Thats according to Ken Belanger, a formerly bald-headed computer scientist in San Francisco, who claims a combination of vitamins and an anti-inflammatory product called diphenhydramine-HCI used for allergies can restore hair growth.
Belanger who had been bald for 25 years discovered the cueball cure by accident when he was trying to lose weight and was using vitamins to make up for the missing nutrients and took the diphenhydramine for his allergies.
To his surprise, Belangers hair started growing back and hasnt stopped in 18 months.
Now, Belanger is trying to spread the word and new hair by marketing his formula under the name RK19.
However, Belanger says his vitamins are more likely to work on someone who is in the process of going bald like Matt Lauer as opposed to someone who has had a chrome dome for years like Patrick Stewart.
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