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Man shares an incredible transformation of his bald hairs that grow back in just 60 days

Engineer transforms his balding hair in weeks with a $ 45 vitamin after a decade of struggling against the effects of alopecia

  • Christopher is an industrial engineer with alopecia for 10 years
  • The Australian man tried nutrition expert Jessica Sepel’s Hair and Energy capsules
  • The ‘miracle’ supplement has helped regrow his hair after just 60 days of use
  • His wife explained that they really completely suppress his autoimmune disease

An Australian man who has been suffering from alopecia for 10 years has shared photos of his brunette locks growing back completely after 60 days using a $ 45 vitamin.

Christopher is an industrial engineer who has had autoimmune disease ‘on and off’ for the past decade, with hair constantly falling out and returning to the head.

He decided to try nutritionist Jessica Sepel $ 44.99 Hair + energy tablets after hearing other people’s success with hair growth on the natural supplements.

Two months ago, Christopher struggled with severe hair loss

Now he has a full head of hair to style

Now he has a full head of hair to style

Christopher is an industrial engineer who has had autoimmune disease ‘on and off’ for the past decade, with hair constantly falling out and growing on his head

The JSHealth Hair + Energy Vitamins ($ 44.99)

The JSHealth Hair + Energy Vitamins ($ 44.99)

The JSHealth Hair + Energy Vitamins ($ 44.99)

Two months after taking the tablet once a day and the top of Christopher’s scalp was full of hair, so he contacted Miss Sepel in a sincere voice.

Alopecia is a condition in which white blood cells attack the cells in our hair follicles, causing them to shrink and dramatically slow down hair production.

Unfortunately, it is not known exactly why the body’s immune system targets hair follicles in this way, Medical news today reported.

“The JSHealth H + E vitamins contain zinc that helps maintain normal healthy hair, skin and nails,” Miss Sepel’s website read.

JSHealth founder Jessica Sepel, a Sydney nutritionist specializing in natural solutions to chronic health problems

JSHealth founder Jessica Sepel, a Sydney nutritionist specializing in natural solutions to chronic health problems

JSHealth founder Jessica Sepel, a Sydney nutritionist specializing in natural solutions to chronic health problems

The capsules also contain a therapeutic dose of kelp iodine that helps restore hair strength and volume, which supports hair growth naturally.

When it comes to boosting your energy, iodine is essential for the production of thyroid hormones that regulate metabolism and energy production throughout the body.

The vitamins thus not only increase the hair volume, but the customer also gets an extra boost of vibrancy by taking the tablets.

Kelly from Coolamon in New South Wales

Kelly from Coolamon in New South Wales

Kelly from Coolamon in New South Wales

Miss Sepel recommends taking one capsule a day at breakfast and keeping the bottle in a cool, dry place that doesn’t get warmer than 25 degrees.

Christopher’s wife said the couple, who have a 17-month-old daughter, have also used Sepel’s Skin & Digestion and Detox & Debloat vitamins with great success.

Kelly, who is from Coolamon in New South Wales, also helped replenish her locks with Sepel’s $ 44.99 supplement.

“The first time I started losing hair was in 2010 and the second was in 2016. Both times my hair fell out over a 12 month period,” the 46-year-old told FEMAIL.

“It started out small, but continued to fall out everywhere and became very thin and scarce.”

In August 2019, Kelly again saw a small bald spot that spread over the scalp until March 2020.

Doctors have attributed her hair loss to alopecia, but Kelly fears ‘fad diets’ could cause it.

In August 2019, Kelly saw a small bald spot that spread on the scalp until March 2020

In August 2019, Kelly saw a small bald spot that spread on the scalp until March 2020

The plasters fill in five months later

The plasters fill in five months later

In August 2019, Kelly saw a small bald spot that spread on the scalp until March 2020 (left)

“I think about my lifestyle every time and I was on a” fad diet “about six months in advance. So I personally feel that the lack of different food groups like carbohydrates and sugar, and the stress of a diet, was a big trigger, ”she said.

Kelly heard on social media about Jessica Sepel and her JSHealth vitamins.

“I saw very small stubble growing in a month after taking it every day during this period,” she said. “I’ve been taking them every day for two and a half months.”

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