Cell Doctor News. October 2018


Why I Avoid Stock Photos

The most dangerous thing may be not criticism but applause. If you love the applause, you start to freeze for fear that the next thing you do will not bring applause … CONTINUE READING


Why You Should Use Altar™ After Every Vampire Procedure

The active ingredient in Altar™ is SBD-4. SBD-4 is a patented extract from the root of the plant Angelica sinensis, which grows in the high altitudes of China, Japan, and Korea. SBD-4 has been demonstrated to do some rather remarkable things … CONTINUE READING


Possible Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction Post Bicycle Injury

*** The following is a transcript of a webinar for the Cellular Medicine Association from Sept.12, 2018, with Dr. George Ibrahim. The full transcript can be read and heard by logging into the membership sites.

Typically, this (erectile dysfunction from a bicycle injury) happens oftentimes in younger guys where erectile dysfunction would never even be thought of. They are, by definition, usually very active, because they’re riding a bike … CONTINUE READING

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3 thoughts on “Cell Doctor News. October 2018”

  1. I have read where you can put progestrone with PRP and use it on
    eyebrows and possibly in the scalp as well. What do you think about
    this and do you recommend or tried it and if so how much do you mix
    with the PRP.

    Second question is about the eyebrows and and lashes. Has anyone
    tried PRP on lash line with a tatoo needle that is usually used for
    eyeliner? If so, what do you think about this and your thoughts.

    1. PRP works on the brow to increase thickness without using Progesterone (of course nutritional and thyroid status must be good).

      I have no experience with the lash line. Maybe someone else will leave a comment.

      1. Thanks it was a thought on the lashes since it would take very little PRP to needle it into the lash line with a fine tatoo cosmetic pen and then apply Latisse as well.

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