Saturday, January 26, 2008

Oh Hair, Where Is Thy Beauty?

Some of the bosses in our office kid themselves about their receding hairlines. “Sign of wisdom” one said. “No, it’s stress” said another. Then someone began narrating funny myths about hair loss.

A childhood friend who has a family history of baldness sported long hair when he was a teenager. “I know I’ll lose my hair someday. I’ll enjoy it while I still can” he once said. Now, I learned that he’s slowly losing his hair.

Those who are experiencing hair fall often panic. Hair loss treatment ads are almost everywhere. A shampoo for horses is even advertised to prevent hair loss. But what can you do when you are genetically prone to hair loss and balding?

The most effective and affordable hair loss treatment is a permanent hair transplant performed by an experienced and skilled surgeon. Meet Dr. Shapiro and he can help you restore your hair. You can also meet actual patients and see results for yourself. There is also a video on his website for you to watch.

No, you don’t have to accept balding as a fashion statement, even though it’s not something to be ashamed of. But you can have that great looking hair you want thru hair transplant.

4 comments:

Abaniko said...

If I were bald, I'd probably wear a wig. Problem is, there seems to be no "barber's cut" wig. Hehe. Oh well, I'm just glad we don't have a family history of balding.

bingskee said...

i think nasa nagdadala, lazarus. meron iba ok magdala ng 'shaggy style' as in shagilid na lang ang buhok, or the 'monk style' as in monk look alike kasi ala buhok sa tuktok.

LAWSTUDE said...

no, family history of balding either, just early whitening/graying of hairs.

if ever my hairline recedes, ill just shave it all off.

islander_aryo said...

hmmm... (thinking very, very deeply)