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expat123

beijing 101

Post by expat123 » Thu, 26 May 2005 6:02 pm

has anyone tried the hair treatment there? if so, do they work?

Guest0

Re: beijing 101

Post by Guest0 » Fri, 27 May 2005 1:04 pm

expat123 wrote:has anyone tried the hair treatment there? if so, do they work?
know of someone who had tried.

Probably, u can email him to ask more about his experience?
email: pcksg@yahoo.com.sg

Guest

Post by Guest » Fri, 27 May 2005 1:48 pm

Yun Nan BioHerbal Technology

Glower

Hairiser

Hair Tonic

guest0

Re: beijing 101

Post by guest0 » Fri, 27 May 2005 3:16 pm

Guest0 wrote:
expat123 wrote:has anyone tried the hair treatment there? if so, do they work?
know of someone who had tried.

Probably, u can email him to ask more about his experience?
email: pcksg@yahoo.com.sg
sorry, wrong email address, it should be : pcksp@yahoo.com.sg

guest_david_leong

don't try Yun Man

Post by guest_david_leong » Sun, 29 May 2005 1:51 pm

Anonymous wrote:Yun Nan BioHerbal Technology

Glower

Hairiser

Hair Tonic
I have tried Yun Man Bioherbal 2 years ago. Spent over S$4000 and made it even worst. Those people only hard sell the products and hope you buy a 6-months treatment (by one payment). Then after 5 months, I stopped and went to see a derm. who do hair transplant. He said many patients were like me, treated even worse with Yun Nan. :evil:

kang

hair transplant

Post by kang » Sat, 04 Jun 2005 5:03 am

hi david, u mind sharing which derm did yr transplant. what r the charges like? many thanks. I am considering a hair transplant too.

Guest

Post by Guest » Sun, 19 Jun 2005 12:16 pm

I totally agree about YUNNAN. I called them up on the phone and all that girl on the other end was interested in was to get me to come down for an appt, with promises of "free gifts" and whatnot. Could already feel the pressure without being there personally. If their products really work, people will flock to them. There is no need for aggressive hard-selling or advertisement. Consumers should use their common sense. Perhaps those who've been to them should share their experiences with the rest to benefit everyone.

tomcat

Post by tomcat » Mon, 20 Jun 2005 8:16 pm

Well, if they have not pushed harder for the packages, where are the hefty marketing and promotion budget in various media coming from? As for the hair transplant, there is a Derm at Sinova Medical Centre, check out yourself at 68873333.

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