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Titanium Microneedle Scalp Roller

timuk

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Seen this on the Nanogen site whilst ordering my Nanothick (which I think really does work)...

Anyone have any thoughts on the "Titanium Microneedle Scalp Roller"



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Bigmac

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I was looking at this in Amsterdam,not too sure about it as it seems to roll across your scalp making tiny holes which the PRP solution goes into,thats if i understood it correctly.

As for the Nanothick,i like it and it definately works for me.

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timuk

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Just saw the roller thing and wondered about it..

As for the Nanothick... definately works for me... I tend to notice that when I have not used it for a week my hair looks thinner...

Bigm.. have you tried their shampoo.... was going to give it a go but am sure I read somewhere about shedding ?? Could be wrong about that though..

Tim
 
T.C

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The roller is intended for use with Minox mainly which then absorbs into the holes from the roller I think.Says it can help donor healing and possible regrow some donor hair (yeah sure) and smooth out scars!.
 
janna

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From what I understand talking to the rep for one of the roller companies, she stated many of the Derm and Cosmetic clinics use it for the face - somewhat like dermabrasion but the needles penetrate thru the skin to inject collagen/restyline, etc., for fresh, young skin. Then when PRP treatments came along.......

I've spoken to several doctors who are utilizing the prp treatment and they didn't feel the rollers were a necessary part of their prp protocol.

I hadn't heard of the rollers for Minox before, interesting. Seems like it would hurt like crazy rolling all those needles on a scalp without administration of local anesthetic.
 
T.C

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Yeah sounds painful,although the NANOGEN website says it "is pain free". I think Farjo clinic have something to do with its evolution as their name is on the website page.I wont be trying it out.Hate needles as it is unless I am having a HT then I must bite the bullet or rather bite the valium!.
 
Bigmac

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timuk wrote:
Just saw the roller thing and wondered about it..

As for the Nanothick... definately works for me... I tend to notice that when I have not used it for a week my hair looks thinner...

Bigm.. have you tried their shampoo.... was going to give it a go but am sure I read somewhere about shedding ?? Could be wrong about that though..

Tim
Only use Nanothick Tim.
 
janna

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T.C wrote:
unless I am having a HT then I must bite the bullet or rather bite the valium!.
Yes, those "mother's little helpers" come in handy to relax the patients.
 
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folliclediabolical

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I had a peep on their website a couple of weeks ago,can someone tell me what the nanothick is like.Does it dry quick and when are you supposed to apply it etc?,thanks