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  1. Hey guys. I haven't logged into this forum for a while now, since the HIS Tapatalk portal seems to have permanently quit working. A year has zipped by since my SMP treatment in Los Angeles. Yesterday, I underwent a post-treatment session wih Zang, to make a few 'style' enhancements. MY FIRST YEAR WITH SMP For the newbies, I'll recap... I'm 63, fair-skinned, once blonde, now 75% gray, and a Norwood 7. When I did SMP last year, I had already been bald for over 40 years. And for that reason, the initial treatment approach was intentionally conservative. But, a remarkable thing happened over the course of the last year (thanks to SMP)... my self-confidence grew by leaps and bounds. Consequently, I started taking much better care of myself. New clothes; regular workouts; better skin care; sun damage treatment; healthier diet... basically everything has had a long-overdue overhaul. ZANG REVISITED I am a Zangaholic. It was so good to see him again yesterday, a year later. We had pre-discussed my session goal of pushing the limits of my SMP beyond conservatism. We agreed to: • revise my hairline (more 'broken' and less 'widow's peak') • reduce my 'recession' at the temples • blend pigment further down the sides and back • increase pigment density and volume • use a darker pigment shade overall As we started yesterday's session, I wondered (to myself) whether I should be leaving well enough alone. But Zang's enthusiasm about our approach put my mind at ease. My first sessions had not seemed painful at all. But yesterday was the extreme opposite. I grit my teeth in silence, so as not to have my pain become the focus of the session. It helped a lot to chat about 'life' with Zang for three hours while he worked – anyone who has ever sat in his chair can attest to Zang's gift of entertaining dialogue. Surprisingly, there were no photos yesterday – neither before nor after. We took about 20 minutes to pencil in our planned changes. From that point on, it was a focused work session without pause, with a high degree of artistic finesse by Zang. It wasn't until Zang suddenly pronounced, "OK, we're done," that I finally got to see the outcome. My reaction was pure ecstasy – Zang had flawlessly achieved every goal that we had set forth, and the overall effect was even greater than I had hoped for or expected. Now, 24 hours later, the redness has already vanished. The hairline is brilliant – total perfection. The temples are much less receded now... with better sculpting and integration. Plus, I can already see that the overall effect of the darker and increased (area and density) pigmentation were extremely worthwhile changes. I'll give it 1-4 weeks to settle in before posting any pics. But I'm actually more excited about these results than for any prior session. My degree of hair loss and graying – coupled with uncertainty by both Zang and myself about how conservative of an approach we should take – made my original and follow-up situations far more challenging than the norm. SMP has dramatically improved the quality of my life, and my happiness. And I can tell that with the work we did yesterday, my appearance is going to get even better thanks to this latest work. I looked in the mirror this morning, and can now say that I feel that I look like the guy I was meant to be, finally. I'm blown away, once more, by the SMP process. And by Zang, who is one of the nicest and most dedicated guys I've ever met. His SMP talent knows no bounds.
  2. 2016 is just around the corner. It's high time that the brotherhood in the greater L.A region get together, swap stories and network. Let's make it happen!
  3. So I had my firth treatment last Thursday and today is Tuesday. I ask my practitioner when I can return to the gym he said after 4 days. Well today is the 5th day and I went to the gym I don't really sweat heavily when I work out I only worked out for maybe about 40 minutes. But then my paranoia started to kick in about how long should I actually wait to workout. So I came on here and it says wait to workout after 10 days but then it says don't sweat excessively after 10 days I would say I have a little bit to moderate sweat. So is it okay for me to work out or should I wait the max of 10 days. Please help me because now im worried that I possibly messed up
  4. Hey, LOS ANGLELES! I need a huge favor. I have my first consultation this Monday 12/15 at 4:30pm. I'm African-American, medium brown skin. Would really like to meet an AA man who has had this procedure, while visiting the office. Happy to buy you a drink after. Please let me know. I appreciate the favor in advance.
  5. Toronto Clinic

    Hi everyone, I am new to the forum. i have been following for a couple weeks now and have seen lots of SMP Cases and i am amazed. I am a 20 year old from the Toronto area and have been noticing hair loss/thinning for about 2 years now and it really has affected me immensely! I am currently a college student and i find myself wanting to skip out on things every college activity, hanging out with friends or just going out in general. Though i still have a good amount of hair, it is something that is bothering me because it went from me noticing to long time friends pointing out to me. From early teenage years i was always the kid with long curly hair and i remember when i first wanted to cut it my father (Norwood 6/7) would always say to me "Enjoy it while you can". i always brushed it off like "no way it would happen to me, my moms parents don't have hairloss in the family". As i cut my hair shorter and shorter i slowly noticed less growing back in certain areas (temple areas and frontal area) and thinning in crown. I have looked into every type of hairloss treatment, surgery, etc. and the cons never outweighed the pros. And i have been told many different things from different companies either telling me "i am the perfect candidate" and some telling me "whoever told you this treatment is right for you is crazy". where there was other cases who were in disbelief that one told me to go through with FUT and others telling me i was crazy for considering FUE. The end result, a lot of confusion and a lot of stress with a side of an overwhelming feeling of hopelessness. Many travels for consultations where they would just tell me everything i didn't want to hear. There were many cases where i was told yes and my mom would say to me "get another opinion" and me being a young adult was just wanting to act upon my decision out of desperation. Though frustrated at the time, there isn't a day that goes by where i don't thank my mom for saving me from having a huge scar in the back of my head! When everything looked and felt hopeless i remember the night i came across HisHair advertisement on youtube. I have heard about "Hair Tattoos" before but never was willing to look into it because i was stuck on the idea of just wanting a full head of hair like my friends! But as i soon came to realize, it wasn't about having a full head of hair. Though in my life i have NEVER shaved or buzzed my head, i didn't think of it being something that would bother me. what bothered me was the fact i am 20 and having a head of a 35 year old man. I felt that with the thinning of my hair it would take away my youth, not only physically but mentally as well. When i saw His Hair i felt the biggest relief due to the fact that pretty much EVERY ONE was a candidate! Being from the Toronto area there is not much of a big market for SMP CLINICS. I have done countless and countless amount of research on this procedure like i did with the transplants and other topicals. Unlike those procedures/treatments, SMP was by far the most affective physically and costly. I don't think i have ever been this excited. I think it will take the edge off for future hairloss, because though it is gradual, the Pigment will cover up where i would eventually be loosing hair. In my opinion, this time of my life is the most important in order of finding myself and creating an image for myself. Please HisHair, help me get my life back on track. This procedure in my opinion is truly a blessing. For anyone who has MPB, Alopecia, scar victims, etc. I would truly like to hear more about the Toronto clinic as i am very interested in booking an appointment ASAP!
  6. Sup guys , I been watching many of the videos online and have been looking into this recently ,I'm 26 (27 in 2 months)....last summer I noticed some thinning in my crown , but recently it's gotten worse ..weird part you can't tell anything from the front other than slight mature receding ,but if you look at the back of my head you would think I might be going bald soon....the hair is just losing density in the back from what I can tell ... While looking into his I was very happy to know there's a clinic here in Los Angeles as I'm only an hour away, and I thought this was only available in uk !!, my question is if the people that do it in Los Angeles as good as the ones from the uk? (As far as experience and quality) Only reason I ask is cause I saw some good pics and videos from the Manchester location... Also if anyone has gone to the Los Angeles clinic can you share your experience ? Thanks
  7. Hi, I'm trying to decide if this treatment is the right one for me. I've had HT and scalp reductions and would love to meet up with someone who had the treatment done to see what it looks like upclose. I work in the industry and it is important that it be undetectable. Would anyone like to have, lunch, coffee, tea? Let me know, Thanks.
  8. Los Angeles Demo Day: Meet The Team

    We're here all day! HIS LA thought that our forum users might like a chance to meet the LA Customer Service Team! Please find some shots from our day so far below: Zang checking out today's treatments , Danny (our US Video Guy!) shooting our new LA video (watch this space) , Nate hard at work in reception , and finally me and Farisha posing with our signage! Come and give us a visit (we've already had lots of exciting visitors already this morning!); the sun is out, and Zang, Nate, Dave and I will all be here until later this evening! We are located in West LA, right next to the Century City shopping mal. See you soon
  9. Hello SoCal! We're holding an event - and Mr Nate Ward would like to meet you! If you have ever wanted to have your SMP questions Answered, why not make a visit to our office in West LA this afternoon? The whole team are here today, and ready and willing to answer your questions! We have the Regional Director Zang, our Seattle practitioner Dave, and Farisha, Nate and myself from the customer service team (and balloons!). Come and put a face to our names and we'll be happy to answer your questions or get you an appointment at one of locations! We'll be here until 6 pm / 7pm this evening! But please to call ahead on 1-855 - 447 -4247, if you'd like to pay us a visit! P.S - We have clients here too, who will before than happy to share their SMP experiences (LIVE DEMOS!) See you soon! Lucy