Help dad stop hair loss in it's tracks this Father's Day with a few simple changes.
With Father’s Day around the corner, you might already be thinking about the tie, t-shirt or fishing hook that you’re going to give dear ol’ dad this year. But, what if he doesn’t need any of those things? Shopping for men can be hard, and anyone who has ever had a significant other on any major holiday (including THEIR birthday) can attest to the validity of that statement.
Women, for the most part, are easy to buy gifts for. I will never turn down jewelry, flowers, shoes, new clothes, a gift card to the mall, hair products, seriously just buy me a gift and I will be forever happy and thankful. Men, on the other hand, are much more difficult to read. What if they already have a wallet they love, 10 ties they wear interchangeably, or a razor that even you must admit creates baby soft skin? Well my natural hair loving ladies, you give them what they miss most: their natural hair.
Studies show that by age 60, two-thirds of men will have already begun balding. Unlike the support community found within women’s hair loss groups, hair loss in men is conditioned to not be a “big deal,” and men are encouraged instead to take pills for the rest of their lives, undergo surgery or just plain deal with it. For balding men, there isn’t much sympathy.
But according to Nutritionist David Rodgers, your dad doesn’t have to undergo any serious life changes, other than picking up a new, healthier diet to stop hair loss in its tracks.
“If your dad is interested in regrowing his hair, and especially if he doesn’t mind tweaking his diet in a few key areas, and taking a few to several inexpensive, natural supplements,” said Rodgers, “he will probably love you for helping him restore or retain his youthful head of hair.”
Rodgers has written an entire book dedicated to the regrowth diet strategy titled “Reloaded: Natural Hair Loss Secrets for Safe, Effective Hair Growth” and coming in under $25, the book will prove to be a low-price, life changing gift that for which your father will always be thankful!
Of course, once dad finishes the read, you might want to pick it up, too. The book offers regrowth diet tips that can also aid in faster growth for your natural locks, too. The book is the gift that keeps giving back, and it encourages a #teamnatural family. What more could you want?
How are you planning to celebrate Father’s Day?
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