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 Posted 10/15/2013 5:11:35 PM
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I have purchased pseudocatalase's cream and it passed the hydrogen peroxide test.  I had been using a different cream from pseudocatalase.com and it passed the test but displaced noticeably less hydrogen peroxide.

Also, I must disclaim I have absolutely no affiliation with any of these guys - I just want my beard to stop turning white/gray!

I will say that pseudocatalase was very helpful/responsive when answering emails about his ebay product and I appreciate that.



Xtian- did u use the UVB lamp along with the cream?  don't give up now...
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 Posted 10/16/2013 7:28:39 AM
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Troppo: thank you for the encouragement, but I don't have budget for another trick... I'll be waiting for your updates and cheer for your results. Keep posting...
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 Posted 10/16/2013 9:01:46 AM
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Last week when I was at my local barbershop, the barber commented to me that my mustache looked like it had been "dyed."  I responded, "No, I just began rubbing in Dercos and Dr. Proctor's shampoos deeply in, just like I had been doing with my head hair.  And it worked."
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 Posted 10/16/2013 8:18:18 PM
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If they look like they've been dyed they don't look that good after all Hehe
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 Posted 10/17/2013 8:40:21 AM
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hi @troppo, we have also used the pseudocatalase.com cream (and the powder from the guy with the Einstein photo on eBay). Both use a valid pseudocatalase formulation that is about 5X less active in disproportionating hydrogen peroxide than the formulation we use. As I mentioned in prior posts, Schallreuter has used, historically, several  different pseudocatalase mixes, and has published which of these mixes are most active. We use the most active one (find us as pseudocatalase@gmail.com on eBay). And, more to the point, we encourage everyone using a pseudocatalase product to test it by putting a drop of the product on a clean, dry, surface, and then covering half of that drop with hydrogen peroxide and watching for the bubbles.  The entire rationale behind pseudocatalase is that it will disproportionate hydrogen peroxide (turn it into oxygen and water) in the skin. Which makes it easy to perform this do-it-yourself test.  If you test our product next to either of these two, the differences will be striking.
 
Good luck with the hair!


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 Posted 10/17/2013 8:52:52 AM
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I noticed last night there is another new pseudo catalase cream for sale on Amazon now.

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 Posted 10/18/2013 9:48:39 AM
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Troppo - Thanks for posting your results on the hydrogen-peroxide test. 

@psedocatalase - would it be possible for you to change your forum name (not drastically), say by adding a capital letter, then a dash, and then the word pseudocatalase? Considering pseudocatalase is the compound that is alledgedly going to make us all young again, plus the fact that there is a web site (pseudocatalase.com), whom as far as we know has not joined this forum, confusion may be lurking.
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 Posted 10/18/2013 10:11:00 AM
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It might be confusing for some, but do you think it might also be confusing to those who know him by the current name to change it at this point?
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can somebody please explain to me the difference between regular old catalase, and pseudo-catalase?

Are these the same thing?


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Depo melanin update 

I bought two bottles in June. I've been using it just on my coarse and very white chin hair and my fine temple hair. 

The chin hair appears unchanged. 

The temple hair is very salt and pepper now. It used to be mostly "clear" hair, that is no pigment. 

So do I think the product works?  Yes, in a very limited way. I think it may slowly reverse greying with certain types of hair. Would I recommend it?  No. Wait for something more effective. If this is the best catalase can do, then I think a daily shampoo used when you first start to grey could work, but it's an uphill battle if your hair is already substantially grey. 

Even if you decide what I've said is convincing enough that you want to use it, I advise against it. I apply it only to my short chin and temple hair because the scalp is easy to reach. If you have longer hair, I don't think you could apply it without just having the hair soak it up. 

I plan to continue until I've used it all. That's probably another three months. 

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