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Case Study: Time Poor Client Finds Hair Regrowth Solution That Fits His Busy Schedule

June 17th, 2019 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Case Studies

Hair loss was a curse that had struck the men in Adam’s* family for generations. His father and grandfather had both lost their hair and Adam’s own Norwood III vertex hair loss had followed a similar path.

As a highly sought-after professional running his own practice, Adam did not have a lot of time to commit to himself. First and foremost were his clients. Unfortunately, the strain of treating and managing such a high volume of clients did not leave him much of a window to sort his hair loss out.

He had tried over the counter solutions, but being time poor he was not willing to waste any more of his limited time on solutions without medical evidence to back them up. After contacting Ashley and Martin online, the fit 51-year-old met with a consultant who took him through the whole process of treatment.

For Adam, the biggest motivator in choosing to move forward with Ashley and Martin was the fact his treatment could be done completely at home and he would not have to add yet another commitment to his already overloaded schedule. He enrolled on a RealGROWTH® program that included all the oral and topical medications and supplements he would need and a Laser Pro Plus low level laser therapy (LLLT) device for home use.

Although diligent with his RealGROWTH® and LaserPro Plus routines, Adam was not completely sure how much his hair had changed until he attended an Ashley and Martin Review to assess the efficacy of his program. The difference in the before and after photos his consultant had taken was of genuine surprise to Adam. Having always taken pride in his appearance, Adam was thrilled with change in his appearance. Adam’s thicker, darker and denser hair was proof to him that medical hair regrowth was possible with barely any time taken out of the day.

*name changed to protect privacy