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Grace, I had to go out and look for my first purchase of the Hair Serum to get the correct timeline - May 20th. 

 

I have just begun my third bottle.  But, keep in mind, that I cover the whole top of my head and use it on my eyebrows/eyelashes, as well.  And, I'm not very conservative.  So, it should last quite a bit longer for your husband.

 

A note about growth--It took about 7 weeks for me to start to really see hair.  Then, I started exfoliating every night with Pumpkin Peel first. Suddenly, fast, more dense growth at about the 9-week mark.  This would have been about the 3rd week of July.  THAT was when I started to see growth at the front (hairline).

 

Now, I have hairs ranging from 1/4 inch to 1 1/2 inches sticking up through my hair and my hairline is really filling in.  In other words, new growth is constantly being stimulated where it wasn't before.  

 

Another really big plus is that hair stops falling out as fast.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Beth

 


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I'm curious, do you use the Pumpkin Enzyme on your scalp?  There is some evidence floating around that a good peel will also help Hairgrowth and I'm sure it would help penetration of the hair serum.  Do you use it full strength out of the bottle or are you mixing it in a lotion?

 

I'm going to place an order and would include this if it seems like it would not harm the existing hair but just peel away the dead layers of skin.

 

Thanks,

 

-Bob

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Hi, Bob

 

The Pumpkin Peel is very mild.  I use it straight from the bottle, massage it in for a few minutes then rinse it out.  Scalp is now ready for the Hair Care Serum.  My very fine hair is shiny these days and less prone to breaking.  So, I can't see that the Pumpkin Peel would hurt the hair at all.

 

Beth


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Thanks for the quick reply, looks like I'll add that to my order as well.

 

-Bob

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You're welcome.  I'd like to know how the Hair Care Serum works out for you, if you don't mind.

 

Beth

 


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Yep, will do.  I'm more interested in saving the thinning hair in the back so hopefully the pumpkin peel will help a bit.  I'm also waiting on a Vitamin D active that I sent some info to Hannah for.  When that comes out I think I'll probably alternate the KGF Serum with the Vitamin D.

This place has too many cool actives for people like me who like to experiment with.

Gotta love it.

 

-Bob

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Sorry about the delay on the vitamin D3. There has been so much going on here but I got it and "only" have to do the writing.
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Hi, Bob

 

The Vitamin D sounds promising but I think you should use the Hair Care Serum every night for at least the first 6 weeks. Your scalp will then be getting a steady "diet" of the nutrients it really needs and will have a chance to get a great head start (pun intended). JMHO

 

Beth


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That's fantastic Hannah.  Should I wait on my order so that I can include the D3?  I'm going to order some of the Pumpkin Peel and the Tzone serum and some caffeine.

 

Beth, I've been on the KGF for about 3 weeks now.  I also mixed together into a 4oz canvas phytosterols, Idenebone,coleus, and copper and spread a thin layer of that on when the hair serum dries.  I use that as a way to control inflammation on the scalp which in a number of studies is a contributing factor in hairloss as well.  I'm big on the medical studies, patents and any true scientific research out there.  I stay away from the usual marketing hype promoted by many companies.  Search around at http://www.pubmed.com for studies.  Also here is a link from the latest European Hair Research Meeting.  http://content.karger.com/ProdukteDB/produkte.asp?Aktion=ShowPDF&ProduktNr=224164&Ausgabe=231841&ArtikelNr=92842&filename=92842.pdf

They have a study in there showing that .005% solution of caffeine lead to stimulation of hairgrowth.  So I might add in a tiny bit of caffeine to my other concoction.

 

Places like this (SAS) are a Godsend to people like me who like to experiment.

I don't think many people know about SAS in the Hairloss community, even though I did find out about this site from one of the Hairloss Forums.

 

There are other sites out there that specialize in hairloss formulas, but they have horrible customer service and never answer any questions.  Since finding SAS, I haven't dealt with anyone else, nor do I intend to. 

OK, now that I rambled on, I'll keep you posted.

 

-Bob

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That's okay, Bob.  For some reason known only to this addled brain of mine, I thought you were just beginning to use the Hair Care Serum. 

 

Beth


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