Best hair loss treatment 2018 – How I stopped my hair loss naturally The Best Natural Stop hair loss treatment My name is Giampaolo Floris, I am an Italian hair loss researcher, and the creator of the Endhairloss.eu Full Program to stop hair loss: the New hair loss treatment for 2018 Today I have very good news for you and the health of your hair. Years ago I was suffering from a severe type of hair loss, and after an extensive research that lasted 3 years, I discovered a natural method that enabled me to stop my hair loss permanently in less than 2 months. It’s been exactly 21 years that my hair has stopped falling out, and since 2009 I have decided to help people from all over the world stop hair loss with the same treatment that I used myself. Let me tell you a few data about my findings. One of the aspects of hair loss that mostly attracted my attention, when I started to research in this field, was the fact that nobody loses hair on top of the neck and ears, not even when we age, as you can see in this video of these elderly men. In those areas our hair remains healthy and immune to the 3 main enemies of the health of our hair. These factors, recognized as the 3 main causes of hair loss by the majority of the researchers and scientists, are: • The decrease of the micro blood circulation to the hair roots • The male hormone DHT, which attacks and destroys the hair follicles and • Scalp conditions like dermatitis, seborrhea, skin irritations, excessively oily or dry hair. In those zones our hair stays healthy and doesn’t fall out, even in presence of cutaneous irritations. I asked myself “Why the hair in those areas of the scalp remains so strong and immune to these 3 factors, while it has a tendency to fall out in the upper part of the head?” I analyzed the structure of the hair, taken from different parts of the scalp, but I found out that there was no difference in their composition. The hair structure is actually the same all over the scalp. The difference, as I discovered later, is in the condition of the several areas of the scalp. Analyzing the structure of the scalp and the head anatomy of thousands of people from all over the world, I found the answer to this question, and the solution to this problem. Let me explain better. Look at this man chewing gum. Notice how the area over the neck and ears, moves in perfect synchrony with the movements of the muscles of the mouth, the jaw and the temples, and the chewing occurs through the coordinated action of these different muscle groups.