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Young Women Are Under Immense Pressure to Have the Perfect Image. Ironically This Can Cause Stress Which Can Lead to Hair Loss.In this day and age of celebrity worship, it seems that there is more pressure than ever for women to look the part and make the right impression. Whether its girls at school, or women in the workplace, it seems that more women are feeling the pressure of having the perfect body, the perfect outfit and the perfect hair. But does this obsession with image and worrying about how we look, actually make hair loss in women more widespread?

In a recent article in the Daily Mail, Stephen Hinshaw, professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, and author of the bestselling book, ‘The Triple Bind: Saving Our Teenage Girls From Today’s Pressures’ says, “We must also acknowledge that there is a problem with our culture’s growing insistence that girls must excel at everything: school, sports, relationships and looks,” says Hinshaw.

The pressure is constant acknowledges Hinshaw: “Girls are now expected to excel at ‘girl skills’, achieve ‘boy skills’ and be models of female perfection 100% of the time. This triple bind is putting girls at risk of eating disorders, depression, and even suicide.”

The Mail pointed out some worrying statistics. Firstly, In 2009, a report commissioned by Stirling University’s Suicidal Behaviour Research Group found that girls were three times more likely to self-harm than boys, while the number of girls diagnosed with depression, eating disorders and body dysmorphia is also increasing. Secondly, a 2007 survey of 2,000 teenage girls in the UK, found that 70 per cent dislike their faces and only 8 per cent are happy with their bodies. Two-thirds of the girls surveyed said that they believed their lives would improve dramatically if they lost weight, and said that images of ‘perfect’ celebrities caused them to feel this way.

Rapid weight loss and stress can trigger a hair loss condition called Telogen Effluvium. When the body undergoes a shock, it will respond in a way that is least damaging to the body and as hair is considered a ‘non-essential function’ by the body, one of the ways the body starts to cope with these changes will be to shed more hair. Some hair follicles prematurely stop growing and enter the telogen (resting) phase where they stay for three months before being shed. While some people will recover from the event before the hair loss starts, if a young woman continues to follow an overly strict diet or if she suffers from depression and ongoing stress, the hair may not return to a healthy hair growth cycle. In some cases, this hair loss condition can trigger Female Pattern (genetic) Hair Loss. The earlier that this condition is diagnosed and treated, the more likely it is that a woman can prevent severe thinning and maintain a healthy and strong head of hair. 

Any woman suffering hair loss should get it checked out by their doctor or by a hair specialist in order to rule out any underlying health issues. A hair specialist will also be able to advise on hair loss treatments. To book a free consultation with one of the specialists at The Belgravia Centre, just call 020 7730 6666 or message the centre. Alternatively you can complete the online diagnostic form for a consultation via the website and a mail order treatment service.

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Most people have suffered the effects of drinking too much – the headaches, the nausea, the dizziness, not to mention the memory of dodgy dancing and talking nonsense. And many drinkers are aware of the harmful mental and physical effects that long-term alcohol abuse can cause such as depression, liver and stomach damage but what about hair loss?

Excessive Alcohol Consumption Can Cause Thinning Hair and Hair Loss.This week is Alcohol Awareness Week in the UK and part of the NHS ‘Know Your Limits’ campaign is to educate people about the complete range of short and long-term effects of over-drinking. For example, regular drinking over a number of years leads directly to 6,000 male deaths from coronary heart disease each year; 400 of the 1,700 deaths from mouth cancer per year are linked to heavy drinking and in England and Wales, alcohol misuse leads to 33,000 hospital admissions each year for alcohol-related liver disease.

But when you’re young and focusing on your career, your social life and family celebrations, it can be easy to put these serious health implications at the back of your mind as there seems to be no visible evidence of their existence. But care should still be taken as long-term health problems can develop slowly over a number of years.

One effect of over-drinking that might become noticeable before a serious health condition is dry and brittle hair. Alcohol is a diuretic which means it causes dehydration in the body. This leads to dry hair with a coarse texture that easily breaks. Repeated drinking also causes thinning as it makes hair weaker by stopping the body absorbing vitamins and minerals that are essential for healthy hair growth. Iron is particularly important to hair growth and an iron deficiency can lead to condition called Diffuse Hair Loss.

So, reducing alcohol intake to a moderate level will help the body in a number of ways. However, for some people hair loss is a genetic trait that can only be managed using hair loss treatments. If you are concerned about hair loss, it is advisable to see a specialist who will diagnose the condition and discuss how to improve your diet and various treatment options. The signs to be looking out include thinning hair, excessive shedding and a receding hairline.

The Belgravia Centre offers a free consultation with a hair loss specialist. To book an appointment, just call 020 7730 6666 or message the centre. If it is difficult to visit the London-based clinic, simply fill out the online diagnostic form and a Treatment Advisor will be in touch shortly.

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FUEWhat is FUE?

FUE is a hair transplant technique in which a small round punch is used to extract units of hair follicles from an area of dense hair growth to an area of baldness. Each unit contains one to four hairs.

Though the abbreviation ‘FUE’  is commonly known to stand for Follicular Unit Extraction, guidelines issued in March 2018 from the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) advised that the procedure would be renamed ‘Follicular Unit Excision‘.

How is it different from standard follicular unit hair transplantation (strip surgery)?

With strip surgery (the old fashioned way of transplanting hair, also known as Follicular Unit Transplantation or FUT), a strip of donor tissue is removed from the back of the head (where hair growth remains) and trimmed under magnification into individual follicular unit grafts. Strip surgery is usually more suitable for larger areas of baldness as up to 3,000 grafts can be transplanted at one time if there is an adequate supply from the patient. However, the scalp requires longer healing time post-surgery and a large scar will remain across the scalp which can be hidden by longer hair.

The specialised punch used in FUE allows the surgeon to remove hair from the skin without causing damage. The hair transplantation is non-evasive and therefore the scalp heals faster. A patient can often show no visible signs ten days after surgery.

The Surgical Procedure

The specialised punch, less than 1mm in diameter, extracts hair from the scalp one at a time. This is done by in a complex multiple step process. Firstly, a small sharp punch scores the skin around a follicular unit. Secondly, a small dull punch is used to go deeper into the soft tissue surrounding the follicular unit.

The reason for the use of a sharp and a dull punch is important in FUE. The direction and angle of the follicular unit beneath the skin is not visible and is often different from the direction of the hair on the surface of the scalp. Therefore if a sharp punch was used below the surface of the skin it might sever the underlying follicular unit. The dull punch, on the other hand, is more likely to envelope the follicular unit while separating it from the surrounding soft tissues. Once the underlying follicular unit is separated from the surrounding tissues it can then be extracted, usually by a forceps gripping the hair above the surface.

The small hole left behind after the follicle is extracted takes a few days to heal and as it does so the small wound contracts which makes the remaining scar much smaller and less noticeable. The patient often has hundreds of small round white scars which are typically invisible to the human eye after his or her hair has grown out.

Who is an ideal candidate for FUE?

People with mild to moderate levels of baldness will be suitable for FUE. The amount of hair transplanted was limited in the early days of FUE, but now up to 7,000 hairs can be extracted in one day – that would account for a fairly large area of hair loss or baldness.

Is FUE widely available?

FUE is becoming more widely available in the UK, although there are only a few reputable surgeons.

The Expert View

Senior hair loss specialist at the Belgravia Centre, Leonora Doclis, points out that the hair will continue to thin outside of the areas where hair has been transplanted; areas where DHT (the product in the body that causes genetic hair loss) is still active. Doclis says, “This procedure simply fills in the gaps. With any hair transplant technique it is necessary to use suitable treatments in order to retain the hair around the transplanted units, so with or without surgery preventative treatments are still necessary. Moreover, much of the time the same or better results can be experienced from the use of a specially tailored treatment programme, which can promote regrowth within three to six months meaning surgery may not be necessary. We usually advise giving the right treatments a go before deciding on any form of hair restoration surgery” adds Doclis.

For an idea of the results that an effective non-surgical treatment programme can bring, view Belgravia’s Hair Loss Success Stories.

Summary of the main advantages of FUE

  • Ideal for moustache or eyebrow replacement
  • Ideal for small sessions and for patients in early stages of hair loss
  • Ideal for patients who wish to shave their heads
  • Less invasive than strip surgery – with no visible scarring in the donor area

Summary of the main disadvantages of FUE

  • Costly
  • Time-consuming procedure
  • Surgical procedure so there are risks involved
  • Only available from few surgeons
  • May not be suitable for large areas of baldness
  • Hair loss treatment programme required for maintenance post-operation
  • Non-Surgical treatment programme may be as effective

Further Information

If you would like to discuss your suitability for a hair loss treatment programme, contact Belgravia for a free consultation with a specialist. We can also advise you on the best and most reputable surgeons in the UK if you decide that you would prefer to go with the surgical option. To book an appointment, call 020 7730 6666 or message the centre. Alternatively, submit an online consultation from anywhere in the world and one of the clinic’s advisors will contact you. The Belgravia Centre do not perform hair transplants but as stated above, hair loss treatments can often be a more suitable alternative.

Madonna Says She Doesn't Date Men Her Own Age Because They Are Usually Fat and Balding.Madonna, 51, has explained why she is attracted to much younger men such as her current boyfriend, 23 year-old Brazilian model Jesus Luz. The Queen of Pop says that men her age are “usually married, divorces, grumpy, fat and balding”. However, the body-conscious singer, who follows a strict diet and exercise regime, is wrong to think that only middle-aged men suffer from hair loss. Most men will begin to develop Male Pattern Baldness in their 20s or 30s and, if left untreated, the hair loss will become irreversible. But if the Material Girl is not your cup of tea, why bother to worry about a receding hairline and a bald spot?

Well, apparently Madonna represents a growing trend of older women hunting for younger men. These women have been nicknamed ‘cougars’ for the way they stalk the urban jungle on the look out for their prey. Perhaps though this comes as no surprise as a man usually hits his sexual prime in his late teens or early twenties while a woman mostly does so in her late forties. For some women, reaching the age of 50 brings with it a strong sense of empowerment. Madonna, Mariah Carey and Demi Moore are all examples of older women finding contentment with a younger man and bucking the stereotype of an older man running off with a younger woman.

Madonna's 23 Year Old Boyfriend, Jesus Luz, May Have Thick Hair But Many Men in Their 20s Suffer From Male Pattern Hair Loss.So what can a man do to avoid being “grumpy, fat and bald” and increase his chances on the A-list dating circuit. Obviously for the first two issues, it is simple. Advice and support is everywhere. Join a gym, cycle to work, ditch junk food for healthier cuisine and the grumpiness usually disappears as a consequence of looking after your body. But what about the balding? Some men of course adopt the bald look with a degree of finesse – think Patrick Stewart, Bruce Willis and Andre Agassi. However, many men simply do not feel comfortable with the shape of their head and do not want to expose it to the world while some just prefer the way they look with hair.

The good news is that Male Pattern Baldness can be successfully managed using hair loss treatments. A carefully tailored treatment programme that has been prescribed by a hair loss specialist is the fastest way to seeing results. For examples of the kind of regrowth that clients of the Belgravia Centre have achieved, take a look at the extensive range of hair loss treatment success stories.

For a free consultation with a Belgravia specialist, just call 020 7730 6666 or message the centre. Alternatively, for a mail order treatment programme, just fill out the online diagnostic form and the clinic will be contact with you shortly.

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Why Men Worry About Baldness But Do Nothing
Why It Helps To See a Specialist for Hair Loss

The Korean Government Has Been Found Liable for Stress Induced Hair Loss Suffered by a Military Staff.No doubt you’ve heard of post-traumatic stress that soldiers suffer as an effect of their duties but would you expect a Government to be sued for stress-related hair loss by one of their military personnel?

The Korean Government was recently found liable for the hair loss of Kim Lee. The court heard that Lee was placed in charge of postal exchanges (PXs) of a land force squadron in September 2006 and that he had to take care of a total of three PXs and had to work day and night.

Lee first noticed he was balding in February 2007 and was treated at a military hospital. But the hair loss spread to his eyebrowns, armpits and the rest of his scalp and body. This condition is a severe form of Alopecia Areata and is known as Alopecia Universalis (total loss of body and scalp hair) and it can be set off by extreme stress. While mild Alopecia Areata can be treated with success, when it progresses to Alopecia Universalis, there is no known cure for this stage of hair loss. In some cases the hair will grow back however for many it is permanent.

Lee, who was discharged from the service In November 2007, claimed his baldness did not improve and sued the Government.

A Military Staff Member Has Sued the Korean Government for Stress Induced Baldness.The Seoul Administrative Court ordered the Ministry of Patriot and Veteran Affairs to acknowledge 27-year-old Lee as a “man of national merit” and compensate him monthly for the loss of all his hair.

The court said, “Lee was in a good condition before he was located to the PXs and it is apparent that the excessive workload caused the hair loss,” the court said.

Belgravia has had success in treating mild cases of Alopecia Areata as well as Male Pattern Baldness. For more information about managing hair loss with treatments, come for a consultation with one of Belgravia’s specialists. The appointments are free and are available 7 days a week. To book yours, just call 020 7730 6666 or message the centre. Alternatively, complete the online diagnostic form for a consultation via the website and a mail order service for treatment.

More Information:
Hair Loss in Men
Hair Loss in Women
Hair Loss Product Reviews

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Elvis Showed No Signs of Hair Loss in His Thirties But Would He Be Bald if He Were Alive Today?The King of Rock n Roll would be 74 if he were alive today but would he still have his famous hair and sideburns? Or would he, like most men of this age, suffer from hair loss? Born in 1935, Elvis’s hair was an important part of his iconic image. Over time it changed. In the 1950s Elvis copied the slick hair and sideburns look of poor Southern white truck drivers. Shortly after starting his singing career he died his hair jet black, which he later thought made him look better on camera. In 1955, Elvis had a hair routine that involved using three different types of wax simultaneously to make his hair greasy and to make it fall during performances.

As Elvis grew more confident, so did his hair, becoming more sculpted and less greasy by the late 50s. The singer had his hair shorn off in 1958 as he prepared to join the Army. This clump of Elvis’s hair is to be auctioned on Sunday in Chicago, Illinois, and is expected to fetch $12,000 – or £7,500.  The hair is one of over 200 items being offered to the highest bidder this weekend. The collection belonged to the President of one of Elvis’s fan clubs, Gary Pepper. Mr Pepper died in 1980 and left the items with his nurse, and they are now to be sold on to fans.

In the early 1960s Elvis changed his look for the movies and adopted a sculpted look that matched his stiff appearance and dress at the time.

A Clump of Elvis Presley's Hair Is To Be AuctionedBy the late 60s Elvis returned to music, and with the 1968 Comeback Special, Elvis began to perform on stage again and playing his earlier music in its original style.  His hair became loose again, falling down during shows.

In the 1970s, Elvis kept his hair loose and greasy, but also followed the fashion of the times and kept his hair long and his sideburns became legendary for their size and length also. In fact, there is a booming business in Elvis wigs thanks to The King’s thick locks.

By the time of his death in 1977, aged 42, Elvis showed no signs of Male Pattern Baldness however this is not to say that, if he were alive today, he would still have his famous hair. There would be a strong chance he would be bald as about 80% of men suffer from Male Pattern Baldness by the time they reach their later years. However, as Elvis was conscious of his look, he may well have considered what many men do when the first signs of hair loss appear – treatment. Over the last couple of decades, modern science has developed two treatments that can be individually tailored to suit an individual and maintain hair growth.

If you would like to discuss your suitability for a hair loss treatment programme, contact Belgravia for a consultation with one of the clinic’s specialists. To book an appointment (which is free) just call 020 7730 6666 or message the centre. Alternatively, fill out the online diagnostic form and a treatment advisor will be in touch to discuss treatment options.

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Hair Loss Success Stories

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The Pink Car Rally Raised Money for Children Who Suffer Hair Loss From Cancer TreatmentLast month, if you were travelling between Hereford and Birmingham then you may have seen a convey of pink cars enroute. This spectacle was a fundraising event called Pink Car Rally which aims to raise money for The Little Princess Trust, the charity which sources and pays for ‘real wigs’ hair for children who have lost their hair primarily through cancer treatment. Gail Porter, who suffers from Alopecia Areata, is the charity’s Ambassador.

The idea for the Pink Car Rally came from Sali Gray who owns a pink Nissan Micra and says she gets “screams of delight” from girls of all ages (from 2 to 22!) when she drives past. She was inspired to help raise money for The Little Princess Trust after reading about the charity which was started by a couple who had lost their little girl to cancer. The parents said that their daughter had found losing her hair very traumatic and they had found it difficult to source a realistic looking wig.

So far this year’s Pink Car Rally has raised £635. The target is £1200. Sali hopes to make the Pink Car Rally an annual event. For more information, to make a donation or to get involved, go to www.littleprincesses.org.uk

For more information about hair loss treatment programmes, contact Belgravia for a free consultation on 020 7730 6666 or message the clinic. Alternatively, fill out the online diagnostic form and a treatment advisor will be in touch to discuss matters further.

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Alopecia Areata Treatment Success:
“The re-growth is progressing…Fantastic!”
“My hair is growing back…much heavier and thicker”
“The big patch of hair loss has gone and I’ve got my confidence back”

By the time a woman reaches the age of 35, she tends to know what works and what doesn’t when it comes to her hair and beauty regime.

thinning hair stress worry work anxiety stressed womens hair lossYou’ve tried the bargain basement products and while they are kinder to your wallet, they don’t make your skin or hair feel the way you like. Not to say that expensive always equals the best, but very rarely will the cheapest product on the market do the best job.

So when it comes to thinning hair, why change the approach you take when it comes to choosing say your facial cleanser, foundation or shampoo? The quality of the ingredients in hair thinning treatments does vary and this will affect the results you see.

And this condition affects a large number – 40% of women over the age of 35 suffer from thinning which can often be the early sign of female hair loss conditions. There are many reasons that hair begins to thin and they can include:

A hair specialist will be able to diagnose the condition and explain what is causing it. It is usually possible to treat the hair with a product called Minoxidil, the only product that has successfully undergone clinical trials and been shown to be safe and effective for treating female hair loss. But just as there are numerous types of cleansers, foundations and shampoos, so too there are different Minoxidil formulas.

Minoxidil is a dose-dependant treatment which means that results vary according to the amount of Minoxidil a product contains. Many products contain Minoxidil in a 2% concentration however a double-blind study carried out in 2002 proved that Minoxidil in a 5% concentration was significantly more effective that Minoxidil 2% for women with Female Pattern Hair Loss. Details of the study can be found here: http://www.eblue.org/article/PIIS0190962203043172/abstract

The Best Treatment for Thinning Hair

Belgravia offers a number of different formulations of high strength minoxidil for women, and you can find out more about these by contacting the centre.

Some forms of minoxidil can include added ingredients such as Medroxyprogesterone (MPG) or Azelaic Acid (AA).

MPG is an unproven product that may help to prevent dihydrotestosterone (or ‘DHT’ – which is the product in the body that causes genetic hair loss) from attacking the hair follicles. This complements Minoxidil’s effect on the follicles, and may improve the results. When MPG is added to Minoxidil it becomes a prescription-only treatment.

AA may help to reduce the amount of DHT reaching the hair follicles by inhibiting the formation of 5-alpha reductase, the enzyme that combines with testosterone to produce DHT. While it is an unproven product, when added to minoxidil, it creates a unique, prescription-only treatment that can treat stubborn patches of hair loss.

Belgravia’s clients have achieved great results using various minoxidil formulations alongside a range of Hair Growth Boosters. The regrowth they have experienced can be seen by visiting our Hair Loss Success Stories.

The Belgravia CentreThe 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.

Nicole Kidman Often Wears Her Hair Pulled Back in a Tight Ponytail. But This Style Can Cause Traction Alopecia.You would expect an A-list star such as Nicole Kidman to know a thing or two about good hair care. But the actress and model was recently photographed with her hair scraped back in the tightest of ponytails – a style which, if repeatedly worn, can lead to hair loss. It is also a style that can be particularly damaging for those with naturally thin hair, such as Nicole.

The look was nicknamed the ‘Croydon Facelift’ a number of years ago when it was the fashionable hairstyle for young girls in the area. And Nicole certainly looked like her face had been lifted by the look as she partied at the Omega watches flagship store in New York on Wednesday night.

Nicole is not the only celebrity fan of the tight ponytail, other stars seen sporting the look include Kate Moss, Sienna Miller, Victoria Beckham, Madonna and Kate Winslet. Even Michelle Obama has opted for the look. But the tension that tight ponytails put on the hair is not healthy and can lead to a form of hair loss called Traction Alopecia. This occurs when the hair shaft is pulled excessively or repeatedly. This damages the hair follicle causing it to slow its growth and eventually stop which results in hair loss.

Another Day, Another Tight Ponytail for Actress Nicole Kidman. But Is The Actress Risking Hair Loss?Other hair styles that can cause Traction Alopecia include hair extensions, weaves, and braiding. Afro hair can be particularly prone to damage from overstyling as it often styled in these ways.

Afro hair suffers from dryness more than any other hairtype due to the way it grows; its spiral structure means that the natural oils produced by the scalp cannot easily reach all down the hair shaft. People with this hairtype often use relaxants that contain harsh chemicals which can increase the dryness. This leads to breakage which causes thinning hair, and this is often the early stage of hair loss.

If you have been a fan of any of the styles mentioned, then you may want to give your hair a break to allow it to recover. If you are concerned that your hair might have been damaged by styling aids, then a consultation with one of Belgravia’s specialists will allow your hair to be professionally examined. In some cases a hair loss treatment will help restore the hair growth cycle to its optimum level.

To book an appointment, call Belgravia on 020 7730 6666 or message the centre. Alternatively, fill out the online consultation form and submit with a photograph of the affected area and a treatment advisor will contact you.

Traction Alopecia Success Stories:
“What an improvement! …my confidence has grown so much”
“They taught me how to look after my Afro hair…”

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A ‘widow’s peak’ or receding hairline is when the hair at the front of the scalp forms a ‘V’ shape. This pattern may just be your natural hair shape, but if the outline becomes more distinctive, and is perhaps accompanied by thinning hair on the top of the crown, it is often the early sign of male pattern baldness.


Belgravia Male Hair Loss Client Duncan Has Seen Great Improvements to His Receding Hairline

Belgravia Case Studies

Belgravia Receding Hairline Client RegrowthHugo, whose before and during treatment photographs can be seen at the top right of this page, has successfully regrown his receding hairline with a Belgravia treatment plan. Hugo said: “After 3 months of treatment I can’t believe the results.  Thank you so much Edyta and The Belgravia Centre. I’m so happy.

Duncan, whose before and during treatment photographs are beneath Hugo’s,  is another Belgravia Centre patient who has seen great regrowth results at his hairline. Duncan said: “I always had a nasty feeling that my hair loss would catch up with me after seeing it affect so many members of my family. I decided I didn’t want to go down the same path as them and do nothing. I couldn’t be happier with the results.  Everyone who is still unsure should go for it. The quicker you start, the quicker you can get the constant burden off your mind! Many thanks.” You can see Duncan’s original comment in the guestbook here.

You can view thousands more Success Stories and hair growth comparison photos in our Online Hair Growth Gallery – the largest of its kind in the world.

If you are concerned about your hairline it is wise to discuss it with a hair loss specialist in order to receive personalised, professional advice, as well as information on the type of approach best suited to your specific situation. You can contact The Belgravia Centre by sending us a message or calling 020 7730 6666, or you can complete our online consultation if you are from outside of London.

More Information:
Hair Loss Product Reviews
Hair Loss Success Stories

Interesting Articles:
Why Men Worry About Baldness But Do Nothing
Four Tips for Men Dealing With Hair Loss
Hair Loss in Men – How Hair Ages