More Honest Messages
I’m using Ronn’s message to start off this second page of testimonials because it demonstrates something important. A multidimensional approach seems the best way to combat hair loss. Ronn has made some life-style changes (diet, walking) along with doing the scalp exercise. Even though he’s been on the program for only five months the positive results are evident. But let Ronn tell his own story.
Ronn on Friday, September 12, 2003
I think the most important thing we can do is to encourage one another by posting any and all progress we are making with the SE. I’m 27 and my hair has been thinning and receding for about 10 years. I never really noticed it until someone I hadn’t seen in a few years pointed it out to me. (at a party in front of everyone) It’s funny how one person’s insensitive remark can have such an impact on your life. I went home and started looking at old photos and I was shocked. My hairline was slowly creeping back and I had thinned out quite a bit on top. I feel like my life changed in an instant. I was self-conscience, I began counting shed hairs, I thought everyone was staring at my hair, and I wouldn’t go any place that I couldn’t wear a baseball cap to.
I started searching the internet for a solution and was very disappointed. I didn’t want to take pills for the rest of my life. (That’s the reason why Tom’s exercise immediately appealed to me) I’ve been doing the SE for 5 months and I’m seeing improvement. My excessive shedding has all but stopped, my hair looks and feels healthier, and it’s growing longer. The hair on the top of my head would only grow to a certain length, now it’s about 1 inch longer then I can ever remember it being.
In all fairness when I decided to commit myself to doing the SE I also made some other changes in my life. I stopped smoking and started to walk every day. I also cut out candy, fast food, and junk food. I started drinking a Green drink (Green’s Today) which is made from vegetables and fruits and filled with tons of vitamins and minerals. I take a Tablespoon of Flax Seed Oil daily as well. And finally each evening I drink a protein drink. (10 ounces of water, 2 scoops of soy protein, 2 tablespoons of wheat germ, 1 tablespoon of Brewers Yeast, and 5 strawberries in a bender.) It was a radical change for me, but I love the idea that I am fighting back. I feel better then I ever have and I am seeing results in regard to my hair. Stick with it! Your hair is worth fighting for!
Anonymous on Wednesday, September 17, 2003
Tom, As a 23 year old female, I started having severe scalp pain with seborrheic dermatitis with extreme hair shedding and loss. This has been going on for 8 years now. I ordered your CD and have been doing the exercises since mid June 2003. I can tell you that your exercises have been a life saver to me. At the very least, I can say that my scalp pain has decreased by at least 50 percent. I think a lot of the pain was caused from stress. My scalp would get so tight it would turn blood red. My scalp felt like a piece of leather stretched across a board. The doctors wanted to put me on strong medication to help relax my muscles which have a lot of side effects. Thank God for your web site because I don’t think I’m going to need that horrible medication now. The seborrheic dermatitis has improved by at least 25%. My hair loss has decreased by about 50% (losing about 100 per day now). AND…BEST part of all, I’ve noticed that I’m starting to see regrowth along the frontal hair line. I have this little peak that went down my forhead, it disappeared about 3 years ago as my hairloss progressed. There are about 10 hairs there now and they are dark…not grey. They are still very short (less than 1/2 inch long) but this is very positive and motivating. I’m doing a lot of other things too to improve my health and doing a lot of prayer. (Not to be vain here about praying to God for hair loss but my hair is very important to me and I know that my hairloss is NOT from normal hereditary means.) Good luck to you all. At the very least, try the exercise. It can’t hurt you. Give it some time. I can also tell you that I DO LOOK YOUNGER! Even only in my early thirties, I now look like I did in my early twenties! My face looks more toned. I will post again some time in January to report my progress.
Peter on Friday, December 5, 2003
My message is stick with it ! I didn’t post on this site (I dont really post any others) because of a spate of hair related wierdo’s. Lawrence Bowfinger and his no soap philosophy was the last straw. I can look in the mirror now and not worry about my hair. What amazes me is the hair gain above and beyond what I thought was possible ! I have terminals so far down it is scary. My density in the temple are is VERY low, but is evenly spaced and consistent. The thickness of some of these new hairs is unbelievable – they don’t belong on my head ! I know for a fact that the scalp exercise helps healing. An old, large keloid scar on the side of my head is almost flat now ! It is devoid of hair but I can live with that. I think micro scars are part of the mpb problem: They are the cap on the top of the bottle called hairloss. You cant get rid of the contents without removing the lid. I’ve heard a rumour that Christopher Walken swears by a similar exercise to the advanced for keeping his hair. I think it is a very powerful tool. (Tom: I still get 10% on all future CD sales right ?)
The hair regrowth process is unbelievably slow. I do hope my increase in exercise doesnt adversely effect my regrowth. I don’t think it will, but at my stage one becomes nervous. Today at work one of the guys was mocking another for his baldspot. He apologised immediately, and admitted it was wrong. What I found strange was how the guy with baldspot thanked me for standing up for him when I wouldnt understand hairloss ! People – unable to believe my hair could be growing back – have simply decided I always a had a full head of hair ! I still have over an inch round my hair to fill in, but I can now “pass” as a non-mpber.
I would love my normal hair to be as thick as the new temple hairs. Strangly they are thickest where I have a small scar. And they are surrounded by black open pores. I take this to be a good sign ! On a personal note, I would like to thank Tom for giving this information away freely. I can honestly say he has changed my life even if my hairline density never improves. I no longer worry about my hair, my scar is less visible and my face looks amazing. I really think that there is value in the regime Tom prescribes. The routine forces you to earn your hair back, rather than the freebie hair you might possibly gain otherwise. Willpower can do amazing things, not everyone will experience growth, but I believe MANY of you can !!! Good luck guys. I hope to have a definate answer about if my hair is going to completely regrow by May and experience completion by late October. Two years since I started, but an amazing journey. If nothing else happens, I will let you guys know anyway ! Peter
Anonymous on Saturday, February 28, 2004
Hair Regrowth I believe
So, it’s been about 9 months now I would say, and I actually believe that I’m seeing signs of regrowth. The receding line which was normally full of only a few weak hairs now has more, and is more “dense”. Still, it’s not that obvious, only to me of course. But those hairs are making a difference overall…. I didn’t actually take notice till I was observing how I was having more and more “good hair days”. Then I looked closer and noticed it. I think it will take quite a while for me to get full regrowth (maybe a year), but my hairline isn’t that bad anyway… it sure does give a feeling of self-control though. thx Tom.
Matthew McMillin on Friday, March 5, 2004
Hey Tom, I just want to say that I love your exercises. I am 19 and have a horrible receding hairline and I’ve been losing hair since about 15 or 16. Luckily I haven’t been losing it too fast, but still the gradual loss was getting to me. I started your exercises about a year ago with little to no results and stopped for a few months. Now, I’ve gotten back into them (more seriously this time) and I can feel a big difference. My hair has become less greasy and the last week or so I haven’t lost a single hair when washing my hair in the shower. I haven’t see any regrowth yet, but my hair is thickening and if I can just stop the hair falling out, I’d feel much better. By the way, I realized that when I exercise regularly, it seems to help even more. I just want to say thank you to a method that actually seems to halt hairloss, thanks.
Daver on Saturday, April 3, 2004
Well i did it, i did the SE without missing one day for 12 months straight. I’ve had some progress, but let me start with my original condition. Basically just significant diffuse loss from the hairline and back about 3 inches. My entire crown is diffuse thinned to about 50% density i’d say. There are definately many new hairs along the center of my hairline that are dark, 50% thick and have some length. They definately were not visibly there before. My temples are harder to see in the mirror, sometimes i think i can see the 100% vellous coverage darkening. Its hard to tell and too early. The crown is the same deal, can’t get the angle on it in the mirror. I’d say it took about 10 months before i noticed anything at all. I believe i still shed more than “normal” to this day. I’m not noticably thinner than one year ago tho. The SE is the only credible thing i’ve been doing, and it’s also darkened my hair and smoothed out my forehead lines. I believe the 8-12 month regrowth plan is for people who just started thinning. My hairloss started 11 years ago.
Roger K on Saturday, July 3, 2004
I was confused when looking at your video cd too. In fact I did not learn the exercise the right way untill I read terris messages. She really helped me to get control of my muscles at the back of my head. I am getting about a half inch of movement now. I ordered your cd about a year ago. The learning process was slow but now that I learned it the exercise is easy. I have a few lines on my forehead that I did not have before but they are hardly noticeable. My face looks tighter though. I like my new look. I am still thin in the crown area of my scalp but my frontal hair line has actually filled in although not as thick as when I was fifteen. If my crown area would thicken up just a bit I would be totally happy. I tried brewer’s yeast but it made gas. I am using flaxseed oil though and I have given up junk foods entirely. I also got my weight down to what I want. Probably all this has helped in my fight to keep my hair. I actually enjoy doing the scalp exercise. It is relaxing. I do it twice a day sometimes more. My GF thinks I look like an idiot when I do it but thats OK.
Eric Roberts on Friday, August 27, 2004
I also wanted to say I am 21 years old and my dad’s hair was thinning dramatically at this age. My hair hasn’t changed much. It is thinner than 5 years ago but I see it becoming thicker every day as I do the exercises just like Tom says. My whole family (both sides have either major thinning or no hair at all). Did they do anything about their hair loss??? Nope. I’m fortunate I found Tom’s web-site because I know it takes time, but it is working. I do the regular exercise for 5 minutes in the morning and evening followed by the advanced exercise which I do for 5 minutes. Then I will do the regular exercise again for 2-3 minutes.
g.t. on Saturday, September 18, 2004 – [This is not really a testimonial but a statement from someone who just gained control of the occipitalis muscles at the back of the head – not an easy task.]
I received your mail. Thank you. At the begining , it was imposible to do the excersise. I thought it would never work but after I concentrated on the occipitals muscles like you said , I picked it up on trial an error. NOW, 3 DAYS later I got full control of the muscles and I did it for 20 minutes the 1st time cause I couldn’t stop doing it , I am very excited because I belive in your system. Thanks a lot, g.t.
Matt on Saturday, October 2, 2004
Hi Tom, My name is Matt and I am a 25 year old male from England. I have been losing my hair since I was 19. The hair loss I am suffering is in the frontal region, I have receded and thinned out and my hairline has moved back a little, possibly a centermetre or so. I found your website earlier in the year and have been doing the scalp excercise for 7 months, although thats a little misleading because it took me 2 months before I actually started to control my muscels at the back of my head correctly, also I have been quite inconsistant with the program, however a week ago I started seeing a few new hairs coming through on my hairline, I have also noticed a general thickening/filling in on the temples and that the hairs on the temples are growing slightly longer. My hair is now approximatley 1 and a half inches long, before if I let my hair get to over an inch in length I would get it cut short again as I felt the longer it was getting the more exposed the thinning areas would be seem, however at the moment I feel my hair is strong enough to handle the extra length in hair. These new findings have given me a new impetus to continue with this program and to try and be more consistent, I feel as though I may of at least found the answer to stabilize the hair loss, but of course I want more! You dont nessesarily have to reply to this email, but I felt I needed to inform you of my progress seen as though you have spent so much time with this subject and with sharing your valuable ideas. Maybe I will update you on my situation in a couple of months, like you say, hair growth is painfully slow and results will take a long time. Thanks & Regards Matt
Eric on Thursday, October 7, 2004
Tom, After about 5 months I have seen a great improvement in my thinning hair. I see about inch long hairs growing, especially in my frontal hairline. It’s such a great feeling and I continue doing your 2 scalp exercises. Your CD that I ordered told me how to do the exercises “the right way.” I remember that I tried to do them the way I thought I should do them, and I was so wrong. I’m lucky I ordered your CD because I would be doing them wrong even today.
However, doing them the wrong way actually made my scalp more flexible. So, when the CD got to me in the mail, I watched it and then I did it right. My scalp was very flexible, and now I am able to move my scalp about an inch.
Tom, THANK YOU for increasing my self-confidence, reducing my anxiety levels, and showing me the only NATURAL way to grow hair using 2 simple exercises. I’m glad I found your site when I did.
Caesar on Friday, October 8, 2004
I feel I have made progress with the scalp exercise. I am a 25 year old man with receding temples, the left receded more than the right, the right just sort of diffusely thinned. I would say I’m about a Norwood 1.5 at the left temple. I have been receding VERY slowly since when I was maybe 17. However, the process seemed to accelerate around 3 years ago. It took me quite a while to learn the scalp exercise, but once I got the hang of it, I would do it now and then during the day when I sat around, on average around 20-30 minutes a day. I have been doing it for thirteen months now. Progress was imperceptibly slow, but after about 11 months or so, the just receded areas in my left temple seemed to fill out somewhat and my hairstlye seemed better. I am not absolutely sure of this though since I didn’t take any before pictures, but I do believe something really happened. The receding areas haven’t completely filled out even now, but I got what I hoped to get, which was stabilization and some regrowth. Tom, I want to thank you for this website, which is amazing. I will keep you guys posted on further developments.
[Igor posted this message on the discussion forum right after the message posted by Caesar on Friday, October 8, 2004]
Congrat caesar, I can confirm some positive news too. After 19 months SE 30-60 min a day every day, EVEN MY NOORWOD 5-6 bald EDGE AREA FILLED UP VERY VERY SLOW, BUT FOR SURE.Thin hairs on bald edges are more thick, there is even some new TERMINAL hairs AFTER 15 YEARS.And a lot of people ask me what happened with my face, which seems 10 years younger…. mens keep going, Thanks Tom, Igor – Slovenia
Mark on Saturday, October 16, 2004
Tom H., It has been several months and I have made great progress. It’s hard to believe that my hair is slowly coming back. I didn’t think I would grow hair in my temporal area. There are hairs, about an inch long, and they r starting to have color to them. I know the girls are looking at me more, because my hair is getting fuller and thicker. It’s crazy how simple the exercises are. I do them just as you say, about 10-15 minutes in morning/evening. I can pull on the hairs on my scalp, and they “stay,” instead of coming out easily. There’s more color to my hair. You just do not understand how happy I am right now!
Maybe you could start a new generation of people with thicker, fuller hair. Not to mention a nice, tight scalp. Tom, (YOU ARE THE MAN!) Thank YOU!! Mark
Jack on Monday, November 29, 2004
Toms’ exercises do not work! His scalp exercises suck! He just wants your $$$. It’s a scam! Jack
Anonymous on Tuesday, January 18, 2005 [This message was posted in the discussion forum in answer to someone who was having problems in gaining control of the occipitalis muscles at the back of the head.]
Well, it sounds depressing! But have you really, really tried working your occipitalis? 2 years ago I felt my life was completely fucked up just because of my hairloss! It seemed that nothing could stop it, I was thinning all over. When I tried doing the se [scalp exercise], it was just a hopeless activity I thought and I dont really know why I started it. But now, 13 months later, my hair is actually in great shape. I have baldness in my family everywhere, so its a miracle that it works so well for me. I really think you should mobilize your motivation and try again. Tom sometimes mentions Biofeed EMG for activation of occipitalis, but I dont know what that is. Sebastian, Sweden
WhoamI on Monday, February 7, 2005
Hi Thought Iâ€™d let you know of my experience re: scalp exercise, well I’ve been doing the SE for over 2 years now & unfortunately it really hasn’t made any difference there doesnâ€™t seem to have been any stabilisation of hair loss (frontal area) and no hair growth at all. I exercise @ least an hour a day sometimes a lot more, I’ve got a twin brother who’s been following the same regime but again with no success. My diets pretty good lots of porridge made with water & olive oil I gave up milk about 8 months ago, I also take supplements: Saw pal OmegaIII, EPO, Brewers Yeast, Zinc, Copper, Selenium ACE etc. etc., I also drink Green tea & I’ve been taking Ho Shu Wu for the past year or so, recently I’ve been using Copper Peptides but without success! I get quite a bit of movement of the scalp very noticeable in public because I’ve tried it. Anyway I thought I’d let you know about my experience with SE @ times I really thought it was working perhaps some darkening & more body but it’s very easy to fool yourself, so I’ve decided to call it a day because I just donâ€™t seem to be getting anywhere I’m sorry to say.
Anonymous on Sunday, March 6, 2005
Tom, I’m not an expert on hair, save for what I have learned on your website. i have been doing the exercises for around 19 months, since aprox. July 1, 2003. Anyway, when I first started noticing the development of a widows peak a couple of years ago when I was 19, I was heartbroken when i found the hairs on the sides started to come in shorter (I always leave my hair a little longer) and it really looked bad. anyway, I never had bald spots, just coverage with tiny hairs. Anyway, these hairs always had color, so I assume that they were in a resting stage and not vellus. i do remember them being a bit more blondish (my hair is reddish-brown,). Anyway, after doing the se for a few months I noticed the hairs in the sides and front got very dark, like black and started to come in longer, going from around maybe 1/4 of an inch when I started to about 1 inch in about 4 months. i have noticed that those hairs are now longer and some match the lenght of my terminal hair, and that “new” hair, meaning ones that weren’t there before I started SE, have begun to sprout further along down my forehead. these hairs continue to grow. I am a “fanatic” about the se. i usually do it 3 times a day, sometimes doing 1 1/2 hour session to finish the day. i also drink soy milk as I hear it is very good for healthy hair. Anywa, it is slow in coming, but I see the rsults everyday that i look in the mirror. I would say its 50% better than when i started. Thanks Tom, your website has given me alot of hope when I was really feeling down about my situation and i really appreciate all that you have done for us.
Eric on Thursday, March 10, 2005
Tom, I am usually coming to this forum to add “stuff” about health and healthy foods. It has been 10 months now since I started the scalp exercises. I will say I am a scalp exercise “guru,” as you might say. I really didn’t know if it would halt my hairloss, and was skeptical to a certain point, but I am pretty patient and I work hard at school, work and running. As some people already know on this forum I have Bipolar disorder and take 3 medicines; Seroquel, Effexor XR and Klonopin, but am successfully on a therapeutic dose in which if I take my medicine I am fine. I hate the thought of taking medicine for the rest of my life, but if it helps me to be stable, it’s alright. As for the scalp exercises, I am living proof that it works. Everyone is different, but see, my personal thought on the scalp exercises is that it’s free and it not only helps me to keep the hair I have and has regrown hair, but it also has made my forehead a lot smoother and it is like my forehead is very muscular (if that makes sense).
As a 21 year-old male, I care about my health and also my appearance. I do a lot of reading of the latest health news and findings. I eat a lot of vegetables, brown rice mixed with beans, Carlson’s Fish Oil, Coleman’s Meat once a week for the iron, Lysine, and Vitamin B12, I drink Spring water, Horizon Organic milk, fruits like oranges and apples, organic flaxseed meal, pumpkin seeds, almonds, Quaker regular oatmeal, Puritan’s Pride Brewer’s Yeast (one spoonful every morning mixed with water), and sometimes I order Coconut Oil from Tropical traditions (they manufacture awesome coconut oil)! That’s pretty much all I eat. I take no multivitamins because I feel strongly about getting all my nutrients from foods. I used to run a lot, but go to college here in Charleston, WV, and work, so I don’t have a lot of time to run. If I could give anyone on this forum advice, it would be to cut out sugar from your diet and add “real” foods such as brown rice and beans mixed together, vegetables, and the rest of the foods I mentioned. I believe strongly in cutting out all sugar from my diet, accept for the natural sugars in fruits. As for the scalp exercises, you should hopefully see results in time. If not, you maybe doing something wrong, or your diet may not be alright. I can honestly say I’m very suprised with the scalp exercises.
I have halted my hairloss and new hair has been growing. “ALL” of the guys in my family (dad, grandpa, 2 uncles), they all have extremely thin hair. However, one of my uncles smoked for years and has cancer, the other has very thin hair and doesn’t have a good attitude towards life, and my grandpa is bald on top with a “few hairs” still intact. My dad has the best diet out of any of them, but he still has very thin hair and it has been like this for a long time, but it seems like in the past few years it has been worsening. I don’t want to end up like them and I have taken a stand. I wish everyone out there (men and women both) to keep healthy and to take a stand for health and hairloss. Eric, Charleston, WV (USA)
Pete on Friday, March 10, 2005
I asked my cousin if these Scalp Ex’s are really working or if its just in my head. He said there is no way that this works and that I am wasting my time. He is smart as heck and I think he would know a thing or two about this. He said that there is a cure out there but he is trying to find out what it is and he said he would tell me. When I find out I will tell everyone. In the meantime, you should stop the SE’s because they probably dont work anyway.
G. Roa on Saturday, April 2, 2005
Dear Mr. Tom Your method has been one of the few jewels of knowledge that I have found on the Internet. God bless you for freely sharing it to help the thousands that are looking for a solution to baldness. I started doing your scalp exercises because I had personally experimented with hair massages to slow down the hair loss. I had been using a scalp massager for years (I am 34 and started losing my hair when I was 17) and could see my hair thinning dramatically during the periods that I gave up and stopped using it. Then, after seeing my self in a recent picture with an almost bare head and a receding hairline, I decided to give the scalp exercise a try, one of the now many “one more time” tries, before totally shaving my head and buying half-a-dozen baseball caps that were going to become permanent part of my dress code (by the way, I don’t look too good in a baseball cap).
Since the beginning, I started doing the exercises intensively even though the scalp wasn’t moving much. I kept doing the exercises at night while doing my computer work. As I read in your website, I also started using a conditioner for a deeper cleansing of the scalp and coincidentally started drinking green tea. Now, ready for this?? The improvement is so dramatic that even my wife saw the difference and is happy with my new hair. We both can feel that my hair has a new texture and is much thicker. It is not falling anymore and new crops of thick spiky hair are continuously growing and staying, filling up with blackness the old see-through-fur. I think that one of the reasons for the new hair is that the scalp is a lot thicker and flexible. My scalp was so tense and thin that at times it was painful to use the scalp massager. Ready for another one?? I mastered the exercises in just a little more than a month and started seeing dramatic improvements after a month and a half. Again Tom, I want to thank you for keeping a guy from becoming a year-round baseball fan with baseball cap covering his head, and may God bless you and keep you and your family healthy and happy. G Roa
Tom Oliver on Sunday, April 10, 2005
Your exercise has worked absolute miracles for me. It began to fall out when I was 16 and I had had gorgeous hair before. Then it continued until 32, and your exercise was the only thing that stopped it. Now my hair keeps growing back, at a steady pace, but the beginning is of course only slightly noticeable at first. But it is definitely growing back and thatÂ´s a miracle. Most people are so conditioned that hair will never grow back that their minds are not open to any sort of remedy. Re sports: I do endurance, weight training and kung fu or dancing on top. Works best for me and pushes the hair regrowth results additionally. All best, Tom
Colm F on Wednesday, August 3, 2005
I have been doing the SE correctly for around 18 months now and progress isn’t great. I’d like to say that hair loss had at least stopped but it has definitely increased. If i push my hair back at the temples, it looks really thin at the hairline- the only reason this isn’t usually obvious is that i have thick hair anyway and can usually fluff it out a bit with a good shampoo. I’m getting a bit worried though. I used to think i’d be going bald by 30-i’ll be 31 in November and i still look ok but if the loss continues,i’ll be pretty devastated. I’m starting on Puritan’s Pride Brewer’s Yeast now to try and bolster things a bit. Here’s hoping anyway.
Anonymous on Monday, August 8, 2005
I’ve been doing the scalp exercises for 6 months. I caught my hairloss fairly early – I’m about a Norwood 1A. I don’t believe my hair loss has gotten visibly worse, since beginning. If anything, nothing has changed, or my hair has become slightly denser all over. It’s hard to tell – I’m a tough person to convince – so I’m about 90 percent sure it’s the latter. My head muscles have gotten way stronger. I can now do the exercises well enough so my family gets a good laugh at my movement. I believe the scalp exercises are benefitting my hair. I do not believe they will grow any hair back yet, but I’ll be posting 2, 4 and 6 months from now in future updates. My best advice is to concentrate on the wrinkling of the brow. I wrinkle mine to the max, but I am not getting any forehead wrinkles. If you work your occipitalis enough, you need not worry about the forehead wrinkles. I find if I wrinkle my forehead as much as I can, than I get full movement when I pull back on the scalp with the occipitalis. I concentrate on each contraction, and don’t cheat myself. So far, pretty good. The people I’ve discussed my hair loss with seem to think I’m crazy – then can’t detect it YET. I am, but nobody can notice it – thank god. Hopefully, this works. I’m investing 20 minutes a day into this.
Terri Young on Wednesday, October 5, 2005
Just a testimony to the effectiveness of the scalp exercise. I am a 50 year old woman, who began the exercise about a year and a half ago. It took about a year to see full results. My hair had receded, back around 1989, to the degree that I began wearing bangs to cover up the loss. Within about six months of practicing the exercise, I noticed random hairs growing on my forehead, where my hairline used to be, before receding. I took it as hope that the area would fill in eventually, and it did. This is the first year in sixteen, that I have been able to wear my hair without bangs. My husband and family all have noticed the difference. It takes practice and perseverance, but the results are well worth it. A million thanks to Tom, for caring about the feelings of strangers.
India 26 on Monday, November 21, 2005
Hi Tom and Friends, I was not sure how to add a new testimonial, so simply started a new thread. Its a good one, Tom. I started the SE (regular/non-cd) on 06/06/2005. So its little over 5 months regular practice of 10 minutes daily. I started seeing results a month back. I have new hair growth symmetrically at left and right upper-rear part of the scalp. Each side has around 10-15 new hair spikes. I can clearly feel them at touch though I resist the temptation of touching them frequently. This was confirmed by my doctor who has pictures of my scalp before starting the SE. The above mentioned portions of my scalp look black in new pics as against skin-colored in earlier. Apart from new hair growth I have noticed a DEFINITE improvement in quality of each hair strand (fuller, healthier, happier). To give some background, I am 26year old guy from India whose hair started deterioriting (quality and quantity) ~10 years back. I had not taken up any medication / exercise before starting the SE, which I mastered from day one. My suggestion to all is hold on to the SEs and try your own intelligent variations. At times saturating your scalp with oil (Aloe Vera my favourite) before doing SE helps a lot in making the scalp supple and elastic, because of obvious lubricating properties of oil. While doing SEs focus more on the intent of making the skin f-l-e-x-i-b-l-e and muscles STRONGER instead of on the technique, and you’ll get the technique right any way in a few attempts. Tom, how justified is my hope to see new growth at the temple areas ? Last but not the least, -T-H-A-N-K-S- Tom ! India26
Anonymous on Friday, January 13, 2006
You will never see any effect because the SE is a complete sham. Why else would the man come and shoot down any other suggetstions? More importantly why can he not furnish one single pic of him bald/balding. Everybodies results fall in the “maybe” category. As in maybe it’s working for me. Maybe it’s whatever else I’m doing. I have yet to see one person post concrete evidence in the form of pictures. On top of that, I haven’t even seen one person WRITE about having results worth mentioning. Just pay attention to how Tom likes to undermine anything else with his sense of humor. He’s a funny guy, the funniest is how he was bald at some point. Hey Tom, maybe we should all just buy a tape of the advanced SE’s. The world would be a better place. The questuion is, for who?
Brian on Friday, January 20, 2006
I just had to respond to it somewhere. That’s the most ridiculous thing I think I’ve read here. I haven’t seen Tom once shoot down any other suggestions. I don’t think I’ve ever seen him say “this absolutely will not work, my SE are the ONLY thing that will ever work for you”. A sham? I wonder if that person even tried the SE and stuck with them. Funny how most people who post crap like that gave it a go for like 2 weeks and expected a full head of hair. Tom never promises anything. And he offers the exercise explained for free. Every other website REQUIRES a fee. The SE may not work, but I think it’s starting to. And if it doesn’t. oh well. I didn’t waste any money on those other crazy SHAMS.
Click on Testimonials, page 3 for more messages from people who’ve had success or lack of success with the scalp exercise program.