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Ass bald guy reverses baldness - real or snake oil? (Hair Loss Supplements)

posted by albert, 15.04.2013, 11:45

Originally Posted by georgex6

2 scenarios i can make
1) he had diffuse patern with alive follicles (no bald areas) and he is good responder of finasteride minoxidil
2) the compination of the products that he tried gives amazing regrowth

i dont believe he is a salesman, his regimen is very usual scalpmed is just a minoxidil product the only unusual is silica

About your first point, it could be true somehow. This is one of the pics he showed:

(DAY 1)


We agree he was in a kinda bad situation but we can still see he is not completely bald - there are hairs all over the scalp (normal + thinned).

So now that you mention about his regimen, these are the products he's using (if anyone just want to give an opinion about):

- Finasteride
- Silica supplement
- Biotin supplement ("Super Biotin 6000" from GNC)
- Different Scalpmed products: hair supplements, NutriSol (is that Minoxidil?), Vitadil-5A (or is this one? also applied to the scalp). Whatever which one is the equivalent to Minoxidil, you should not invest money on that since it's more expensive and offers "nothing"

Those who are applied in the scalp are used twice a day, while the rest of the stuff is taken once per day.

For the record, this is the complete evolution (uploaded to imgur just if he removes anything):

(DAY 30)


(DAY 60)


(DAY 90)


(DAY 120)


albert is located in [NA] and he is available to meet: NO

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