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Picture this… after developing the classic signs of Male Pattern Hair Loss you make the decision to go bald gracefully.

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You shave your head, let nature take its course and over the years your thinning hair gradually causes your scalp to become fully exposed to the elements.

Or, you develop patchy hair loss from the autoimmune disorder Alopecia Areata – or total baldness of the scalp from its more severe iterations, Alopecia Totalis or Alopecia Universalis. Again, leaving your naked scalp displayed either wholly or in part.

In each instance, and in the case of other hair loss conditions where the scalp becomes exposed, there is a whole area of newly-revealed skin that needs taking care of and protecting.

But how many people are actually aware of why this is so important?

Actinic keratosis and skin cancer

One of the best things people who are bald can do to protect their scalp is to use a good quality sunscreen or sunblock on their head, ensuring it is regularly reapplied as necessary, based on the product’s instructions.

Those who are not necessarily bald but have thinning hair on top – something which is often symptomatic of Female Pattern Hair Loss – may find applying sun creams to their scalp tricky. There are, however, many dedicated sun protection sprays for the scalp and hair available now.

Of course, hats or other head coverings can also be used, but it is important to ensure you block as many of the sun’s UV rays as possible given the less hair there is, the less protection the head has from sunburn.

When there is no hair on top of the head, ultraviolet (UV) rays from daylight, or artificial UV light sources, are better able to penetrate the skin in this area, as well as the top of the ears, which would otherwise generally be better shaded by hair. Continues below…

Actinic keratoses on scalp condition can be sign of pre-cancer skin cancer
An example of actinic keratosis (solar keratosis) on the scalp

This is why researchers, from Danish company LEO Pharma, developing treatments for Actinic Keratosis – a potentially pre-cancerous condition which causes a crusty, scaly scalp from repeated UV exposure – used men with extensive hair loss as their trial subjects.

According to official advice on actinic keratosis from the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), the rough patches of skin that this scalp condition – also known as solar keratosis – can cause, “aren’t usually a serious problem and can go away on their own, but it’s important to get them checked as there’s a chance they might turn into skin cancer at some point”.

It tends to affect areas that are most frequently exposed to sunlight, including the face, hands, forearms and lower legs as well as the ears and scalp.

Skin cancer prevention is the primary reason for ensuring proper scalp care featuring a suitable sunblock or high SPF sun cream is practised daily, all year round. Don’t forget, UV rays can penetrate even on cloudy days, not just sunny ones.

Other scalp conditions

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Many scalp conditions, including psoriasis, can be autoimmune and hereditary in nature, and will therefore present whether you have hair or not; obviously if you are bald or have extensive hairloss, they may simply become more noticeable.

Whilst others, such as seborrhoeic dermatitis, which – when it affects the head – causes a red, itchy and scaly-looking scalp that flakes easily, are not genetic, but have other triggering factors such as an overgrowth of, or an over-active immune response to yeast found on the skin called Malassezia furfur. This is most likely to affect those prone to allergies, hayfever, asthma and eczema, and is generally worse in dry and cold weather.

These cannot be prevented, but practising good scalp hygiene, such as washing the scalp daily, is recommended. Patients are generally advised to use a tailored shampoo – often medicated shampoo with formulations including zinc pyrithione, selenium sulphide, coal tar or ketoconazole – as these can be beneficial and ease symptoms. It is important to follow the usage directions as some may only be used every other day, for example, or on a short-term basis.

It you are concerned about problems with your scalp, a hair specialist or dermatologist should be able to provide you with a diagnosis and appropriate treatment recommendations, following a consultation.


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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.

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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.

Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia (CCCA) is a common form of scarring hair loss that affects women of African descent. A 2016 study found that almost half of all African American women have experienced this condition.

Although it is linked to certain intense hairstyling practices – hence it also being known as Hot Comb Alopecia – and inflammation, CCCA has long been suspected of also having a genetic element.

The hallmark of this form of cicatricial alopecia is the shape the hair loss takes; starting in the middle of the scalp, it gradually radiates outwards at either side, forming an increasingly large almond shape.

Researchers in Israel have discovered what they believe may be the root of this genetic constituent: a mutation in the enzyme peptidyl arginine deiminase, type III (PADI3).

Small but thorough study

The potential breakthrough findings were published in the New England Journal of Medicine on 13th February 2019, and reveal it to be a small but in-depth study.

Details explain how a ‘discovery group’ of 16 patients with CCCA was compared to filtered results from a public database. Study authors from the Tel Aviv Medical Centre’s Department of Dermatology, explored these, as follows:

“We then performed direct sequencing to identify disease-associated DNA variations and RNA sequencing, protein modelling, immunofluorescence staining, immunoblotting, and an enzymatic assay to evaluate the consequences of potential etiologic mutations. We used a replication set that consisted of women with CCCA to confirm the data obtained with the discovery set.”

What transpired was that the PADI3 enzyme is able to modify other proteins “essential to hair shaft formation”. Women with decreased PADI3 and PADI3 mutations, as noted from scalp biopsy samples, were more likely to have CCCA than other women with the same Afro hair type who did not show this genetic quirk.

Area of current research

Whether you call it Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia, Hot Comb Alopecia or Follicular Degeneration Syndrome (FDS), this form of hair loss has recently come under scrutiny from the medical and pharmaceutical communities, with a number of projects exploring its pathogenesis, as others aim to find a suitable, effective treatment.

The fact this study was, in part, funded by a L’Oreal African Hair and Skin Research grant may suggest the cosmetics giant is also considering developing products for people with this condition.

Currently, Follicular Degeneration Syndrome treatment may be possible when the condition is caught early.

Once the scarring sets in, however, there are few options for hair regrowth, meaning potentially permanent hair loss, though surgical intervention in the form of a hair transplant may be possible.

This is decided very much on a case by case basis given the many variables involved, including the extent of the scalp that is affected, the amount and quality of donor hair the patient has, and whether the scalp is likely to respond well to the new grafts.

Anyone concerned about unusual levels or patterns of hair loss should consult a specialist in order to obtain a timely diagnosis. It is the case with most hair loss conditions that, the earlier the better when starting treatment. Therefore, finding out what you are dealing with as quickly as possible gives you time to explore your options before deciding on the one you feel most comfortable with.


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: Aarav

Question: Does emu oil make hair loss medication work better when I apply to scalp? Please tell me.

Answer: Hi, Aarav. We understand that this is a popular internet rumour based – we presume – on emu oil’s alleged anti-inflammatory properties, but there is no clinical evidence to support this theory.

Furthermore, according to Medical News Today, there have been reports of emu oil causing irritation when it is applied directly to the skin.

emu oil

The purpose of applying oil to the scalp or hair is to nourish and moisturise it – it can help the condition of existing hair, but it cannot treat or prevent a hair loss condition – this is the job of clinically-proven hair loss treatments.

Contrary to helping hair loss treatment to be more effective, in some cases using emu oil or any other hair oil can actually dilute the topically-applied MHRA-licensed and FDA-approved hair loss solution, high strength minoxidil. This may make it less effective.

If you are using a hair oil as well as topical hair loss solutions, it is wise to apply the oil at least an hour after applying minoxidil.

There is no reliable medical evidence regarding the use of emu oil for hair growth or hair care and the quality of the oil depends on how well the emus are raised. This, in turn, can mean the better quality oils are higher in price, and cheaper versions may be of inferior quality.

There are many more affordable and widely suitable scalp and hair oil options, including coconut oil, argan oil and castor oil, it is just important to be mindful of how and when you use them. Not to mention being mindful of the fact that whichever one you use, hair oil is essentially used as a haircare product – not a hair loss treatment or medication.

If you are looking to enhance your current hair regimen, there are a number of steps you can take. One of these is to consider adding appropriate hair growth supporting products to your regime in addition to the authorised medications.

These include FDA-cleared low level laser therapy (LLLT) devices, such as the HairMax LaserComb or LaserBand, which are painless ways to stimulate follicles in order to promote strong hair as well as hair growth.

The one-a-day food supplement Hair Vitalics for Men has also been developed exclusively by Belgravia hair specialists for the maintenance of normal, healthy hair growth. The highly-targeted formula contains a number of key vitamins, minerals, amino acids and botanical extracts, including biotin, zinc and selenium.

If you are unsure as to which options may be open to you, or would like personalised advice as to which may be most suited to you based on your current treatment routine, condition, level and pattern of shedding, and medical profile, a consultation with a hair loss specialist should provide the answers you are looking for.


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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.

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At first glance, the news that a treatment for hair loss caused by regularly wearing the hair in a ponytail, is to become available in China would seem to be good news.

This shedding, which is often concentrated around the hairline and temples, is caused when excessive strain is repeatedly placed on the hair follicles. It is known as Traction Alopecia and, in extreme circumstances, can cause permanent hair loss.

On closer inspection of information regarding this novel, topical hair loss solution – marketed as a treatment for Traction Alopecia – all may not be quite as it first seems.

Preventing hair loss

Thinning Hair - Thin Ponytail - Women's Hair Loss

Details provided in a 12th February 2019 Applied Biology press release state that the innovation, created by the Hairmore Group and newly licensed to Applied Biology for sale in China, states that the company’s scientists “discovered a novel TAAR receptor agonist that when applied to scalp reduces the force exerted by the ponytail on hair follicles; thus reduces the likelihood of development of ponytail alopecia“.

It also advises, “While cessation of styling the hair in a ponytail avoids the development of this condition, a large majority of Chinese women continue to wear a ponytail hair style; thus, a prophylactic treatment that prevents the development of ponytail induced alopecia is of great clinical importance“.

As such, the product seems to be designed to help prevent this very specific type of hair loss by supporting the follicle to better keep it in place, rather than to actually promote hair regrowth in cases of Traction Alopecia.

If this is the case, it does not appear to address cases where there is existing hairloss. Rather it is something of a preventative measure than a ‘treatment’.

Numerous other problematic hairstyles

It is interesting that this new solution is only aimed at Traction Alopecia when it is caused by wearing ponytails too frequently.

There are many problematic hairstyles which can cause this hair loss condition, including wearing hair extensions or tight hairstyles such as braids. However, the reason for concentrating exclusively on women who wear their hair in a ponytail may be two-fold.

Firstly, the information provided in the official press release explains the potential audience they are targeting the product to, “A recent study conduct by Dr. Goren et al. demonstrated, that approximately 79% of women wearing a ponytail hair style four or more times per week for a period of at least ten years are at high risk for developing ponytail induced alopecia“.

Secondly, as Belgravia hair loss specialist, Rali Bozhinova notes, “Ponytails do not apply as much tension to the follicles as braiding or extensions.”

Additionally, Belgravia superintendent pharmacist prescriber, Christina Chikaher, points out that preventing hair loss from tension exerted by a ponytail would be tricky whilst the person affected is still repeatedly wearing the hairstyle causing the issue – something the company seems to allow alongside use of its product.

As long as the traction force is still being exerted – in this case, the repeated wearing of the hair in a ponytail – the only way to stop the traction is to change the hairstyle and remove this source of tension. At Belgravia we always recommend Traction Alopecia treatment clients with tight hairstyles, or hair extensions that are causing or significantly contributing to their hair loss, remove them or at the very least reduce the frequency with which they wear the problematic styles in order to assist their recovery.”

Whilst there does seem to be a lack of clarity surrounding this new hair loss product, we very much look forward to seeing how women in China respond.

For people who regularly wear tight hairstyles or extensions who are currently concerned about thinning edges or shedding around their hairline, the first step is – as Christina advises – to abandon any hairstyle that involves tension. This includes taut buns, high ponytails, braids and plaits, as well as extensions or weaves.

Wear the hair naturally to remove the source of tension then consult a specialist hair loss clinic where a professional diagnosis can be made and a personalised course of treatments and hair growth supporting products can be recommended.


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 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.

When it comes to treating genetic hair loss, the medication finasteride has only been prescribed to medically-suitable men aged 18 and over.

It is one of only two clinically-proven, MHRA-licensed and FDA-approved treatments for Male Pattern Baldness when prescribed in 1mg per day oral doses.

Its purpose is to inhibit the formation of the testosterone by-product dihydrostestosterone (DHT). In cases of androgenetic alopecia, this protein binds to the hair follicles located along the top of the scalp, from crown to hairline and temples, causing thinning hair and hair loss.

Recently, however, its applications in relation to women’s hair loss have become an area of great interest. Numerous studies have been, and continue to investigate whether oral or topical finasteride may benefit women with hair disorders, particularly those with Female Pattern Hair Loss.

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The International Journal of Dermatology published a report on 3rd January 2019 detailing the findings of researchers from the University of California’s Department of Dermatology who carried out a systematic review of the efficacy and use of finasteride in women.

Efficacy and use ‘varies widely’ for women

Study authors Allison Hu, Lance Chapman MD and Natasha Mesinkova MD, noted the reason for this review of current uses of finasteride for women, as follows:

“Physicians are beginning to use finasteride as treatment for hair loss, hirsutism, and various other dermatologic conditions in women. However, the reported efficacy and use of finasteride in the female population varies widely. The purpose of this study is therefore to better define the efficacy and use of finasteride in women and identify research gaps that require further investigation.”

The systematic review took in literature from January 1997 to July 2017 inclusive, which comprised 65 studies into finasteride for women, involving a total of 2,683 participants.

The Irvine-based team found that almost half of all randomised controlled trials (48.7 per cent) involved exploring finasteride as a treatment for excessive hair growth (hirsutism) in women. At 34.7 per cent, the next most common RCTs used finasteride to treat Female Pattern Hair Loss.

Additional research was shown to have considered the potential of finasteride as a treatment for various other hair loss conditions. These included Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia, the autoimmune disorder Alopecia Areata, and Lichen Planopilaris; these studies were not supported by actual clinical trials.

In terms of administration, dosing and the duration of treatment, it was noted that these varied considerably across the board: “Overall, doses of oral finasteride ranged from 0.5 to 5 mg/day, in females aged 6–88, over a duration of 6–12 months (57.6%), as monotherapy (88.9%), and for continuous use (96.4%).”

Whilst the Californian team found that finasteride may have a positive effect when used to treat Female Pattern Hair Loss and Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia, due to the varying doses, durations and array of conditions being studied, they made clear that far more investigation was still necessary to find the safest, most effective way to administer finasteride therapy, and to whom.

Current women’s hair loss treatment options

Finasteride is not currently available for prescription to women in topical nor oral forms in the UK. The only women’s hair loss treatment that is currently authorised by both the UK and USA’s medical regulatory bodies – the MHRA and FDA – is the topical product high strength minoxidil.

This vasodilator comes in a range of formulations, all of which are applied directly to the scalp where needed, either once or twice daily as directed, in order to encourage hair growth in cases of Female Pattern Hair Loss.

It can be used alone or in conjunction with appropriate hair growth supporting products. These include low-level laser therapy (LLLT) delivered by FDA-cleared devices such as the HairMax LaserComb or LaserBand, which is an ergonomic aid that stimulates the follicles. Highly-targeted food supplements, such as Hair Vitalics for Women which contains an exclusive blend of nutrients, including biotin, zinc and selenium for the maintenance of normal healthy hair growth, may also be used alongside pharmaceutical treatment.

Anyone who has noticed hair thinning or a drop in the volume of their hair – often noticeable as an increasingly wide parting and/or ponytails feeling thinner than normal – who is worried about losing their hair now should consult a specialist.

A consultation with an expert from a dedicated hair loss clinic – whether in-person or online – can be a simple way to gain a diagnosis, professional advice and personalised treatment recommendations for consideration.

At present [February 2019], Belgravia does not offer finasteride to women due to its current experimental uses and lack of official MHRA and FDA authorisations. However, we are keeping abreast of all relevant trials and research and will publish updates here on our hair loss blog as and when these become available.


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: Malia

Question: I am losing my hair after curling it for nine months. Is this type of hair loss permanent or temporary? And what is the best treatment for this?

Answer: Hi, Malia. It’s unclear from your query whether you have had a perm or been using heated curling tongs to create the hairstyle you believe has caused your shedding.

The type of hair loss you are experiencing is likely to differ depending on which of these two styling methods you used.

Perming solutions involve harsh chemicals being applied to the hair from close to the roots, all the way to the tips. There are a number of pitfalls to be wary of when getting a perm or doing it yourself at home, with regards hair loss and damaged hair. These include ensuring the solution is properly diluted so that it is the correct strength, and making sure it is left on for the appropriate amount of time. Too strong or too long leaves the door open for chemical trauma, where the hair is effectively burnt off at the roots. This can cause permanent hair loss if the follicles have been badly damaged, however, in the majority of mild to moderate instances, it should be temporary.

Hair breakage, whilst not a hair loss condition as such given it involves weakened hair snapping along the shaft, rather than affecting the follicles, is common following regular heat-styling and/or chemical hair treatments.

The regular application of heat – especially if the hair has not been fully dried beforehand – or the too-frequent use of perming solution (or other chemicals, including bleach) can dry out and damage the hair, leaving it so weak that it snaps in two. This can leave behind frazzled strands that look like thinning hair.

If the damaged hair has not affected the follicles, your hairdresser should be able to help by giving you a haircut that gets rid of any damaged ends and blends in shorter, broken strands. If the damage is mild to moderate then dusting, a technique which removes the tiniest amount of hair possible, or layering, plus some TLC in terms of haircare – a course of intensive conditioning and strengthening treatments such as Olaplex, may be beneficial. Again, your hairdresser should be able to recommend appropriate solutions for damaged hair based on your hair type and its condition.

Where the damage is extensive and/or there is hair loss – whether in patches, diffuse thinning from all over the scalp or a general drop in your hair’s overall volume – a consultation with an expert from a specialist hair loss clinic would most likely prove useful.

They will be able to assess your scalp – either in person, one-to-one, or via an online consultation with uploaded photos – and explain their recommendations for suitable hair loss treatments and any supplementary hair growth supporting products, where appropriate, based on their findings and your medical profile.

In the meantime, the first thing you should do is stop curling your hair, avoid heat and chemical styling, avoid tying your hair back too tightly, and add good quality shampoo and conditioner products tailored to damaged hair into your haircare routine.


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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(Results may vary and are not guaranteed)

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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.