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Is your hair loss product working?

As a fully online-active hair loss clinic, we sometimes come across queries or concerns about non-invasive hair restoration products aimed at reversing premature balding and various types of alopecia. Hair loss is a sensitive issue and to add to that a…

What To Expect After Your FUE Treatment

What to expect after your FUE treatment

In the UK, up to 50% of men and up to 40% of women will suffer from hair loss in their lifetime, with the most common form being male or female pattern baldness, also known as Androgenetic Alopecia. This is…

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Getting ready for hair transplant surgery: the essential steps

If you have been struggling with thinning or receding hair, you may have tried a number of different treatments in order to stop or reverse the effects.
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Can I colour my hair after transplant?

Can I colour my hair after transplant? Having a hair transplant can do wonders for your self-esteem, not only do you get the full head of hair that you have been dreaming of, but it is a great confidence booster.…

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Man Bun and Top Knot Hairstyles Can Lead to Permanent Baldness

Two popular trend hairstyles of 2015 were the “Man Bun” and “Top Knot” but men don’t realise that these can actually cause permanent harm and bald patches. We investigate this popular trend, why baldness occurs, why hair is damaged and…

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Getting A Head Start On Hair Loss Prevention For Women

There is some truth behind the expression "tearing your hair out" when in a high-stress situation and evidence supporting the old belief that hair can turn grey from stress. One thing's for sure when it comes to hair; our emotional…

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Hair transplants for women – Duplicate

Female hair loss, female balding (androgenic alopecia) or hair thinning in women (alopecia areata) is an increasing concern, and not just for women of a certain age. The latest statistics tell us that the percentage of women under the age…

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The Principles Behind How Hair Thickeners Work

If you’re losing your hair or worried about thinning, you might want to use a hair thickener to improve the appearance. A hair thickener is different to a hair replacement treatment as it doesn’t halt or reverse the effects of…

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3 Hair Loss Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore

Losing your hair can cause a considerable amount of distress, and can be quite hard to face, especially those who have previously prided themselves on their luscious locks. Hair loss is a gradual process that you are guaranteed to start…

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Hair loss and the menopause

The menopause is a time of great changes in the female body, when hormones change causing a period of adjustment for most women. There are not many women who manage to go through the menopause without experiencing some symptoms, but for some individuals, the signs are more severe. Hair loss isn’t often discussed as one of the biggest problems experienced during the menopause but it’s surprisingly common to a lesser or greater degree. Here we take a closer look at hair loss and the menopause and why it occurs.
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Hair Fibres for covering Hair Loss

We have all seen the adverts on the television for products that promise to help you improve the thickness of your hair, but what if there really are products out that that could actually help those people who are suffering…

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Auto-Immune Diseases and Their Link to Hair Loss

Hair loss can be caused by many things, and although hair loss occurring as a result of genetics is more frequent, it can also be triggered by illness and disease. Auto-immune diseases can have a particularly profound effect on the body, causing not just systemic problems but hair loss too. Here’s a look at auto-immune diseases and some of those which have the ability to cause hair loss.
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FAQs about Follicular Unit Excision (FUE) Hair Transplants

Hair transplants have come a long way since they first burst onto the market, and the results are now extremely natural-looking, without the “teabag” perforation marks which blighted the earliest procedures. Hair loss affects a large proportion of men and women in the UK, and transplants can now be carried out on a range of different sites including the top of the head, the eyebrows and facial hair too. The procedure is very discreet and the resulting appearance looks so natural that no-one will be able to tell that you’ve had a transplant, other than by your thicker and fuller looking hair! Modern hair transplants can be carried out via a couple of different procedures but FUE is one of the most revolutionary, offering excellent results. Here are some of the most common FAQs about Follicular Unit Excision (FUE).
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Can Frequent Use of Dyes Contribute to Hair Loss?

As you get older, your hair will start greying. It’s completely natural, however it isn’t something many people welcome with open arms. The trouble is that greying is an irreversible process. Once your hair goes grey, it’s never going to…

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Young women hair loss is increasing

Up to 40-50% of women under the age of 40 are affected. According to a recent article in Marie Claire, the average age of women experiencing hair loss is now 30. Hair for most women is their biggest single defining…

The Causes Of Eyebrow Hair Loss

The Causes of Eyebrow Hair Loss

Hypotrichosis may sound like a terrifying illness, but it is nothing more than the thinning or irregular patterns in the hair of your eyebrows. This may occur at the same time and for the same reasons as hair loss on…

Everything You Need To Know About Postpartum Hair Loss

Pregnancy is a miraculous event in a woman’s life. It is the only time you will experience two hearts beating inside your body, and this will bond you forever with the young life budding within you. However, it is also…

Hair Loss: Are Ponytails To Blame?

Hair loss: Are ponytails to blame?

The ponytail is a much-loved hairstyle, worn by women (and some men) to keep the hair off the face.
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Bald patches treatment advice – alopecia areata

Bald patches (Alopecia areata) affects your hair follicles causing patches of baldness in your hair. It is very likely that if you will only have a partial loss of hair and it is likely that hair will regrow of its…

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Stop Your Bad Hair Days with Trichology

Hair loss can be a real burden. Whilst some people are able to embrace their new look, others spend a lot of time trying to change their appearance and find ways to cover up their hair loss. Thankfully, those who experience bad hair days as a result of hair loss needn’t suffer any longer. The answer is trichology.