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    Flawless and itching


    Has anybody else experienced some itching to area right after applying flawless? It's nothing too major but is pretty annoying, especially when I use eviscerate and can't scratch without spreading the eviscerate. And no, I don't use eviscerate and flawless in the same areas so it's not from the eviscerate.

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    its due to the drying, just leave it alone. but i get it sometimes.
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    Flawless contains TRPV1 agonists....compounds that activate pain and sensation receptors in the skin. This is what you are feeling. As the nerves fire, they are depleted of substance P and CGRP, thus deadening the area. This is the theory behind using Capsaicin cream for back pain and arthritis pain.

    Anyway, this reaction also causes a healing reaction, since your body thinks the area has been burned/injured and speeds to heal ASAP. You will have new cell formation, recruitment of dermal satellite cells, and a localized production of IGF-1 in the area.

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    topical capsacin i read works on the scalp for hair regrowth throught the IGF1 mechanism you mentioned for patients with alopecia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    topical capsacin i read works on the scalp for hair regrowth throught the IGF1 mechanism you mentioned for patients with alopecia.
    It's very dose-sensitive. Too much or too often of a dosing will deplete CGRP and cause the opposite reaction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    It's very dose-sensitive. Too much or too often of a dosing will deplete CGRP and cause the opposite reaction.
    well my grandma has alopecia, so what would be the best way to test this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    well my grandma has alopecia, so what would be the best way to test this?
    First, what kind of alopecia? Some are immune-based, which this will not help.

    Flawless might actually be a decent test. It has some of the ingredients to help fight inflammation, stimulate iGF-1 production, and increase antioxidant state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    First, what kind of alopecia? Some are immune-based, which this will not help.

    Flawless might actually be a decent test. It has some of the ingredients to help fight inflammation, stimulate iGF-1 production, and increase antioxidant state.
    she doesnt know it was diagnosed a long time ago, i can maybe only assum immune based,

    some are androgen based if im not mistaken which i dont think is a reason.
  

  
 

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