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Case Study: Young client encouraged by his parents to seek a solution to hair loss

July 28th, 2021 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Case Studies

Archie* presented at the Ashley and Martin medical hair loss clinic with very poor hair quality. It was very dry and brittle and his scalp was showing through.

At just 25 years old he was getting more and more concerned about his appearance and had been prompted to contact a hair loss specialist after seeing an ad on tv. He discussed it with his parents and they encouraged him to make an appointment and visit the clinic – they could see how his hair loss was affecting his confidence and were keen to support him any way they could.

After a thorough scalp examination, Archie’s consultant diagnosed him with male pattern baldness, Norwood level III vertex. The consultant explained that his poor hair quality was more than likely caused by the hormone Dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT is an androgen and high levels of androgens can shrink hair follicles causing hair to grow out looking thinner and more brittle. His consultant recommended the Ashley and Martin 12 month RealGROWTH® treatment program, explaining that the clinically proven plan actually stimulates dormant follicles and regenerates your own hair. With a 98% chance of success, Archie felt very reassured and went home to think about his options and discuss them with his parents.

Two days later he went back to the clinic and signed up.

Sixteen weeks after that he was sitting at his first progress review, looking at the images of his hair regrowth so far and was very happy with the result. He already knew it was working…his mates had all commented on the change and he could feel the difference when he ran his fingers through his hair – where it had been dry and brittle was now thick and soft. Archie was keen to stick to the treatment plan and couldn’t wait to see his next set of progress photos.

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