Online shops: “HairMax MD Hair Loss Growth Max Liquid”

HairMax MD Hair Loss Growth Max Liquid

  • Stimulate natural hair growth
  • Reduce hair loss
  • Nourish the scalp and help relieve dandruff, psoriasis and dry scalp
  • Tackle hair loss at the source

A natural, topical formula, HairMax MD enriches your hair and scalp with the nutrients that sluggish hair follicles and scalp tissue crave and your healthy hair doesn’t fall out!

List Price: $ 99.95

Price: $ 99.95

This is Maddi’s story. ** PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO WITH YOUR FAMILY, FRIENDS, CO-WORKERS, ETC. HELP US RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT THIS DISEASE, AND THE PEOPLE WHO CAN HELP!!! My daughter Maddi was diagnosed with Alopecia in November of 2005 at the age of 14. Alopecia has no bounds, it can affect ANYONE at ANYTIME. It is NOT contagious. It is NOT hereditary. Medically, there is no CURE. I immediately researched what to do medically. Nothing I found gave us any hope, until we were directed to a Kinesiologist (a Hollistic, Herbal treatment doctor), Dr. Lanny Lipson. He is amazing! Maddi’s hair loss haulted, and new hair grew in… even darker than before! We had to stop her treatments due to the financial strain of having no medical insurance, but we know what her triggers are now, and we avoid them. Maddi has new hair growth still, her eyebrows are back! Since she isn’t completely bald, but still has a strange hair growth pattern, she was embarrased and self concious in school and in public. Then we learned about Wigs 4 Kids, a non-profit organization here in Michigan that provides free wigs and services to kids 18 and under. What an amazing team they have there! Miss Maggie is an angel, and their staff is wonderful! Wigs 4 Kids operates SOLELY on donations, and they are always looking for individuals and organizations to Adopt-A-Kid! PLEASE PASS THIS VIDEO, AND IT’S IMPORTANT MESSAGE ON TO ALL OF YOUR FRIENDS, FAMILY, CO-WORKERS, ETC. ALOPECIA CAN STRIKE ANYONE AT ANYTIME. IF IT

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16 thoughts on “Online shops: “HairMax MD Hair Loss Growth Max Liquid”

  1. I’ve had alopecia Areata since i was seven, and im now entering high school. I still have alopecia, but my spots are covered. But now that i think about it, even though 6th graders can be quite cruel, i wouldnt change my alopecia, because its made me who i am. so, all yall out there with alopecia, dont be ashamed, it is part of u.

  2. i can understand how it feels
    i am also in high school and struggling with disease right now
    really difficult when these guise make u yet another article of enjoyment.
    well disease occurs due to accumulation of toxins in body,
    contact a physician.
    don’t ignore it. change your lifestyle
    pranayma and long breathes through the day will help and also practice sarvang aasanv alopacia is curable within 60 days
    for more help contact me on abhishekrao24x7@gmail.com
    i got cured and you can too.

  3. I do not have alopecia but i have trichotillomania and this makes me feel like im pulling out my hair and losing it hair by hair and this young lady did nothing to make her bald. she was diagnosed with alopecia. I pull my hair so this has inspired me to stop. i have been pull free. Hair is not what makes u beautiful, its your personality that makes u beautiful. The bullies are mean and feel that they need to hurt someone to feel more powerful and big or strong. dont let bullies effect you 😀

  4. I’m 13 and I have had aleopecia areata since i was 2. i cant do anything with my hair without fear of being teased. I cry myself to sleep some nights because all i want is to be able to put my hair in a pony tail! We haven’t found anything that worked. I have even lost my eyebrows. along with aleopecia i have a thyroid problem. i have had injections. creme. special. shampoo, and medication and nothing has worked. All I want is my hair back and to put it in a ponytail.

  5. i know exactly how you feel, im 15 live in wollongong Australia and ive had it for a year its grown back now but when i had it, i shut myself off from my friends and things that i yoused to take for granted like “going to the beach” i didnt go for a year in fear people/my friends would see my spots, but people BE STRONG try to forget it, i know its hard take vitamin pills seem to help 🙂

  6. @coleneee Ugh… been trying to reply, but don’t think it’s been working!
    We use Dr. Lipson, he’s in Warren at the corner of Masonic & Schoenherr 🙂

  7. @coleneee We use Dr. Lipson. He’s located in Warren near Masonic & Schoenherr. He’s awesome, and ALL treatments are safe for children, all treatments are holistic, so they’re safe for everyone… and needle free! Which was big with us because Maddi hates needles. I am also happy to say that Maddi has been able to go without a wig for months now 🙂 Her hair is back, she still has little blotches of shorter hair that are taking longer to catch up, but she’s completely wig-free now!

  8. @coleneee We use Dr. Lipson. He’s located in Warren near Masonic & Schoenherr. He’s awesome, and ALL treatments are safe for children, all treatments are holistic, so they’re safe for everyone… and needle free! Which was big with us because Maddi hates needles. I am also happy to say that Maddi has been able to go without a wig for months now 🙂 Her hair is back, she still has little blothes of shorter hair that are taking longer to catch up, but she’s completely wig-free now!

  9. @m3times2 Im in michigan who do you use? and is it safe for little kids? my daughter is 4 and has no hair well she has little hair it all fell out and right now she has peach fuzz growing in 🙂 which to us is alot!!!

  10. alopecia started for me when i was 19 .it started with patches of hair falling out for like a year then it all came back.then 8 years later it started again lost all the hair on my head then about a year later i lost all the hair on my body!we just have to remeber that we have alopecia alopecia doesn t have us!

  11. im a 15 year all girl with alopecia that goes to an all girls school, and people can be really really insensitive and mean about me, have only had it for a couple of months now but its just now starting to bother me, i always told myself its just hair but now i am finding it really hard to deal with as everyone has starting to notice my hair loss

  12. thank you soo much for your lovely comment on my alopecia video and i really hope it gets as many views as yours so that alopecia awareness can be spread even more 🙂 sorry my reply was so late xxx

  13. Schools sucks, if you are bald or not, I really think I will grow up my children far away from this “institution”.

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