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We’re Also Clients

Sy is still a client, but the company has changed dramatically. However, from Stylists, to Center Managers to even our CEO, many Hair Club employees are still clients today.

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Hollywood Star Hosts New Commercial

Check out our latest infomercial featuring our favorite superhero! See why actor Dean Cain recommends Hair Club to help you get the full hair you’ve always wanted. With several different hair restoration options, Hair Club has the perfect hair loss solution for you.

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Is Hair Loss Linked to Prostate Cancer?

A recent study published in in the Journal of Clinical Oncology reports that men with male pattern baldness at age 45 have a 40% increased risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer later in life, as opposed to 45-year-old men with no hair loss.

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Hair Club Happenings

The Hair Club Towson Center, located in Suite 340 of 110 West Road in Towson, Maryland will be open for business as of Tuesday December 9, 2014. Towson marks Hair Club’s second hair restoration center in Maryland, the first being Hair Club Columbia, located in Columbia, MD.


Hair Club Happenings

Hair Club Brooklyn, located in Suite 1200 of 44 Court Street in Brooklyn, New York opened for business on Tuesday November 11, 2014. The new center, located in Brooklyn Cluster/Downtown Brooklyn submarket on the Northwest corner of Court Street and Joralemon Street, is a 14 story pre-war building with brick and mortar steel beam construction.


Hair Club Happenings

This Halloween, mankind needs to be rescued from the terrors of baldness. Transform dead, bald dudes into gorgeous chick magnets in Hair Club’s fun online shooter game— Dead Sexy: Invasion of the Bald Zombies. For each zombie you hit, you will be one step closer to The Hair Club Mansion where perfect hair and lovely ladies await. But beware of zombie attacks! Too much hair damage and the game will be over.


Hair Loss Breakthroughs

A recent study published in in the Journal of Clinical Oncology reports that men with male pattern baldness at age 45 have a 40% increased risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer later in life, as opposed to 45-year-old men with no hair loss.