Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Gordon Ramsay's £30,000 hair transplant vs Rs 1799 Nanofibres (£20.00)

Gordon Ramsay's £30,000 hair transplant has been hailed as a rip off by a prison warder who solved his own baldness - using a £20.00 tin of Nanofibres..!!

Father-of-three John Banks, 47, was nicknamed Friar Tuck over his lack of hair but instead of resorting to expensive treatment he trawled the high street for a cheaper solution. He bought a can of Nanofibres, which filled in the empty patches on his head with tiny keratin fibres that clung to his existing hair.

Mr Banks from Eastbourne, said: 'It just shows you don't have to be a rich celeb like Gordon Ramsay to cover up your baldness. I was amazed about how quickly the treatment worked; people noticed straight away and gave me compliments. The prison worker was 35 when he first began Hair Thinning and spent years cutting his hair short and wearing hats in a bid to disguise the growing bald patches at the top and back of his head.

Mr Banks said: 'I used to just grin and bear it when my hair first started falling out, but in the last 3-4 years it's started to come out much more.

'At first I had to cut my hair really short as I didn't want to have one of those awful comb overs.'

But three years ago the patches had grown and people began calling him 'baldy', with some saying he looked like Friar Tuck. Even his fiance Claire Sharman, 42, joked that she wanted to marry him before he went completely bald.

Source daily mail reporter
  1. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1347861/Baldness-cure-Prison-worker-uses-15-nanofibre-spray-hair-patches.html?ito=feeds-newsxml
  2. http://www.nanogenindia.com/


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