What causes hair loss?

While genetics are the most common cause of hair loss, these factors should also be considered:

  • Frequently wearing tight hair styles such as braids and ponytails (also known as traction alopecia)
  • Pollution and other environmental factors
  • Medical conditions such as an under or overactive thyroid (there are over 30 diseases that can lead to hair loss)
  • Chemotherapy or radiation therapy
  • Being exposed to prolonged physical and emotional stress

Identifying the cause and type of hair loss is often the first and most important step of any hair loss treatment.


What is the difference between male and female hair loss?

Women tend to notice hair loss that occurs on the top of the head rather than the hairline and sides as commonly seen in men. Hair loss is also much more diffuse and spread out rather than being concentrated in a particular area as seen in male hair loss.

Men also end up with a characteristic ‘M’ shape with receding hairline and balding scalp. On the other hand, women rarely become fully bald. However, women tend to see more hair loss caused by stress such as those seen in telogen effluvium.

Despite the difference, one thing is for sure: hair loss can be an extremely upsetting condition that has been shown to negatively impact the self-esteem and mental health of both men and women.


Is it possible to Regrow hair?

Yes it is! Our natural hair already grows at an average of half an inch per month.

But you will have to be quick in order to see better results—so start your treatment as soon as possible if you want to encourage faster and more hair growth!

If you are noticing sudden and unexplained hair loss and feeling distressed over your condition book a consultation with a treatment specialist as soon as possible

What results will I see?

Everyone one is different and results will vary but in clinical trials the treatments we use showed improvement in 94% of cases.   The treatments and products we recommend have subject to clinical trials to prove their effectiveness.

How much does treatment cost?

Treatments plans are bespoke, and it is not possible to give a  precise figure. Treatment plans take place over approx 3 to 8 months and will range from around £300 to £3,000.    Our market research shows we are very competitive when compared to other local treatment centres.   Payments can be made in instalments and finance options are available via Klarna.

How long does treatment take

Again, this can depend on the severity of the condition, but the process does take time!   Most people will need to attend approx once a fortnight for around 6-8 months.