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New Hair Loss Treatment Proves Effectiveness
Date:5/19/2008

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Let's be honest, with the exception of Michael Jordan and a few others, the bald look is a tough one to pull off.

You see so many hair loss treatments advertised on late night television that all promise to work with great success. If this was in fact the case, then no one would be bald. Yet it seems as though the more you look around at your fellow colleagues, the more you see that hair loss is on the rise.

Many factors determine whether you will lose your hair such as genetics, stress, hormones, lifestyle, and poor diet. There are three FDA approved hair loss treatments available, but each of them have their limitations. After combing the internet, you will be completely lost on selecting a product that is right for you.
This leads to the question....

Can you really grow your hair back?

William Gaunitz (AKA The Angry Hair Guy), founder of Gaunitz HairGrowth Centers says "Yes! We have been naturally regrowing hair on our clients since 2002 and have close to a 100% success rate. Essentially people are amazed that this is even possible, but we have overcome male and female pattern hair loss with a multi therapy approach."

How It Works:

The Gaunitz treatment works by combining five proven steps that together create a bio-synergy for new hair growth.

-- Step 1: Detoxification of the scalp -- Specifically designed scalp

massages rid the scalp of toxins, dryness, inflammation, and the

hormone (DHT) that causes hair loss.

-- Step 2: Stop the Hair Loss -- Gaunitz topical formulas suppress DHT,

reduce inflammation, and provide essential nutrients to the scalp.

-- Step 3: Supplementation -- Advanced hair nutritional vitamins are able

to maximize hair health while providing amino acids necessary for cell

recovery.

-- Step 4: Scalp Revitalizers -- Chemical free hair care products hydrate

and replenish the scalp while creating PH balance that stimulates hair

growth.

-- Step 5: The Catalyst -- Low level laser therapy is the means for

ultimate scalp stimulation and healing. This FDA approved cold laser

penetrates the skin without heat or damage. When used in conjunction

with the other 4 steps of the program, the results are astonishing.

Clients have this to say about the Gaunitz program and the treatment results:

"I was just looking at my before photos and I cannot believe that was me less than a year ago. I feel like a different person. Within 3 months of starting this program the results were dramatic."

-- Glen Rosen, Scottsdale Resident

"People think I had a hair transplant and I have to let them feel the back of my head to see that I have no scars."

-- Jared Aragona of Peoria

"There is no question that Gaunitz HairGrowth Centers is on the cutting edge of hair regeneration. This program is simple, well researched and most importantly... it really works. This is one of the best decisions I've ever made."

-- Cameron Klar, Phoenix Resident

Gaunitz HairGrowth Centers currently treat over 100 clients every day in the company's headquarters located on the corner of Scottsdale Rd and McDonald Drive. "Not everyone is a candidate for this program" says Gaunitz. "We turn away 10% of the people that come in for consultations because they simply are not a good candidate for hair regrowth."

"Our average treatment cost is $2,295 for a 6 month program" says Marketing Director Robert Beale, who also went through the program four years ago with stunning before and after pictures.

The company is currently planning a nation wide expansion. Their newest location will be opening in North Scottsdale on Pinnacle Peak Rd., just east of Scottsdale Rd. in June 2008.

To find out more about this treatment contact Gaunitz HairGrowth Centers at (480)222.HAIR(4247) or visit the company online at http://www.hairgrowthcenters.com.

Amanda Spence


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