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Katies hair gloop!
#1
I think it must be the Mad Scientist in me or something, but I`v come across quite a lot of data with regards to hair loss / regrowth during my travels over the last few years researching bits about HRT and the likes, and the way my brain seems to work, I sort of gathered most of this data without even knowing it, and came up with an idea that puts All the most effective stuff all together into my latest invention! [Que; Lightning flash and thunder clap]

assuming it`s DHT that causes the loss, and Finasteride and Spiro both have a synergistic effect and work very well topically also, I thought I`d add that.
if it`s Blood flow as some think, the Progesterone and vitamin A will certainly help with that too as well as cell turn-over.

so,,,, I mixed the lot together as follows;

1 teaspoon progesterone cream that contains 1 part estrogen for every 20 progesterone.
50 mg Spironolactone crushed as finely as possible (between 2 spoons)
2.5 mg Finasteride also crushed finely as above
1 pea sized amount of Retin A .05%

then mixed the whole lot together in a little container, I`ll let it stand over night and mix again in the morning as well just to make sure everythings dissolved and as homegenous as possible.
I plan on trying it on myself, even though i don`t have a MPB problem, I wouldn`t mind a little regrowth on my hairline just to see it works.
I didn`t bother with Minoxidil, not just because I don`t have any, but because that can cause general hair regrowth Everywhere incl places you don`t want it, so it seemed like a possible step backwards to me.

I`v now idea how much to use or how often, but i`m guessing a couple of night a week just on the hairline as if it were moisturiser cream should be a good start, and I`ll do one side only, and use the other as a control.
i`m really quite excited to see how this goes! Big Grin xx


here`s a pic of my new Hair Gloop!


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#2
Interesting thought.  I wonder though, if a hair follicle has been dormant or dead for years.....  is there still hope?
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#3
from what I`v understood, if it`s dead then no, Dormant then yes, if it has a small super fine short hair still there then yes it should recover just fine as the folicle is still alive, just a bit poorly.

it was actually a recent discover that spiro actually works topically that inspired me try it, I`d read the others are good and are used in some medicines already, so why not stick the lot together, right!? Smile
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#4
well I can definitely say that it doesn`t make you Loose any existing hair or fluff! so in that respect it`s nice to know it`s at least Safe to use.
the very fine hairs around my hairline seem to have grown a little, but I guess they kinda were doing that anyway. I still really need at least another month to test this though, as 2 months should equal about 1 inch hair growth, I do have the advantage that I also dye my hair and that makes measurement much easier as it grows out.
I`ll update again soon. xx
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#5
well I`m going to have to start using it on Both sides now coz I don`t want to look weird! LOL
there is a definate growth difference beweet the side with and the side without by a good half inch! and there`s new very fine hair growing where it once was smooth, so I`m going to play catch up on the other side now. it`s not an Amazing difference, but it`s noticable if you look closely.

so I`m going to call this one a limited success Cool

I think like all things HRT, Time is a greater multiplier than dose.

Soon i`ll be moving onto my Next experiment in Detox for improving skin complexion and ageing! just waiting for my chems and stuff to arrive! Big Grin
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#6
you should bottle that stuff if it works that good.
I'm sure there are lots thin haired girls looking for a solution
Thanks Katie
Bobbi
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