Some people’s hair restoration transformations have been so life-altering that they are eager to share their story. For Neil, a Hair Club client since 1992, that’s exactly the case. Read on to hear how getting his hair back changed his life both physically and emotionally.
Minoxidil is an over-the-counter topical mediation that is used to stimulate hair growth and slow balding. In the United States, minoxidil has been approved for treating male-pattern hair loss for more than 15 years. The FDA-approved hair regrowth agent is a fundamental step in Hair Club’s EXT® Extreme Hair Therapy. Minoxidil is available in 2% and 5% solutions; the 5% solution is approved for use only by men in the U.S., 2% solution is also approved… Read more
Statistics show that half of one’s hair has already been lost before it becomes visible to the human eye. The revolutionary TrichoView technology allows Hair Club’s trained hair loss specialists to provide individuals with powerful insights into the unique properties and characteristics of their hair and scalp, unattainable anywhere else. These results help consumers and professionals better understand the case of hair loss at hand and determine the best solutions for those specific needs. The end result is seamless, natural-looking hair restoration, accurately customized to the individual.
Understanding the severity, prevalence and variation of male and female hair loss, Hair Club spent years developing this advancement in hair restoration and the industry-leader is thrilled to finally share the TrichoView technology with the public.
Hair Club (www.hairclub.com) marks its 11th year of partnership with the Trichotillomania Learning Center (TLC) as title sponsor of the organization’s 21st Annual National Conference, to take place April 25-27, 2014 at the Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel in Los Angeles, CA. TLC’s Annual Conference is the only multi-disciplinary conference in the world that focuses specifically on hair pulling disorder, skin picking disorder and related Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs).