Can you help me figure something out here, ironman? You are chosen at random to have some guy that doesn't represent an approved clinical trial study group, spray a couple of different formula's on you, on different test spots on your body and face and then he used a light-based laser or IPL's to warm the special cream or spray, and with just one treatment, you have only a few hairs left on the areas where you had this special spray used along with the light-based therapy?? Long sentence and poor grammar, I know, so my apologies for that, but did I sum that up correctly? Is he making this in his kitchen, garage, basement?? I know you can't answer that, but my imagination is on the loose.
What I don't understand is, why is he so difficult to make contact with? Wouldn't you think he would want to see or hear from the people that he tried his special spray on to see if it worked?? I would think he would want to evaluate his product. I can only imagine how excited he would be to know that he may be responsible for bringing so much happiness to the hairy and wealth to himself beyond his comprehension!
Maybe he knows he has hit the jackpot and is purposely in hiding until he can get get protection for his product. Sort of like if someone wins the 300,000,0000 lottery, they don't tell anyone until they hire an attorney and lock the ticket away for safe keeping.
Are you from Canada? I feel like we've had discussions about this before on hairtell. I even participated in a survey from an inventor(s) in Canada by answering questions about hair removal. It all centered around using a topical with light-based products to permanently remove all colors of hair in any phase of growth.
This will certainly be big news to the world. When I hear about stories like this, I am not ready to jump on the scam wagon, because I think that it will be possible to interfer with hair growth at the cellular level, meaning, interfering with the cells RNA. It all revolves around getting the biology, chemistry and delivery system just right so that those tough little hairs can be affected.
Put your best detective hat on ironman and go find him!
Thanks for the pictures.
Dee Fahey, R.N., C.T.
Licensed by the State Medical Board of Ohio for Nursing license and Cosmetic Therapy/Electrolysis license
British Institute & Association of Electrolysishttp://www.electrolysis.co.uk/?page_id=16