorine dioxide solution through the scalp treated with the method for male hair loss hair growth hormone. The patent mentioned, chlorine dioxide can inhibit 5 α reductase, thus eliminating DHT; chlorine dioxide at the same time be able to stimulate growth of new hair follicles, but also has anti-dandruff effect. However, due to low concentration of chlorine dioxide does not play maximum capacity, so there is no significant improvement in hair growth effect situation. Chinese Patent Application 201010129785.4 "containing chlorine dioxide shampoo" (Publication No. CN101785745A, Publication date of July 28, 2010) discloses a method for removing chlorine dioxide dandruff shampoo. The present invention utilizes only the bactericidal effect of chlorine dioxide.
    So, looks like its another topical DHT inhibitor, at least.

    Also note that Regenix uses a similar approach. Here's the patent on that:

    http://www.google.ca/patents/US5750108

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    Quote Originally Posted by oppenheimer82 View Post
    stop bitching and whining. at least 21 people (and maybe more than 30) are going to trial this, it didn't cost them a dime. the inventor of this method payed for everything: the products, shipping etc etc. i have never ever seen this in my entire life. can you name me one other person in the hairloss industry who conducted the same thing? stop trolling and wait for the participants to either grow hair or not.
    So anybody who adds less than positive information is "bitching"? What am I complaining about actually? I made no complaints.

    I just think it's probably not all that effective from the pictures I've seen. I'll be glad if I'm wrong, and I'll pay top dollar to get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kantian View Post
    So anybody who adds less than positive information is "bitching"? What am I complaining about actually? I made no complaints.

    I just think it's probably not all that effective from the pictures I've seen. I'll be glad if I'm wrong, and I'll pay top dollar to get it.
    no worries mate, i forgive you.

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    Well, I hate to burst everyone's bubble but I looked into the chlorine dioxide evidence and the guy behind it appears to be another Nigam. Here's what I found:

    He posted two images, one 'before' and one 68 days 'after' photo. However, looking into the EXIF data on the image shows the photos are only TWO days apart:



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    Further more, when reverse searching the photos I came across THIS web page:

    http://www.soyoung.com/post/info/post_id/2478

    When translated to English, it claims that the treatment for the hair loss is via stem cells (no such treatment exists).

    The photos searched for were found on Hair Loss Help in the chlorine dioxide thread with liuxuewu's 'evidence' shown on this page 2 which can be found here:

    http://dft.ba/-chlorine-dioxide-fraud

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellouser View Post
    Well, I hate to burst everyone's bubble but I looked into the chlorine dioxide evidence and the guy behind it appears to be another Nigam. Here's what I found:

    He posted two images, one 'before' and one 68 days 'after' photo. However, looking into the EXIF data on the image shows the photos are only TWO days apart:



    ^Click image for larger view.

    Further more, when reverse searching the photos I came across THIS web page:

    http://www.soyoung.com/post/info/post_id/2478

    When translated to English, it claims that the treatment for the hair loss is via stem cells (no such treatment exists).

    The photos searched for were found on Hair Loss Help in the chlorine dioxide thread with liuxuewu's 'evidence' shown on this page 2 which can be found here:

    http://dft.ba/-chlorine-dioxide-fraud
    LOL. when arashi finishes the Gho exposing website he can just continue with the chloride guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellouser View Post
    Well, I hate to burst everyone's bubble but I looked into the chlorine dioxide evidence and the guy behind it appears to be another Nigam. Here's what I found:

    He posted two images, one 'before' and one 68 days 'after' photo. However, looking into the EXIF data on the image shows the photos are only TWO days apart:



    ^Click image for larger view.







    Further more, when reverse searching the photos I came across THIS web page:

    http://www.soyoung.com/post/info/post_id/2478

    When translated to English, it claims that the treatment for the hair loss is via stem cells (no such treatment exists).

    The photos searched for were found on Hair Loss Help in the chlorine dioxide thread with liuxuewu's 'evidence' shown on this page 2 which can be found here:

    http://dft.ba/-chlorine-dioxide-fraud

    good find man! Although he claimed in hlh thread that chloribe dioxide works like a stem cell treatment. He gave out all these samples to people. Let

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    them try it out first and then we can truly say if this is legit or not. Again a very good find

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellouser View Post
    Well, I hate to burst everyone's bubble but I looked into the chlorine dioxide evidence and the guy behind it appears to be another Nigam. Here's what I found:

    He posted two images, one 'before' and one 68 days 'after' photo. However, looking into the EXIF data on the image shows the photos are only TWO days apart:



    ^Click image for larger view.

    Further more, when reverse searching the photos I came across THIS web page:

    http://www.soyoung.com/post/info/post_id/2478

    When translated to English, it claims that the treatment for the hair loss is via stem cells (no such treatment exists).

    The photos searched for were found on Hair Loss Help in the chlorine dioxide thread with liuxuewu's 'evidence' shown on this page 2 which can be found here:

    http://dft.ba/-chlorine-dioxide-fraud
    LOL busted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oppenheimer82 View Post
    them try it out first and then we can truly say if this is legit or not. Again a very good find
    I wouldn't recommend trying it. Curious if there's any dangerous levels of dioxin?

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