Total Hair Regrowth Review
What is it?
Total Hair Regrowth is a system by John Kelby, which consists of a 40 page guide called Hair Again which claims to stop you losing your hair in just 15 days and start growing new hair in 2-5 weeks. Kelby promises that if you follow his guide you can not only prevent your hair loss but maintain a thick healthy head of hair, regardless of your age.
The majority of reviews online for this guide are for promotional purposes, and even on forums like Yahoo, many of the comments include affiliate links so it’s difficult to trust what they say.
The main draw for customers when choosing this product was that it promises to grow your hair naturally without the use of pills and potions. Whilst some people just didn’t like the idea of putting chemicals into their body, others were more concerned with finding a cheaper solution to their problem.
Reviewers agreed that this guide stuck to its word when it said its remedies were all natural but nowhere was I able to find an example of the types of remedies they recommended. Reviewers only mentioned loosely what was in the manual, which included a focus on nutrition. Customers revealed that tips included eating more protein to increase hair growth, eating foods high in Vitamins A and C to strengthen hair and drinking lots of water for cellular growth. There was also a focus on prepping the scalp for hair growth.
At only 40 pages, everyone said that the guide was easy to follow and implement. On the whole the remedies recommended were backed up with scientific background but some customers felt they would have liked to see more citations and credentials. Although 40 pages was a bonus for some, as it meant they could start implementing what they’d read immediately, for others this made the guide seem less credible.
So were buyers happy with their results? Reviewers revealed a mixed batch of results. The guide seems to have been most effective for those in the early stages of hair loss. However those whose hair loss was stress induced also saw positive results. Some customers also noted that embracing a healthier lifestyle and ridding their body of chemicals seemed to have a positive effect, and any hair that did grow back was stronger and healthier than before. Some customers of course reported no change to their hair growth, and on the whole these seemed to be people with hereditary or severe hair loss conditions.
Is it a scam?
The claims of this guide are pretty farfetched and it doesn’t take a genius to work out that clearly not everyone suffering from hair loss will see positive results from following it. Kelby promises that anyone of any age can have a full head of healthy hair if they follow this guide, but realistically those with certain medical conditions or hereditary hair loss are unlikely to see results.
Essentially this is a guide detailing natural ways to prevent hair loss and maintain growth. If your hair loss is not permanent and instead due to stress or an unhealthy lifestyle then this guide could help you with a lifestyle overhaul and in turn hair growth. Will you be sporting a bouncy head of hair to rival John Travolta in Greese in as little as 2 weeks? Probably not, but you may improve the overall health of your hair and prevent further loss by embracing a healthier lifestyle.
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How does it work?
Kelby cites that 55 million people in the USA alone suffer from hair loss. He believes that pharmaceutical companies aren’t producing anything effective because they want you to continue to buy their expensive products. He claims that by following his guide, you can not only stop hair loss in just 15 days, but regrow it in 2-5 weeks.
The promotional video promises that hair growth is achieved through completely natural methods, but it does not detail which types or how. Through research online it would seem that the book focuses on the following areas:
• A remedy to prepare the scalp for hair regrowth.
• How to nourish the scalp and prepare the roots of your hair.
• Hair Loss Type. By identifying your type of hair loss, the guide then details the appropriate steps to take to remedy it.
• Nutrition. This includes which vitamins and minerals are necessary for hair growth and which foods they’re found in.
• Water. Staying hydrated, and therefore avoiding alcohol, improves overall health and supports hair growth.
• The Keep That Hair ebook. This ebook is the sequel to Hair Again which Kelby promises will ensure you maintain your new locks.
• The Hair Again quick start guide. This guide is a daily plan for you to print and stick to your wall. It means that you won’t need to remember everything you read in the book as you have a daily guide to keep you on track.
• The audio version of Hair Again.
• The audio version of Keep That Hair.
Other Common Hair Loss Treatments
1. Minoxidil: Minoxidil is an over the counter treatment for male and female pattern baldness. Minoxidil is perhaps the most common hair loss treatment on the market, although it is not guaranteed to help all cases. You must consult your doctor before using this product as it can have harmful side effects.
2. Hair Transplant: Hair transplants cost on average between $8000 and $15000.
3. Steroid Injections: These are typically used to treat those suffering from alopecia areata. (NHS)
4. Wigs: More commonly used by female hair loss sufferers, a high end authentic hair wig can cost as much as $3000.