There is a man by the name of Alan Tomlinson (at least I think that’s his name) and he created a product called ZX42. There are videos on youtube as well as websites that sell his product along with before and after pictures that can be found on said websites as well as on Google images, of course.
The marketing used to promote this product is pretty lame, but some of the results I have seen the customers have with it (not to mention the product creator’s own progress with regrowing his front hairline back) makes me unsure as to feel about this product.
Have you heard of this product or not, Doctors? Also, if ZX42 were shipped to you, could you analyze the product and see what, if any, efficacy it has in aiding and abetting in the regrowing of hair and such?
I personally hadn’t heard of it before, but the marketing for it does look pretty poor. One claim the product makes is “get all of your hair back in a year.” That’s a very bold claim and ultimately I’m going to assume it is complete BS. There is nothing that will bring back all of your hair, and if this stuff had an validity it would be the talk of the internet and medical literature. When I Google it, all I see are people calling it a “fraud” and “scam”.
We do not test products. We basically subscribe to the saying: “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is“.