This is no joke.
I post on hairsite.com and am a hair restoration doctor.
In course of discussions a possible venue we found out was TRANSPLANTING hair roots taken out by some method wherein some of the stem cells stick to the extracted roots and some stay behind.
We hear that often numerous sittings are required to actually get rid of the unwanted hair during electrolysis.
That means some stem cells do stay back in the treated area.
But nobody till date has replanted those extracted roots into an area of hair loss or thinning.
Will they grow ?
Any info or advise will be most welcome.
Please also let me know if there is any other method than electrolysis which you feel may be more helpful.
My aim is not to destroy hair roots but rather to multiply them this way.
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