Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Ryan Giggs Update

I thought Ryan Giggs' hair had been looking a bit better recently. He has been spotted leaving the clinic of Advanced Hair Studio in Manchester, and is apparently undergoing some sort of treatment there.

A couple of newspapers report that he is receiving laser therapy from them. I had a look on the company's website and they describe this course of treatment :

"Regrow your hair with the powerful combination of: the latest laser beam technology, an FDA approved regrowth pharmaceutical, and a proven scalp and follicle treatment program. Visible benefits can occur in 3 months."

In other words, this is a treatment of finasteride, minoxidil and low level laser therapy.

The papers claim he is paying £6000 for this treatment, which is surprising given that a years supply of the drugs can be purchased on the internet for less than £100 and a laser comb, which is of dubious effectiveness anyway, can be bought for a similar price.

I would advise anyone who is not a multi-millionaire like Mr. Giggs to do your research before paying out such ridiculously inflated prices for these commonly available hair loss products.

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