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Lavon: My Hair Loss Story

I started looking into different products on supermarket shelves, but I was losing hope. One day I was sitting in my room and I happened to see a commercial for Hair Club, and I decided to do something about it.

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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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Healthy Hair

Thinning hair is a prevalent complaint among men and women of all ages. And just like headaches and acne, there is no shortage of products on the market claiming to help alleviate its symptoms. But with drugstores stocked with hair-thickening products touting all sorts of claims, it can be difficult to decipher between them and determine which work, which are safe and which aren’t. Before you burn a hole in your pocket there’s a few things you should understand when it comes to purchasing hair-thickening products.

Healthy Hair

With winter’s extreme weather, hair can be left fragile and prone to breakage come spring. That’s why stylists say spring is the perfect opportunity to reverse any damage caused by winter’s freezing cold, rain and snow. Hair Club’s stylists have some easy tips to get your hair in shape for spring.

Hair Club Happenings

On March 21, 2014 Nicole, Lourdes, Holly and Lauren from Hair Club Allentown attended the 10th Annual Children’s Alopecia Project Spring Spectacular. The Children’s Alopecia Project (CAP) is an organization designed to help children with Alopecia feel more comfortable while coping with this hair loss condition. The organization was founded 10 years ago by Jeff Woytovich, a father whose daughter was diagnosed with Alopecia at age 5. He wanted to find other children with Alopecia like his daughter so that they would feel less alone and have one another to relate to.