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Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Treatment Before and After Results - New Success Story

A new entry has just been added to Belgravia’s Female Pattern Hair Loss Treatment Success Stories gallery.

Find out what this client had to say and see her regrowth results close up, or find out more about treating hereditary hair loss in women by clicking the buttons below…

(Results may vary and are not guaranteed)

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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.

Belgravia specialists are often asked about different scalp or hair oils which may help in the treatment of hair loss.

Those most commonly enquired about include coconut oil, argan oil, castor oil and jojoba oil.

The truth is, there are no hair care products of any type that have been clinically-proven to treat key conditions, such as Male Pattern Baldness, Female Pattern Hair Loss or Alopecia Areata.

So whilst the short answer to whether cosmetic hair and scalp oils can treat hairloss on their own is ‘no’, there are some benefits associated with their use.

Here we look specifically at using jojoba oil as part of a hair regimen.

jojoba oil

What is jojoba oil?

The jojoba plant, also known botanically as simmondsia chinensis, is a dioecious shrub native to Mexico and South Western regions of the USA. It produces seeds rich in jojoba liquid wax ester, commonly known as jojoba oil.

It has a high fatty acid content which comprises a number of different types, predominantly monounsaturated omega 9 and omega 7 oils, including palmitoleic acid, oleic acid, 11-Eicosenoic acid, erucic acid and nervonic acid.

These, particularly oleic acid, are thought to have some metabolic health and cancer prevention benefits when ingested; when applied topically, omega-9 preparations can provide various advantages. These include enhancing the activity of antioxidants, as well as providing softening, hydrating properties. They may also help to protect against signs of environmental damage, skin and hair ageing.

A 2005 clinical study of the anti-inflammatory properties of jojoba liquid wax discovered through animals trials that the substance showed similar levels of efficacy to the prescription drug indomethacin.

As inflammation plays a part in many different hair loss conditions, whilst it may not increase hair growth, treat thinning hair or bald spots, it may be useful as a natural anti-inflammatory.

It may also help to prevent damaged hair and hair breakage, which is where weakened hair snaps along the shaft but the follicle is not affected.

Shown to increase minoxidil absorption

Oleic acid has been shown in some clinical trials, to increase the skin penetration of certain topical medications.

woman applying hair loss solution product hair growth

One such drug, studied in 2018, was the only clinically-proven hair loss treatment currently both MHRA-licensed and FDA-approved for androgenetic alopecia in men and women: high strength minoxidil.

In vitro testing – not human trials – showed significantly improved hair follicle delivery of the researchers’ minoxidil-oleic acid formulation when compared to minoxidil alone.

This does not mean anyone using this particular hair loss solution should start mixing it with jojoba oil – or any other oleic acid-containing oil such as olive oil – however; that would most likely just dilute the medication and reduce its efficacy.

You can, if you wish, apply jojoba oil at least an hour before, or at least an hour after applying minoxidil, as a moisturiser to help keep the scalp in good condition. After all, a healthy scalp is important when it comes to healthy hair growth.

Further studies are needed, including large scale clinical trials including human participants, to ensure the long-term safety, tolerability and efficacy of such a concoction. It does provide hairloss researchers with an interesting springboard from which to potentially develop new hair loss products in the future, though.

For now, for those wanting to add hair oils or scalp oils into their general hair routine, we consider jojoba oil to be a safe choice in the majority of cases, with known benefits whether applied to the lengths and strands as a moisturiser, or directly to the scalp to help reduce any inflammation.


Circ - Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinics LondonThe 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: Beatriz

Question: I started to get small bald patches on the left side of my head in 2015. After visiting a dermatologist in 2016 I was diagnosed with pseudopelade de brocq. I was prescribed a liquid steroid solution which I applied once per day. I visited the dermatologist a few months later and they felt the condition was no longer active, and said that it doesn’t generally return?

This has remained the case until a month ago when I felt that I was losing hair again and the areas appeared larger. My hairdresser noticed that around my lower hairline, and at the front of my hair above my forehead was thinner but queried if this was more hormonal hair loss as my hair appears drier at the moment.

What is the timescale of pseudopelade and can it return again once it has cleared up? Also, when I went for a second opinion they told me I had lichen planopilaris – are these conditions similar and are the treatments and outcomes the same?

pseudopelade scarring alopecia
An Example of Pseudopelade

Answer: Hi, Beatriz. Pseudopelade can indeed recur and the duration, or how long it takes before it goes into remission, cannot be predicted.

It tends to present in a way that can resemble footprints in the snow and affects three times as many women as it does men, though little is known about its causes, comings and goings.

Pseudopelade is a form of scarring hair loss, which can destroy the hair follicles, leaving permanent baldness in the affected areas. It is part of a group of conditions collectively known as Cicatricial Alopecia or Alopecia Cicatrisata.

Lichen planopilaris also belongs to this group, and both lichen planopilaris and psedopelade are autoimmune disorders with similar symptoms. Most of those affected by lichen planopilaris – an estimated 60 to 90 per cent of cases – are women.

Examples of hair loss from Lichen Planopilaris - cicatricial alopecia

It is a skin disorder, lichen planus, but is known as lichen planopilaris when it affects hair-bearing areas. Symptoms of the condition include erythema – a redness of the skin around sites of inflammation, scaling and hyperkeratotic plugs (thickened outer layers of the skin).

Although sometimes said to be related to stress, this is largely thought to be more due to stress being detrimental to our general well-being and the body’s healing process, including how it responds to autoimmune disorder medications, than stress being any kind of trigger, unlike in other autoimmune diseases, such as Alopecia Areata.

According to the US Department of Health and Human Services’ Genetic and Rare Disease Information Centre, there “exists some controversy as to whether [pseudopelade de Brocq] is a distinct condition or the common final stage or variant of several different forms of scarring alopecias such as discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE) or lichen planopilaris (LPP). Some have suggested abandoning the use of the term pseudopelade of Brocq while others think that the term should be strictly used to describe patients that follow the pattern of hair loss described by Brocq et al.(i.e., multiple, small, discrete, asymmetrical, smooth, soft, flesh-colored or white patches of hair loss with little, if any, inflammation).”

Often, where there is confusion over the diagnosis, a scalp biopsy is recommended in order to to tell these hair loss conditions apart. As such, you may wish to discuss this option with your dermatologist.

At Belgravia we cannot treat either of these conditions but those who can often do so using medications, such as corticosteroid lotions or scalp injections, to address the underlying condition, rather than providing any type of hairloss solution.

Once the condition has been stable for three years, some surgeons may consider carrying out a hair transplant or even scalp reduction surgery, though this is decided very much on a case-by-case basis. These are both highly-skilled procedures and require specialist experience and training so, if you were to explore either of these options, we would recommend speaking to a respected and qualified expert in this particular surgical field first.

It is worth noting that, even once the condition has been stable for the requisite amount of time, and if you are judged suitable for surgical hair restoration, the procedure still may not be a success.

As before, we recommend discussing your options with one of the dermatologists you mentioned seeing, as they should be able to provide you with further advice on getting a confirmed diagnosis and suitable therapies based on these findings.


The 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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Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Treatment Before and After Results - New Success Story

A new entry has just been added to Belgravia’s Female Pattern Hair Loss Treatment Success Stories gallery.

This client has two separate conditions – Chronic Telogen Effluvium and Female Pattern Hair Losswhich are being treated simultaneously, thanks to a personalised treatment plan devised by her dedicated hair specialist.

Find out what this client had to say and see her regrowth results close up, or find out more about treating hair loss in women and Chronic Telogen Effluvium by clicking the buttons below…

(Results may vary and are not guaranteed)

VIEW SUCCESS STORY

Treatment information

Chronic Telogen Effluvium Treatment


Circ - Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinics LondonThe 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.

Director of Fashion partnerships for Instagram and children’s author, Eva Chen is a popular figure on the image-sharing app, frequently sharing style tips and stories from her life as a busy mum-of-two in New York City.

Her regular Ask Me Anything (AMA) Instagram story sessions give her 1.2 million followers the chance to have their questions answered.

In her latest AMA, she offered some unique advice on how to cope with hair loss after having a baby, a condition known as Postpartum Alopecia.

Eva Chen Instagram Postpartum hair loss style advice

On-trend hair loss solution for new mums

“Oh boy, that is the absolute worse!!!” Chen, 39, wrote in response to someone asking how she coped with postpartum hairloss – the shedding that starts shortly after giving birth.

During pregnancy the hair growth cycle stays in its active ‘Anagen’ phase for longer than usual, resulting in the less shedding than normal during this time.

People – including those without any form of hair loss condition – tend lose around 100 or more hairs per day, However, during pregnancy more of these hairs which would normally be shed as a normal part of hair cycling are ‘hoarded’. This is why it is often noted that pregnant women appear to have fuller hair.

Once the baby has been born, these additional hairs – which, having built up over a period of up to nine months, is a substantial amount – start to shed as the hair cycle returns to normal. The ensuing diffuse hairloss affects the entire scalp, but is temporary.

“Honestly, there isn’t much to be done but wait it out,” advises Eva Chen, who was previously the beauty and health director at Teen Vogue, adding: “I wore a lot of headbands! Lucky for you they’re trending!”

Postpartum regrowth options

Whilst Chen’s stylish suggestion may be a practical and fashion-forward quick fix for new mums wanting to hide their hair loss, there are a number of other options.

After having a baby it can take between 6 and 12 months for hair to naturally return to its pre-pregnancy state.

For those wishing to aid the hair regrowth process along, there are options available but it is important to note that these are for mothers who are not breastfeeding or expressing. Belgravia hair specialists advise those who are nursing not to try any of these solutions until they have finished, simply as a precaution.

Women who are not breastfeeding may explore pharmaceutical postpartum hair loss treatment options, as well as nutritional support from hair supplements designed to help maintain the normal functioning of the hair growth cycle.

Hair Vitalics for Women - hair supplement from The Belgravia Centre hair growth specialists London hair loss clinic

Maintaining a balanced, healthy diet full of nutrients is always advised, but is not always the reality once a new baby comes along.

Belgravia offers an exclusive one-a-day food supplement called Hair Vitalics for Women which is suitable for those who are not nursing. These contain a highly-targeted blend of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and botanical extracts, including biotin, selenium, zinc, iron, vitamins C and D3, as well as phytoestrogens, but are not intended to replace a good diet. Hair Vitalics is available to both clients and non-clients, who can purchase via the dedicated hairvitalics.com website.

In addition, the use of low-level laser therapy hair growth supporting products may be beneficial.

The FDA-cleared HairMax LaserBand devices, for example, offer a quick way to stimulate the follicles, with medical-grade lasers and patented teeth to part the hair, being embedded in headband style wearable gadgets. These are worn three times per week for between 90 seconds and 3 minutes each time, depending on the model used.

HairMax LaserBand 41 hair growth LLLT device buy from The Belgravia Centre hair loss clinic London

For those concerned about on-going levels of excessive hair fall that does not appear to be subsiding a few months after giving birth, a consultation with a professional hair loss specialist is highly recommended, whether in-person, or online.

Firstly, for those with either existing Female Pattern Hair Loss, or an underlying genetic predisposition to this hereditary concern, Post-partum alopecia may exacerbate or trigger this type of shedding.

Whilst hair loss after having a baby affects the entire scalp diffusely on a temporary basis, Female Pattern Hair Loss is concentrated on the top of the scalp, presenting as thinning hair from the crown to the hairline and temples, and is a progressive, permanent condition.

Should this be diagnosed, there are a number of hair loss treatments which can be offered, as well as those outlined above, and a custom course can be tailored based on your condition(s), level and pattern of hairloss, as well as your medical profile.

Secondly, receiving an expert diagnosis and personalised advice about your hair loss can be a huge relief and one less thing to worry about.


Circ - Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinics LondonThe 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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Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Treatment Before and After Results - New Success Story

A new entry has just been added to Belgravia’s Female Pattern Hair Loss Treatment Success Stories gallery.

This client has two separate conditions – Chronic Telogen Effluvium and Female Pattern Hair Loss which are being treated simultaneously.

Find out what this client had to say and see her regrowth results close up, or find out more about treating hair loss in women and Chronic Telogen Effluvium by clicking the buttons below…

(Results may vary and are not guaranteed)

VIEW SUCCESS STORY

Treatment information

Chronic Telogen Effluvium Treatment


Circ - Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinics LondonThe 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.

Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Treatment Before and After Results - New Success Story

A new entry has just been added to Belgravia’s Female Pattern Hair Loss Treatment Success Stories gallery.

This client has two separate conditions – Chronic Telogen Effluvium and Female Pattern Hair Loss which are being treated simultaneously.

Find out what this client had to say and see her regrowth results close up, or find out more about treating hereditary hair loss in women and Chronic Telogen Effluvium by clicking the buttons below…

(Results may vary and are not guaranteed)

VIEW SUCCESS STORY

Treatment information

Chronic Telogen Effluvium Treatment


Circ - Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinics LondonThe 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.

The 28th European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV) Congress has kicked off in Madrid, Spain, with some interesting news for both drivers and passengers.

A presentation from South Korea’s Future Science Research Centre explained how air pollution has been shown to negatively affect hair growth in ways which can lead to hair loss.

Reduces levels of important hair growth proteins

The Anatomy of a Hair Follicle

The South Korean team exposed extracted dermal papilla (DP) cells – those located at the bottom of the hair follicle and which play a vital role in the formation and growth of human hair – to various concentrations of polluted air for 24 hours.

At the end of the test, the hairs were examined to investigate whether any differences had occurred to their key growth proteins.

Not only were beta-catenin, cyclin D1, cyclin E and CDK2 levels found to be decreased – significantly in the case of beta-catenin, which is responsible for new hairs forming normally – but these effects were found to be dose-dependent. Essentially, the more polluted the air the DP cells were exposed to, the greater their reduction of important hair growth proteins.

“While the link between air pollution and serious diseases such as cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cardiovascular disease (CVD) are well established, there is little to no research on the effect of particulate matter exposure on the human skin, and hair in particular,” says team member Hyuk Chul Kwon.

“Our research explains the mode of action of air pollutants on human follicle dermal papilla cells, showing how the most common air pollutants lead to hair loss.”

Expands upon previous research into hair loss and air pollution

traffic congestion lights stop halt pollution london

Despite the researcher’s claim that there has been a lack of study in this area, there has certainly been some investigation of this area before.

The new South Korean data appears to expand upon findings from previous research in both the USA and the UK that also linked air pollution to hair loss.

A 2017 study by researchers at Duke University in America demonstrated that air pollution from traffic can cause hairloss. They understood this to be because exhaust pollutants were present in far greater quantities inside vehicles than in the air outside.

Furthermore, the pollution contained high levels of the chemicals that cause oxidative stress – also known as free-radical damage – which has also been associated with thinning hair and identified as a trigger for the premature onset of Male Pattern Baldness.

Before that, in 2009 a team from the college of medicine at Queen Mary University of London, UK, linked traffic pollution to baldness after discovering that toxic air pollutants can damage vital hair proteins.

Whilst each of these earlier projects was small in scale, they have produced insightful information which, in addition to the new findings, certainly compounds the case for more trials in this area. Additionally, this could now be used to help find ways to protect the hair from such pollutants in order to prevent hair loss.

Could be the reason for rising hair loss problems

In recent years there have been increasing complaints about rising levels of Male Pattern Baldness and Female Pattern Hair Loss from residents of China, India and the United Arab Emirates. Continues below…

WHO World Health Organisation Global ambient air pollution map 2018 - hair loss and air pollution
Click to Enlarge the 2018 World Health Organisation Global Ambient Air Pollution Map

Although the precise reason for this apparently sudden increase in cases of thinning hair in men and sometimes women has not yet been identified, it was largely assumed to be down to stress.

This was based on the fact that modern lives are becoming increasingly stressful and unbalanced, with people tending to get less sleep and recreational time than before, plus everyday diets not always being as healthy as they could be due to the smorgasbord of convenience food offerings available which often have poor nutritional values – all factors known to contribute to hair loss.

However, the correlation between this pattern of research outcomes and the fact that these countries all have some of the worst air pollution in the world, based on the 2018 survey from the World Health Organisation (WHO), does seem to lend itself to high levels of air pollution being a possible factor.

Without going full Greta Thunberg and avoiding all forms of non eco-friendly transport, things you can do to help reduce the effects of air pollution on the hair include wearing a hat and washing your hair when you come in each day.

Having good quantities of antioxidants in your diet may also be beneficial, with vitamin C, selenium and zinc all known to contribute to the protection of cells from oxidative stress. These nutrients are all included in the exclusive Belgravia food supplements, Hair Vitalics for Men and Hair Vitalics for Women, though these are not intended to replace a healthy, balanced diet.

Where air pollution is exacerbating, or triggering Male or Female Pattern Baldness, a personalised hair loss treatment course featuring clinically-proven medications and, where appropriate, additional hair growth supporting products, may be advantageous.


The 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: Erick

Question: I am a 17 years old male and my hair extremely thinned in only a few days. I am not sure but the reason might be overdosing myself with my multivitamins that I bought recently. I stopped using it now, and my question is, will my hair grow back to how it was before? I had kind of a thick hair. If I need any tests to find out more, which ones would I need?

Answer: Hi, Erick. If you’ve noticed increased shedding over a short period of time, this may be a condition called Telogen Effluvium (TE).

This is a disturbance in the hair growth cycle where many actively growing hair follicles – up to 30-40 per cent – are being pushed from the anagen (growing) phase into the telogen (resting phase). The result is hair loss from all over the scalp, and reduced hair density.

vitamins minerals diet nutrition supplements tablets healthy hair growth

TE can be triggered for many reasons, including recent stress, changes in your health or diet. Overdosing on medication may also spark this off.

Overdosing on food supplements can lead to other side effects and complications, so I advise you contact your GP or regular doctor as soon as possible. They may arrange a blood test to see if you require any treatment or whether the fact you have stopped taking the supplements is enough.

However, whatever the cause, if you have Telogen Effluvium the shedding is temporary and the hair usually grows back shortly after the initiating factor has been eliminated; it tends to take roughly three months for the hair regrowth to become noticeable.

If you wish to be on the safe side and your doctor does not already suggest one, it may be worthwhile asking for a blood test where a number of factors can be checked out.

The blood tests we would normally recommend to adults worried about hair loss include getting a full blood count, iron, ferritin, vitamin D, vitamin B12, folate, zinc, and thyroid function screening.

These are investigated because anaemia – iron-deficiency anaemia or pernicious anaemia, dietary deficiencies or thyroid problems are all known to be associated with diffuse hairloss.

As, in your case, you mentioned you have been overdosing on multi-vitamins, I recommend you showing the multivitamin ingredients list to your doctor. They can then determine the best course of action, particularly as they will have knowledge of any relevant information from your general medical profile. If they decide it is worthwhile, they can arrange tests including a blood test to check your liver function as well as vitamin levels, depending on which vitamins you were taking, in case they are above their normal range.

It is so important to always ensure you follow the intake and usage directions to the letter, whether it is nutritional supplements such as multi-vitamins, or medication that you are taking.

Although many people assume it is safe to take lots of ‘natural supplements’ or vitamins, this is not the case and dosage information is provided with good reason. For example, vitamin A is just one nutrient which, when taken regularly in excessive quantities can build up in a person’s system and hair loss may occur as a side effect of this.

Therefore, if you do decide to start taking food supplements again, it may be worthwhile discussing this when you speak to your doctor and, if you do go ahead, ensure you stick to the recommended dose per day.


The 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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Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Treatment Before and After Results - New Success Story

A new entry has just been added to Belgravia’s Female Pattern Hair Loss Treatment Success Stories gallery.

Find out what this client had to say and see her regrowth results close up, or find out more about treating hereditary hair loss in women by clicking the buttons below…

(Results may vary and are not guaranteed)

VIEW SUCCESS STORY

Treatment information


Circ - Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinics LondonThe 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.