We all try to pretend they’re not, but looks really are important in today’s world. Especially if you work in the modeling or the entertainment industry, like I do. There, there is no room for imperfections, even minor ones—a chipped tooth, a bit of skin sagging somewhere, baldness…all of these things and lots of others can mean you lose a gig, or even a whole bunch of gigs. The people watching us on TV think actors’ lives are perfect, but that’s just not true. We are all under constant pressure to look our best, and no little misstep we make goes unnoticed.
That’s why I was so stressed when I realized that my hair was beginning to thin out a little. Of course, losing hair is generally not a nice thing for any guy, but in my line of work it is especially problematic. Every time I took a bath or a shower or brushed my hair, there seemed to be more hair in the drain, on the floor and in my hairbrush. I needed a solution, and fast, before other people started noticing what was happening, especially potential employers. And, of course, women.
I did a lot of research into what the best way to keep my hair from falling out would be, and after hours of sitting in front of the computer and reading hundreds of reviews, I decided on Provillus. There were a lot of reasons, but the most important ones were that the site offered a lot of detailed information, not just “buy our product because it’s the best!” and the fact that Provillus was created by a team of doctors and other specialists who spent a lot of time figuring out what natural ingredients aid hair regrowth the most, and how to combine them to make them as effective as possible. As it turns out, Provillus contains the only FDA approved ingredient which helps with hair growth, minoxidil. I ordered it and wasted no time starting treatment.
I didn’t have to wait too long to notice results. Within a few weeks, my hair began to appear thicker and shinier—in a word, healthier. Encouraged, I continued to take it regularly, never missing a day. My hair soon stopped falling out altogether aside from a few here and there, but that’s entirely normal. I’m not the only one who’s noticed how great it looks, either—I’ve actually gotten a shampoo commercial gig, what more proof could I need that my hair looks great?
I’ve decided to take it for a while longer, though, just to make sure things stay the way they are, and I’ll probably still take a pill every now and then even after I finish treatment. I’ll also definitely be suggesting this to any and all of my friends and colleagues experiencing similar issues. Our job is hard enough without having to worry about going bald, too!