Alopecia areata: Affects about one in 100 people, mostly teenagers and young adults. Symptoms include patchy hair loss. This condition is linked to a problem with the immune system. The hair follicles are not permanently damaged, and in many of these cases the hair grows back in a few months.
With alopecia areata there’s a good chance your hair will eventually grow back. But with alopecia totalis (complete loss of scalp hair) or universalis (loss of all body hair), regrowth is unlikely.
BEFORE TREATMENT JULY 2008 USING VITASTIM AND BIOSTIM HAIR LOSS TREATMENTS
AFTER TREATMENT AUGUST 2009 USING VITASTIM AND BIOSTIM HAIR LOSS TREATMENTS
A survey by Hairline International found that 78% of female patients no longer felt like women, 40% said their marriage had suffered and 63% had considered suicide.
Vitastim and Biostim used together are proven treatments for female-pattern baldness. Most users see improvements, including a halt to the balding or slowing down of it, as well as thicker hair.
In order to treat hair loss effectively we would recommend that you have a diagnosis made as soon as possible by one of our experienced Westminster Trichologists. Stress can be an aggravator in almost all cases of hair loss and an accurate diagnosis will always, at the very least, take some of the stress away from you.
Gary Heron says: “You’ll have access to the most effective treatments available through The Hair Centre and at a fraction of the cost of going to other Private Commercial Clinics and Centres.”
When it’s time to see the Trichologist: If you begin losing hair rapidly, and or are cosmetically concerned about baldness, consult your Trichologist about treatment options. You can receive a free hair loss consultation with a Westminster Trichologist at our Hair Centre.
The point is that you are not getting to the real problem and you should seek specific professional advice from a Westminster Trichologist.
Do you have Hair Loss Problems, read our Hair Loss Help
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