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As we kick off 2020, we take a look back at some of Belgravia’s most popular blog articles from the past decade, from 2009 to 2019, in no particular order…
This story, from February 2018, detailed how a chemical found in McDonald’s french fries played an important role in a technique trialled for mass-producing hair follicle germs, from which to regrow hair. The discovery is still being developed and has potential applications for a number of hair loss conditions, including androgenetic alopecia in men and women, Cicatricial Alopecia and Alopecia Areata. Sadly, it does not involve eating any chips.
An update from December 2018 which outlined the latest information regarding a new, Italian hair loss product – known as both Trinov and Professor Brotzu Lotion, which claimed to treat Male Pattern Baldness.
A Summer 2018 update on where the hotly anticipated Replicel/Shiseido hair loss treatment for Male and Female Pattern Hair Loss was in its development process. The injectable hair loss solution was initially expected to be made available in 2015 but Replicel seemed to suggest Shiseido may have caused delays to the still unreleased product.
This article reported the findings of a 2017 study which explained how a rare condition known as cblC can stop people processing vitamin B12, leading to severe health problems, thinning hair and hair fall.
One of the 2010’s most popular hairlossANSWERS article concerned the only oral Male Pattern Hair Loss Treatment to be clinically-proven, MHRA-licensed and FDA-approved – finasteride 1mg. A thorough answer to this blog reader’s query about the proper use of this DHT-inhibitor was provided by Belgravia superintendent trichologist, Rali Bozhinova.
The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) announced the change in terminology relating to FUE hair transplant surgery in early 2018. Instead of standing for Follicular Unit ‘Extraction’, it was advised that this would stand for Follicular Unit ‘Excision’ from now on.
A constant favourite, Belgravia’s instructions on how to apply minoxidil – the only MHRA-licensed and FDA-approved hair loss treatment which can be used by both men and women – are clear, concise and easy to follow, no matter which formulation of this topical hair loss solution, you use.
Written in 2009 but still as relevant as ever, this article provides the facts of the matter regarding one of Belgravia’s most frequently asked hairloss questions, from men at least: does masturbation cause hair loss (spoiler: it doesn’t, or is at least incredibly unlikely).
A self-explanatory article from 2009 details the key signs of Male Pattern Baldness and Female Pattern Hair Loss, so readers worried they may be losing their hair, know what to look out for.
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