Welcome to Follicle Thought

This website is dedicated to the millions of people around the world who have an interest in hair restoration, especially those who are new to the subject. Started in February 2015, this site will examine the treatments that are available and treatments being developed to regenerate one’s hair follicles. The intention here is for people to feel comforted by this site and know that interest in hair growth treatments is very common among wide groups of peoples.

The vision for this site is to be a wellspring of support and hope as well as a vibrant meeting place for the exchange of ideas, and the right people to carry them out. Follicle Thought believes that by increasing awareness about the truth of hair regeneration, we can make a difference and alter the course of the cure coming to be.

Best wishes to the visitors of this site.

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    • Hello Marthinus,

      Thanks for your comments, I really appreciate it. You may subscribe to new blog posts by entering your email in the right hand sidebar.
      Joseph @ Follicle Thought

  1. Thank you very much for your hard work.Your article is very helpful .Best wishes from china.

  2. Very deep thought! all your articles is worth reading speacially your Ultimate Guide to Hair Regeneration.
    keep up the good work

  3. Thanks for all the research, articles and all the updates. Best site I have found in the web.

    Greetings from Germany

  4. Hi Joseph, Thank you for taking the time and effort to share your research and thoughts on the progress of hair restoration. I really appreciate that you cover a wide range of systems without a biased opinion. I will definitely be following your site closely. Hopefully we are close to a cure! Best wishes

  5. Hi .. Thanks for the site and info.
    My hair is really thinning and I have been using rogaine , alas I see no real result. I am very disheartened because over the years I have lost my self confidence and rarely socialize. I know people have worst diseases like cancer and worst .., Is it too much to hope for a cure in a year or so .. I keep reading about new ways and drugs .. but I really don’t see how and when anything can become available in US. I am vain I suppose , guilty as charged , but if I don;t get my hair back I might die of loneliness that would lead to cancer and host of other diseases .. ANY NEW UPDATES? Please post something new.

    • Hi Matt,

      I’m doing my best. There should be some good announcements over the next 3 months. Hang in there.


  6. Great research! Thank for helping us understand what’s up and coming.

  7. Are you on Twitter for the sake of linking your articles? If not, you should be.

  8. Very interesting articles on your website. Your articles do give impression hairless will be successfully treated in coming years. But we are still waiting for news that something works here and now! Let’s hope we won’t all be too old if that day arrives)

  9. Hi Joseph, thanks for the well researched & honest website you have put together. Just touching base on the progress of the Turkish hair cream. Is it available anywhere to buy yet? Last I heard it was getting released to the Turkish market earlier in the year. I haven’t heard much since then. Any thoughts would be much appreciated.
    Regards, Mick

    • Hi Mick,

      Thank you for the kind words. Are you referring to Kelopesia? The last I’ve heard if that they are looking at a Jan 2017 release date or so. It has seemingly been a long time since we first heard the news, but we will have to wait for that date unless they announce some news.


  10. Has anyone used/know of this product?
    Morr-F Topical (Minoxidil 5% Finasteride 0.1%) from India

  11. This site gives me hope. Tried Rogaine but ended up getting panic attacks and weird heart palpitations after a year. The worst panic attack was during a morning hangover after a night of bindge drinking. After that I called it quits on the rogaine. Rogaine is a vascular relaxer, that probably had something to do with the attacks and palpitations. I used to have lucious hair. I used to see balding men and feel bad and think I would never be like that. Now here I am in my twenties thinning out hard! Hoping a company like Replicell will create an affordable solution for this before I go completely bald. This is a helpful site.

    • Glad to hear the site is helpful to you Marty. Wish you the best.

  12. Joseph,

    Once this site had a very organized overview of updates listed out by company. Is that link or page still up? I realize most of the articles are updates but this was one overview odf the updates. Thanks

  13. Hi Did you ever hear of a drug for AU called sulfasalazine? and what do you know about it?

  14. Very Inspiring site… Thank you for all your hard work. Had no idea there was so much new potential treatments in the pipeline. Brilliant news.

  15. i am writing this as a last hope i am 28 years age since 14 years i am facing apolecia areata . Dermatologists tried their best but all in vain .Get benefit for temporary basis hairs gets fine but after an year or few months its again vanish patch appears and then gets bigger and bigger leads towards Baldness. please help me ANything CAN PRP or transplant will help ? i want to get married etc

    • Have you researched JAK inhibitors for Areata or talked to your dermatologist about it?

  16. Hi – I have a couple of friends who have tried mesotherapy for their hair and have had astounding results – a full head of hair within 4-5 months! I haven’t tried it as I’m unsure what kind of side effects there are (haven’t seen any on my friends yet though). No one on this forum seems to recommend it or are talking about it. Is there a reason for that? Is it unsafe? Why aren’t more people advocating it? Thanks!

    • Hi Priya, the only thing I can think of is the results must not be seen in all of the patients who try it, otherwise it would naturally be known throughout the internet and hair industry. Any doctor’s office who created an effective mesotherapy treatment would have no problem spreading the word if it was truly producing results repeatedly. Photos of multiple patients would be necessary to corroborate the treatment’s efficacy.

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