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 Posted 8/18/2014 9:08:51 AM
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The science is pretty clear that oxidative stress is the cause of gray hair. So, yes, "cleaning" up the H2O2 is very important. Is pseudocatalase good enough? Maybe maybe not but for right now it is the go to.

Your eyebrows have some pigment in them which is probably why you see change. It's stimulating what exists.

Not seeing a change in skin color is still odd to me. It's very evident in the pics posted by Pseudocatalase.
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 Posted 8/18/2014 9:36:07 AM
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Yes, it's odd, but I think pseudocatalase is using a different carrier so it's probably stronger. A lot of melanotan users are interested in finding a topical to get rid of the injections. This seems to be the way to go.
I'm currently using the DMI as a carrier.
I keep saying it one more time. Delivering both pseudocatalase and melitane seperately could only be a win - win situation. It won't be long before other companies will start competing with it and for people living in Europe it could be a motivation to order from the US. Just an idea, Pseudocatalase!
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 Posted 8/22/2014 7:14:29 AM
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I can safely say after 8 months of continuous use pseudocatalase was NOT effective in reversing OR preventing gray hair.

Regardless, it was money well spent (in hindsight I would still take the bet).
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 Posted 8/22/2014 8:25:26 AM
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The PC was no success on this forum. The melitane seems to work on normal pigmentation ( turning light hair darker) so hopefully it could also be effective on white hairs when using a bit longer; it started to work after two months or as said before. Maybe it's all about the combo PC - melitane.
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 Posted 8/23/2014 2:27:06 AM
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@LADD, the skin color change with acetyl hexapeptide-1 is a slow, modest process. Even after more than six months it does not look unnatural. But it is noticeable. And you do need to do some modest things to your shampoo/lotion to ensure good absorption. 
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 Posted 8/23/2014 3:06:48 PM
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Used forum member Pseudocatalase's premixed shampoo and saw little results about 8 to 10 weeks in - estimate about 1% reversal.  Continued using, and there was another 1% reversal over next couple months.  Continued using, and did not seem to get any more results over the next 4 months. The last month of these four months, I was only using it about 3 times a week. I figured I was not going to get anything else. The two months that followed, I did not use because I had none, and I was not going to reorder. I have recently ordered Nucyte - for testing.  Before I have even used the Nucyte, I looked through my hair, and I've noticed more reversal. Even though I have not been using it for the past couple months, the product must have somehow still been in effect.  This newfound reversal is more than 1%, I'd estimate close to 2%.  I'm thinking I have about 4 to 5 % reversal after starting about 10 months ago.  I'm hoping this Nucyte will speed it up. Have to wait and see. 

Ladd, you have so little gray, that it would be hit or miss on reversal.  It would be hard for you to measure because you may have prevented hairs from turning gray, and you would have no way of knowing.  Also, you are mixing your own.  I've mixed my own, and have used it on facial hair.  Have not seen results there, but I have very little gray in my beard.  I only use pseudocatalse's shampoo on my top.
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 Posted 8/24/2014 1:20:20 AM
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I've noticed the melitane having an impact on hair color, so far only the natural pigmentation going darker. Unfortunately I couldn't continue the experiment for a while as the supplier was on holidays, so next month I'll have to start all over again which is a bit frustrating. Otherwise I would have known much sooner if it works. It took me two months to see first results. I hope to find out of melitane without PC would work for white hairs as well. I assume it's logical that white hair needs more time than red hair.
I mixed my own PC shampoo as well with no results, as you said  it looks like there's a difference between premixed versions and the ones you make yourself. It would be great being able to order bulk kits with instructions on how to mix it properly. People won't have to go through the hassle of re-ordering every few months and in the end it will bring on many new customers.
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I stopped my pseudocatalase experiment after seeing no results for long time, log time ago.  
I am still awaiting a better product.

I just noticed that on ebay, it seems the Einstein guy sold alot more pseudocatalase than the the Pseudocatalase guy (here and on ebay).
according to the ebay page, he sold about 1,500 , while the Pseudocatalase two pages only sold: 93

He also has alot more watchers
294 compared to 45 for Pseudocatalase guy

He also seems to so far retain a review of 100%

I know all this can be manipulated but I am still curious what you guys think and if any of you have tried it.
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 Posted 8/25/2014 6:05:25 AM
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@wisdom1st

Glad to see you back and sharing your results.

While it is true PC may have prevented some hair from turning gray (impossible to know) I can still say without question new gray emerged over the last 8 months. Because there is so little it makes it VERY easy to spot change.

As far as mixing my own product goes I purchased the lotion provided by Pseudocatalase for testing. I conducted the H202 test on both across a span of 3 months. There was absolutely zero difference in activity.
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 Posted 8/26/2014 4:52:43 PM
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Hi @Romi, I encourage everyone interested to buy the powder from Einstein, and the powder from us, to compare their ability to disproportionate hydrogen peroxide after mixing (and 2-3 months later). As I have pointed out numerous times, this comparison is based on the only assumed relevant action of pseudocatalase in the skin, and as such is a direct test of relevant activity. If you are interested, do this with any product based in part, or in whole, on the activity of pseudocatalase. 

We are confident in our product, and hope everyone responds. But if you do not, we don't want you to keep buying on hope. We wish everyone the best in their search for normal hair pigmentation, and we will continue to bring new ingredients to market once we are convinced they are safe and have a reasonable chance to help. 

Mahalo!
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