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Hi everybody,

My name is Michael, I decided to share my experience with hair loss with everyone. It’s definitely been a struggle for me, as I’m sure it’s been frustrating for you. I wanted to tell you the various products that i tried and failed for me…and the one that finally worked!        


 The good news is… I was able to conquer my hair loss and actually get my hair back. And I am going to show you how to grow your hair back, too.


 This is a picture of me at the height of my hair loss. I was so embarrassed about my balding head that I wore a beanie just about every day to cover it up. I didn’t look too bad with it on, in my opinion, but I always wanted a full head of hair instead.

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If you want thick hair on your head, then you must keep reading. I’m going to go into great detail in this article about how the hair on my head fell out, how I started my hair restoration process (on my head), what products I used, what worked, what didn’t, and where am now. I will do my best to link to references and information on everything I talk about so that I keep this page manageable, yet allow you to get as much information as possible. So feel free to click around.


So let me save you a lot of time by showing you the things I have researched and the products I have used. I’m starting from the beginning with things that didn’t work, to things that may have worked, to things that did work. You can make up your decision as to what’s best for you after this:




Hair Transplant Surgery – This was one of the first things I had looked into. Plugs or terrible looking hair replacement options were a thing of the past, and the new thing was hair transplants… that is, taking a strip of flesh from the back of your head just above your neck, and cutting it out to harvest the hairs from there. These hairs are then surgically implanted into your bald spots. The premise is that this hair transplant puts new hair on your bald spot by using hairs that are resistant to falling out because they are from an area of your head where hair loss doesn’t happen. The problem for me was that it was very costly, and would involve multiple sessions (visits) to complete. That’s even more of a cost. I’m not rich, so this option was out for me.


 Rogaine (Minoxidil) – This is a topical solution that you rub onto your bald spots. You can find out everything you want to know about Minoxidil by visiting the Rogaine website, but let me try to sum up my experience. First I had to buy Minoxidil. ThenI tried Minoxidil and the first month or so, I was doing everything perfectly. Unfortunately, I just couldn’t stick with the program. 


 You have to apply the Rogain (Minoxidil) cream every morning and every night. You need to do it when your scalp is dry, so for me, every morning after a shower, I had to blow dry my hair fairly dry or my scalp would still be wet. Then I applied the Rogaine solution, and the hairs around the area were just a mess. It was a long process for me to do, twice per day, and messy too. If you’re thinking about having a girl run her fingers through your hair while you’re using Rogaine, you better be prepared to explain to her what the hell is on your head, because your hair will feel absolutely nasty to her.


 So after a month of Rogaine, I just called it quits. I lost more hair than ever while on this. But that’s part of the process it seems – according to their FAQ, for the first 2 months you can lose a lot of your hair. To be fair, I didn’t give Rogaine a fair shot, because you really need to stick with it for a long time. And you can’t miss applying Rogaine twice per day, every day. That just didn’t work with my lifestyle.


 Spironolactone – I learned about this hair loss remedy compound from bodybuilders who were losing their hair from juicing too much and were looking for a way to keep from shedding their hair on their head while on the roids. Spironolactone proved to be an effective DHT blocker when rubbed on your scalp. In other words, your hair falls out because of high levels of DHT in your scalp, but by applying Spiro to your scalp, it blocks the DHT from killing your hair follicles and you’re golden. 


 Sounds like the perfect cure right? Wrong. 


 Here’s why. It’s a liquid solution you rub onto your scalp, like Rogaine. The version I had came in a long skinny tube that was like a roll-on deodorant. The roller would roll on my scalp and leave it’s magical juice behind. Because of this, it was the same pain in the ass that Rogaine was.


 From my research, Spironolactone doesn’t really grow hair back – it just keeps you from losing the hair you already have.



 Propecia (Finasteride) This is a pill that has shown promising results as a hair loss remedy in studies. But there’s a catch, and you have to be a big man to handle it. More on that in a minute.


 Buying Propecia sounded like the perfect thing for me. Pop a pill every day, and my hair loss would stop and possibly even grow back. Studies have shown that 80% of men who take propecia stop losing their hair I was sold, so I had get a Propecia prescription and try it out myself. One Propecia prescription later, I was on it.


 I realized weeks into taking Propecia that my libido was just non-existent. This was a time where I did have a girlfriend, and having a libido was important, to me and her. There were times during sex where I just couldn’t get a full erection and this was very embarrassing. I had no idea it was the Propecia, and actually looked into reasons why a young guy like me was having erectile dysfunction issues. It was during this research that I realized Propecia can cause this.


 Worse yet, there have been cases of Propecia induced impotence. You read that right – guys that took Propecia and then when they came off of it, even 2 or 3 years after the fact, they were impotent and couldn’t get an erection. Lucky for me, my sex drive and issues went back to the way they were within months of stopping usage. 



 Nizoral Shampoo – I read about Nizoral from a guy at work who swore by the stuff. While Nizoral really isn’t for hair loss treatment, it does work. At this time, you couldn’t get this shampoo anywhere in the states, and he was ordering a Mexican brand of shampoo that contained 2% nizoral. Nizoral is a compound that is said to stop hair loss. It’s actually used for dandruff, but people are using it to help stop hair loss. 


 You should only use it twice per week, otherwise you can dry up your scalp real bad. To this day, I still use Nizoral shampoo and recommend it as a small hair loss remedy, and since you can now pick it up at many local stores, but it wont grow your hair back. Use this with Provillus for good results. More on Provillus below.



 Procerin – I found this one in an online ad. I was already using the Nizoral shampoo and was looking for something inexpensive to try to regrow some of my hair. The Nizoral also needed a little help from something else, to stop my shedding, so this looked promising.


 The ingredients of Procerin were all natural at the time I ordered it, so the risk of impotence or libido obstruction seemed improbably. I ordered the Procerin tablets. 90 days later I stopped when I ran out. My girlfriend said she didn’t notice any difference in my hairline. I didn’t either. It was a waste.



 Scalp Med – Before I finished my Procerin, I had seen the infomercial on Scalp Med and it looked really good. But it was a cream for the scalp again. Sheesh! I am starting to think this is the only way to go, even though I hate it. I saw the commercial again a couple months after I had finished the Procerin and decided to order 4 months of the product.


 First of all, it comes with a Cortex Enlarger which is hair spray that is supposed to penetrate your hairs and give you instant fullness. Boo ! Not true, at least with me. I thought it was worthless.


 The good news is that ScalpMed also comes with two other bottles: Vitadil-5A and Vitadil-2A. I stuck with it for several months and was showing some actual progress! This stuff was working. The bad news is that I ran out of money and it was either grow hair or pay rent. 


 So I started researching ways to create my own version of scalp med. Interestingly enough, the active ingredient in Scalp Med is Minoxidil. Yup, we’re back to square one…. Remember that Minoxidil is the generic name for Rogaine. The difference between Scalp Med and Rogaine is that Scalp Med has a variety of ingredients in it, but more importantly, I actually used this for a handful of months until I ran out of cash. With Rogaine, I didn’t give it a chance. With this, I gave it a chance and ran out of cash. 



 Provillus – While researching Scalp Med, I came across some chaps online that were talking about another product that hit the market called Provillus. There were an abundance of good testimonials about the product, so I looked into it.


 This product comes with both a topical solution and some tablets you take orally. Interestingly enough, the ingredient list looks very similar to Scalp Med. The tablets use natural ingredients to help combat DHT, and since they are natural, they don’t cause the terrible ‘libido-killer’ side effects that you get with Propecia. Thank you Jesus! 


 The active ingredient in the Provillus topical solution is again Minoxidil – the same stuff that you get with Rogaine and with Scalp Med. 


 It also has another very interesting ingredient called Azelaic Acid which helps kill bacteria in the hair follicles, and regenerates the follicle lining and damaged skin cells.


 Together, based on the active ingredients, they are very similar to Scalp Med, but are a fraction of the cost. For example, Scalp Med is priced at $318 for 4 months. Provillus is $149 for 4 months. Even a brain damaged monkey can do that math – the Provillus is less than half the cost. 


 Based on my decent results with Scalp Med, and the fact that Provillus looks similar and is much cheaper, I ordered the 4 month supply. It’s been over a year since then and I have since ordered their 6 month supply – twice. Why? Because Provillus has been working better than anything else I have tried to date.


 The biggest results are in the back of my head (the bald spot up top), and I am getting what my girlfriend likes to call ‘scalp fuzz’ on my frontal hairline. Some of the older fuzz is now darker and turning into real hair. I realize that part of my forehead where I used to have hair will probably never grow hair – it’s medically documented that nothing tends to grow in those areas once a follicle has been dormant too long. But the hairs along my hairline seem to be coming in slowly, and I feel like I am looking younger as time goes on, so that is very exciting.


 And yes, I am back to using the liquid solution on my head with Provillus, but I have a girlfriend that is understanding, and for whatever reason, this particular solution mixture doesn’t seems to feel as ‘dirty’ in my hair as the time I tried Rogaine. Perhaps I a just over the initial shock of it all – you can never get a first impression/experience back.


 I guess it goes without saying that I recommend Provillus. I also recommend Nizoral Shampoo. I was taking Vitamin B6 and Zinc in my earlier days because there was a study that suggested their use with Azelaic acid was a DHT inhibitor. The current Provillus formula now contains Azelaic acid, B6 and Zinc, so I no longer need to take those separately. 


Based on my experience, If hair replacement is what you want, Minoxidil works, and most other things are a scam. In fact Minoxidil is the only FDA approved substance for doing so. 


 You can get this through the Provillus product which is what I use, and that will give you the oral support you need plus the added benefit of the topical solution with minoxidil, plus the Alzaic Acid which has been proven to help. 


 Using both seems to have worked well for thousands of people including myself. It’s the combination of both the topical solution and the oral pill that I believe really has a whammy effect on hair regrowth. It’s pretty amazing stuff in my opinion.


 Many people want to write off the fact that any kind of oral support can be helpful, but just check out the ingredients list and the data that is available on the ingredients. Click HERE to check it out.


 Provillus is far cheaper than the alternatives and it offers a 6 month guarantee – that’s one of the reasons why I was willing to give Provillus a try. So you have nothing to lose. ** A little tip ** When you order, place a 4 bottle package because you’ll get 2 free bottles, for a total of 6 bottles that will last you 6 months. It’s well worth the money and you save a ton by doing this.


 Also pick up some Nizoral shampoo and start using that 7 days after you start the Provillus. Use it two times per day or every other day at the most.



 My hair is growing back and my girlfriend loves it. You’ll need to try this for at least 6 months if you want to see results like mine, just stick with it. I didn’t start seeing results until month 5, and then the results came in fast from there. I suppose it’s like planting a tree – for the first 6 months the seed grows 2 inches, but the 6 months following that, it grows another foot.

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