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by wheresthefro » January 16, 2008 at 5:43 am #150364

Sinere please please don’t reduce your presence here in this forum. Your contribution has been enormous!

Your obviously much much more informed than anyone here and obviusly have a science/chemistry background with a great deal of experience just from reading your posts it is evident. I mean most of us don’t really know much at all about hairloss, treatments vehicles etc we are trying to learn from people like yourself. Even the so called knowledgable, veteran posters here like Sandman, Jacob etc don’t no anything in comparison..they’re just pseudo, tryhard scientists really i wouldn’t even bother listening to anything they have to say if I was you. Just ignore them. Everyone else wants you here. Please!!

Hey Sandamn why don’t you stick that bottle of Spectral DNC so far up your arse it comes out of your mouth..that way you won’t be able to talk shit anymore (making that DNC very effective indeed)…you fucking degenerate!

cello_miami said:

Sinere-advisor adds ALOT to this forum and his products are as cutting edge as they get.

I hate you.

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by Jacob » January 16, 2008 at 9:54 am #150365

wherethefro..he’d better listen to some of the things we say, and he has. If you think “Sinere” has all the answers..maybe you could explain why they’re having problems with some of their products. Why some of the tougher questions aren’t being answered. Yeah, I know..he’s leaving here.

He’s taking as much advice as he’s giving. One of the things that struck me is that he/they still seem to be learning and looking how to stabalize things. Monolaurin(on it’s own at least) wont’ cut it, I’ve learned. Then a new machine needs to be purchased. That’s great that they’re putting these things out, but on a learning curve it seems.

But that’s just coming from a “so called knowledgable(sic), veteran poster”.

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by logistics-sinere » January 16, 2008 at 10:16 am #150366

A little knowledge is a dangerous thing


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by Jacob » January 16, 2008 at 12:34 pm #150368

Yes, and that’s what I’m afraid of.

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by Sandman729 » January 16, 2008 at 12:40 pm #150369


If a product works for me, and I like the way it leaves my hair after application, such as Dr. Lee’s Minoxidil with Retin-A, Promox, and/or Spectral DNC, I could care less what they say on their website vs. their emails, package insert, bottle labeling, etc. so forth and so on!

Furthermore, I could care less whether said products use Minoxidil Sulfate vs. regular Minoxidil, has nanosomes, encapsulated nanosomes, or no nanosomes whatsover.

For me results, coupled with the way products leave my hair after application, are the bottom line.

Where you crossed the line, sinere-advisor, is by asserting that DivineSkin does not use Minoxidil Sulfate in Spectral DNC becasue their website doesn’t specifically say so. But, their emails do. So, in short you’ve called DivineSkin liars and attempted to discredit their products.

However, you’ve offered no proof as to the actual ingredients/formualtion of Spectral DNC to support your assertions. So, they’re based on nothing more then your own bias personal conjecture.

BTW, where are the comparative hairgrowth studies showing that Minoxidil Sulfate provides better results then standard Minoxidil?

Also, what about the stabilty issue of Nanominox MS when shipped under non-refrigerated conditions?

Finally, many vendors of hair loss treatment products take out an add on this website to advertise their products. Why should Sinere not be expected to do the same?

Sinere has taken to using this fourm to promote, advertise, and SELL their products while attempting to deceive people into thinking that what they are really interested in is offering free advice, etc. Why shouldn’t Sinere be called into question for this?

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by Jacob » January 16, 2008 at 12:53 pm #150370

On your first points…uh….never-mind.

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by kingpin » January 16, 2008 at 12:57 pm #150371

Minoxidil sulfate is a waste of time.The body already sulfates minoxidil.So why spend 10x for some molecule that the body already makes
from a cheaper one?

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by bcapop » January 16, 2008 at 1:14 pm #150372

Read the damn page kingpin.

And Sandman, what Jacob said..FFS..

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by kingpin » January 16, 2008 at 2:26 pm #150373

>>bcapop said:
Read the damn page kingpin.< <<

What part of the “damn page” refutes the studies?

Read the “damn studies”.

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by Mary Williams » January 2, 2017 at 8:28 pm #194401


It has been about 3 and a half months now of me using minoxidil sulfate, 5%. Even though the suggested dosage is 1 ml in the morning and 1 ml in the night. I think I use closer to 5-6 ml’s per application.

The results have been quite dramatic. The new follicles that I am growing seem to be thicker than my usual strands.

It took about 4-6 weeks to notice a considerable difference, but I think it is really working great for me.

Also, at about the 4 week mark, I started mixing in DMSO with my 5% minoxidil sulfate . I don’t know if it is a coincidence or just time that has elapsed while using minoxidil sulfate, but I really started noticing more and more new follicles at the 5 week mark after using the DMSO since the 4 week mark.

I have read that DMSO works as a great carrier to help the scalp absorb minoxidil subdermally.

I’ll post another update after about another month of use or so.

I did some more reading about Minoxidil sulfate that I found interesting.

I read that regular Minoxidil doesn’t work on some individuals because they lack a certain naturally produced enzyme on their scalp/skin, & therefore, they will never see any results.

Minoxidil Sulfate takes care of this problem because whether or not the individual has this “enzyme” it will work regardless.

I can’t speak for anyone else, but Minox Sulfate has been a God send for me.

I can even see new hairs that are growing well below my normal hairline (about an inch to an inch & a half). So much so, that sometimes I have to pluck them because they are growing too low below my hairline.

But, that could also be because sometimes I’m in a rush and do not properly wash and Minox Sulfate that drips down my forehead.

I should try applying it to the back of my hand as an experiment to see if I grow hair there,lol.

If anyone else has any experience with using minoxidil sulfate or mixing DMSO with minoxidil sulfate, your comments or thoughts would be greatly appreciated.


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