Snippet from the article:
â€œI just put three or four drops on each side of my temple once a day,â€ said Mr. Paduda, 32, an insurance worker from Boca Raton, Fla. â€œThe hair in that area, which was real thin and wispy â€” all those hairs got thick again, dark.â€
Mr. Paduda is one of a growing number of men experimenting with Latisse as an antidote to encroaching baldness. Made by Allergan, the drug has already won a following among women for helping them grow long, fluttery eyelashes. It was only a matter of time before it made the leap to denuded pates.
Read the full story at NY Times – New Stratagems in the Quest for Hair
Latisse (bimatoprost) is expensive and comes in small quantities (it’s an eyelash growth medication), but people are experimenting with using it for hair growth. It’s a prescription medication, so you’ll need to find a doctor willing to prescribe it… and have the financial means necessary to keep up with the $150/mo cost for a small quantity.
The article also briefly gets into hair cloning, and mentions that my colleague Dr. Robert Bernstein believes hair cloning to be commercially available within a decade.