HairClub - Do not trust hair club for men and women

HairClub - My hair still haven't grew back yet

Nobody likes thinning hair. When you realize your hair is falling out, it can be hard to handle – especially if you feel like your thick head of hair is a part of your image or personality. With hair loss such an emotional hot topic, it’s no wonder that many companies prey on those who are suffering from the condition. Who wouldn’t want to pay a bit of money and have their full head of hair restored?

Unfortunately the truth is a bit less exciting than the commercials on television.

Sadly the science is simply not there to support the claims these hair replacement clubs are making.

The Big Sales Pitch

When you’re watching television, you often see sales pitches for hair products designed to thicken or regrow your thinning hair. While it may be possible to prevent some additional hair loss or condition hair so that it is fuller and healthier, it is not actually possible to regrow a full head of hair if you have lost it due to natural hair thinning.

If you have lost you hair due to medical issues like chemotherapy, for example, it will likely grow back when the sessions stop. If you lose your hair because you’re an adult in your prime, it is likely a genetic thing and no amount of special shampoo is going to help.

Of course that’s not the message the hair companies want you to hear. They would much rather convince you that your hair loss is temporary if – and a big if – you decide to pay lots of money to give their program a try.

Falling for the Hype

Those who are feeling insecure about their hair loss may be looking for answers. It’s easy to get excited about a sales pitch – especially if the product appears to be work. But once many of these customers actually start making payments and trying out the product, they discover that not all is as it seems.

Instead of a miracle product, the big solution is a glorified wig of fake hair that expensive stylists work into your own hair. This is like hair extensions, but for your scalp. Customers were spending thousands of dollars with special hair salons to have their hair washed and conditioned with “special products.” They were spending even more every six to eight weeks to buy new hair pieces to keep up the guise.

Ultimately when the customers realized they weren’t pleased, the hair company refused to refund them any of the money they have spent so far. Instead they were offered more of the same treatments or ultimately surgery.

Apparently, the hair company who specializes in “miracle” hair solutions advocates hair transplant surgery as a way to resolve thinning hair.

Who would have guessed?