Archive for the ‘TRICHOLOGIST’ Category
Posted by Gary Heron, on January 25th, 2008, under HAIR LOSS CLINIC REVIEWED, TRICHOLOGIST, RSS
Thanks to the hard work by Fresh Egg and their SEO Team lead by Mr. Lee Colbran SEO Director, The Westminster Practice (Europe’s Premier Trichologistical Practice) has entered the top 10 ranking of Google on most of the 1,000 Key Phrases in the industry since starting work with the Fresh Egg SEO Team [...] - More on The Westminster Practice Europes Premier Trichological Practice is in the Top 10 Says Google.
Posted by Gary Heron, on January 16th, 2008, under TRICHOLOGIST, TRICHOTALK, RSS
Is a brand new forum where you can either telephone 0207 976 6868 or email one of our panel of hair experts and receive a same day answer on your hair loss worries and concerns. Diagnosis over the telephone is very hard and in some cases virtually impossible, if that’s the case, and you need [...] - More on TrichoTalk: New Hair Loss Forum Launched.
Posted by Gary Heron, on January 15th, 2008, under TRICHOLOGIST, TRICHOTALK, RSS
Hi, I believe I have the condition Acne necrotica millaris as I have acne on my scalp which is very sore. They are more like big pimples that are sore when you touch them. My wife said she has noticed that they are leaving scars on the scalp which is very worrying. Sometimes the scalp [...] - More on I believe I have the condition Acne necrotica millaris.
Posted by Gary Heron, on January 15th, 2008, under TRICHOLOGIST, RSS
Hello, I am a 24 year old African American female and I believe I have traction alopecia and it’s been well over 6 months and my hair hasn’t grown back on my temples. I use to wear tight braids for awhile. I hope to be able to purchase/discover the Follicle Builder II product in hopes [...] - More on I am a 24 year old African American female and I believe I have traction alopecia.
Posted by Gary Heron, on January 14th, 2008, under TRICHOLOGIST, RSS
From The Sunday Times January 13, 2008 Increasing numbers of women are losing their locks. Trichologist Philip Kingsley gets to the root of how to combat it Bald pates and comb-overs are as much a part of stereotypical male middle age as beer guts and sports cars. But if you think hair loss is a [...] - More on Hair today gone tomorrow.