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Case Study: RealGROWTH Medical Hair Loss Treatment Succeeds Where Coffee Spray Lacks Results

June 17th, 2019 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Uncategorized

After three years of watching his scalp gradually become more devoid of hair, Aditya* turned to the internet for help. In his early thirties, Aditya knew the likely result if he did not find a treatment that worked soon; his hair loss was following the same pattern as his father’s. Aditya had been using a coffee spray to try and stimulate his hair follicles into new growth. However, if it had been having any effect at all, it was not showing. Aditya’s hair continued to thin. After six months of mulling over the idea of treatment, Aditya contacted Ashley and Martin online.

Meeting with his consultant, Aditya spoke with her about his medical history and how the men in his family were prone to hair loss. Upon examination, his consultant could see that the pattern of loss confirmed Aditya’s suspicion that his hair loss was genetically inherited. With no underlying illnesses of overtly stressful situations impacting Aditya’s hair growth, the consultant felt Aditya would be a perfect candidate for a medical hair regrowth treatment program.

Together with Low Level Laser Therapy, a combination of oral and topical medications, herbal capsules and specially formulated scalp cleansing products would be used to slow his hair loss to a natural rate, and stimulate the follicles to grow thicker, healthier hair.

Finding the program he had signed up for at his first appointment easy to incorporate into his daily routine, Aditya was especially impressed with the results he was seeing. The old adage, ‘if something is too good to be true, it is probably too good to be true’ was certainly not true in this case. No longer self-conscious of his balding pate, Aditya was thrilled with the service and results he had received at Ashley and Martin.





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