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Case Study: RealGROWTH Treatment Helps Client Maintain New Hair Long Term

July 22nd, 2019 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Case Studies

A long-term client of Ashley and Martin, Harvey* found it convenient that no matter where he lived he was able to transfer to the local clinic without cost. When a family member had first recommended he call Ashley and Martin, Harvey had just celebrated his 21st birthday. Barely out of his teens, Harvey felt he was far too young to be losing his hair. Talking about this with his consultant, he disclosed he had been losing his hair for approximately eight months. However, upon examination the consultant could see that the onset of Harvey’s hair loss had begun as much as four years ago. Diagnosed with male pattern hair loss, Norwood III, the consultant had recommended a RealGROWTH® medical hair regrowth program as the course of action best suited to give him the results he was looking for.

Not wanting to lose his hair like his father and brother, 21-year-old Harvey signed up for treatment.

In the first four months of his treatment program, Harvey found the excessive shedding slowed and eventually retuned to its normal rate. Follicles in his temples that had been dormant began to grow fine, new hairs filling in the deep recession he had developed. Extremely happy with the early results of his program, Harvey knew he had made the right decision in calling Ashley and Martin. By the time his RealGROWTH® program was complete, the overall density of his hair had increased and temporal recession disappeared. People meeting him now would never be able to tell he had once been losing his hair.

Now 23 years old, Harvey had been able to maintain the results he had achieved with his RealGROWTH® program over the long term. Seeing a strong frontal hair line in the mirror each morning, Harvey knew regrowing hair with a RealGROWTH® program had been money well spent.

*name changed to protect privacy