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“…my Alopecia Areata has completley gone…”

Alopecia Areata Photoscans“After discovering I had Alopecia Areata I approached The Belgravia Centre for help.
 
Although nervous the guys at Belgravia were very professional, positive and supportive that my Alopecia Areata could be treated.
 
After completing a course of Belgravia products my Alopecia Areata has completley gone and resulting in me having full confidence in my appearance back.
 
Thanks Belgravia you guys are great :-)

Peter Gerrard, by Email

Diagnosis:  Alopecia Areata

Please Note:  Sometimes Alopecia Areata causes a loss of pigmentation in the affected areas as shown by Peter’s photo scans.  This usually corrects itself shortly after the hair has re grown.

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