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Topic Title: iGrow - Does it work???
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Created On: 07/23/2011 06:01 PM
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 07/23/2011 06:01 PM
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powerhouse45
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Hey there, has anyone ever tried or even heard much about this thing?

If so, is it worth it?



http://www.igrowlaser.com/ligh...wanimKoCFcV_5QodY0J2xg
 07/23/2011 06:13 PM
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Jocko59
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Stick to proven treatments. You will do much better in the long run.
 07/23/2011 06:17 PM
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powerhouse45
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I got big thinning issues in the front with a NW 2.5 going on. Not touching propecia after seeing all these reports, so I'm not sure what to do. This started a few years ago now. Deciding to finally try something. This product does have a 6 month money back guarantee for what its worth, but in the video it makes it seems like the hair will only "appear" thicker. Some actual regrowth would be nice.
 07/23/2011 06:22 PM
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Big_bear
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if your going to take a leap of faith and try laser the helmet would be the way to go I have the laser comb but because of the time it takes 20-25 min of use I never gave it a good chance to see any results

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 07/23/2011 06:23 PM
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If you're not doing something that ultimately prevents DHT from binding to an androgen receptor, you're likely setting out to fight a losing battle.




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 07/23/2011 09:19 PM
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RC
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A helmet with more diodes is the better option (see link in my signature). Lasers are a complementary treatment in my opinion and you probably need to address the root cause (DHT) for lasers to have a worthwhile benefit. RC

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 07/24/2011 07:08 AM
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gunmaster
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I have the same laser but you still need to take fin or dut lasers will only do so much
 07/24/2011 10:27 AM
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Jocko Conlin
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Originally posted by: RC

A helmet with more diodes is the better option (see link in my signature). Lasers are a complementary treatment in my opinion and you probably need to address the root cause (DHT) for lasers to have a worthwhile benefit. RC


Great, a link to OMG's site. lol.
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