Author: BC Writer
According to the News of the World tabloid newspaper, former glamour-model Katie Price, also known as Jordan, has allegedly developed several bald patches.
Ms. Price’s spokesperson stated: “Katie has lost some hair after an unfortunate situation with a hairdresser in the States.” However, it’s likely the problem is more extensive than that, as years of peroxide and extensions have begun to take their toll.
Relentless dyeing and bleaching, as well as hair extensions weighing 3 times the recommended amount, have made Jordan’s hair dry and weak, according to the Daily Mail, which also ran a story about Katie Price’s hair loss. This ‘over-styling’ has allegedly caused Ms. Price’s hair to begin thinning, with bald patches starting to appear.
The distraught celebrity is by no means the first to suffer from female hair loss, with plenty of women, famous and otherwise, bleaching their hair regularly. Thankfully, this damage is reversible to some extent. The hair can sometimes be restored if it is allowed to return to its natural colour, thereby replenishing the moisture that was removed by the peroxide chemical in bleach.
Traction Alopecia is also a risk for women who tug on their hair follicles by constantly styling or tying back their hair. The hair extensions that Jordan famously wears carry a real risk of Traction Alopecia when used over a sustained period of time.
Female hair loss treatments
Katie Price is alleged to have spent more than £50,000 on hair loss treatments, with less than ideal results. Happily, The Belgravia Centre offers bespoke hair loss treatments which have an impressive track record of success – at a much more affordable level.
The only scientifically proven treatment for female hair loss is Minoxidil, which comes in a range of strengths. The experts at our in-house pharmacy determine the appropriate strength for each client. Minoxidil is licensed by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) in the UK. It is also approved by the American equivalent, the FDA.
Minoxidil is best used as part of a bespoke hair loss treatment programme, which may also include hair growth boosters, such as our Hair Vitalics supplement, and the LaserComb, which can help to promote hair loss stabilisation and hair re-growth.
If you are worried about hair loss, please contact The Belgravia Centre for a free face-to-face meeting with one of our hair loss experts, in order to determine the best treatment for your individual circumstances. If you are not local to our London hair loss clinic, you are invited to fill out our online diagnostic form instead.