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More Hair Growth For ManeGain in Austin, TX

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Austin, TX – October 28, 2010: Continuing its growth in Austin, ManeGain has secured another location to treat individuals suffering with the age old problem of hair loss and thinning hair.  Bella Salon, a 20 year old Austin icon now offers the ManeGain Hair Rejuvenation Therapy™ at its 6th Street location.

The ManeGain Station, which looks very much like a lady’s salon hair dryer, combines three types of pulsed energies: Low Level Lasers, Visible Light, and Magnetic Energy.  In combination, they remove the underlying cause of hair loss by first knocking the hormones off the affected hair follicles.  Once this is achieved, the therapy then stimulates each hair follicle cell while at the same time increasing blood flow to and from the hair follicles.  Essentially, this therapy creates an environment that allows individuals suffering from hair loss or thinning to regrow their hair naturally.

ManeGain’s CEO, Barry Thornton, who also co-founded ClearCube, stated, “The basic cause of hair loss has been known for some time to be hormone, but no one was sure exactly what was happening on a cellular level.  Low Level Laser Therapy was accidentally discovered as a way to retard hair loss and in a majority of cases to cause hair regrowth. Our research determined the “root” causes of hair loss. Once that was determined, we were able to take this treatment and combine it with two other technologies into what is now ManeGain.”

When asked why Bella Salon decided to distribute ManeGain Hair Rejuvenation Therapy™, Joshua Martin, the owner of Bella said, “Bella Salon was founded by artists for artists and we believe what we create is living works of art. ManeGain addresses a problem with some of our clients by regrowing and strengthen a natural canvas of hair.   We really like the fact that their Therapy is all about using a persons’ own healing potential to regrow hair.  Their technology puts energy back into the scalp in order for it to regrow and produce a strong, more healthy hair follicle.”  Mr. Martin went on to say, “It is also nice to know that ManeGain is located in Austin, and that they manufacture their products here as well!”

ManeGain’s market and sales chief, Jeffrey Fry, stated “Not only is Bella Salon an Austin icon known for its artistic flare, but they also believe in organic, all natural treatments for their clients, which is directly in line with ManeGain’s core beliefs. Bella continues our quest to place the Hair Restoration Therapy Stations in ten upscale salons and spas in Austin. We are negotiating with a variety of other locations and hope to have Austin placements completed in thirty to forty five days. After that, ManeGain will start deployments in Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth and then on to Los Angeles and New York City.”  Mr. Fry went on to say, “Bella is a great choice because they understand how getting a great hair style can be a transformational experience and that translates into greater confidence and self image. Bella is as unique as Austin, and our Therapy offers a unique, natural way to restore, rejuvenate, and regrow your hair.”

The ManeGain Therapy involves no special procedures or protocols, and clients sit under the ManeGain Station for 25 minute sessions.  The technology has been approved by the FDA, and there are no known side effects or contraindications.  ManeGain is so confident in the success of their technology that they can offer a confidence guarantee to alopecia sufferers that if your hair does not begin to regrow and you are not completely satisfied, they will refund your money.

For more information about Bella Salon, you can contact them at www.bellasalonaustin.com or call at (512) 474-5999.

For more information about ManeGain, you can contact them at www.manegain.com or call at (877) 5-REGROW or email at info@manegain.com.

ManeGain offers a technology for people to regrow their hair naturally without drugs or chemicals.  The company was founded in order to bring the benefits of this revolutionary technology from out of the doctors’ offices to a more mass market.

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