One of my blog readers sent me a very organized list of questions recently, and seeing as some of them are questions I’ve seen in the past in mails and comments I get, I’ve decided to dedicate a post to answer them in full. Continue reading →
The new regime I built earlier this month is working out pretty well so far, I have almost no hair loss and in addition some areas have slightly filled out (emphasis on slightly). Unlike previous times, I don’t want to give the credit for this to one product or the other, but just to review thoroughly Continue reading →
My treatment since 2012 was characterized with a phenomenal improvement, fast results and a lot of optimism. Then came the downfall and several months of regression. Today, I’ve reached a point where I have no hair loss but I am pretty much back to where I started.
Last month I said that I have reached the best situation I’ve been in since a decade, and that really is the case in terms of hair loss (amount of hairs per day). In terms of the hair’s look, it’s quite a different story. Looks like I did a complete 360 and got back to the starting point. I could probably stay at this point for several good years but I am not in the least satisfied. If this is the maximum I can get from treatment I’d rather just shave it all off and quit… Continue reading →
The substance is active in copper based products such as Graftcyte, Foligen, Tircomin or as a supplement in other products like Revita shampoo. At first glance and after reading some forums I have deducted that it is more of a cosmetic treatment of hair loss – hair thickness and body build, with no significant contribution to the actual hair loss issue. After finding out hair implant clinics recommend this to their clients, I decided to investigate it further. Continue reading →
The positive process of recovery continues from the previous month. There was significant less hair loss. However damage previously done is still visible.
As previously discussed the recovery process takes a very, very long time. This in unfortunate contrast to hair loss which is quickly visible.
I changed between CRINAGEN and PROCERIN XT about a week ago. There is not yet enough experience with CRINAGEN to be able to express an opinion as to how well it is working. Nonetheless, as opposed to P which has a nice scent, CRINAGEN has a horrible smell. Continue reading →
I split this month into two parts which that are not equal. The first part which is is 80% of the post for this from the month of September because I had a very strong hair loss. I am aware of the first reactions from using those products. Although I wasn’t initially worriedy too much, the situation became chaotic. I believe the reason for this is one or both of theseis options:
1) JBCO- is very thick and I am guessing I used it too much: 2-3 times a week and also with a large amount. After I started using it only once a month I notice some changes and the hairr loss was slowly reduced.
2) REVITA SHAMPOO- as it said on the manual, this shampoo might cause some hair loss at the beginning of useing. I used it for only two month and I’m not sure what it means “at the beginning of use”. Continue reading →
After six months of treatment I thought I would be on the path of glory. Not to be.
At first I was pretty sure that if I added to Minoxidil 5% another topical treatment that inhibit DHT I would get an amazing results. Well, unfortunately it turned out that I was wrong! Continue reading →
This component shows up in a number of hair growth inducing products. There are a number of very pretentious studies about it describing it as more effective than 5% minoxidil. This is why I’ve decided to gather for you a few studies I found as more reliable concerning the effects of the substance on male hair loss and in general. Continue reading →
During the months March-April, when I started the treatment, I recognized an obvious trend of hair improvement. That made me want to share my treatment with people suffering from hair loss like me. During the last months though there has been a certain decline in the results, and I had a feeling the treatment stopped at a certain level and probably weakened since the first month.
I’ve decided to do a “house check” to see what worked before and isn’t working now. When I did I recognized a major problem with my treatment – Ketokonazole. Continue reading →