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    Im just wondering is the growth rate of skin quicker in younger people. I have heard from many people who are young and are trying to restore get new skin quite quickly?

  • #2
    Absolutely! The younger you are the quicker it goes. Its NOT uncommon for guys in their teens to get it done in 2 years. This is because the younger you are , the more mitosis and growth you have going on. I'm and old fucker and it's taken me almost 3 years to get to CI 3.5.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by parsecskin View Post
      Absolutely! The younger you are the quicker it goes. Its NOT uncommon for guys in their teens to get it done in 2 years. This is because the younger you are , the more mitosis and growth you have going on. I'm and old fucker and it's taken me almost 3 years to get to CI 3.5.
      I am 18 and starting now! will it be 2 years for me? I would have started at 16, but I Was caught up in loosing weight and other stuff. I am 18 now, skinny and have a good bit of slack from small methods i did while loosing weight.

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      • #4
        Im 18 too however ive just started but keep the work up and grow some skin!

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        • #5
          I've come to a no on this one, my sons at time would accelerate past me, at other times, I have had better progress than them, so I can honestly say this one is busted.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by parsecskin View Post
            Absolutely! The younger you are the quicker it goes. Its NOT uncommon for guys in their teens to get it done in 2 years. This is because the younger you are , the more mitosis and growth you have going on. I'm and old fucker and it's taken me almost 3 years to get to CI 3.5.
            That is good news for me.

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            • #7
              Being consistent and steady is the key. When growth stops or slows down for me, I either take a small break or change the routine I'm using.

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              • #8
                Yes, rest is as important as tugging. Your skin needs a break once and a while to recover from the stress you are putting on it.

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                • #9
                  Yea, younger skin gets restored easily as they cells regenerate faster as compared to an older person

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                  • #10
                    Wellllllll......hmmm. I'll throw in my obsessive take on it:

                    I'd like to see some published proof that skin expansion, not just maintenance of the skin, happens faster in young persons. By proof I don't mean anecdotal stories, or quotes from forums, but rather something proven in a scientific setting.

                    Infants, children, and young adults are in various stages of accelerated organ development, no argument there, but that refers mostly to internal organ development. Maybe this is where the idea that faster skin expansion for younger people came from? Or maybe it comes from the fact that collagen (beneath skin) production slows in older people? I ask because here's the problem:

                    Clinical skin expansion (implanted expanders) carries with it a lot of problems, and younger patients are known to have more problems and bad outcomes than older people (generally speaking). Makes "restoring" and that often repeated "younger people" thing kinda interesting, doesn't it. No proof that restoration is faster for young people has been posted that I know of, just repeated anecdote. Which ain't proof.

                    Our "restoring" is skin expansion, not anything else: skin expansion causes skin to add more to itself than it would've done in maintaining itself. Skin expansion, the way we do it, carries way fewer problems. But nobody really knows if cells divide faster, beyond the maintenance rate, for young people. If nothing else, skin is an organ which is primarily finished developing in younger people, and it isn't under the same hormonal influences that cause accelerated development other places in the body. So ... one thing doesn't necessarily mean the other, and none of this has anything to do with the natural process that causes additional mitosis due to tension/stress. So I gotta say........a little published proof would help here. I haven't found it yet.
                    Last edited by Info; 04-26-2016, 07:38 PM.

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                    • #11
                      I think that while a younger man might possibly experience some faster cellular growth, an older person might be better at committing to a long-term project such as FR. Ultimately it will take me as long as it needs to. Also, parsecskin isn't quite an old fucker just yet, but well on his way.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by rjc9699 View Post
                        I think that while a younger man might possibly experience some faster cellular growth, an older person might be better at committing to a long-term project such as FR. Ultimately it will take me as long as it needs to. Also, parsecskin isn't quite an old fucker just yet, but well on his way.
                        Hi Ray, good to see you back. A lot of the old regulars are slowly finding the new forum. Hopefully Trombone doesn't fear his ugly head.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by parsecskin View Post

                          Hi Ray, good to see you back. A lot of the old regulars are slowly finding the new forum. Hopefully Trombone doesn't fear his ugly head.
                          just ignore whoever he is

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