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Hair Growth Success: “…I am very pleased with the result which I’ve reached within 3 months…”

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I’ve tried a lot of different products before I found Belgravia Hairloss Centre, which wasn’t successful, but with this treatment what I’ve got from this centre, it was successful in a short period of the time. I am very pleased with the result which I’ve reached within 3 months. The staff are very helpful and friendly. I recommend this treatment anybody ,who suffer from hairloss.

Erika

Female Pattern Hair Loss and DT Google review The Belgravia Centre

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27th February, 2016 at 10:58 pm

jamie

What treatment was used for such results

29th February, 2016 at 2:07 pm

Sarah Belgravia

Hi Jamie, This client follows a Belgravia treatment course featuring high strength minoxidil and boosters.

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