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  1. Brandon Chicotsky, founder of Bald Logo is re-growing his hair naturally and advocating his followers to do the same. He states, “Bald Logo remains a champion of all things bald, but you can also fight back against hair loss.” Revivogen, a dermatologist formulated all-natural product for hair loss and thinning hair, has turned Bald Logo founder Brandon Chicotsky into a believer. Chicotsky known for embracing his baldness has advocated against hair growth products, toupees and hair transplants in the past; is now raving about his results with Revivogen in his latest video. Pioneering a different approach to advertisement, Bald Logo was started by the 27-year-old entrepreneur and hair loss sufferer who decided to sell ad space on his bald head to businesses for a daily fee. Chicotsky is now starting to see hair growth on his scalp thanks to Revivogen products. Full Article
  2. Revivogen introduces a nonsurgical alternative solution to hair transplant surgery. Reviogen announced their latest breakthrough in hair loss treatment Monday, a revolutionary innovation that’s completely nonsurgical with absolutely zero side effects. Reviogen’s discovery is even more exciting for women that are suffering from female pattern baldness because the use of drugs like Propecia have only been FDA-approved for men. Revivogen was formulated by surgical dermatology expert, Dr. Alex Khadavi, for peoplesuffering from hair loss who want an effective all-natural solution without any side effects. Reviogen is proven to offset the effects of male and female pattern hair loss by addressing its root cause. Scientific studies have shown that the ingredients in Revivogen are both individually and synergistically effective in helping reverse hair loss for both men and women. Revivogen targets the production of DHT (dihydrotestosterone) to stop the hair loss process. This process is unique in that Revivogen is one of the few natural hair loss products that contains ingredients to reduce the DHT that hinders normal follicle growth. Complete article
  3. The many men and women who frequent hair salons for cuts, colors and corrections do so to change up their look or to maintain a certain level of physical appearance to truly exude self-confidence. But hair care is not always so glamorous as nearly 50 million American men and 30 million American women are dealing with hair loss, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Learn more about Revivogen here Revivogen is now hitting salons with the intent to create a salon environment where clients will feel more comfortable to open up about their hair loss experiences and seek effective treatments. The Revivogen line of products, which includes Revivogen Scalp Therapy, Bio-Cleansing Shampoo and Thickening Conditioner, is for both men and women suffering from genetic hair loss and is formulated to not only help people achieve thicker, healthier hair, but also to prevent hair loss. The most recent salon to add Revivogen is Allen Edwards Salon Encino in California, 16101 Ventura Blvd. Suite 155 Encino, CA 91436. Dr. Alex Khadavi, creator of Revivogen and CEO of Advanced Skin and Hair, strives to increase education about hair loss and the natural treatment options that are available to all who are dealing with hair loss. Now that salons are taking the opportunity to offer a medical grade hair loss treatment formulated by a dermatologist, this will only further that education. Genetic hair loss is one of the most common forms and is caused when the body produces an excess of dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT is produced when testosterone is delivered to hair follicles through androgen receptors, which is present in both men and women. Complete article
  4. Beverly Hills Hair Restoration saw a trend among its patients. Some, both men and women, were seeking nonsurgical hair loss solutions that were both natural and with little side effects. This also included women suffering from female pattern baldness that did not have the option of drugs like Propecia (only FDA-approved for men). A Dermatologist-formulated product, Revivogen targets the production of DHT (dihydrotestosterone) to stop the hair loss process. This is unique in that some natural products claim to prevent hair loss, but Revivogen is one of the few natural hair loss products that contains ingredients to reduce the DHT that hinders normal follicle growth. Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is a chemical derivative of testosterone that forms in the body when the metabolism of androgen involves with an enzyme called 5-alpha-reductase. DHT restricts the hair follicle growth process by preventing proteins, vitamins and minerals from getting to the follicles for regular growth. Beverly Hills Hair Restoration is now offering Revivogen in their clinic to patients who are seeking a natural hair loss product, as well as those who are going to have or have had a hair transplant. The hair loss product can also be combined as a regular hair loss prevention regimen for those who have had a hair transplant procedure. Complete article
  5. For anyone living through the consequences of balding, it can be a serious issue that saps confidence. Baldness isn’t easy for anyone, but women suffering from alopecia may suffer more than their male counterparts. The relative rarity of female pattern baldness when compared to male pattern baldness combined with a culture that elevates the importance of appearance for females makes the loss of hair particularly troubling for women. For years, treatments have been few and far between and those that were available often times were ineffective. Drugs like Rogaine® or Propecia® could regenerate some hair loss, but require continued use for years. Exciting New Treatment While the prospects have long been bleak for balding men, the appearance of a potential new procedure has excited the medical community and the follically challenged everywhere. RepliCel Life Sciences, Inc. (REPCF) is currently in Phase I/IIa clinical trial in Georgia testing a new treatment that has already shown solid results in SCID mice. The procedure involves taking a biopsy of healthy hair follicles from the back of the head, removing the dermal sheath cup cells, growing them in a culture, and injecting them into the areas where hair has stopped growing. The procedure should grow natural, real hair from the existing hair follicles that will be cosmetically and aesthetically pleasing. The trial, which began in December of 2010, is primarily focused on safety in these early stages, but the results could indicate the development of an exciting new treatment option. Strong Potential for Treatment of Women While the potential contained in the treatment being tested by RepliCel right now is clear, one of the most exciting prospects is the possibility for an effective treatment for women suffering from female pattern baldness. In an interview, Dr. Rolf Hoffman, Chief Medical Officer for RepliCel, expressed his excitement at the chance to help women suffering from baldness. Full hair loss article
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