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CS, a friend sent me a link to this product, worth trying?

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CS, a friend sent me a link to this product, worth trying?

Post  teacup on Mon Jan 11, 2016 4:25 pm

CS and others.. what are your opinions on this topical one that has minerals . ionic .. lazer engineered? minerals.

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Ionically charged copper peptides shorten the Telogen “resting phase” resulting in more hair follicles being in the growing phase “Anagen” at one time (as opposed to “Catagen” falling out phases or “Telogen” resting). Enhances natural growth processes in resting and thinning follicles.
Copper peptides have superoxide dismutation activity. SOD’s supports Nitric Oxide (NO) and “Endothelium-derived Relaxing Factor” which are a natural form of Minoxidil
Laser engineered traces of Iron, Zinc and Tin act to strengthen and support follicle elongation.
Electrically polarized copper stimulates follicles. Engineered copper minerals act as “conductors” of the body’s natural electrical impulses deposited right at the hair bulb; they support the already present regeneration impulses.
Ionically charged gold has a subtle strengthening effect on the hair shaft itself, enhancing new thickness.
Copper based peptides have also been proven in clinical studies to help hair grafts “take” after a transplant. They will keep shafts in the follicles.

http://www.naturalcrown.com/why-crown-thinning-hair-restoration.html

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Mon Jan 11, 2016 5:25 pm

teacup - What they are stating can be true, however it's not clear if their product actually contains tri-peptides.

The study reference they use is not public, hard to comment on.

Hairevo.com has it's own version of copper Tri-peptides.

http://hairevo.com/shop/17-copper-tri-peptides

For additional information on it, click on the "more information tab"

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Post  cdto2012 on Mon Jan 11, 2016 9:21 pm

This interested me as I have some experience with nano colloidal silver, some background in bio-field resonance, and decent experience in electronics for  alternative treatments.
   It seems that the laser engineering is basically a mineral nano particle suspension method somewhat like a colloidal mix derived from electrolysis (the normal way to make colloidal silver) .  Here is where I derived the idea about the laser method.

https://books.google.de/books?id=4KbSBQAAQBAJ&pg=PA758&lpg=PA758&dq=laser+copper+suspension&source=bl&ots=CoHf8BAp1L&sig=8jPRZKHg-uL7asTcKuTtNO7Ltvs&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjZ3vXwv6HKAhWBliwKHS-tADEQ6AEISzAI#v=onepage&q=laser%20copper%20suspension&f=false

   The reason I bother to comment is that the price is around $50 per bottle I think.   Basically it is a solution of colloidal minerals, probably produced for $5.  The skin absorption rate may be unique, but it may not be something that other basic products can provide.  
   For colloidals in general, I have tried expensive versions of colloidal nano silver. I did not find that it did much for me to keep my skin clear, eating garlic works much better.  I know colloidal is solid theory, and said to be great for internal problems that topicals are not an option .

  As much as I support biofield tech and alternative high tech applications, the prices can get pretty steep when marketing fancy sounding mineral water. If money is not a concern, probably worth a try so you can tell us if it is a special product.

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Post  teacup on Wed Jan 13, 2016 12:06 am

Thank you!
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