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Case Study: Client Finds His Turning Point After Constant Comments From Friends

July 22nd, 2019 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Case Studies

John’s* friends were constantly giving him grief over the condition of his hair. And while he knew there was no malice or actual judgement in it, that did not stop the comments from having a negative impact on the way he saw himself. His hair had only been shedding at an accelerated rate for the past two or three years, but the speed at which his hair was disappearing was quite distressing. Six months previously the comments and the degree of hair loss together had prompted John to start considering treatment.

Knowing it was likely he was suffering from male pattern baldness passed down to him from his father’s side of the family, it came as no surprise to John when his consultant diagnosed him with this form of alopecia. It was explained to John that his Norwood III vertex loss would respond best to a multi-faceted medical treatment approach. Ashley and Martin’s RealGROWTH® medical hair loss treatment would address both the cause and the effects of his hair loss.

Thirty-four years old and keen to reverse the damage as soon as possible, John commenced treatment that same day.

And four months later his only regret was that he had not reached out to Ashley and Martin online a lot sooner. The early results of his medical hair loss treatment were so astounding that he was telling everyone who would listen to go to Ashley and Martin for help. The regular laser therapy appointments and daily treatment routine had taken so little time out of his schedule it was hard to believe it had had such a large effect on his appearance. Parts of his scalp that had been all but devoid of hair were now covered in new, healthy growth and the sparsely covered areas were thicker and completely covered. John could not stop singing the praises of his RealGROWTH® medical hair regrowth treatment program.



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