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The Rogaine Brand Reveals New Insights About The Psychological Impact Of Hair Loss In partnership with Men’s Health, the ROGAINE® brand launches GROW YOUR GAME™ lifestyle support program featuring Celebrity Growth Coach Bill Rancic. Survey results released today by the ROGAINE® brand, in partnership with Men’s Health, reveal the extent to which hair loss psychologically impacts men. In a survey of over 900* Men’s Health readers, one-third of men experiencing hair loss admitted to feeling “helpless” and over 66% used negative language like “victim,” “defeated” or “unavoidable” when describing the condition. As category leaders, the ROGAINE brand and Men’s Health recognize the impact of hair loss and have teamed up to launchGROW YOUR GAME ™ – a lifestyle support program that inspires and educates men throughout their hair re-growth journey. The program follows five ordinary men with thinning hair, mentored by ROGAINE brand celebrity Growth Coach Bill Rancic*, dermatologist Dr. Doris Day* and a team of lifestyle experts, through an eight-month journey to grow their game and feel more confident in life, love and business while tackling their hair loss. The survey also indicated that over 92% of men are open to help and support in addressing their hair loss and, by launching GROW YOUR GAME ™ the ROGAINE brand and Men’s Health hope to provide that support, encourage conversation about hair loss, and ensure men have access to the necessary tools and resources to set them up for long-term success. Real life experiences and success stories are the cornerstone of this co-branded program. “The stigma surrounding hair loss is a real problem,” said ROGAINE brand Growth Coach Bill Rancic*. “When I started noticing that my hair was thinning, I knew I had two options: sit back, let it happen and go bald, or take control, find something that works and make a commitment to solving the problem. ROGAINE Foam worked for me and that is why I am so excited to be mentoring these guys. They have all made the commitment, and by sharing their stories, I hope they will inspire others to do the same.” “As the number one recommended dermatologist brand for hair re-growth, we believe it is critical to provide men with products, such as Men’s ROGAINE Foam, and tools they need to succeed,” said Mike Wasden, Senior Brand Manager, the ROGAINE Brand. “This survey reinforced that hair loss is an extremely emotional topic and often has a stigma attached. Our partnership with Men’s Health and the GROW YOUR GAME ™ program is designed to help remove this stigma, engage men in conversation about the topic and support them in their hair re-growth journey.” “We are excited to partner with the ROGAINE brand for this survey and the GROW YOUR GAME ™ program,” said Men’s Health Publisher, Ronan Gardiner. “We are committed to providing our readers with the advice and support they need on all topics – including hair loss. This program is very much in keeping with Men’s Health’s mission to help men achieve their goals.” Full article
Two men walk into a pharmacy, one is bald and the other is not. They're caught on surveillance cameras boosting some merchandise — and it seems the goods they lifted are a matter of manly pride. Cops are searching for what we're dubbing the Long Island Rogaine Thieves. NBC New York says the twosome entered a CVS on Long Island on Dec. 17. They scooped up three boxes of Rogaine, a hair loss product for men (we know you've seen the commercials) and placed them into a gift bag. Then they simply sauntered out with their loot, without stopping to pay at the register. That move is called "shoplifting." While police are definitely stressing the bald man thing in their search for the thieves and showing his picture in news bulletins, it's probably more likely the non-bald man will get some benefit out of the Rogaine. You see, we read up a bit on Rogaine, and it doesn't appear that the topical treatment offers to "cure" baldness, just stimulate hair growth and slow the balding process. So for our bald pal, that whole shoplifting thing might've been a waste. Cops say the pilfered Rogaine is worth about $150, and are offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to an arrest. Full hair loss article
Resolve to Take Charge of Your Thinning Hair: NEW Video Tools from ROGAINE The New Year is the perfect time to revamp your look. If you are among the 39 million women or 40% of men in the U.S. suffering from hereditary hair loss, what better time than now to take control of your do’ by simply changing up your daily routine and freshening up your style. Celebrity hair stylist Thom Priano combines his thinning hair care know-how with this season’s hottest trends to provide these simple and effective tips and tricks: For Women: · Short cuts can help make thinning hair appear thicker – try a cropped cut like Michelle Williams or Emma Watson · To keep short hair looking modern and fuller, change up your hair color. Try a lighter shade to minimize the contrast between hair and scalp · For curly hair, try retro waves and a zig-zag part – use volumizer and let hair dry naturally before styling · For more fullness, blow dry hair in the opposite direction of where you intend it to go For Men: · A big trend for men in 2012 is to keep hair short on the sides and longer on the top – which is great for minimizing the appearance of thinning on top. Slick back the top for a look like Ryan Gosling or Michael Pitt · A touch of volumizing mousse or pomade helps hair appear thicker – but keep it minimal. Right now it’s all about clean, natural looking hair · Don’t over compensate your thinning hair with a full beard – clean-shaven faces are in this season. It’s all about fresh, healthy looking hair and skin Complete Article http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiXakIxcYv0