Even if it did work for Lawrence
Lets say that it did stop his balding and he regrew a ton of hair, lets assume that…I dont believe it but for the sake of argument lets say he did
Ok , most guys do not respond to most regimens the in the same manner, otherwise there would be one cure for baldness, there is certainly not
some guys respond to propecia or Rogaine, others have zero response
I am one of the lucky ones to respond to natural DHT blockers.Some guys have no response, to this, some guys it even makes their hair worse.
So, because I had a great response and regrew and thickened my hair considerably with natural DHT blockers, does that mean I get to go on Oprah and say I HAVE THE CURE FOR BALDNESS, …hardly
So what makes ONE GUY, assuming he regrew a lot of hair by stopping using shampoo, so special
there was another poster on the board who said he tried stopping it for two years, he got balder and balder
You guys with the shampoo theory need to get off your high horses, unless you have like 10 guys, or 100 guys who can back this up, one guy does not cut it
I guarantee I could find a lot more than one guy who have responded to a ton of different regimens, but that doesnt mean they stumbled onto the miracle savior for all bald men
I would say that stopping shampoo, falls into the category of ,needs a ton more research and testing before it can even begin to be categorized as a promising treatment for hair loss
Name any other treatment that has been touted so much, with so few successs stories, how many success stories VERIFIABLE, do you have other than Lawrence?