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Case Study: Ashley and Martin’s Quick, Simple Routine Takes Care of Hair Loss

April 26th, 2017 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Case Studies

Shannon* was a private young man. He had been using Ashley and Martin’s RealGROWTH® medical hair regrowth program for four months and to date he had confided in no one other than a sibling that he was treating his hair. He had previously been to his GP in an attempt to solve his hair loss problems, and he had used an over the counter topical solution from his local pharmacy, but until now he had not found anything that worked to stop the accelerated hair fall he was experiencing.

Over the last four months, the twenty-six year old had watched as his hair fall returned to a healthy rate and subsequently increase in density until it was no longer possible to even tell he had once been losing his hair. Where his hair line had been week and individual hairs spaced sparsely enough to see through to his scalp, he now had the strong, thick hairline he remembered from three years ago. At the same time, the thinning on the top of his head had also covered back over with hair. This new growth had given Shannon the confidence to cut his hair shorter now he was no longer using length to give the illusion of thickness.

The routine Shannon had been using to reverse his Norwood III vertex hair loss had been quick, simple and taken care of in his own home. Every day he took a combination of herbal and prescription tablets and applied a small amount of the topical RealGROWTH® solution that had been compounded for him in the Ashley and Martin Pharmacy. No more than three minutes of effort each day was all it had taken to beat the genetic condition he shared with his brother, father and grandfather.

With results that spoke for themselves, Shannon was glad he had paid attention to the ad he had seen on television encouraging him to attend a free consultation with Ashley and Martin.






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