Hair loss is a reality most of us will have to deal with at some point in our lives. For many of us, this will come in the form of losing patches of hair. While this can be devastating to one’s self esteem, there is a treatment for this hair loss provided by Dr. Rex E. Moulton-Barrett, M.D. This treatment comes in the form of the Folara stimulant. What the stimulant does is thicken, straighten, and increase the shine of your hair.
The alternatives to this treatment can be long and tedious. Furthermore, they’re not guaranteed to produce the desired result. For example, consider this article in the Observer, titled “Care tips for my balding brothers.” The author, Simon Kasyate, writes, “We have talked about hair grooming from all angles, including what headdress fits a bad hair day, but not so much about baldness. And yet lately, almost every guy you and I know is balding to some degree. See, previously it was more of an old man phenomenon and not much attention went into it, as those who became bald embraced it with glee and society treated it as a sign of wealth. Today, you will find a chap barely out of his teens ‘threatening’ with a receding hairline and a broke village drunk sporting a clean bald, like some senior government official of old days or a university don. There are many theories as to what causes this condition that is now acceptably referred to as Male Pattern Baldness (MPB). These range from hereditary science to excess testosterone to the bizarre, such as witchcraft… That is one way to groom a balding head; simply use medical ways to replant the lost hair. The result? Wait up the next Manchester United game and check out Rooney’s hairline. I have heard of homemade solutions such as ‘boil a cup of mustard oil with four tablespoons of henna leaves, let it cool, then massage it daily onto the balding areas.’ Better yet, ‘create a paste from honey, beer, and boiled wheat, and have it applied gently (to your scalp, of course) by the hands of a virgin.’ Sounds crazy? Well, for those who haven’t embraced their baldness, there are as many solutions as the number of bald heads, but the reality is when it comes, there is no reverse gear.”
With the uncertainty of some of these other solutions, you can rely on the Folara stimulant. Folara stimulant treatments include Minoxidil, Propecia, Low Level Laser Therapy, and Alopecia Areata.
Dr. Moulton-Barrett is a trusted, internationally known and acknowledged surgeon who holds the rare distinction of being board certified in two distinct surgical specialties, The American Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and The American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.
If you’re considering Folara, contact Dr. Moulton-Barrett for a consultation.