About Hair Loss Protocol

Created by Jared Gates, Hair Loss Protocol is claimed to be a 100% natural hair restoration method that can give you a thicker, fuller, and healthier head of hair in less than 4 weeks, without prescription drugs, expensive over-the-counter solutions, or painful transplants.

The information contained in Hair Loss Protocol is claimed to provide you with a list of minerals, vegetables, herbs, and vitamins that naturally inhibit the production of 5-alpha-reductase (5AR), an enzyme that turns testosterone into DHT, which is the key chemical responsible for the death of hair follicles. In Hair Loss Protocol, Jared claims he’ll show you when to take these ingredients—which are available from your local grocer for about $20—and in what combination to be most effective. 

What You Can Expect From the Hair Loss Protocol

According to Jared, after following Hair Loss Protocol for 4 weeks, you’ll not only have a fuller, thicker head of hair, but your testosterone will be increased, your DHT levels decreased, and your risk of prostate cancer will be greatly reduced. 

Unfortunately, Jared claims that after presenting his findings to “one of the most prestigious medical research universities in the world,” they refused to publish the results due to fear of reprisal from the “multi-billion hair loss, cancer, and testosterone therapy industries,” which is why he’s now selling the information online. To date, Jared claimed Hair Loss Protocol has been used by 94,992 other men and women to regain their hair and their confidence.

Look, it’s no fun losing your hair, and along with it, your youthful confidence. Because of this, you’ve probably searched far and wide for a solution to your hair loss, only to be disappointed time and time again. But is Hair Loss Protocol different? Probably not, and here’s why:

What Does Science Say About the Causes of Hair Loss?

According to Health.com, there are a variety of causes of hair loss, including physical and emotional stress, insufficient protein in your diet, anemia, dramatic weight loss, and many more. Because of this, it’s important that you speak with your physician to determine what’s causing your hair loss so that an appropriate treatment plan can be formulated.

With this said, if you suffer from male pattern baldness, then the DHT cycle outlined on the Hair Loss Protocol website is fairly accurate, as this seems to be the program’s target market. On the other hand, according to MedLine Plus, female pattern baldness is less well-understood, so focusing on DHT reduction might be much less effective for women than for men, contrary to Jared’s claims.

Can Hair Loss Protocol Naturally Reduce DHT Levels in Your Body? Is This Even Safe?

Granted, we’re not told exactly which minerals, vegetables, herbs, and vitamins Hair Loss Protocol recommends, so it’s impossible to know whether or not there’s sufficient clinical evidence showing they can help regrow hair.

With this said, are there really natural ingredients available that can reduce DHT levels in your body, while having a measurable impact on your hair loss? In short, as is the case with most nutritional supplements, there’s simply not enough evidence to say with any certainty.

Even if this was the case though, DHT is responsible for many things within your body (not just follicle death), so artificially reducing it without a medical reason could have a negative impact on your overall health.

Hair Loss Remedies are a Dime a Dozen

A quick online search for “natural hair loss remedies” or “how to reduce DHT” will yield dozens of results, and includes suggestions such as saw palmetto, hot oil treatments, vitamin supplementation, and much more. As such, you might want to try out some of the remedies for free before handing over your hard-earned money to purchase Hair Loss Protocol.

In addition to the above, there are hundreds of supplements available online promising to help reduce DHT levels, many of which are priced much lower than Hair Loss Protocol, considering the additional ingredients you’ll be required to purchase. And if you’re so inclined, you can also speak with your physician about 5-AR inhibitors, although these should generally be avoided for non-medical use.

Recycled Storylines

Finally, Hair Loss Protocol has a very similar storyline to many other Clickbank-based products we’ve reviewed here at HighYa, such as Brain Booster Guide and Erectile Dysfunction Protocol, including:

  • Promising to unveil some “bizarre” secret.
  • This was uncovered by a regular person who simply decided to do some online research and ended up finding a medical breakthrough.
  • The benefits can be achieved using the “right” combination of a few simple ingredients from your local grocer, all for a small sum of money.
  • The author claims to want to share this medical breakthrough with the world, but decided to sell it through Clickbank instead of giving it away for free.

In almost all instances though, these stories fail to hold up to any kind of scrutiny.

Consumers Aren’t Talking About Hair Loss Protocol

Despite how revolutionary Hair Loss Protocol is made to seem, there weren’t any legitimate online customer reviews available at the time of our research.

However, because Hair Loss Protocol is sold only through affiliates, who earn commissions for each sale they refer, we did encounter numerous fake customer review websites intended to fool you into thinking you’re reading about a customer’s experience, when it’s really just more marketing material.

Hair Loss Protocol Pricing & Refund Policy

Hair Loss Protocol is priced at $39 and is available for immediate download after your payment has been processed.

Important note: If you’re looking to save an additional $10 (total price of $29), do the following:

  1. After landing on the Hair Loss Protocol’s video home page, attempt to leave. Depending on your browser, you might receive a “This Page is Asking You to Confirm that You Want to Leave” notification. If so, press “Stay on Page.”
  2. You’ll then land on a text version of the home page. Once again, attempt to leave and press “Stay on Page.”
  3. Finally, you’ll be taken to a page offering a reduced price for Hair Loss Protocol. If you choose to purchase, simply add it to your cart and check out.

Like all Clickbank products, Hair Loss Protocol comes with a 60-day refund policy. In order to request your refund, you’ll need to call customer service at 800-390-6035.

Will Hair Loss Protocol Restore Your Hair & Boost Your Confidence?

Chopping to the Point: When it comes down to it, with such little information to go on, it’s impossible to say whether or not Hair Loss Protocol can help you regrow your hair. But due to the insufficient clinical evidence showing that any natural ingredients can reliably regrow hair, if Hair Loss Protocol does work at all, the results you’ll experience are likely much less astounding than it might be made to seem.

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15 Customer Reviews for Hair Loss Protocol

Average Customer Rating: 1.4
Rating Snapshot:
5 stars: 1 4 stars: 0 3 stars: 1 2 stars: 0 1 stars: 13
Bottom Line: 13% would recommend it to a friend
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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Useless mashup

    • Seattle, WA,
    • Feb 10, 2016

    As others have said, it's a poorly-written "eBook", full of grammar and spelling errors, with no useful information you couldn't find just by Googling "DHT" in Google for two minutes. A third of the "guide" is just random recipes, double-spaced to add filler content. Furthermore, there are several sneaky "upsells" during the checkout that if you aren't watching very very closely what the tiny print is, are signing you up for membership sites or additional physical products. Stay away, using legit products like Propecia, Minoxidil, Procerin, Dutasteride, etc, and understand their is no "secret" cure to be found in a poorly worded eBook selling for 40 bucks on the Internet. Buyer beware.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 0 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Nice, but is it true?

    • Florida,
    • Nov 15, 2015

    I think this program needs to be shorter (the video). It doesn't give a lot of info other than just some testimonies and confirmed results. Also, it would be a lot better if we could see a person talking, it would be more convincing. Although I bought the product and it helped me.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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  • 29 out 32 people found this review helpful

    Lies

    • Seattle, WA,
    • Aug 12, 2015

    This product is a lie. Does some body know why Minoxidil takes around four months to show results? I'll tell you. Because the hair follicles works in different times. Hair has a cycle of growing, stationary phase and die. Not all the follicles are in the same phase at the same time and it takes around 3/4 months to complete the cycle. That's why really scientifically proved methods as Minoxidil or Finasteride take that long to show results. So, something that works in three weeks must be a lie.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 10 out 10 people found this review helpful

    Hairless protocol. This is a scam.

    • Aug 6, 2015

    The book's summary claims that it will help you reduce hair loss. But it doesn't work. I could have found the same information with 15 minutes of research on Google. The book is horribly written. They don't even revise the content before publishing it. It uses old information and there's is nothing scientific about its content.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 15 out 15 people found this review helpful

    Do not buy…

    • Chicago, IL,
    • Aug 2, 2015

    I paid my money and received the e-book. When I read through it, it was as if it was written by a fifth grader. The writer devotes an ENTIRE CHAPTER to talking about celebrities losing their hair. There is no talk of a cure, etc. He literally just talks about the fact that some celebrities are losing their hair. The rest of the book provides you with a diet that must "be followed to a T". Unfortunately, given the severe restrictions in the diet, there is no way one can get by by spending "a few minutes a day" on this remedy.

    I highly recommend you stay away from this book. The only good thing was that, when it came time to get a refund, I received my refund rather quickly. Nonetheless, be warned as this product will NOT be a small investment in time and you will NOT see any results.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 31 out 32 people found this review helpful

    Hair Loss Scam

    • Waterville, ME,
    • Jul 29, 2015

    After falling for the weight loss product scam known as Visalus, I thought I'd never fall for another diet or beauty scam out there. I thought I was wise to it, but I guess not. I am really into natural, homeopathic ways of healing my body. I watched the video and the founder seemed so honest, so real, but I ordered it and it never came! It never came because it isn't real, but the company had no problem taking the funds out of my account.

    Twice bitten makes me a stupid guy.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • May 4, 2015

      HighYa Staff

      Hi Paul,

      Hair Loss Protocol is sold by Clickbank. Like all Clickbank products, it comes with a 60-day refund policy. In order to request your refund, you’ll need to call customer service at 800-390-6035.

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  • 33 out 36 people found this review helpful

    Complete nonsense

    • Vancouver, B.C., Canada,
    • Jul 22, 2015

    I agonized over whether to buy this or not, but I was eventually persuaded by the money back guarantee and ordered. I was immediately sent to page after page of other things they thought they could sell me. The tactic hit my gag reflex and I promptly tried to cancel and get my money back. They said someone would contact me. Two weeks later and no one did. I went back. This time they created a "ticket". Still nothing.

    From January 31st to just about now, nothing. When I contact them, they confirm that I contacted them, but they don't do anything.

    I can't speak to whether or not the protocol works, but I can assure you, you are not getting your money back.

    I gave it one star because they wouldn't let me give it none.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 8 out 10 people found this review helpful

    Crooks

    • Michigan,
    • Jul 21, 2015

    A total scam. They send nothing and cannot can be reached. They are complete crooks.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 18 out 46 people found this review helpful

    Hair Restoration book

    • San Leandro, CA,
    • Jul 20, 2015

    Money was taken from my account on March 18th, 2015 in the amount of $39.00 for the Jared Gates Hair Restoration book and I haven't received the book yet. I would appreciate it if this matter is resolved immediately.

    ClickBank: PZFRE7C6 ID24692165076000065264098

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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  • 11 out 12 people found this review helpful

    Hair Loss Protocol

    • Louisiana,
    • Jul 19, 2015

    Just bought the product thinking it was a book but I never heard from them for a while. So then I asked for a refund and they said that I had waited too long. Anyway folks, this is just a plain and simple rip off!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 27 out 27 people found this review helpful

    Gates does nothing

    • Antioch California,
    • Jun 11, 2015

    Jared Gates is a bare faced liar. Given the opportunity to speak or write he says or writes nothing. He is a liar, do not trust him.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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