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Case Study: Client Thrilled with Results After Only Sixteen Weeks of Treatment with Ashley and Martin

February 13th, 2017 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Case Studies

Four months after starting his RealGROWTH® program, Matt’s* Norwood III vertex loss had made a dramatic turnaround. The 25 year old was thrilled with the difference just sixteen weeks had made.

Matt’s hair had begun to fall out at a higher rate than was natural four years ago. While it was not cause for alarm to begin with, the gradual hair fall mounted up; his hair becoming sparser as time went on. The idea of seeking treatment had played on his mind for a year before Matt took notice of advice he had found online. Using the contact form on our website, he contacted Ashley and Martin for help.

The scalp examination the consultant conducted confirmed what Matt had suspected. He had inherited his hair loss from his family. Genetics being one of the leading causes of hair loss in men, Ashley and Martin’s RealGROWTH® program was designed to help men in his situation. With a combination of anti-androgens, a topical solution, herbal supplements and laser therapy his consultant was confident Matt would regrow hair, giving him a fuller, thicker head of hair.

Matt signed up for treatment straight away. He was concerned about the way his hair loss was making him look and wanted to do something about it as soon as possible. He booked an appointment with the clinic hair loss doctor and was given the non-prescription hair growth products included in his program to take home and start using immediately.

Looking back, commencing a hair loss treatment plan with Ashley and Martin was a decision that Matt did not regret one bit. He had found exactly what he was looking for. And now no one who looked at him could see that he suffered from male pattern baldness.

 

 

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