About The Hair Factory

Created by Jonathan Walson, The Hair Factory claims to be a step-by-step treatment protocol that can help men and women regulate their DHT levels, reverse hair loss, and grow a full head of hair in just 2 months, without pills, sprays, lotions, or hair transplants—in just 10 minutes per day.

On top of this, the treatments found in The Hair Factory program are claimed to restore your hair’s natural color and to even help you “lose ten years off your face seemingly overnight.” Because of this, Jonathan calls The Hair Factory a “miraculous hair makeover” that has helped more than 45,887 people around the world.

In order to accomplish this, The Hair Factory is claimed to reveal a “secret” formula of herbs and powerful antioxidants that are known to suppress DHT forever, while accelerating hair regeneration at an “incredible” pace.

You’re probably skeptical of many (or all of) the claims made in The Hair Factory’s video, which is why you’re here. So let’s get right to it: Can The Hair Factory reverse your thinning or balding hair? Probably not, and here’s why:

Who is Jonathan Walson?

Outside of direct connections to The Hair Factory, there isn’t any information available online about Jonathan Walson. As such, it’s our opinion that this name is a pseudonym, or is a completely fictional individual.

What is DHT? How Does It Affect Hair Loss?

According to the American Hair Loss Association, “Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is a derivative or by-product of testosterone. Testosterone converts to DHT with the aid of the enzyme Type II 5-alpha-reductace, which is held in the hair follicle's oil glands. While the entire genetic process of male pattern baldness is not completely understood, scientists do know that DHT shrinks hair follicles, and that when DHT is suppressed, hair follicles continue to thrive. Hair follicles that are sensitive to DHT must be exposed to the hormone for a prolonged period of time in order for the affected follicle to complete the miniaturization process.”

Is It Possible to Reverse Hair Loss?

Although there have been some promising studies over the past few year, the fact of the matter is that hair loss, especially caused by male or female pattern baldness, is not reversible. In other words, there’s currently no cure.

However, once you recognize that your hair has started thinning or receding, it can often be slowed or halted altogether using common medications such as minoxidil and propecia. Once you stop taking these medications though, your hair loss will resume shortly thereafter.

Hair Loss Products Galore

Speaking of hair loss products, there are hundreds you can choose from, including Folliplex, Scalp Med, Ovation Cell Therapy, and many more. In fact, there are nearly identical “programs” such as Hair Loss Protocol, although this has no more proof behind it than does The Hair Factory.

On top of this, there are even surgical procedures offered by companies such as Hair Club.

With all of this in mind, finding your ideal solution can be a daunting task and can quickly become frustrating. Because of this, be sure to read our article titled How to Choose a Hair Loss Product, Even if You Don’t Know What to Do.

The Hair Factory’s Unbelievable Story Line

As you were listening to “Jonathan’s” story in the Hair Factory’s video, did you think to yourself, “Where have I heard this before?” If so, you’re not alone.

This is because the story line featured in The Hair Factory is nearly identical to almost every other e-book “cure-all” program we’ve reviewed at HighYa, including Navajo Restore My Hearing System, Quantum Vision System, Restore My Vision Today, and many more.

This includes that the person who wrote the program is being targeted by one group or another, they don’t know how long the video will remain up, they learned their “weird” trick from some kind of unique, interesting individual, and so on.

And in one of the most egregious examples we’ve come across, The Hair Factory website shows a before and after picture of “Jonathan,” and claims that this is what you can expect.

However, not only is this not a picture of “Jonathan Walson,” it appears to have been taken from a website that shows before and after images of hair transplantation patients—precisely what The Hair Factory program claims to go against.

The Hair Factory Pricing & Refund Policy

The Hair Factory is priced at $34.99 and is available for immediate download once your payment is processed.

Like all products sold through Software Projects Inc, The Hair Factory comes with a 60-day refund policy. In order to request a refund, you’ll need to contact the company at (800) 218-1525.

Can The Hair Factory Reverse Your Hair Loss?

Chopping to the point: As you probably guessed, since there isn’t a way to reverse hair loss (especially not using natural ingredients), it’s our opinion that the information contained in The Hair Factory isn’t worth your hard-earned money and should be avoided altogether.

Instead, we’d recommend speaking with your physician about tried-and-true methods of managing your hair loss.

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