What is this clinical data that suddenly everybody wants on this forum? It is common knowledge among those who study skin that skin has a memory. If you rub a blister on your hand over and over, eventually you will form a callous to prevent a blister and the callous will stay there until you stop abrading the skin in that spot. If you tweeze hairs, you will eventually have coarse hairs in that spot because your skin has tried to create a hair so strong that you can’t tweeze it.
reply to my post asking to elaborate on skin memory.
my reply to post…
i would assume people ask for links to clinical data cause it is tested hypothesis from scientists. which helps validation of an idea.
if your/common knowledge of skin memory follows that way of thinking, then wouldnt my hair logically become fine again, if i stop plucking it?
thanx for your time