I have a friend who is mostly bald, and he always tells me that the lack of hair adds at least five years of age to his appearance. Some bald guys laugh off the loss by claiming that baldness is a sign of higher testosterone levels. Not true. (Sorry!)
The bottom line, regardless of what people say, is that they will notice (at least silently) that you possess a good head of hair or that you sport a bald or thinning pate.
The good news for those who suffer from baldness is that there is a technological solution that offers hope.
You might wonder, why does an IT Geek like me care about a baldness cure. (I have a full head of hair—so far.) I love tech and gadgets that work, make life easier for us or are just “cool,” even if they’re not directly related to my IT business.
That’s why iRestore, which I mentioned on my recent Fox TV segment, seemed like a real winner. For many people, thinning hair is an issue of concern.
Some people accept it, and others consider several alternatives. One is a wig. That leaves you the subject of comments behind your back. “Is that a wig?” or even worse, “That’s not a very good wig.” In short, an untidy solution. The other alternative, which is very expensive, is a hair transplant. Then you’re in hock for thousands of dollars, and sometimes you need to keep returning for added “treatments.”
iRestore is worth a look by any person (women lose hair too) who has thinning hair. Here’s what makes it exciting:
• FDA OK. The Food and Drug Administration cleared the iRestore Laser Hair Growth System, and it is a “clinically proven at home solution for hereditary hair loss.” The best part is that you can use it in the privacy of your home, it’s noninvasive (no pain), and you won’t have to deal with side effects or take any drugs.
• “Miracle Cap.” The device works by stimulating and improving the scalp with a device that employs medical grade cold laser technology. You wear the device over your head (like a hat) for 25 minutes every other day. It shuts off automatically. You can wear it while reading JerseyMan or PhillyMan, or watching me on Fox TV. A little patience is required because you’ll start to see improvement in about three months.
• The Guarantee. Here the perfect ending to this product. If it doesn’t work for you, iRestore will refund the entire amount including shipping costs. As they like to say, “There is no risk.”
My hair isn’t heading south yet, but if it begins to go, I’m in with iRestore.
As always, let me know your thoughts. I would love to hear your feedback, or if you would like to make a suggestion for a future article, reach out to me at Anthony@helpmepcs.com or on Twitter @PCS_AnthonyM.