Hair loss treatment – cure found by man who spent his LIFE savings to save his hair

Man distressed about his hair loss
After sharing his story online Spencer, from Nottinghamshire, found himself in demand from men across the world, and he is now a mentor to balding men.

He helps men avoid treatments that don’t work, and helps them find methods that do.

Spencer’s hair transplant saved him the stress and aguish that losing your hair causes many men. After years of painstaking research and self-experimentation he finally found the surgical solution to his problem and now enjoys a full head of hair.

He works one to one with clients, including Hollywood elite, professional sports stars and high profile footballers, to help them prevent hair loss.

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Spencer Stevenson spent his life savings on hair loss treatments before he had a transplant

Co-hosting an online radio show all around the issues of hair loss, he attracts an audience of more than 100,000 each week.

Spencer suffered from low self-esteem after he started losing his own hair at the tender age of just 21.

He said: “Hair loss can cripple one’s confidence and like many others I went through my own personal hell.

“I was determined to overcome it but I went on to make every possible mistake, endured painful botched surgeries and wasted thousands of pounds.

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Spencer advises thousands of men on hair loss via his very popular blog

“Yet at the end of it all I found my own solution and later realised my experiences were worth sharing. Since then I haven’t looked back.”

He found that while millions of men worried about losing their hair, most were misinformed about the facts and options available when it came to treatments and preventative measures.

Spencer added: “The reason that I first decided to speak out about my hair transplant surgeries was due to the increasing amount of false information that was misguiding vulnerable hair loss sufferers, which can have serious emotional and financial effects on people.”

His website Spexhair.com now receives tens of thousands of hits per week.

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Hair loss causes significant stress and upset for men who find themselves losing their crowing glory

“For me it just seemed simple logic that people wanted to hear the facts in plain English from someone who is on their side, and can relate to the issues that they are going through,” he said.

“What started out for me as simply a hobby and a desire to help prevent men from going down the same dark path that I went down after my hair loss has turned into a daily role that has literally helped hundreds of thousands of people cope with their hair loss.

“Every year we seem to be helping more people, and if this trend continues then hopefully we can all put this stigma around hair loss to bed once and for all.”

Spencer Stevenson will appear on ITV’s ‘Save Money: Good Health’ with Sian Phillips on 7 February.

A woman had hair stitched into her scalp after she went almost bald due to pulling her hair out for years.

Claire Jenna Ory, now 22, from Bristol, attributed the stress of moving from primary school to secondary school in Switzerland, where she grew up, for causing her chronic hair-pulling and subsequent hair loss– an anxiety condition called trichotillomania.

Thanks to a new technique called the Intralace system, Claire Jenna has a full head of hair for the first time in 13 years.

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