In a new interview, Matthew McConaughey reveals what he used to do about 20 years ago to help keep his hair full after losing almost everything.
Matthew McConaughey, 52, may have been known to have fragrant locks, but this was not always the case. The actor has denied rumors that he has had a hair transplant when he talked about using a special topical ointment 19 years ago, in a new interview, to look bald. She first reflected on the fact that hair loss had stopped her hair from falling out in the 1990’s.
“You can go back and see things like this Wedding planner And those things; I mean, you see, I was losing, “he said LADBible. “I found a picture, the turn of the millennium party in Jamaica in 2000, of me laughing and a bald spot the size of a baseball over my head.”
After shaving his head, Matthew further stated that he rubbed the topical ointment on his head “once a day for 10 minutes”, advising the interviewer, who asked how to get his hair back. Can increase.
“I was fully committed to that,” he said. “No Propecia, nothing, it was just manual labor.”
Although the ointment may have something to do with redevelopment, the Hunky star doesn’t admit to knowing how it all works, but since then he has had full hair on his head. “I can only tell you it’s back,” he shared. “I have more hair now than in 1999.”
Once Matthew explained how his hair regrowth process works, he told the outlet a story about how a surgeon at a hair transplant convention once took responsibility for his thick locks.
“He goes, ‘Can I see your hair? Can I feel it?’ I said, ‘Yeah man,’ and he goes ‘You don’t have a transplant!’ I said, ‘That’s what I said, of course not me,’ “he explained.
The doctor then explicitly replied, “I can’t wait to break this man’s walnut next year when he raises his hand.”
“He’s been exposed, man!” Matthew later added about the doctor.