The last thing I want to do with any of my videos on hair is to convince someone that they should have surgery. I want to educate people and stop people who might otherwise have surgery from having a surgery they will regret. I also want to empower people who are struggling with hair loss to to make a positive step and take control of their hair loss whether that’s with the best preventative treatments available, concealers, scalp micro pigmentation, hair systems, shaving their head, or if they are the right kind of candidate and financially able then hair transplant. If you do choose to have a hair transplant these 10 things to NOT do will help you navigate your way to a much higher chance of successful surgery with a result that lives up to your expectations.
If you’re struggling with hair loss and considering transplant surgery I highly suggest you call my friend Steve Cook. He can help you find the best hair solution to suit your needs, and give you a list of the best available options. Steve is a great wealth of information , and he’s the most knowledgable and honest person I’ve met in the hair restoration business. You’ll learn a ton when you speak with him.
Mobile phone: +1 (305) 416-8418
PS: I don’t use Minoxidil or Finasteride. I personally feel there are too many negative side effects from both. Though I know people who use both and are happy with them. The only thing I use to maintain my hair is a laser hat. I use one every other day, and I highly recommend that all guys buy one as they are FDA approved and scientifically PROVEN to help strengthen your hair, maintain it, and in many cases even re-grow it. The best part is that there are no negative side effects, only an upside. Here’s the hat I personally use, and thanks to my recent partnership with iRestore you get a $150 off coupon if you use this link and the promo code: REGROWTH150 – http://bit.ly/2pjMDfy