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Your programme is split into five guides below. You may access them in any order though each is vital for the successful treatment of hair loss with any product. Guides are produced in close consultation with expert clinical hair & scalp specialists in the UK.
Guide #1: Sticking with it
This guide is about consistency.
If you're serious about seeing success you'll need to have a 'never miss' attitude.
Why? Just like the constant nurturing of the soil is needed before 'green shoots' begin to show:
You'll need to use your treatment continuously throughout this period to see success.
Guide #2: About duration
It may shock you to learn what professional hair loss clinics consider a success...
Truth is, a one month’s bottle of any hair loss treatment on this Earth isn’t going to make a noticeable difference in anyone's hair. Thirty days is simply not long enough for the hair follicles to respond to treatment. It’s like taking one single antibiotic capsule from a course of 7 days and expecting it to work.
This transparent guide gives it you straight and states clearly why you need to be in it for the long haul.
Guide #3: Apply it professionally
The time to master your application technique is from the start of your treatment programme.
By getting this aspect of your treatment right from day one you will: -
Guide #4: How to check results
Check if your treatment is working before there's any visible evidence...
Perhaps one of the most valuable tools contained in these guides is a test that takes just 60 seconds to conduct and it will show you the progress of your product/s.
The test has been scientifically standardised by PhD; Jeffrey J. Miller, MD of Penn State Health in his ground-breaking study on hair loss count.
Guide #5: What's my problem?
If you are certain of the cause of your hair loss and / or thinning and have chosen to 'Self-prescribe' then this is perfectly fine. If not then it’s risky; prescription without diagnosis is malpractice.
This guide answers questions like: "How long should I give my treatment?" and "Am I using the correct treatment for my type of hair loss?" and guidance on further signposting.