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 Posted 7/8/2011 6:44:39 AM
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An interesting new study on Bimatoprost and vitiligo, it definitely affects melanocytes. I'm tempted now to purchase some 0.03% bottles and try it on my beard hairs since you only need to use it consistently for a few months then once or twice a week thereafter:

http://www.skinandallergynews.com/news/medical-dermatology/single-article/bimatoprost-repigments-vitiligo-patient-skin/67821edc35.html
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 Posted 7/15/2011 4:34:30 AM
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More hype from this crowd
"We are pleased to announce that Grey Defence™ the new and innovative gray hair treatment will be available on August 1, 2011"
 
 
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 Posted 8/22/2011 3:35:54 PM
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http://www.emaxhealth.com/6705/adrenaline-culprit-behind-going-gray

Adrenaline the culprit behind going gray

"The old fairytale about stress or grief turning your hair white has just been given a truth boost. Forthcoming research from Duke University’s Robert Lefkowitz explains how stress hormones impact your body’s ability to heal itself, from merely cosmetic conditions to life-threatening malignancies.

At center stage is the widely known stress hormone adrenaline. This “fight or flight” hormone causes damage that may eventually lead to a variety of conditions from the superficial, such as grey hair, to the serious, such as cancer. . . "


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 Posted 8/23/2011 9:02:41 AM
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Vitiligo is caused by too much hydrogen peroxide in the skin. That's why I think there's more credibility in the finding that it's same cause of graying hair. Also because compounds like bimatoprost are capable of restoring pigment proves that it is possible to overcome the h202 interference and that the melanocytes are not dead or so severely DNA damaged that they're incapable of functioning any longer.
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 Posted 8/24/2011 5:45:43 PM
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I thought you all would get a kick out of this (link below).  You knew it was only a matter of time before this 'stuff' started:

http://www.stemcellmx.com/no-more-greys-with-stem-cell-therapy/

Let's all charter a bus and head down to Mehico! 


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 Posted 8/25/2011 3:40:51 AM
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Those rats are lucky, just scrub a little comet on their bodies and their color and fur comes back. Everything seems to work for them.

The wnt research is nothing new, they were working on that for baldness over ten years ago and the mice were  getting tumors all over their heads. We might die from rubbing these proteins on us but at least everyone will comment on the wonderful full head of colored hair that we had.
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 Posted 8/25/2011 6:11:24 AM
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Interesting about the stem cell for the treatment of greying hair.  I know of two products which have stem cells - Isomers formulated a hair/scalp product last year called Reclaim (Isomers.ca)  I understand that one of the head chemist (and co-owner), Darius, formulated this for his own use.   Another product is by Beautiful on Raw (Tonya Zavasta's website) the Hair & Scalp tonic. I actually purchased this but haven't been consistent.  I like it because it contains ingredients to exfoliate the scalp and provide nutrition....I will start using it consistently and see if I notice decreasing greys.
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 Posted 9/11/2011 8:52:21 AM
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Hello to all
I just got done reading the book Reversing the gray. It was very well written, very informative, and everything what was said was direct, to the point, not complicated to understand, and very professional. It was short and sweet. I put the program to work immediately upon receiving it and have noticed much darker, fuller, healthier hair in just a matter of 3 months. phweightloss.net/gray-hair-no-more
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 Posted 9/12/2011 4:30:21 AM
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The above post is clearly advertising, however, it is going to be allowed this time so that anyone can check it out and comment on it, positively or negatively.

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 Posted 9/16/2011 9:38:56 AM
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cheetah800 - how about if you give a 200% refund to anyone who wastes time reading your book and doesn't get any results.  And put the offer in writing so that it's binding with state Attorney Generals' offices.

Otherwise, I vote that you take it somewhere else. 
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