A bald pensioner claims he has invented a ‘miracle cure’ for baldness after years of home experiments.
Despite his pate, Anthony Smith, 80, is ‘very optimistic’ he will soon have a full head of hair after perfecting his secret formula.
The former lab worker for North Thames Gas began working on the product following his retirement in 1994.
And he now hopes to sell the recipe after positive results testing on himself.
He said: “That hair there at the front – I didn’t have any coming through at all before.
“You can see very, very fine follicles coming through; I’m very optimistic that one day I shall have a full head of hair.
“You might not be able to see it in a photo. It’s like baby hair, but it’s very strong.”
Anthony, from Ewell, Surrey, said the cure is developed from all-natural ingredients – and he now hopes to sell the recipe.
He added: “Men have been looking for hair restorer for how many years? This is the sort of thing if a firm got hold of it they could make a fortune.”
The pensioner was not a chemist during his lab work career but said it gave him an ‘interest’ in experimentation.
And he defied anybody who does not believe his invention works.
He said: “As I say, if you were to see my hair you would see how I can claim that it’s working.
“It’s the miracle solution for baldness.”