Hair Loss and Alopecia Treatment Website Releases Transformational Video

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Hairloss.com, the Internet's largest and most comprehensive website dedicated to unbiased consumer information about Alopecia, hair loss conditions and hair loss treatments has released the fourth video in their animated "Hair Is Important " series. The minute-long video serves as a call to action to those suffering from hair loss and Alopecia to transform their lives with positive action whether or not they choose to seek treatment.

We created this video to stress that even if individuals don't seek hair loss treatment, there are other ways to improve their physical appearance, and more importantly, to improve their overall quality of life.

Hairloss.com, the Internet's leading website dedicated to unbiased consumer information concerning Alopecia, hair loss conditions and hair loss treatments has released their fourth online video in their highly popular "Hair is Important" series.

According to Michael Garcia, Editor and chief spokesperson for HairLoss.com, the animated minute-long video serves as "a concerned call to action" to those suffering from hair loss to transform their lives with positive action whether or not they choose to actively seek treatment. "We created this latest video to reaffirm for our clients and the hair-loss community at large our progressive position that virtually anyone suffering from hair loss has a choice of treatments which could restore their hair. We want to stress that even if individuals don't seek treatment, there are other ways to improve their overall physical appearance, and more importantly, to improve their overall quality of life."

The influential website unveiled the on-line video on October 15th, and it was produced by Bright Bulb Solutions, a Los Angeles-based Internet marketing firm. Bright Bulb Solutions' presentation features original illustration, animation, music as well as voice-over narration recited by professional voice actor Wesley Horton:

"Hair is important. Yet hair loss isn't the end of the world. Though we've yet to discover a cure, many treatments exist to help us restore our natural appearance. And while we decide how to treat our loss, we can decide to perfect other parts of our lives even if we may never have that perfect head of hair again. We can improve our health and fitness to look and feel attractive. We can apply fashion and style to enhance our social lives. We can exercise our creativity to create more meaning in our lives. We can better our relationships to increase our happiness and joy. Hair is important … but when we lose our hair, we gain the realization to see our loss as a timely opportunity to learn and to grow."

The video storyline chronicles the transformation of a representative overweight, balding gentleman who takes on the personal challenge to improve the quality of his life by losing weight, dressing fashionably, engaging in a creative hobby, and celebrating his relationships even though his hair loss condition remains.

According to Garcia, HairLoss.com has partnered with Bright Bulb Solutions to produce an entire series of public service-style videos "with intelligent and compassionate themes of understanding" to those struggling with both the physical and emotional effects of Alopecia and hair loss.

"But the purpose of this video isn't only a concerned call of action for hair loss sufferers to empower themselves and to take back their lives," stressed Garcia. "If you take the time to visit and explore HairLoss.com, you'll find channels dedicated to improving fashion, relationships, health and nutrition, written specially for hair loss sufferers by authoritative writers. Our video, literally and dynamically illustrates our sincere approach to helping those who suffer from hair loss to amend their lives."

The "Hair is Important" video series is available for free viewing and download at HairLoss.com as well as readily available for no-cost syndication on You Tube and other major online video sharing networks, notes Garcia. "Any hair loss service provider who wishes to assist in our efforts to raise public awareness of the sensitive issues surrounding hair loss are being granted free license to embed the videos on their own websites and blogs."

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