A Step-By-Step Program For Hair Regrowth
Without Drugs Or Surgeries
Built on science.  Validated by readers (see the photos).
"Thank you very much for your work."
Trent - U.S.A
Age 27
"I recovered about 40% of my previous hair loss... Hearty congratulations on your honest, logical and extensive work."
Mike - New Zealand
Age 63
Achieve Hair Recovery.  No Shampoos.  No Drugs.  No Surgeries.
I suffered from pattern hair loss for nearly a decade.  I spent thousands of dollars on drugs, topicals, shampoos, and supplements.  I bought every ebook I could find.  Nothing worked.  After almost ten years, I finally concluded our basic understanding of hair loss pathology might be wrong.

Then I abandoned all pills, supplements, and topicals -- and saw significant hair regrowth in one year.

Three years ago, I released a book and video about my hair recovery -- the science, process, and evidence.  I offered support to anyone who messaged me.  I worked one-on-one with as many readers as I could.

Now I've compiled this experience into a new package: a new book & video, before-after photos from readers, success story video interviews, and much more.
A 250+ page book on natural hair recovery
A 15-minute HD demonstration video
Success Stories
2+ hours of video interviews with reader success stories
Scientifically validated approaches for hair regrowth
"The recession in front is filling in VERY slowly, but it is filling in (the left side faster than the right for some reason). More noticeable is increased thickness where I still had hair... I’m seeing new hair growth where there hasn’t been hair in ten years. Amazing." 
JD Moyer - Oakland, CA
Sci-Fi Writer / Blogger
To all male and female hair loss sufferers:
Interested in learning the mechanisms behind hair loss, and how to stop hair thinning?
Pattern hair loss is progressive, frustrating, and extremely uncomfortable to talk about.  Even amongst my closest friends, I never told them my hair was thinning -- no matter how obvious.

Without a dialogue, many hair loss sufferers turn to conventional fixes -- drugs, pills, shampoos, and surgeries -- in hopes of reversing the problem. The result? They're left disappointed, as I was for nearly seven years while using Rogaine.  Others turn to online forums and health websites -- only to leave more confused and misinformed than before they started researching.

Hair loss is reversible.  I've done it, and I've shown others how to do it too.  As a former hair loss sufferer, I want you to:
  • Learn.  Uncover the root causes of hair loss (despite what most doctors say, it's not just the hormone DHT)
  • Understand.   Discover why nearly all hair loss drugs, supplements, and topicals fail to regrow much hair at all
  • Take Action.  Stop hair loss -- without a dependency on expensive drugs requiring life-long use
  • Achieve.  It takes persistence, but "natural" hair regrowth is possible -- and even scientifically validated
  • Become Healthier.   Uncover how hair loss may reflect larger, unresolved health issues -- and what to do about it  
    Who Am I?
    My name is Rob.  I've spent ten years researching pattern hair loss pathology.  In 2014, I founded Perfect Hair Health to share my research (and success) reversing pattern hair loss.
    My research began out of self-interest, when in 2007, a prominent hair loss surgeon diagnosed me with male pattern hair loss.  Here's the evidence:
    After the diagnosis, my doctor advised me to...
    •  Start using Rogaine (twice daily)
    •  Start taking 1mg of Propecia daily
    •  Do a trial of Luce low-level laser therapy
    •  Consider a hair transplant (in a few years)
    But I was still in school.  I couldn't afford a hair transplant.  And after my doctor described Propecia's side effects, I tossed out the prescription -- feeling like I had to choose between my hair or my sex life.

    But I was serious about treating my hair loss.  I knew that hair loss was progressive, and if I didn't do something, it would likely only get worse.

    So I immediately bought some Rogaine and started an eight-week trial of low-level laser therapy
    Treatment Attempt #1: Rogaine + Low-Level Laser Therapy
    If anything, applying Rogaine and doing low-level laser therapy helped ease my stress about hair loss.  I thought to myself, "I'm being proactive.  In a few months, things will be back to normal."

    I thought this way for months.  Regardless of what I saw in the mirror, I kept telling myself that these treatments take time to kick in (which is true -- they typically do).

    In August 2007 my laser trial ended and I hit the six-month mark on Rogaine.  Unfortunately, my hair loss hadn't improved.  I figured I was a slow responder.  Maybe I needed a few more months.  Maybe longer.

    Two years later, I finally admitted my hair loss wasn't improving -- it was getting worse.  Either I needed to accept my situation, or pursue different treatments.

    I decided to do the latter.
    New Treatment Attempts:  Topicals, Shampoos, Supplements, Diets 
    My doctor warned that if I stopped Rogaine, any hair it'd preserved would fall out in three to four months.  This worried me, so I kept using it, but also started experimenting with other topicals.  I tried (for months at a time) anything from emu oil to raw egg yolks.

    Then I turned to copper peptide shampoos.  Then volume-boosting shampoos.  Then "natural" DHT-inhibiting supplements -- like saw palmetto and Hair Essentials.  Then folate.  Then biotin.

    Neither the topicals, shampoos, nor supplements were working.  I was still thinning, and just as fast as before.

    So I began experimenting with every diet under the sun.  Vegetarian.  Raw vegan.  Gluten-free.  Low carb Paleo.  The Gerson Therapy diet.  Jack Lalanne juicing cleanses.  Water fasts.  The Autoimmune Protocol.  You name it -- I've probably tried it (and for extended periods).

    Then in 2011, my friend videotaped me climbing Bishop Peak in San Louis Obispo. When I replayed the video, I realized my hair loss was still worsening -- and now showing in photos.

    My Hair Loss Progression (2005 - 2011)
    2005 (before my hair loss diagnosis)
    Apologies for the photo quality -- these are screenshots from old videos (from 2005 to 2011, I didn't take regular pictures of my vertex)
    2011 (four years into Rogaine + other treatments)
    At this point, I knew I needed a new approach. I also realized that I was so focused on testing different hair loss treatments that I'd never actually invested significant time into understanding hair loss pathology.

    Rather, I was just reading hair loss forums, articles, and ebooks -- then emulating their proposed remedies.

    Why is this bad?  Because hair loss forums, articles, and ebooks are (at best) second-hand information.  They're written by random people on the internet -- most of whom are scientifically illiterate or financially motivated to misrepresent the very drug, topical, or supplement they praise.

    If I wanted real answers, I'd have to do the research myself.  I had a background in analytics; there was no reason I couldn't do it.  I even had access to scientific journals.  My hesitation was simply the time investment.

    I figured I faced three options: 1) start taking Propecia, 2) accept my hair loss, or 3) make the time investment, and start treating hair loss as an analytical (rather than an emotional) problem.

    So that's what I did.  I started reading every medical journal available -- studies, literature reviews, and emerging theories.  I emailed the authors of papers.  I committed myself to learning -- knowing full well that this would take multiple years, and there were no guarantees of success.

    Within a year of starting, one thing became clear: hair loss research is filled with major holes.
    Doctors Say, "DHT Causes Hair Loss"...  But Hair Loss Literature Says, "It's Not That Simple."
    The first thing I discovered while researching hair loss etiology: while most researchers agree that a hormone called dihydrotestosterone -- or DHT -- causes hair loss... nobody actually knows how  DHT causes hair loss.

    That struck me as odd.  DHT is a hormone that comes from testosterone.  DHT levels are higher in the scalps of balding men.  Because of this, most doctors say that DHT causes hair loss...  But is this actually true?

    Here's how my doctor described the process:

    For reasons not fully understood, DHT begins to accumulate near our hair follicles.  Our hair follicles then become sensitive to this DHT.  As a result, they start to shrink over a series of hair cycles.  This shrinking eventually leads to thinner, wispier hair... until the hair disappears and the follicles become dormant.  The end-result: baldness.
    Problem #1: The "DHT Causes Hair Loss" Theory Has Holes
    If this explanation feels incomplete, that's because it is.  Specifically, the DHT theory doesn't answer...
    • If DHT increases in our scalps, then what causes DHT to rise in the first place?
    •  How, exactly, does DHT miniaturize our hair follicles?
    • Why don't all men with high DHT experience hair loss?
    If you ask a doctor these questions, they'll likely give you this one-word answer: "Genetics."

    But if you ask any serious hair loss researcher, they'll say,  "We don't know.  Genetics helps predict someone's predisposition to hair loss, but that's about it."  After all, studies on genetically identical twins show that one twin can bald rapidly faster than his or her counterpart.  At a minimum, that suggests we're missing another variable.
    Problem #2: If DHT Causes Hair Loss, Then How Come Finasteride -- A Drug That Reduces DHT -- Doesn't Regrow All Lost Hair?
    Interestingly, hair loss drugs that reduce DHT have been available for decades.  You've probably heard of the most famous one -- a drug called Finasteride (branded as Propecia).

    Clinical studies show that 60-90% of patients taking Finasteride report an improvement in pattern hair loss.  That's an incredible response rate.  But when we dig deeper into the data, those numbers are far less promising.

    What these studies actually show is that 60-90% of Finasteride users report that the drug helped slow or stop their hair loss...  but only a very small percentage of these users actually reported significant hair regrowth.

    In other words -- Propecia helps most men maintain their hair.  But it rarely leads to a reversal in hair loss.

    There are also risks to taking DHT-reducing drugs like Propecia.  DHT is critical to male sexual development.  In fact, many patients taking Propecia end up experiencing side effects -- low sex drive, low energy, and erectile disfunction -- symptoms that sometimes persist indefinitely even after stopping treatment.

    This is why I didn't commit to Propecia. The risk didn't outweigh the payoff -- the "maintenance" of my hair. 

    And there's still that unanswered question: if DHT causes hair loss, then how come DHT-reducing drugs don't regrow all of our lost hair?

    Hair loss studies didn't have the answer, and that meant I needed to expand my search.
    Next Step: Expanding Research To Hair Loss-Related Fields (Endocrinology, Epigenetics, Cardiology)
    In academia, scientific research is highly specialized.  For example: it's rare for a cardiologist to share their findings with a hair loss researcher and vice-versa.

    The irony is that heart disease is closely correlated with hair loss.  And even more interestingly, cardiologists also study the hormone DHT, and specifically, DHT's role in heart disease.

    Cardiologists have even established that DHT -- the hormone involved in hair loss -- contributes to heart disease.

    According to the research, DHT helps promote the accumulation of two chronic, progressive conditions known as fibrosis and calcification...  And when these conditions occur in arteries, they restrict blood flow to the heart, thus contributing to heart attacks.

    Given the link between hair loss, heart disease, and DHT -- I wanted to know...

       1.  Is fibrosis or calcification also observed in balding scalps?
       2.  Could these conditions be a missing link in the "DHT causes hair loss" argument?
       3.  Could these conditions explain why DHT-reducing drugs fail to regrow much hair?

    Digging through the literature, it didn't take long to find answers.  Yes, fibrosis and calcification are observed in balding scalps.  Yes, these conditions help explain the holes in the DHT-hair loss theory.  And yes, calcification and fibrosis tell us why DHT-reducing drugs stop hair loss, but typically fail to regrow any hair at all.

    It turns out cardiologists had already answered hair loss' biggest questions.  They just didn't know it.
    The Connection Between Fibrosis, Calcification, DHT, And Baldness
    The best way to show the impact (and presence) of calcification and fibrosis is by revealing how both conditions actually change the landscape of our scalps. So, lift your hands and touch your scalp skin.

    First touch your scalp in thinning or balding areas -- like your temples or crown.  Then touch your non-thinning areas -- like the sides of your scalp.  Go ahead and pinch the skin.  What do you notice?

    You might notice that your balding regions have thicker, less pliable, and significantly less elastic skin.

    You almost might notice the skin on hair-bearing areas -- like the sides of your scalp near your sideburns -- moves more freely.
    So why do balding scalp regions feel differently than non-balding scalp regions? The answer: because balding scalp skin regions are riddled with fibrosis and calcification.
    What is fibrosis?  It's another term for "excess collagen". It's when our bodies over-accumulate connective tissue as a response to inflammation.  In advanced stages, fibrosis leaves the skin shiny and oily-looking.  And in balding scalps, fibrosis is technically known as "perifollicular fibrosis" -- or  fibrotic tissue encircling each hair follicle.

    We know from heart disease research that fibrosis inhibits blood, oxygen, and nutrient flow... but by how much? Well, research shows that balding scalp skin has just 60% the oxygen levels of hair-bearing scalp skin.  Without proper blood, oxygen and nutrient flow -- hair follicles cannot survive.

    What is calcification?  It's the abnormal deposition of calcium in our joints, tendons, soft tissues, and even capillary networks.  And believe it or not, calcification was first medically documented in balding scalps over 70 years ago.

    Dr. Frederick Hoelzel wrote about a connection with calcification, restricted blood flow, and baldness while studying cadavers.  He discovered that balding regions lined up to places where the scalp was completely calcified:

    “Baldness occurred in persons in whom calcification of the skull bones apparently had not only firmly knitted the cranial sutures but also closed or narrowed various small foramens through which blood vessels pass most prominently in persons with a luxuriant crop of hair.”

    In other words, the blood vessels supporting the hair follicles were calcified in thinning regions, so that less blood, oxygen, and nutrients could reach those follicles.  The end-result: hair miniaturization, and then baldness.
    Fibrosis & Calcification Explain Why Hair Loss Is Chronic And Progressive
    In heart disease patients, research shows that fibrosis and calcification build up slowly over many years -- and that the more fibrosis and arterial calcification present, the worse the restriction of blood flow to the heart.

    The same is true of our scalps.  More fibrosis and calcification means less blood flow and oxygen to our follicles. This is why our hair follicles begin to miniaturize, until they eventually disappear.
    Is Targeting DHT The Right Idea?  Not Necessarily
    By taking drugs to inhibit DHT, we can help slow or stop the progression of calcification and fibrosis.  Unfortunately, DHT-reducing drugs don't seem to reverse the scalp calcification and fibrosis already present.

    As a result, follicles that have atrophied beyond a certain point usually don't regrow with Finasteride.  Even if we reduced DHT to zero, those follicles would remain surrounded by too much calcification and fibrosis to recover. 

    This is why drugs like Propecia are great at stopping hair loss, but not so great at regrowing lost hair.

    What did this mean for me?  That I was focusing on the wrong thing.  DHT-reducing drugs, topicals, and supplements wouldn't get me my hair back.  But a regimen focused on reversing fibrosis and scalp calcification might.

    If I wanted to reverse pattern hair loss, I needed to stop targeting DHT, and start targeting fibrosis and calcification.
    A New Approach: Targeting Scalp Fibrosis And Calcification
    Most doctors say that fibrosis and calcification are irreversible.  But medical literature says otherwise.

    In fact, a 1970 follow-up study on children with pulmonary tuberculosis showed that 34% of children eventually resorbed calcified lung tissues and cleared their breathing pathways -- without medical intervention.

    Could I target those same healing mechanisms to remove calcification and fibrosis in my scalp?  I wasn't sure how to do it, but at a minimum, I knew it wasn't impossible.

    Then in 2012, new studies revealed that while drugs, diets, and lifestyle changes aren't very effective at reversing fibrosis or calcification, a field called mechanostimulation showed significant success -- especially for keloid scar removal.

    Mechanostimulation is the study of how our gene expression and healing responses change based on mechanical stimulation.  And excitingly, this field was publishing studies related to hair loss.

    The research showed that during an inflammatory process, the right kind of mechanical tension could  encourage the removal of fibrotic material -- and in doing so, allow for near-perfect wound healing.  Or in other words, the reversal of fibrosis.

    Could I apply this research on keloid scars, wound-healing, and mechanostimulation to my scalp -- in hopes of reversing scalp calcification and fibrosis, and in doing so, reverse hair loss?

    I had nothing to lose.  So I began self-testing.

    Simultaneously I dropped Rogaine. At this point I'd spent over $1,700 on Rogaine, and $8,000 on other pills, topicals, supplements, and laser treatments -- all without any real benefit.

    I also knew I'd shed when quitting Rogaine.  So to control for this, I committed to testing for one year.

    Below are my results (see the photos).
    My Results: Hair Recovery In One Year
    2011 vs. 2014
    I'm the first to say these photos aren't perfect comparisons.  The hair length is the same, but the lighting is different.

    However, my hope is the thickening and regrowth is evident: I recovered most of my vertex.  It was a huge relief.

    And to my surprise, my results have sustained.  In late 2016 I replaced my bathroom lights, then took this photo:
    September 2016
    I took another photo three weeks later.  This is the same lighting, but I grew my hair longer to match the length in the 2011 photo from Bishop Peak. This is where my density change and a few of my grey hairs are more noticeable.
    September 2016 (Longer Hair)
    Publishing My Research, Theories, And Evidence
    After seeing regrowth, I decided to write a book detailing the science behind my methods -- the supporting literature, the evidence for calcification and fibrosis causing hair loss, and a detailed description of my methods for regrowth.  I also created a video of the techniques I interpreted from the mechanostimulation studies.

    I wanted to know if these techniques worked for other people.  My hair regrowth was just an n = 1  case study. While the science was compelling, the process needed validation from other hair loss sufferers.

    In 2014 I self-published the book.  Then I worked one-on-one with any reader who emailed me -- troubleshooting, sharing tips, uncovering new research, and coaching them for as long as they decided to commit to the regimen.

    Within a few months, readers began emailing me their before-after photos.  Some even allowed me to share their progress on this site.  You've already seen two reader photo sets earlier on this page.  Now I'm posting more below.

    One important note: since these are reader-submitted photos, not all photos were taken at the same angle, hair length, or room lighting.  While these readers all claimed significant hair regrowth -- the degree of that regrowth is really up to you -- the person evaluating their photo sets.

    Reader-Submitted Before-After Photos
    "Feels awesome man. I don't know if you can tell from the pics, but not only did I thicken up what I had, but I'm regrowing my juvenile hairline. My hairline hasn't been this low since middle school. And all this from massages and good diet?!?! Incredible, dude... As you can see, I think I can still add a little density to the hairline, but I think the results are just more proof for the fibrosis/inflammation theory of hair loss."
    Jared - West Virginia, USA
    Law Student Graduate
    "Overall hair quality is thicker and more lustrous... [You're] doing such a tremendous job enlightening those that hair loss is reversible under the right, natural conditions, and to never lose hope... Keep up the good work my friend."
    Joseph - Los Angeles, CA
    CPA / Author
    "I am so glad I found and purchased your ebook and held on to your method... Thank you very much for that! [The] first picture is from March 2015 and the second is from October 2015. I am much more confident and content now and don’t spend nearly as much time thinking about my hair." 
    Peter - Germany
    "Even without the pictures, this is what I can tell you that has definitely happened. 1) All sheds outside the "normal" range stopped. 2) Seborrheic dermatitis vanished like Santa Claus. 3) The [scalp] itch is gone and never came back. 4) The hair generally seems stronger and denser all around and the miniaturizing hairs on the temples/hairline thickened back up giving a visual sight of regrowth in addition to regrowing some hair in the temples." 
    Damir - Croatia
    Age 27
    "I cannot believe how fast my hair line is moving forward. It’s pretty incredible. My widows peak has flattened out (I will always have a small widows peak thats just my genetics) but it’s insane... Awesome plain awesome."
    Chris - New Jersey, USA
    Age 41
    "The hairline at the front has thickened and advanced a great deal and the balding area at the back has filled in to about 75% (from about 35-40% density 16 months ago!) …Yes, its a tedious process, but man is it worth it!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Someone give Rob a Nobel Prize already!!" 
    Chris - Australia
    "Obviously some huge improvement in 5 months. I will say that I haven’t gotten it cut since July as I’ve set a goal of growing my hair to shoulder length (never had it long before)... I’m glad to have discovered your work and make this connection."
    Adam - California, USA
    Age 26
    After spending 2+ years working with readers -- reviewing technique videos, troubleshooting through plateaus, and tracking everyone's progress -- I've updated the book and re-released everything... all based on new research and the first book's best responders.

    This is for men and women searching for alternatives to Propecia, Rogaine, or a dependency on topicals and supplements.  Conversely, this is update is also  for those happy with their results on Propecia or Rogaine, but want to take their regrowth even further.

    While these drugs help slow, stop, or partially reverse hair loss -- none target calcification or fibrosis -- which are the two hurdles to full hair recovery.  This book is an action plan to reversing scalp calcification and fibrosis -- so that instead of putting a bandaid on hair loss' symptoms, we're actually resolving it.

    The update includes...
    •  A 250+ Page Book: with more before-after photos from readers and myself
    •  A 15-Minute HD Demonstration Video: based on the techniques of the best responders
    •  Success Story Interviews: two hours of video interviews with regrowth success stories
    Now Available: A New Book Based On The Best Responders
    Inside The New Book
    The new book is built around the first book's readers who experienced the most regrowth.  I interviewed all of them, uncovered their commonalities, and packaged these learnings into every chapter.  Inside are...
    • Major research overhauls on hair loss science
    • Action-based treatment plans for regrowth (without drugs)
    • An FAQ guide answering 95% of all support-based questions
    • Advice from readers who've gone through the process
    It's 250+ pages -- streamlined for those who want quick answers, but with an Appendix and FAQ for those wanting the details.
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    A Look Inside: Chapter-By-Chapter
    Chapter One: Genetic Destination (pg. 15)
    Physicians often tell us that hair loss is genetic, and aside from a hair transplant, we can’t do much to stop it.  But this isn't true.  New research demonstrates while we might have genes that predispose us to hair loss, we also have the power to turn those genes on and off.  Here you'll uncover my own DNA testing results, my medical diagnosis, family predisposition for hair loss, my before-after photos, and more readers’ before-after photos -- alongside research that disproves that hair loss is always your genetic destiny.
    Chapter Two: The Basic Misunderstandings Of Hair Loss (pg. 38)
    Most experts agree that dihydrotestosterone -- or DHT -- is responsible for hair loss.  But then how come hair loss drugs like Propecia -- which reduce our DHT levels -- rarely result in full hair recoveries?  This chapter uncovers the paradoxes of DHT, why conventional hair loss treatments fail us, and where the DHT-hair loss theory falls apart.
    Chapter Three: The Roots Of Hair Loss (pg. 50)
    Put aside your assumptions about hair loss... This chapter traces its symptoms, conditions, and triggers all the way to its roots.  This is a systematic, scientific, comprehensive, evidence-based approach to explaining why we lose our hair. Each piece of evidence is packaged into a flowchart which unveils the mechanisms behind hair loss, the chronic conditions that prevent our hair from regrowing, and what we must target to achieve permanent regrowth.
    Chapter Four: Reversing Scalp Calcification & Fibrosis (pg. 71)
    Uncover exactly how to reverse scalp calcification and fibrosis, and in doing so, reactivate dormant follicles while simultaneously making existing hair thicker.  These techniques are scientifically validated, replicated by myself (and others), and refined over my 2+ years working with hundreds of readers.  Accompanying this chapter is a 15-minute HD video demonstration that shows you the exact techniques -- so there's no guesswork on your end.

    Chapter Five: The Diet-Hair Loss Connection (pg. 99)
    In general, diet does not reverse hair loss... but the wrong diet does contribute to hair loss' progression. That means we can reduce our risk of developing hair loss -- and make reversing calcification and fibrosis much easier -- just by reversing nutrient deficiencies and avoiding certain foods.  But it's easier said than done.  Most hair loss "trigger" foods are consumed by 90% of Americans every single day. This chapter uncovers what I eat, what I avoid, and what my diet looks like from a macro- and micro-nutrient standpoint.  You'll also receive an easy-to-follow meal plan and the scientific rationale behind every single dietary decision -- all to improve your odds of hair recovery.
    Chapter Six: The Lifestyle-Hair Loss Connection (pg. 129)
    This section DOES NOT cover the importance of sleeping, staying active, or avoiding excessive alcohol consumption (we already know this).  Instead, it discusses larger unnoticed factors contributing to your hair loss.  For example, the ingredients in your shampoos, inadequate daily sunlight exposure, iron overload, and the benefits of cold thermogenesis (to name only a few).
    Chapter Seven: The Microbiome-Hair Loss Connection (pg. 143)
    Have you ever wondered why people in third world countries don't lose their hair as often as those in the US or UK? This question drove much of my fascination with hair loss research.  We dive into all the possibilities, and the evidence linking the answers to our gut health and microbiome.
    Chapter Eight: Tracking Progress (pg. 158)
    When it comes to any hair loss treatment, tracking progress is critical.  This chapter shows you, step-by-step, how to track your progress effortlessly.  You'll uncover how / when to take photos, why early signs of regrowth can sometimes be misleading, and how to know (with certainty) when you're experiencing regrowth.  You'll also uncover the relationship between body temperature and thyroid function -- and how this can be used as an effective troubleshooting tool for determining the effects of any dietary and lifestyle change -- and if they're working.
    Chapter Nine: Frequently Asked Questions (pg. 167)
    This is 50+ pages of research-intensive answers that cover 95% of all support-based questions.  Wondering if intermittent fasting helps with hair growth?  Or if masturbation causes hair loss?  Or if a topical you're considering might help regrow hair?  The answers are all found here, in detail, with primary research papers all cited.
    Chapter Ten: Appendix (pg. 220)
    When a concept gets too science-heavy or an explanation gets too research-intensive, I move things into the Appendix.  This makes the book streamlined for those who want quick answers while preserving its robustness for readers who love the details.  You'll also find alternative regimens for those wanting to improve regrowth even more.
    A Look Inside: The New 15-Minute HD Video
    The 15-minute HD demonstration video is hyper- specific. It aggregates the techniques of the best responders -- to eliminate any guesswork.

    It's filled with visual graphics, direction, and an audio narration.  The video complements the chapter on mechanical stimulation.  It visualizes the techniques uncovered inside the book.

    Success Story Interviews: Real Readers, Real Regrowth
    Success Story: Jared (75+ Minute Interview)
    Jared and I started communicating in May 2014. In this interview, we uncover his journey to hair recovery through 2016, including...
    •  The DHT paradox
    •  Jared's diets: veganism, ketosis, and Danny Roddy
    •  Vitamin D deficiency: hair shedding, course-correction
    •  Jared's technique: pressure, pinches, presses, etc.
    •  Synergies between diet, inflammation, and regrowth
    •  Bonus: Jared's 30+ page interview transcription
    Success Story: Joseph (60+ Minute Interview)
    Joseph and I connected in February 2015. We uncover his regrowth, and augmented approach the mechanical stimulation exercises, including...
    •  Joseph's failed trials: biotin, magnesium oil, laser therapy
    •  Mechanical stimulation + dermarolling: finding a balance
    •  Joseph's diet tweak, hypothyroidism, and big hair shed
    •  Mechanical stimulation mistakes to avoid
    •  The importance of pressure: massaging and dermarolling
    •  Bonus: Joseph's 30+ page interview transcription
    The Three Book Packages
    The Book + Video, The Standard Package, and The Complete Package
    The Standard Package -- $69
    What's Included In The Standard Package
    •  Two Hours Of Success Story Interviews + 60 Pages Of Transcripts
    Two readers who achieved significant regrowth were generous enough to allow me to interview them for this new edition.  The interviews went over 60 minutes each, culminating into over two hours of content.  You'll hear about both readers' hair regrowth journeys (trials, errors, diets, massage techniques, regrowth, advice, and everything else), as well as their mistakes and setbacks along the way.  These are valuable videos for anyone interested in hair regrowth, the troubleshooting process, and what made both of these readers succeed.

    You'll also get the transcripts for each hour-long conversation. In total, this is over 60+ pages of searchable material.  Many readers prefer the transcripts over the video interviews since it allows them actively look up the treatments, regimens, and suggestions that each reader references.  These are real readers, with real regrowth.
    •  250+ Page Book On Natural Hair Recovery
    This book is over a decade of research compiled into one document. It's built entirely around the first book's readers who experienced the most significant regrowth. I interviewed all of them, uncovered their commonalities, and packaged these learnings inside the new chapters on mechanical stimulation, diet, lifestyle, and beyond.

    On top of that, the new book also includes research overhauls on the triggers of hair loss, my pattern hair loss diagnosis from 2007, my before-after photos, before-after photos from more readers, a Frequently Asked Questions section covering 95% of all support-based questions, advice from readers who've gone through the process, near-full rewrites of every chapter, and troubleshooting regimens for those who want to further their progress.

    It's 250+ pages - streamlined for those who want quick answers, but with an Appendix and FAQ for those wanting the details.
    •  15-Minute HD Demonstration Video
    The new demonstration video is longer, hyper specific, and catered toward the mechanical stimulation techniques from both the best responders and myself.  It's filled with more visuals, more direction, an audio narration, and is accompanied by an entire mechanical stimulation chapter inside the book.  This video is as comprehensive as possible, and all in an effort to maximize everyone's chances for regrowth and success.

    The Standard Package details the same regimen that I (and the first book's success stories) used for hair regrowth.  It comes complete with an FAQ and troubleshooting guide, which should take you all (or nearly all) the way through this process.
    In The Standard Package, You Get...
    A 250+ page book on natural hair recovery
    A 15-minute HD demonstration video
    Success Stories
    2+ hours of video interviews,
    60+ page of transcriptions
    Scientifically validated approaches for hair regrowth
    The Complete Package -- $149 (Limited Offer)
    What's Included In The Complete Package
    •  A 60-Minute Skype Call With Me
    For those who want face-time, diet reviews, massage feedback, focused troubleshooting, and everything in between, this package includes a 60-minute one-on-one Skype with me.

    This is how it works: you read the book, then watch the demonstration video, the success story interviews, read the transcripts, and dig through all the accompanying materials. Then we set up a time to video chat each other.

    We can talk about anything - the book, the video, your techniques, what I'm currently researching, etc. To get the most out of your time, I suggest arriving to our Skype with a list of questions prepared. The idea is to get you started the right way, give you all the resources I can, and fast track your results.

    It's important to me that you realize that I'm a real person. I've worked with many people going through the same process you're considering. I put my face on this site because I believe in my work. And I offer video interviews because I want to maximize everyone's chances for success. With that said, I work a full-time job in addition to this site, and with the few hours I'm available, I can only take so many sessions. For this reason, this interview package is limited. It's only available until my schedule fills.
    •   The Entire Standard Package (Book, Video, Success Story Interviews)
    In addition to our Skype interview, this package also includes everything else I have to offer.  You get access to the book, demonstration video, and also the 2+ hours of video interviews and transcriptions from past readers.

    So many of us never talk about our hair loss.  These video interviews give everyone a chance to relate to people who went through the same situation.  You'll learn these readers' stories, progress, and how they're achieving regrowth.  When getting a chance to speak to each reader, I was surprised just how similar our stories were.

    In addition, the interviews reference a lot of science and tips that aren't mentioned in either the new book or the demonstration video.  When it comes to troubleshooting, these videos and their transcripts are a valuable resource.

    On top of that, you'll still get the 250+ page book, which covers 95% of any support-related question asked.  Chances are that the new book, the new 15-min HD demonstration video, and these video interviews will be plenty to get you started.  Including our Skype call, this is the perfect package to maximize your chances for success.
    In The Complete Package, You Get...
    Case Review
    A 60-minute Skype interview with me
    A 250+ page book on natural hair recovery
    Demo Video
    A 15-minute HD demonstration video
    2+ hours of video interviews,
    60+ pages of transcriptions
    Scientifically validated approaches for hair regrowth
    The Book + Video -- $49
    What's Included In The Book + Video
    This is the self-serve package.  It includes the 250+ page book and the 15-minute HD demonstration video.

    Like the other packages, the Book + Video package details the same regimen that I (and the first book's success stories) used for hair regrowth.  It comes complete with an FAQ chapter and a troubleshooting guide, which should cover nearly all the questions you have throughout this process.
    In The Book + Demonstration Video, You Get...
    A 250+ page book on natural hair recovery
    A 15-minute HD demonstration video
    Scientifically validated approaches for hair regrowth
    Why I Offer A 100% Money Back Guarantee On Any Package
    I want you to feel confident with what you're getting.  I put my name and face on this site because I believe in what I offer.  If for any reason you aren't happy with the package you buy, I don't want your money.  For up to 30 days from your purchase, you can email me with your receipt and ask for a refund.  I've always honored it.  I don't publicize my email online, but I list my email address several times inside the book.
    Your Information Is Secured Through GeoTrust & Gumroad
    During a purchase, your personal information is fully secure and won't be shared with anyone. There are two SSL certificates in place to prevent malicious behavior: one from GeoTrust; one from Gumroad (my merchant provider).
    You Can Also Purchase Through PayPal
    Gumroad (my service provider) also allows you to buy using PayPal -- if that makes you more comfortable.

    One quick note -- if you're purchasing from outside of the US, please be aware of your currency exchange and if you're subject to a value-added-tax (VAT).  If you're in a VAT-charging country (the EU, Australia) -- Gumroad may add a VAT to your final purchase price.  If your total price looks higher, this is probably why.  I don't receive any of the VAT, nor will I ever know if you're charged.
    Have other questions?  If the answers aren't here, leave a comment on one of my articles.  I always answer everyone.
    After I purchase, how do I access the packages?
    All packages are digital products -- meaning that after your purchase, you can access them instantly and even download them if you'd like.

    My service provider (Gumroad) will send you an email with your receipt and a personal link to access all the files.  Save that email!

    The book is 250+ pages and is a .PDF file.  It's available to read online, download, or both.  All videos (the demonstration video & success story interviews) are .M4V files.  They're available to stream, download, or both.  After your purchase, you can access the book and the videos however and whenever you'd like.
    Can I buy this if I live outside of the US?
    For the most part, yes. You can access these packages from nearly any country. But if you're outside of the US, please be aware of...

    #1: Currency Exchange.  These packages are labeled in USD ($). If you purchase from outside of the US, you'll be paying in your currency, adjusted to US dollars.  This might increase or decrease the numerical price, but not the actual value (since it's a currency exchange).

    #2: Value-Added-Tax.  If you're buying from certain countries (like from Europe or Australia), my service provider (Gumroad) might prompt you for a VAT tax.  This is a value-added-tax imposed by your own country to allow for a digital product download. I don't collect any money from a VAT, nor will I know if you're ever charged.  But if during check out, your final price is slightly higher than anticipated, the VAT tax is probably the reason why.  Lastly, I don't want a tax that I don't collect to be the reason why you don't purchase a package. If this is your situation, email me or leave an article comment.
    What sort of support do you offer?
    I used to offer one-on-one email support to anyone who messaged me.  The challenge is that in addition to this site, I work a standard office job, and as the responsibilities to my job grow, the amount of time I have left to support readers decreases.

    While I no longer offer email support (at least the way I used to do it), I do offer a package that includes a one-on-one 60-minute Skype interview with me.  This, in my opinion, is far more valuable than email support. We can cover more in 60 minutes face-to-face than we can over weeks of emails.

    In any case, I'll do my best to answer any emails you send my way. While my responses may be delayed, I make an effort to get back to everyone.  To this day (three years running), I've never ignored an email and have replied to everyone.
    Do these methods work on all forms of hair loss?
    These packages focus on reversing androgenic alopecia (pattern hair loss), which represents ~95% of hair loss cases.  The packages focus on both male and female pattern hair loss, including diffuse thinning – a common cause of hair loss in women.  The solutions in the book have also been scientifically validated for men and women, as the causes of hair loss for both genders often stem from the same places.

    However, this book isn’t written to help reverse hair loss stemming from specific autoimmune disorders or cancers and cancer treatments.  Because those types of hair loss are often driven from an autoimmune attack or damage from disease/treatment, the solutions are slightly different and less understood.  The book will not be as helpful for these 5% of cases, but even still, I have included information about regimens that have worked for those with alopecia areata.

    If you’re really unsure, it’s worth consulting with your doctor to confirm which type of hair loss you have.  There’s a 95% chance it’s the type that this book addresses.
    Is regrowing hair easy?
    No.  If regrowing hair were easy, it would be packaged into a pill that people could take daily. 

    Reversing hair loss naturally isn’t easy, but it’s entirely possible.  And hair regrowth without drugs often means permanent regrowth.  You don’t need to invest in pills, hair transplants, or anything else that will put you back thousands of dollars over the course of your life.  Your biggest investment is time, persistence, and patience.
    Can't I just take a drug to reverse scalp calcification and fibrosis?
    I wish!  Propecia can help stave off the progression of calcification and fibrosis since it reduces DHT -- one of the factors necessary to develop both conditions.  But as of right now, no drugs on the market have clinically reversed naturally-occurring calcification and fibrosis.

    The closest thing we've seen are drugs for Peyronie's disease.  But in trials to treat Peyronie's, placebo groups tend to fair almost as well as test groups -- suggesting that much of the reversal in fibrosis might just be the placebo effect (which is fascinating in itself). The second-closest thing is vitamin K2 -- which studies show can reverse drug-induced arterial calcification.  However, vitamin K2 doesn't appear to reverse naturally-occurring calcification -- which is what we need.

    The bottom line: as of now, the best chance we have of reversing scalp fibrosis and calcification seems to be mechanical stimulation -- alongside drugs / diets / lifestyle changes that attenuate scalp tissue DHT.  The book covers all of this.
    What differentiates me from other hair loss websites?
    Several things.  For one, I use my real name and face on the site (and in the videos) because I believe in my product.  Most hair loss researchers are actually just marketers.  They hide behind pseudonyms, faked photos, and stock photography.  This is why most don't offer Skype consultations.  It's easy to tell -- just do a reverse image search on any photo they claim as themselves.  If that photo is for sale on any stock photography site, you've got your answer.

    Secondly -- I back up every claim on this site (and inside the book) with research papers.  You can click into and read each study.  This takes the guesswork out of you wondering if there's validity to my writing.  I provide all my sources -- and photo evidence along the way.

    Thirdly -- to my knowledge, my hair loss book is the only book to have been socially validated.  I've done video interviews with readers around the world -- detailing their success with this regimen.  In addition, several bloggers have written unsolicited posts about their success with this book, and have even documented their regrowth (one of these bloggers is featured in the reader-submitted photos).

    Fourthly -- starting in 2017, I now pay medical professionals to review my research, and help with all of the content I publish. To my understanding, no other hair loss website does this.  I hate misinformation and never want to contribute to its spread.  By paying doctors to research / review my material before I publish it, I reduce the risk of this happening.

    Fifthly -- I don't ignore blog comments or emails -- or delete someone's comment (unless it's spam).  Everything gets posted; everything gets answered, though it sometimes takes me a while to respond.  In other words -- I'm accessible, and I'm a real person.
    The Prices Are Increasing Soon
    Last year when I reached my capacity for email support, I postponed all downloads and took the book offline.  The book stayed offline for over a year as I worked with current readers until my schedule freed.

    When I get busy this time around, I'm instead going to raise the package prices.  This keeps the information accessible but also helps with my Skype interview scheduling.  I don't know when I'll reach this point.  But the prices now won't stay.
    One time payment
    • One-on-one 60-minute Skype call
    • 2 video interviews with success stories
    • 60+ pages of interview transcriptions
    • 250+ page book on natural hair recovery
    • 15-minute HD demonstration video
    One time payment
    • 2 video interviews with success stories
    • 60+ pages of interview transcriptions
    • 250+ page book on natural hair recovery
    • 15-minute HD demonstration video

    One time payment
    • 250+ page book on natural hair recovery
    • 15-minute HD demonstration video

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