View Full Version : Ryan Giggs tackles his thinning hair with 6,000 regrowth treatment

05-16-2010, 05:13 AM
Just thought I'd see what everyones opinion is on this story about footballer Ryan Giggs having hair loss treatment -


According to the story he's spending "40 mins a week under a laser" and using "special shampoo capsules and rubs a liquid regrowth formula into his scalp". It goes on to say " A staff member at the salon told The Sun: 'He's got a really good result.' "

I've read a lot of stuff about laser therapy being ineffective, and its probably hard to tell without decent before and after pictures but anyone think this course of treatment actually works?

05-16-2010, 08:12 AM
Wet pic, dry pic. Stupid pictures.

Anyway I highly doubt he got any results from laser crap.

05-16-2010, 08:13 AM
I can give my self a MUCH MUCH better before and after picture result with dry hair and wet hair... it works better with me. My hair looks really crap wet, but only crap wet.


I am not saying he didn't have results... just the way they are portraying it. Also, lasers? Really?

Yeah, right.

05-16-2010, 09:06 AM
Doesn't prove anything. Doesn't look any different. The Sun again...


05-16-2010, 09:38 AM
Celebrities get ripped off by hair loss scammers just like the rest of us.

05-16-2010, 11:34 AM
If Advanced Hair Studio is hoping for extra business based on that story, then this 'after' photograph won't help.


It just looks like dirty powder has been sprinkled on the top of the head. Utter crap.

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05-17-2010, 02:31 AM
Ah, celebrities. You've gotta love 'em don't you?

They seem to think ordinary people are naive and easy to deceive and have the same bonkers treatments that we know don't work. Unlike us though, they don't expect them to work when they start.

They somehow believe it's possible to have a crappy treatment for six months, then plonk on a hair system and pretend that the treatment worked and that we'll be convinced by it. Sometimes, they even endorse the useless, crappy product and pocket some cash.

For example, a lot of celebrities have endorsed that terrible strand for strand rubbish. Am I allowed to say who sells that? Probably not, but you all know who I mean. The rubbish people like Graham Gooch and Shane Warne have endorsed in the past.

I expect Ryan Giggs to have an excellent head of hair in the near future, courtesy of a big rug.

05-17-2010, 02:57 AM
I expect Ryan Giggs to have an excellent head of hair in the near future, courtesy of a big rug.

That's the only way I know how to get quick and reasonable full head of hair results. :)