A TV reality star, the founder of Candy Kittens and a successful entrepreneur, Jamie Laing is the latest man to discover that Sons treatment plans really do work. As an outspoken and candid celebrity, Jamie has openly discussed his hair loss journey in public, in contrast to many men struggling to open up about their issues with hair loss. In order to help men struggling with hair loss, Jamie decided to invest in Sons and stamp out those harmful taboos. The message is clear – whether it’s the first signs, the later stages or maintaining growth post-transplant – Sons have found the solution.
With 6.5 million men in the UK struggling with the detrimental mental effects of hair loss, many are confused, overwhelmed, and, unfortunately, put off by the huge amount of contradicting information on the subject. Add that to the often expensive treatment, many struggle to even discuss their fears regarding hair loss with their friends and family. Sons want to break these barriers and shatter the taboos in order to have an open and honest space for men to discuss their hair loss. For Sons, this is a big deal. Jamie hopes that his open approach to hair loss encourages the millions of men suffering to recognise that it’s important to talk about.
Sons itself is the result of these honest conversations. Over a couple of drinks in the pub, Sons founders Will Kennedy and Adrian Gilbane decided that enough was enough. Working alongside expert physicians, pharmacists and scientists, Will and Adrian have managed to design a clinical plan that displays clear and extraordinary results. Over 90% of men, Jamie included, have benefited from the incredible treatment plan Sons have crafted.
The treatment plan is affordable, effective and completely comprehensible, offering up a zero-fuss experience. To start things off, there is an online consultation process with a physician. This only takes a few minutes, after which a tailored plan is created. It’s worth bearing in mind that no two men are the same, so why should their treatment be? For ease of mind, the treatment products are sent in muted packaging straight to the doorstep. For about half the amount of a standard gym membership, Sons have managed to build a truly unique treatment plan that’s affordable, comprehensible and extraordinarily effective.
Regarding his experiences, Jamie has said: ‘Like most men I have had the worries and stresses of losing your hair. I’ve always been fascinated with a solution. Having found Sons, seen the way they work as a business and realised how amazing their products are, I knew not only that I wanted to use Sons but also become part of the business.’
It’s not a secret how dedicated Sons are to fuelling the discussion between men regarding hair loss. That’s why Sons have committed to donating a portion of sales to the charity CALM.
Sons was founded in 2018, after best mates Will Kennedy and Dr Adrian Gilbane sat in a pub and opened up about their hair loss. Sharing their stories and what they had experienced, they quickly realised things needed to change. Bringing their expertise together, Dr Adrian’s in healthcare and clinical research and Will’s in business, as the business manager for a large Irish brand, the two mates quickly established online subscription service Sons. Working with the best physicians, pharmacists, and scientists, the objective was simple – to offer easy to understand, jargon free, yet affordable hair loss treatment. Headed up by Medical Director, Knut Moe, who has experience in hair loss working in leading hair restoration clinic HRBR, Sons have sourced, licensed and brought to market a combination of products that is proven to deliver the most effective results for male pattern hair loss – proven to deliver results in 94.1% of men.
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