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Four Years of Self Management Did Nothing, Then He Came to Ashley and Martin

May 6th, 2019 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Case Studies

It took ten days for Matthew* to decide he wanted to go ahead and sign up for his RealGROWTH® program.

During the free consultation he had booked online, Matthew’s consultant had diagnosed him as having early stage III Male Pattern Hair Loss. Although fit and healthy, the severe recession in his temples and the generalised thinning all over had been contributed to by his family history of androgenic alopecia. Matthew’s father had lost his hair and he did not want to go the same way; especially as he worked in sales where image is everything.
The treatment program the consultant presented to him was designed to disrupt the genetic process causing his hair to shed at a higher than normal rate, prompt dormant follicles into their growth phase, promote thicker, healthier hair growth and produce a healthy environment for new hair to grow.

Although the last four years of self-management and over the counter treatments had done nothing to solve his problem, the 29-year-old still took the information he was presented with home to think over. He had been thinking about medical hair loss treatment for a year now, a few extra weeks to make a considered decision was worth it to him.

Now, sixteen weeks after he had returned to his consultant to commence treatment, he was glad he had been prompted to contact Ashley and Martin by the advertising that had resonated with him. His hair was on its way to returning to its original, dense condition and he felt great about what he was seeing. His insecurities over his appearance had disappeared and looking at his first set of Ashley and Martin Review photos, he knew he had made the right decision to stop using non-prescription remedies and seek medical treatment for his hair loss.

 

 

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