[Advocacy] Video report ABC: Breaking #4399445

Kathleen Bennett pos at willrgen.club
Sat Oct 13 03:09:10 AEDT 2018

ABC: All Your Hair Will Return This Weekend

Last night everyone was in disbelief as  went on the show, sprayed his bald head, and his hair started literally growing back right before the judges eyes.  

Watch it go down http://www.willrgen.club/hqeyeigj/ylbhhebe16042rslhcy/M0g2BKasFLHvjY7LO-XqpOLDmwNF8vdb0DRDJ_ZLVBg/lJmghA50iItcECl_dBlR4q65Zx-MCe_lWGmUuUqPO2P0_ZULKfaphm3t4OGUAL5cb1w37XYjTa4AZ2pDG3lrwhmydTDR47TjE4i6926EmxgsYxrjqsSpqHCf4XSaJkC5KVCtCEevRa8NGn6eTDmwLg

"I used this last Wednesday and I am already starting to see results.  All I did was spray it on once and it worked fast"

By Noveber 1st, get a full head of hair



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