Saturday, March 12, 2011


I have a bit of a confession to make. Kels and I went to see an acupuncturist on Friday. We were curious and wanted to see what it's all about and what benefits it may provide. We were referred to a Master Lu. The acupuncture was interesting, I went more to just try it out and seeing as it's been around for upwards 3000 years I thought it may be worth some investigation.

As Master Lu was putting the acupuncture needles in part of my head he commented on my receding hairline. I'm not going bald or loosing my hair all that much, nor am I all that concerned about it but he recommended a traditional Chinese herbal product he himself developed and got produced to carry in the office.

One thing about Master Lu is he's mostly bald. My instincts told me not to buy a hair loss product from a bald guy. I asked him if it worked and he insisted he would not sell it if it didn't work. I asked him if he used it on himself and in his Chinese accented English way wiggled around my question. He said I'd sleep better, have less stress and "more full hair". Out of curiosity I bought his bottle of Chinese herb for hair regrowth. I asked if there were side effects and if it would stimulate all body hair or just the hair on my head. He said just head hair would grow more thick.

So my confession is that I bought a hair regrowth product that only affects the head, and from a mostly bald Chinese guy. haha I'm not proud of how that sounds.

Not all the results are in, so we'll see if I got duped or if bald Chinese men do in fact sell hair regrowth products.

1 comment:

  1. It's now Jan 2011 and well.....Moral of the story: Don't buy a hair loss product from a bald China man.