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Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighters are known both for their toughness and the crowd-pleasing variety of fighting disciplines they bring to the cage. Inside this intimidating battleground pride, money and reputation are at all stake, but the last thing that anyone is usually fighting for is… hair.

Battle of the hair

UFC fighters Elias Theodorou and Sam Alvey

Elias Theodorou (left) and Sam Alvey (right)

Hair loss, however, is at the centre of a tussle between red-haired American UFC fighter Sam Alvey and Canadian Elias Theodorou, known as The Spartan. When Alvey spoke to the press after a recent win in Australia, he seized the chance to “call out” Theodorou, the man he wants to fight next, who also just happens to boast that he has the best hair in MMA.

I tell you what,” said Alvey at the press conference, “If I lose, I’ll shave my head. When you lose, I want you shaving your head because I’m coming for your hair.

MMA website Sherdog reported that Theodorou seems to have taken the comments in fighting spirit, jumping on Twitter to say that “whatever day we trade fists shall forever be known as ‘kick a ginger’ day.”

It is not yet known if a match between the two fighters will actually be staged.

UFC fighter Urijah Faber wears his hair in braids for fights

Anything is fair game

MMA fighters are known for their banter, and pretty much anything is fair game, although hair seldom enters into their arguments.

But a recent article on Vice.com wonders if that’s all about to change. The popularity of longer hair styles for men, including the controversial man-bun, is becoming evident in Mixed Martial Arts, and Vice’s writer asks noted MMA hairstylist Abraham Esparza how best to keep long hair out of faces during fights.

Esparza suggests braids, including cornrows as worn by UFC fighter Urijah Faber, pictured.

Pulling hair

While practical, braids and cornrows can be a surprisingly common cause of female hairloss, and there’s no medical reason that men sporting the braided look will be less likely to suffer.

Belgravia Centre Male Hair Loss Treatment minoxidil and Hair Vitalics for Men Hair Growth vitamin supplementsThe cause of the problem is Traction Alopecia, which can arise when an excessive amount of tension is placed on hair shafts. It causes the hair to be pulled, and when left for a period of time it can damage the follicle. If left long enough, Traction Alopecia can cause the production of hair to slow down and eventually to stop completely.

It is a problem that is especially acute amongst dancers, models and celebrities – and soon, perhaps, MMA fighters.

Specialists at the Belgravia Centre recommend that fighters who do opt for braids undo them after tournaments in order to minimise the stress on the scalp. Traction Alopecia treatment is available and a topical preparation of high strength minoxidil has been seen to be effective at growing back hair lost to this condition, but it is important that no further tension is applied. Additional hair growth boosters, including Hair Vitalics – Belgravia’s exclusive hair growth supplements available in highly-targeted Men’s and Women’s formulations, can also help to improve the condition of the hair.


The Belgravia Centre

Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinic - City of LondonThe Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. 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 world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.


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Giorgio Chiellini, the Italian footballer who famously suffered a shoulder bite from Luis Suárez during the 2014 World Cup, has made a jokey reference to his hair loss.

Talking to Sky Sport Italia after another win by his team Juventus, the defender said that “as the years go by you are losing hair and pace, but gaining in other areas.” He added that while he has “lost something in physical terms,” he has learned to think more and reckons that he is in his football prime.

Footballer Giorgio ChielliniMale pride

Recent photographs of the footballer suggest that he is perhaps being unkind on himself. Whilst Chiellini does show one of the classic signs of male pattern baldness (a receding hairline), his hair loss appears to be in its early stages. No hair loss on his crown seems evident at all.

What the player has highlighted, however, is how acutely male hair loss is felt by those who notice that their hair is thinning out.

Hair loss is one of the most dreaded physical signs of ageing for men, even though it bears no actual correlation to what most people consider as “old” or even middle-aged. It is a genetic condition that can strike at any time and in some rare cases is even evident in men who are still in their teens.

Sufferers, unsurprisingly, tend to be more acutely aware of their hair loss than anyone – which perhaps explains why Chiellini brought it up.

In the spotlight

Watched by many millions of people every weekend and surrounded by fellow players, footballers who suffer from hair loss often feel like they have little option but to accept the hand that nature has dealt them and face the music.

Some, however, face months of press scrutiny by opting for treatments such as hair transplants. Wayne Rooney is one such example, and while many other footballers could easily afford the estimated £3,000 – £30,000 price of hair transplant surgery, it is generally only recommended for people whose hair loss has advanced to Level 3 on the Norwood Scale. One of the UK’s leading hair restoration surgeons also advises that hair transplants should only be undertaken by men aged 24 and over.

Surgery is not for everyone but there are other options available before reaching this stage of thinning. Many footballers quietly do nothing and simply keep their hair cropped short, whilst others – as Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger famously revealed – take preventative male hair loss treatments.

Belgravia Centre Treatments for Male Pattern Hair Loss and Hair Vitalics dietary supplementsEffective regrowth

For male pattern baldness, Belgravia treatment courses are tailored to each client and include a comprehensive mix of medically-proven hair loss treatment products, hair growth boosters and clinical aftercare options. Belgravia’s medical expertise has demonstrated over many years that these bespoke treatment courses are the most effective available and can help patients achieve the best levels of hair regrowth.

Based on what we have seen, Chiellini’s hair loss looks to be at a stage where expert help from a hair loss specialist could lead to significant improvement. It might not assist with his “pace”, but successful treatment would likely restore some of the footballer’s pride.


Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinic Hair Loss Specialist Free ConsultationThe Belgravia Centre

The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. 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 world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.


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Most men like to take care of themselves and their hair is a key part of how they judge their looks. But Brazilian footballer Neymar, who plays for Champions League finalists Barcelona, reportedly takes his love of his locks to the extreme.

In an interview with the soccer ace’s barber on Spanish website Sport.es, the man in charge of the player’s hair is reported as saying: “He sends a driver to pick me up and take me home. It is difficult to calculate the price (of the business relationship), because the service is not available to all, but I do not do it for less than 2,000 euros a month.

Barcelona Footballer Neymar is Known for his Flamboyant Hairstyles

Barcelona Footballer Neymar is Known for his Flamboyant Hairstyles

Hair in poor condition

Whilst the Brazil captain’s hair is currently looking pitch perfect, he is known for his experimental looks which have included bleaching his naturally jet black hair to a pale blond, wearing tight braids and various part-shaved mohawk styles.

The Sport article further quotes the barber as saying that when Neymar first arrived at Barcelona his hair was in poor condition. “He had made too many changes, both hairstyles and colours, that left his hair in poor condition”.

The hairdresser’s first job, he claims, was to cut the player’s hair, and get it back in good shape. “Today,” he says, “it is silky.”

Neymar is lucky to be able to have a professional on hand as some of the extreme styles he has tried out, and the frequency at which he changes them, can lead to hair breakage.

Extreme – or is he worth it?

If Neymar’s hair care routine sounds extreme, a few calculations quickly reveal that compared to his income, it is but a trifling amount. Two thousand euros per month ads up to 24,000 euros per year – while the forward’s salary is said to be just under 30 million euros.

The amount the 23 year old spends on his hair, then, is less than 1,000th of his earnings – which would be like someone on the UK average salary of £26,500 spending less than £26.50 per year on their hair.

Footballers’ hair

David Beckham with his Dad Ted

David Beckham, pictured with his Dad, Ted, Fears Baldness

Footballers are no strangers to hitting the headlines with stories about the love of their hair – Ronaldo famously scored column inches three years ago when he sported different hair styles for each half of his Euro 2012 matches, whilst Wayne Rooney’s hair transplant surgeries have made front page news.

David Beckham, meanwhile, has been credited with popularising a multitude of different hair styles – though it seemed in 2012 that the one he feared most being remembered for may one day be the bald look.

Beckham’s father, Ted, has shown signs of hair loss, and the footballer wonders if male pattern baldness might be waiting in the wings for him, too, given the condition is hereditary. New research says it is most likely passed on by the father’s side of the family too so the dad of four is right to be vigilant based on his father’s thinning.

Tackling hair loss

People diagnosed with male pattern baldness have a number of hair loss treatment options available to them. Experts advise, however, that time is of the essence and that it is important to get a correct diagnosis as soon as possible. This is why it is helpful to understand how to identify the early warning signs of male hair loss so that anyone wishing to prevent their hair from deteriorating and promote regrowth can tackle their thinning head on.

For Neymar, a newfound commitment to looking after his hair is not only likely to ensure that it is kept well conditioned and healthy, but that his barber will be in a very good position to notice any future signs of hairloss – and rapidly point him in the direction of his nearest hair loss specialist if and when that happens.


The Belgravia Centre

Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinic - City of LondonThe Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. 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 world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.


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One of the brightest stars on last weekend’s Britain’s Got Talent was a young singer named Ella Shaw who sat down at a piano and then performed one of her own compositions, a song called Summertime.

When the 18-year-old from Lancashire scored four yeses from the judges, a week of media activity ensued. A highlight was a revealing interview with Lorraine Kelly on the Lorraine show.

Suffered from alopecia

Britain's Got Talent Singer Ella Shaw Talks About Alopecia Hair LossThe singer – who has previously appeared on the X Factor – told Lorraine that she had suffered from Alopecia in her last year of primary school. She also explained how this difficult part of her childhood actually went on to make her stronger.

It was quite a time,” Ella said, “but I wouldn’t have wished it not to happen… it boosted my confidence and I want to try and spread the message that there is light at the end of the tunnel, and that things will be OK at the end.”

The singer went on to explain that after having been picked on for her hair loss and being made to feel miserable as a result, she vowed that she would never pick on others. This, she says, helped her to be a better person because she now knows what it feels like to “be at the bottom”.

Fortunately, Ella’s Alopecia cleared up after three years, and she has since gone on to perform numerous concerts and write a multitude of songs.

William Hill bookmakers currently rate Ella’s chances of winning Britain’s Got Talent at a promising 14/1.

Hitting rock bottom

The feeling of having hit rock bottom, just like Ella did, is quite a common complaint amongst women who suffer from Alopecia Areata, which is characterised by a sudden, patchy loss of hair. Like Ella, many sufferers also make a recovery, although this doesn’t happen overnight.

Journalist Alya Mooro, writing recently in the Daily Telegraph, explained how she was 23 when she first found a bald spot at the back of her head, a horrifying moment that quickly led to the realisation that she was suffering from Alopecia Areata.

Alya spent the next year hiding her problem from almost everyone, she says, and described the misery of seeing ever more hair disappear down the drain during the initial stages of her hair loss treatment course. She also became something of an expert on the subject, and writes in the article about how common the complaint actually is, pointing out that up to 8 million women in the UK are currently suffering from hair loss.

There are a number of suggested factors behind why people suffer from Alopecia Areata, including allergies, viral infections, physical trauma, stress and also a genetic predisposition. However, there is no definitive answer as to why it affects some people.

Treatments shown to be effective

Alopecia Areata Client Successfully Treated By The Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinic

Month 1                        Month 5
Click to See This Belgravia Client’s Alopecia Areata Treatment Progress

At Belgravia, we offer treatment for Alopecia Areata in its mild to moderate stages, and while the condition has no known permanent cure, a number of treatment options have been shown to be effective.

One is the topical formula Minoxidil, which is licensed by the MHRA and the FDA for the treatment of genetic hair loss but has also been seen to produce promising results in cases of Alopecia Areata. Pictured is just one example showing Paris, a Belgravia client who came to us for treatment for her alopecia areata and experienced significant regrowth, as you can see in her full Success Story.

Many find applying high strength minoxidil straight onto the affected areas an effective and satisfying way to ensure that the product is going exactly where it is needed.

Other treatments sometimes offered by hospitals include steroids, which is most successfully used as an injection. Steroids are injected directly into the scalp and are well suited to smaller patches of hair loss, though the experience can be uncomfortable and painful. On-going topical immunotherapy is another option although the success rate is only 40%.

As with all hair loss conditions, an early diagnosis is strongly recommended so that specialists can offer personalised advice on how best to proceed.


Circ The Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Treatment for Alopecia AreataThe Belgravia Centre

The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. 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 world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.


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Name: Nick

Question: I live in Manchester so am not near you, and also travel abroad a lot for work. My hair is starting to thin so I wanted to know if you can send me hair loss treatments by post?

belgravia-centre-hair-loss-treatment-send-abroad-international-usaAnswer: Hi Nick. We are frequently asked if we can help patients who live a long way away and aren’t able to come to either of our two Central London clinics for a course of hair loss treatment.

The simple answer is yes – but you will need to have a specialist diagnose your hair loss condition, plus your stage of shedding first in order for an effective treatment plan to be tailored to your specific hair and lifestyle requirements.

The way to get started is to submit an online consultation: it’s a quick and easy process that shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes.

At the end, you will be asked up upload some photographs of your current hair loss: this helps our specialists to create a fuller picture of your specific needs and helps with their diagnosis. You don’t have to do this if you don’t want to, but the more information we have about your condition the better.

We are able to send home-use male hair loss treatment products anywhere in the UK and internationally to most of the world, making it easy to treat hair loss at home or whilst you are working abroad.

Each clients is appointed a personal hairloss consultant, who can advise on how to use each element of the programme and explain how best to incorporate it into your daily routine. Your Treatment Advisor will also contact you before sending out your recommended products so that you can let them know where you would like them sent to.


Circ - The Belgravia Centre Treatment for Hair LossThe Belgravia Centre

The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. 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 world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.


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When 11-year-old British alopecia sufferer Katelyn Payne lost all of her hair at the age of nine, she decided that instead of letting her hair loss get her down, she would try and deal with it in a positive way.

Though initially devastated when her hair first disappeared two years ago, Katelyn has gone on to embrace the possibilities offered by wigs, and the freedom they give her to change how she looks whenever she wants to.

She has even landed a modelling contract with a Los Angeles-based wig maker and is now the proud owner of a variety of wigs that help her change her look at a moment’s notice. One of her favourite things to do is to put on wigs that help her resemble some of her favourite musicians.

Life after losing hair

A keen singer and dancer, Katelyn now has a wig for whatever mood suits her – from the Taylor Swift look to a Paloma Faith “kooky blonde” style. She says she hopes she can show other children that losing their hair doesn’t have to mean they can no longer enjoy life.

Talking to YouTube channel Barcroft TV, Katelyn explained how she was “quite upset at first” when she lost her hair, but explained that she is determined to show other children that they shouldn’t be afraid of having no hair because they are still the same person they have always been.

Her family have also set up a charity called BeBold to offer support and guidance for other alopecia sufferers.

Rare condition

Katelyn suffers from Alopecia Universalis, a rare, and more severe form of the autoimmune disorder Alopecia Areata, which causes total hair loss. This makes it one of the more difficult hair loss conditions to treat.

Alopecia Areata is characterised by sudden, patchy loss of hair from the scalp and is caused by follicles prematurely entering into the ‘resting’ phase of the growth cycle.

Between these two extremes is Alopecia Totalis which presents as complete hair loss from the head (rather than just the scalp in Areata, or the whole body in Universalis) including eyebrows, eyelashes and facial hair.

Alopecia sufferers have a genetic mutation in their chromosomes and, even though the condition is present at birth, it may not be evident until later life.

Many alopecia sufferers seriously struggle with their loss of hair, with the problem often being more acutely felt among women. One report found that 96 per cent of women felt that hair was directly connected to their sense of beauty.

Help for all types of hair loss

The Belgravia Centre’s hair loss experts offer a range of hair loss treatments, tailored to each client’s needs. While there is no known permanent cure for alopecia at the present time, there are a number of treatment options for Alopecia Areata which have been shown to be effective in treating the patchy hair loss it causes.


The Belgravia Centre

Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinic - City of LondonThe Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. 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 world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.


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Almost 20 years ago, readers of the Game Of Thrones books were able to form a pretty clear idea of how the characters looked thanks to some detailed descriptions from author George R. R. Martin. Hair loss featured heavily.

Charles Dance as Game of Thrones character Tywin Lannister

Charles Dance as Game of Thrones’ Tywin Lannister

Miraculously gain hair

Several key characters, including Tywin Lannister (played by Charles Dance), were described as bald in the books, only to miraculously gain hair when they appeared almost two decades later in HBO’s lavish TV interpretation.

Other characters to have benefited from a serious hair boost for the cameras include Ser Jorah Mormont, whose “coarse black hair covered his arms and chest so thickly that there was none left for his head,” and also Syrio Forel, the hirsute fencing teacher of young Arya Stark. According to Buzzfeed, who dug deep into the novels for an article about how much the characters had changed for the TV, he should have been “a slight, bald man.”

More hair = bigger audience

It’s not exactly a definitive Hollywood formula, but as a rule of thumb, the makers of TV and movies like their characters to be as attractive as possible . Good-looking actors and actresses are in demand, and very often great hair is part of the package.

Some actors of course, fearlessly buck this trend and don’t seem to be in any shortage of work because of it. British hard man Jason Statham has embraced his baldness and scored a number of notable successes at the box office. In fact, he is so secure with his hair loss that he doesn’t seem to mind when his girlfriend, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, has a laugh about it.

Other men for whom hairloss could have been a problem but isn’t include Vin Diesel and Bruce Willis, who explored the subject of baldness in the 2009  film Surrogates, in which the actor’s doppelgänger robot sports a full head of hair.

The quest for hair

Game of Thrones Character Ser Jorah Mormont was given hair for TV

Character Ser Jorah Mormont was given hair for TV

Hair loss is one of the most common and natural occurrences faced by men and it usually comes with a heavy dose of worry. We can’t all be as confident and successful as Jason Statham.

Male pattern baldness often begins with thinning hair, or receding temples and a balding spot at the back which can eventually meet. Many men who suffer from male pattern baldness choose to shave off their hair completely, like Bruce Willis, though some choose a hair loss treatment programme as an alternative.

The Belgravia Centre provides treatments for male pattern baldness that have strong evidence to show they are effective at stabilising hair loss and restoring lost hair, and new clients are welcomed to the centre by a hair loss specialist who will diagnose the condition and explain what is causing hair to thin out.

Hair loss treatments

The type of treatments and the combination of products recommended will depend upon the client and their specific hair loss condition. Belgravia has seen considerable success over many years in multiple clients, many of whom feature in our Hair Loss Success Stories regrowth gallery.

If you are concerned that your hairline is starting to have more in common with the literary versions of certain Game Of Thrones characters rather than their TV counterparts, visit a hair loss specialist for a professional diagnosis and advice on your treatment options.


Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinic - City of LondonThe Belgravia Centre

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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For most women, a luxurious head of hair is synonymous with beauty and vitality and is all part of being a woman, and with very few exceptions baldness is not a look that they deliberately embrace.

But in order to comply with regulations, 19 females attending a new, integrated assessment at the US Army’s two-month Ranger School agreed to visit the military barber and join the men with a standard Army-style cut.

Less hair if you want to fit in

Since its inception in 1942, the United States Army Rangers has been a men-only outfit, but like much of the modern military the unit is changing with the times and trying to work out how to include women within its ranks.

Writing in the Army Times, reporter Michelle Tan explains that just like their male counterparts, female soldiers are expected to sport short hair cuts. For men, the standard is the traditional buzz-cut, though women are allowed hair up to one inch long. Story continues below.

New Female US Army Candidates for Ranger School Are Required to Have Hair up to One Inch Long

Second Lt. Kelly Derienzo had her long hair cut short, surrounded by Field Artillery Basic Officer Leaders Course colleagues, before going on Fort Benning’s Pre-Ranger Course in Oklahoma

The Rangers’ integrated assessment is a one-off trial, part of a bigger programme aimed at trying to figure out how to make more military job options available to women. It is said to be a first for the traditionally men-only Ranger School.

Military chiefs say that short hair for all attendees, regardless of sex, is necessary for hygiene reasons.

Can bald be beautiful?

Amber RoseFamous women regularly hit the headlines when they get rid of their long hair in favour of the bald look – celebrities including Charlize Theron and Karen Gillan have both shed their hair, if only temporarily, at certain stages of their career.

Though confused onlookers might have wondered if they were in need of a hair loss treatment programme, both celebrities got rid of their hair deliberately. Singer Jessie J is another celebrity to have tried the bald look when she shaved her head for Comic Relief and the Little Princess Trust.

Some say that bald can be beautiful – and there is certainly no shortage of admirers of American model Amber Rose, pictured.

For many women, however, female hair loss is a complex and worrying problem. When hair is so inextricably linked with personal identity and femininity, thinning hair can lead to a great deal of anxiety.

Hair loss in women

Women’s hair loss can be caused by a number of things, including medical issues, diet, stress and genetics. It can be temporary or ongoing – each case is different, which means it is essential to get a correct diagnosis from a hair loss expert.

A condition called Telogen Effluvium is usually a temporary condition and causes thinning of the hair from all over the scalp. It typically begins after an event that shocks certain hair follicles and causes the hairs produced by them to stop growing.

A similar condition is called Chronic Telogen Effluvium, also known as Diffuse Hair Loss, and this tends to be more prolonged.

Additionally, there are several forms of Alopecia which can lead to all-over hair loss or bald patches.

Belgravia MinoxidilHair loss treatment for women

The only medically-proven hair loss treatment suitable for women is Minoxidil – it is licensed by the MHRA and approved by its US counterpart, the FDA, and has been shown to regrow hair and stop female pattern hair loss.

Here at Belgravia, we offer bespoke minoxidil formulations and have seen numerous clients experience significant regrowth results from the use of a comprehensive hair loss treatment programme. View our collection of more than 1,000 photographic success stories to see the kind of results that can be expected.

This is a personalised service, unique to each client, and is overseen by a personal hair loss specialist.


The Belgravia Centre

Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinic - City of LondonThe 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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