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When your next job hangs as much on your appearance as your skill as a performer, it is little wonder that “hair loss” is the single most dreaded terms for actors all over the world.

What is certainly no secret is that many actors take steps to deal with Male Pattern Hair Loss, the genetic condition that affects around half of all men by the time they reach their 50th birthday.

Their options are surprisingly wide-reaching. At one end of the scale are wigs, with some “hair replacement systems” now quite an impressive – if often expensive – possibility for those who have no other options open to them if they have left it too late to deal with their baldness any other way. At the other end is Male Hair Loss treatment, which, when tailored to a client’s specific needs, makes the most of clinically-proven, MHRA and FDA licensed products to stop hair loss and to encourage regrowth. Plans also often include hair growth boosters such as Hair Vitalics, a blend of vitamins and minerals that “feed” the scalp.

Somewhere between these two options are hair transplants, which get a lot of press because when a man signs up for one he has no place to hide. Whereas pharmaceutical hair loss treatment courses can lead to stabilisation of shedding often accompanied by gradual regrowth. Often mistakenly, surgical hair transplants tend to be seen as more of an ‘instant fix’. They usually require patients to follow a hair loss treatment course both before and after surgery.

Top surgeons often recommend following a course that includes at least one or both of the two clinically-proven male hair loss drugs, finasteride 1mg and minoxidil, for at least six months prior to a restoration procedure. This is to prevent shedding and maximise regrowth, giving the client a clear idea of the results they can achieve without surgery and to make the area easier to work with if they decide to go ahead.

Using treatments after surgery is important in order to prevent hair loss in the areas surrounding the new grafts. This on-going aftercare is necessary in order to preserve the transplant results given the hair around the top of the head that borders the new implants remains just as susceptible to the effects of DHT as before the operation. If preventative measures are not taken, the hair can therefore continue to thin as the DHT gradually destroys the follicles, causing an unnatural appearance where the transplanted area can appear to be surrounded by thinning hair.

India’s Bollywood movie industry is rife with men who have had transplants – as singer Lakhwinder Wadali recently told The Tribune India: “Who doesn’t get bald? Besides, the kind of work we are into, our hair suffers the most because of exposure to various chemicals and bleaches. So, what is the harm in getting a correction done? Don’t we take medicines when we fall sick, so why shy talking about it?

10 Bollywood stars who have had hair transplants

1   Amitabh Bachchan
This well-known Mumbai-based actor, who is now in his 70s, first started losing his hair back in the 1990s, around the same time that his career was stalling. He had a hair transplant and went on to make a successful comeback. Today, however, he is thought to wear a weave.

2   Sanjay Dutt
A biopic about this Bollywood legend is currently in production and due for release around Christmas 2017. It is said that after being extremely popular in the 90s, the Naam star’s career started going downhill due to his receding hairline and, after going bald purposely for his role in Agneepath in 2012, he had a hair transplant in Dubai. A few years ago, a list of the top 100 grossing Hindi films of all time contained 20 that Dutt had appeared in.

Bollywood indian film stars hair3   Salman Khan
This award-winning actor, producer and singer has been a Bollywood mainstay for more than two decades. Speculation has been rife since 2007 that he had a transplant in Dubai to help fix his thinning hair. It is thought that a previous surgery to restore his hair in 2003 went badly.

4   Lakhwinder Wadali
A singer rather than an actor but still a big name on the Indian celebrity circuit, Wadali’s transplant was performed at Dr Tejinder Bhatti’s Darling Buds hair transplant Clinic in Chandigarh, which is said to be very popular with local celebrities.

5   Shari Mann
Another singer, but this time one who acts, too. On India’s Darling Buds clinic website, his name appears on a list of Indian celebrities who have “acquired fringes”.

6   Himesh Reshammiya
According to the Aswajith Online website, Reshammiya – who produces, writes and sings, as well acting – turned to caps, wigs and finally to a hair weave as his hair started to thin. The celebrity’s most recent style, says Bollygraph.com, is the “smart avatar” look; silky long hair which he loves to flaunt.

7   Aditya Pancholi
This 52-year-old movie and TV star is thought to have used the same Dubai clinic as Salman Khan. He is reported to have first tried a wig to conceal thinning on the top of his head but didn’t like wearing it.

8   Gavie Chahal
Punjabi actor Chalal shot to fame in 2012’s Ek Tha Tiger and though only 38, was sufficiently bothered by hair thinning that he signed up for a transplant at the Darling Buds India clinic.

9   Hardy Sandhu
Yet another client of the Darling Buds Clinic (who are said to have performed around 60 per cent of all Bollywood hair transplants), Sandhu is only 30 and proves that genetic hair loss can strike long before middle age sets in. As well as appearing in movies, Sandhu is a well known singer and was also a serious cricketer before switching from sports to the entertainment industry.

10 Paresh Ganatra
A leading Bollywood star and comedian who had been balding for almost five years before he took action and went under the knife at the Darling Buds clinic. He says that his thinning hair had been affecting his self-image and his confidence. The clinic states that this Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) method has “lesser downtime” and that actors are able to return to work much faster than with any other technique.

While Belgravia has many clients who are of Indian heritage, treatments cannot currently be sent to India.


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alert male pattern hair loss the belgravia centre 22 05 2017A new entry has just been added to Belgravia’s Male Hair Loss Treatment Success Stories gallery.

Mr Rahman is seeing lots of new growth in the areas affected by his hereditary hair loss condition.

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Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Treatment Before and After Results - New Success Story

alert male pattern hair loss the belgravia centre 22 05 2017A new entry has just been added to Belgravia’s Male Hair Loss Treatment Success Stories gallery.

MD, pictured, is happy with his regrowth after three months.

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Name: Troy

Question: I read an article about anti-hair loss ingredients that are used in shampoos like saw palmetto and pumpkin seed oil. Do these work? I have thinning hair mostly around my crown and want to use the best shampoo to grow my hair back.

Washing Hair - Shampoo - Scalp - DandruffAnswer: Hi, Troy. There are a lot of products marketed as helping hair loss that aren’t actually as effective as the claims may suggest.

This was confirmed through research by UK consumer rights organisation Which? who investigated the efficacy of shampoo for thinning hair from a range of brands and evaluated it against the marketing claims each made.

There are a number of natural hair loss remedies that are believed to help inhibit the DHT which causes hair thinning in cases of male pattern baldness due to an inherited sensitivity towards this hormone. These include saw palmetto, soy isoflavones, pumpkin seed oil and green tea. The extent to which these herbs and ingredients can help genetic hairloss is yet to be conclusively proven through reliable, widespread clinical studies. Tests that have been done have generally been carried out using orally administered formulas. We do, in fact, include saw palmetto in Belgravia’s hair growth booster food supplement, Hair Vitalics to compliment pharmaceutical hair loss treatment.

When they are used in a shampoo formulation, it is unlikely that they will have any meaningful benefits. The reason for this is that, when you wash your hair, shampoo is simply applied to the scalp, massaged in and rinsed away, meaning there is no time for the diluted ingredients to be absorbed by the scalp. The ingredients in shampoos are not meant to absorb into the scalp – if they did, your scalp would be absorbing a lot of detergent as well as anything of any potential benefit! Shampoo is widely regarded as an inefficient method of delivering hair loss medication, which is why the only clinically-proven topical hair loss treatment, minoxidil, is not available in this format.

If you are concerned about a thinning crown, there are effective treatment courses available that can be personalised to your your precise needs and can be used alongside the shampoo of your choosing. Here at Belgravia we often recommend men with this predicament follow a course containing recommended formulations of high strength minoxidil to promote regrowth, alongside the daily oral DHT-blocker, finasteride 1mg, and additional hair growth boosters, as appropriate. As you can see from our Success Stories gallery, if followed properly, this approach can often produce impressive results.


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Researchers in Egypt are building on findings of their countrymen by conducting a new trial into the role that vitamin D may play in hair loss.

Vitamin DThe new study, which is being overseen by university researchers in the city of Assiut, is focused on androgenetic alopecia, more commonly referred to as Male Pattern Baldness and Female Pattern Hair Loss. It hopes to recruit 90 participants for the study which will comprise three equal groups: men with genetic hair loss, women with genetic hair loss and a mixture of male and female subjects with no hair loss conditions.

Each will have their serum level of vitamin D measured via blood tests.

Vitamin D receptors expressed in follicles

In the details of the study submitted to clinicaltrials.gov, Miral Hassan at the University of Assiut states: “Basically, Vitamin D is a modulator of both innate and adaptive immune systems through its various effects on T and B lymphocytes, dendritic cells and macrophages. There is a well-established causal connection between vitamin D deficiency and some autoimmune diseases, and possible association with some hair disorders, as it has been demonstrated that vitamin D receptors are strongly expressed in hair follicles and keratinocytes.”

She goes on to add that, “Such an expression was found to be necessary for maintenance of the normal hair cycle. Also, it has also been shown that lack of vitamin D receptors (VDR) reduces epidermal differentiation and hair follicle growth, and that an optimum concentration of Vitamin D3 is essential to delay aging and hair loss.”

One study likely to be of influence is the recent trial by fellow Egyptian researchers, this time in Cairo, who investigated levels of vitamin D receptors in the skin and blood of 60 participants by taking blood samples and lesional scalp biopsies for examination.

They found that people with androgenetic alopecia and also Alopecia Areata, the autoimmune disorder that leads to sudden, patchy hair loss, had noticeably lower VDR levels than those in a control group.

Long-term link with hair loss

Vitamin D and hair loss conditions have been linked for some years, but no one has yet been able to ascertain whether or not a topical – possibly fortified – vitamin D solution is of any use at regrowing hair. It seems that this is in fact unlikely, as it would be a relatively easy thing to trial and anecdotal stories of DIY home treatments that had worked would be abundant, when they are not. Indeed, clinically-proven medications involved in promoting hair growth as part of a hair loss treatment course do not currently make use of vitamin D in any form.

Currently the only MHRA and FDA approved medication known to encourage hair growth in both men and women with genetic hairloss is minoxidil. This vasodilator is applied directly to the areas of the scalp where it is needed and, although it is only approved for use in cases of male and female pattern hair loss, Belgravia has seen great success in using high strength minoxidil preparations when treating other conditions too, including Alopecia Areata.

This isn’t to say that ensuring you are well topped up on vitamin D levels is a waste of time, however. UK Government guidelines released last year stated that vitamin D supplements should actually be taken by everyone. “To protect bone and muscle health, everyone needs vitamin D equivalent to an average daily intake of 10 micrograms,” they wrote.

An alternative way of trying to hit the recommended daily intake is to ensure you eat a balanced diet that includes sensible amounts of natural sources such as fatty fish and eggs.

For those noticing thinning hair or sudden hair fall, a visit to a specialist clinic for an assessment and diagnosis from a trained specialist is likely to prove more beneficial as hair loss is rarely caused by one sole factor.


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The Belgravia Centre is the leader in hair loss treatment in the UK, with two clinics based in Central London. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the UK or the rest of the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which are the largest collection of such success stories in the world and demonstrate the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time for our hair loss helpline or to arrange a free consultation.


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Amale pattern hair loss the belgravia centre 18 05 17 new entry has just been added to Belgravia’s Male Hair Loss Treatment Success Stories gallery.

Bob, pictured, is thrilled with his regrowth to date, saying “I am over the moon and would recommend to absolutely everyone!”

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Name: Ashish

Question: I am using minoxidil since 4 week, and now I have noticed that the rate of hairfall just increases, so should i try other medication… if this rate continues, baldness will occur in 2,3 month from now

minoxidil-dropper-emptyAnswer: Hi, Ashish. This is a common query from people when they first start using minoxidil to address their hair loss.

What we advise clients of The Belgravia Centre is that, upon starting to use their recommended formulations of high strength minoxidil, within the first four to eight weeks some people may experience increased hair shedding.

This is totally normal and, if it is not accompanied by any other symptoms, it is generally a good sign as it means the hair loss treatment is starting to work. The older, thinning hairs are being pushed out ready to make room for new hair growth. The initial shedding should subside fairly quickly – within around a week – then new hairs should start appearing after that so we ask patients to persist with using their minoxidil.

We notice that you are not a Belgravia client so, whilst we can offer you this general hair loss advice, we would recommend that you address your concerns directly with your minoxidil provider, especially if you have any other symptoms other than an increase in hair fall.


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Researchers at the University of Washington have been investigating how logging what they eat on Instagram can help people lose weight, and their findings suggest that people who are being treated for hair loss could also use the social media image-sharing network to assist their progress.

The research team conducted interviews with 16 dieters who were committed to posting a quick Instagram snap of everything they ate to see how the resultant visual data helped them to get a broad view of what they were eating. Unlike with a regular food journal, which people on a diet are often encouraged to keep, Instagram offers a less intrusive and much quicker solution, and lead author of the study, Christina Chung, said that “The benefits of photos is that it’s much more fun to do than taking out a booklet or typing hundreds of words.”

According to the University’s website, the interviewees said that social and emotional support from other Instagram users helped them stick to their own tracking and healthy eating goals, and many also tried to provide similar support for others.

Instagram photo tracking hair loss treatment hair growth resultsTip of the iceberg

The study is to be presented at a conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, and perhaps represents just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the way the internet and social media in particular are shaping our lives.

Just 12 years ago, anyone who signed up for hair loss treatment, for example, would likely have kept it to themselves, but things are rapidly changing. Thanks to footballer Wayne Rooney and TV stars like James Nesbitt talking openly about tackling their male pattern baldness, as well as female celebrities who have experienced hair loss, including Naomi Campbell, Jennifer Aniston and Ariana Grande, the issue has lost much of its stigma.

For those who are open about the fact that they are taking a proactive approach to dealing with their hair thinning, progress from following a pharmaceutical hair loss treatment course can be just the ticket for chronicling on Instagram, as improvements tend to happen gradually.

After three-to-six months, depending on their initial level of shedding, many people see that their shedding has stopped and often notice visible signs of new hair growth; after a year the levels of regrowth can be significant. By taking a quick Instagram snap every day, week or month, it is easy to create a timelapse-style video that could show many months’-worth of regrowth in just a few seconds.

Keeping track of hair growth progress is an important part of a person’s journey as they go through hair loss treatment. By comparing clear images of their hair before and after starting treatment they can be inspired and motivated by seeing positive changes. Equally, if it appears that over the course of a few months – in order to allow for the natural length of time involved in the hair growth cycle – there have been few changes or any deterioration, it can spur them into further action. Sometimes, the influence of other factors such as an underlying illness, dietary deficiencies or side effects of new medication, can stall hair growth. In these instances, Belgravia clients will have their bespoke treatment course components tweaked in order to ensure they are always using the optimum products for their needs.

Belgravia clients also have regular professional photo scans taken during their quarterly check-ups in order to help both the patient and their treatment team monitor progress. Many clients go beyond this, however, using image-sharing apps to generate support from friends and even from their treatment advisors; Belgravia’s instagram account – @belgraviacentre – is often tagged in clients’ recovery selfies so we can see how they’re getting on between appointments.

Understandably, some people prefer to log developments more privately, taking selfies and then storing them in a special album on their phone. We have heard from clients that, although the album stayed private initially, they are now so proud of their results that the album didn’t stay hidden for long!

Clients getting younger

What is interesting is that many hair loss clinics have seen a steady increase in younger clients experiencing androgenetic alopecia, though there has not yet been a dedicated clinical evaluation of why this is the case. There are two schools of thought: one is that young people, who can easily appear on several different social media accounts throughout the average day, are becoming increasingly pre-occupied with their self-image. Someone who was showing the first signs of losing their hair, therefore, might be getting daily reminders of their thinning, and feel compelled to take action. Awareness of hair loss treatment could be playing a part, too, as many people now know that genetic shedding doesn’t have to be the fast-track to baldness it once was.

The other reason why hair loss clinics are seeing a downward trend in the age of new clients could be to do with stress. Much has been written about the pressures of the modern age – from hellish commutes to unpaid internships to body image and beyond – and young people are often at the sharp end of this. Women in particular are starting to experience female pattern hair loss much earlier in life than was seen in previous generations and this has been linked to the pressures of modern living.

Given that stress can speed up genetic hair loss in men and women, as well as actually being the main cause of some other conditions such as Telogen Effluvium, it is equally possible that incidence levels are rising.

Most hair regrowth journeys begin with a diagnosis of their hair loss condition by an expert, followed by advice about what can be done and an explanation of the products that are available. A free consultation at Belgravia is frequently described by clients as a friendly and stress-free way to get the ball rolling.


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The Belgravia Centre is the leader in hair loss treatment in the UK, with two clinics based in Central London. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the UK or the rest of the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which are the largest collection of such success stories in the world and demonstrate the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time for our hair loss helpline or to arrange a free consultation.


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Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Treatment Before and After Results - New Success Story

Amale pattern hair loss the belgravia centre 15 05 17 new entry has just been added to Belgravia’s Male Hair Loss Treatment Success Stories gallery.

Rex, pictured, is happy with the way his treatment is going to date saying “it really works and I feel so much better”.

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The Belgravia Centre is the leader in hair loss treatment in the UK, with two clinics based in Central London. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the UK or the rest of the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which are the largest collection of such success stories in the world and demonstrate the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time for our hair loss helpline or to arrange a free consultation.


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29 May

10 Bollywood Stars Who Have Had Hair Loss Surgery

When your next job hangs as much on your appearance as your skill as a performer, it is little wonder that “hair loss” is the single most dreaded terms for actors all over the world. What is certainly no secret is that many actors take steps to deal with Male Pattern Hair Loss, the genetic […]

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28 May

‘Is Diffuse Hair Loss Also Causing a Receding Hairline?’

Name: Jen Question: I have been suffering from a diffuse hair loss for around seven months and have lost a considerable amount of hair fairly evenly. My dermatologist diagnosed me with a telogen effluvium but my hairline appears to be receding and I cannot seem to see any follicular holes where my hair line has gone back slightly. […]

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27 May

Teen Says Cricket Has Helped Him Deal With Alopecia Universalis

A youngster from Nottinghamshire whose hair loss has been caused by Alopecia Universalis is celebrating a bit of good news that will see him fulfilling a childhood cricketing dream. Fateh Landa, 13, has been playing the sport since he was three and was recently picked as the winner of tickets to see his choice of […]

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