I've been working on growing back my thinning hair and receding hairline. A while back I watched this testimonial video and was intrigued:
I tried what that man mentioned, and amazingly within 2 days I had new stubble growing all over the place. I kept going with it, and it has restored my hair a great deal.
Although it had been working, the existing hair started getting quite dry and obviously lighter in colour. It reached a point where the existing hair was quite brittle, but the new hair was growing very nicely, so I cut everything very short and decided to start over.
Now my new hair is growing in nicely, and the new growth has definitely remained and is healthy. I've been playing with amounts, and can't figure out what the proper protocol is. I know that if I don't dilute the MMS enough with water (something like 100 drops in a few ounces), it'll actually hit a threshold where the some hair will actually break apart (I can grab and pull and some will break off). Also if I do a smaller amount, such as 20 drops in a few ounces of water, I don't see any new growth.
Basically all this is to ask - does anyone know the dilution point at which MMS is too strong to apply to the scalp/hair? At what point am I taking it too far? I'm looking for the strongest potency but not to the point where it will damage the integrity of my hair. I use a spray bottle to apply it. I was also considering adding a few drops of DMSO to the mix, but I've heard that DMSO is not advisable to apply anywhere on your head.
Another FYI - I also started applying it to my beard. To my amazement, my beard line has started moving from down near the bottom of my jaw to about half way up my cheeks. There's an amazing hair loss cure in MMS - I'm just trying to figure out the perfect long term protocol that both stimulates growth AND doesn't do any damage.
In the past I would have considered this post as vain and shallow, but it really shocked me to watch my hair get thinner day by day and see more and more of it in the drain rather than on my head.
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I would imagine pure MMS would just destroy existing hair that it touches right away - am I wrong? Perhaps it might be better on a completely bald spot?
I'm still playing with it. I use a 50ml dropper bottle. The effective dose that worked for me was 50 activated drops, with about 25 dmso drops and the rest water to fill the 50ml bottle. Then I'd apply a dropper full to each area. That bleaches existing hair and definitely gave me growth, but I'm more interested in finding the minimum effective dose (and proper amount of dmso). Doing same thing but with 20 activated drops and less DMSO, but no seeing any growth after applying for a week.
All that to say I'm still working on it. Please let me know if anyone finds the magic solution (or perhaps a great shampoo mixture).
Castor oil is another thing I'm playing with, but it's very messy and hard to get out of the hair. Very tricky to add castor oil to any experiment.
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