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My hair loss success story

After experiencing hair loss and finding a cure for it, I feel passionate about sharing my story – my hope when writing this is to help anyone experiencing hair loss and helping them overcome it.

 

Probably like most of you reading this; I looked in the mirror one morning and discovered I was losing my hair. Statistics tell us that 90% of men, aged eighteen to seventy-five experience some form of hair loss in their life – I was seventeen and this was of no comfort to me. After going through all the emotions of upset and frustration, getting the sinking feeling every time I looked closely at my hairline and asking myself why did this have to happen to me now, I came to a couple of conclusions. Firstly… This sucks. And secondly… surely in this day and age, science must have come up with a solution and I shouldn’t have to go bald.

 

I was right on both accounts.

 

Going bald does suck. It doesn’t hurt, it doesn’t make you a bad person, it’s not going to kill you; it just sucks. Plain and simple. But I knew if I did my research and looked for the best possible solution, I would find one.

 

My quest for a hair loss cure started of course, on the internet. I was after a quick fix, it was as though my hair loss was getting worse by the minute and I had to stop it right now. I looked for quick solutions and I found them – product after product, claiming to “regrow your hair in 30 days” and “miracle hair growth capsules”. Now I was faced with the problem of sifting through the rubbish. Which product works? How do I know it isn’t dangerous for me? How will I know if it is working?

 

So I started researching about the science of hair, its growth, health, factors contributing to its growth and its loss. I had to know everything about it in order to fix it. Hair loss is no miraculous disaster and there is no miracle cure as of yet – just science. We can lose our hair for lots of different reasons and re-growing it is purely a scientific matter.

 

Male pattern baldness (MPB) is the most common form of hair loss. The shrinking of your hair follicles caused by a chemical imbalance. Pure and simple. To stop or reverse this process we can trick our body and introduce hormones (risky due to side effects) or we can give our hair follicles the utmost care and help them flourish. Think of your hair follicles as a tropical plant in a greenhouse in Scotland. Left unattended the plant will die; but given heat, humidity and the proper environment, it will bloom.

 

After trying out dozens of products and treatments, I am happy to say that I have found the solution and I have stuck with it for almost three years. I have accomplished my goal and kept my virtually full head of hair.

 

I use three products; Alpecin Caffeine Shampoo (literally replaces your old shampoo), TRX2 (a food supplement in tablet form) and Minoxidil supplied to me by The Belgravia Centre (applied to your scalp in liquid and cream form on a morning and on a night).

 

So there it is, the only safe and reliable hair loss treatment that has worked for me. I hope this short article helps anyone that is looking for a solution for hair loss. If you are still sceptical; give it a go, what’s the worst that could happen?

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I'd be keen to see some, being slightly cynical it sounds like an advertisement of some kind.

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Crap like this makes me mad . What r u doing to stop the dht from shrinking ur hair follicles ? U think a shampoo is going to stop that ? N why r u paying Belgravia a middle man for minoxidil that u can buy at. Grocery store but for triple the cost ? Y r u paying belgravia for info about hairloss when u know all the information about hairloss from the Internet n forums.. sell ur cure to the government n get it FDA approved then do ur advertisement.. u just talking out of ur aSS N I WOULD OF FELL FOR IT . If I didn’t try all that crap before n wasted my time .. losing hair is a big deal n a tough battle .. don’t belittle us with ur crap cure , u would of been rich already if u had the answers ..

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Can you post some pictures prior to treatment and after?


I do not provide medical advice, recommendations, all responses are my opinion.

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Hmmm. Something tells me we won't hear from 'Jordan' again...

 

Another of the one (post) and done crew.


I am an online representative for Farjo Hair Institute

 

Dr. Bessam Farjo is an esteemed member of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians

 

I am not a medical professional and my words should not be taken as medical advice. All opinions shared are my own.

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Lotta words and no pictures.

 

This is an odd one. I usually try to read between the lines in these 1st post adverts, but I think we're being set up.

 

Not that I'm cynical...


Just Sayin' What most People are Thinkin'

 

My Hair Regimen: Lather, Rinse, Repeat.

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