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Hair Growth Success: “…it’s amazing how far I have come. I have my hairline back.”

Diagnosis: Traction Alopecia | Age: 30s | Sex: Female
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I’m Afro-Carribean and plaiting our hair is very cultural (almost an expectation). It completely damaged my hair. I started using all sorts of chemicals with no knowledge of what harm I was doing to my hair. I was about 15 when I started losing my hair but 15 years later I had no hairline so I started covering up with wigs and more plaiting. In March 2012 I had had enough. I had seen the ads about Belgravia and was a bit skeptical. I came for an appointment (no obligation). They’re professional and knowledgeable. I signed up for the treatment and it’s amazing how far I have come. I have my hairline back. Thank you Belgravia!

Desiree J-A

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