David Beckham is perhaps most notably known for once having a normal size head and now seemingly having a reasonably large head. But has his head really increased in size? Or is it an illusion created by two of the most common aging-related phenomena: hair loss and sagging skin?
Welcome my friends. I am happy to tell you that I have delved into the oldern-days of photography and discovered bounty a plenty — in the form of old photos of Star Trek actor Patrick Stewart with hair.
Al Pacino is one of those Hollywood actors who seems to have the super thick luscious hair of a twenty-year-old one day; and the scraggly sparse remains of a 120-year-old’s barnet the very next time you see him. So what’s the deal? What’s going on with Pacino’s hairdo?
Put simply, PTD-DBM is a peptide that inhibits a protein called CXXC5. CXXC5 prevents hair growth. Using PTD-DBM we can prevent CXXC5 from interfering with hair growth. Here’s how…
I’ve suspected for some time now that Channing Tatum is losing his hair. But is he really losing it? And if so, how long does he have left?