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Pharma Aesthetics is renowned for its hair loss centre with an in-house registered trichologist

Scalp hair serves a few functions on the human head. Of these functions, the impartation of beauty especially in the women comes important. Unfortunately, some people inevitably lose some hair which to many is an unpalatable experience to live with. Others will suffer scalp problems, making it difficult for hair to thrive. There are different causes for hair loss and scalp problems. At Pharma Aesthetics, we have the solution to hair loss problem. This is why our registered clinical trichologist will not only help with his initial consultation to diagnose the problem, he will proffer treatment solution. He is not just a qualified trichologist but inclusively a clinican who carries out root cause clinically and then progresses into treatment and management for visible result.

Potential Causes of Hair loss

For Men and Women

Hair loss Treatment

Hair loss is a common issue that affects both men and women. In the UK, around 2 million people are suffering from hair loss. Men are more likely to suffer from hair loss than women.

The Hair Loss Centre in Essex is a clinic that offers a range of treatments for hair loss including medication, laser treatment and surgery. They also offer advice on how to deal with hair loss and can even provide you with a wig if you need one.

The Hair Loss Centre in Essex offers treatments for both men and women suffering from hair loss, which makes it the perfect place for anyone looking for help with their condition.

Hair Loss Centre

Causes of hair loss

Hair loss can be caused by a variety of factors. It’s possible that the cause of your hair loss will affect whether your hair:

  • Comes out gradually or suddenly
  • Can regrow on its own.
  • Treatment is required.
  • Needs urgent treatment to avoid permanent loss
  • Thins

Frequently Asked Questions

This form of hair loss affects both men and women and is the most frequent cause of hair loss globally. Male pattern hair loss is a term used to describe hair loss in males. Female pattern baldness is a condition that affects women. Androgenic alopecia is the medical name for hair loss that occurs in both men and women.

Whatever title you pick, it implies you’ve inherited genes that cause your hair follicles (the root of each hair) to shrink and finally cease producing hair. Shrinking can start as early as your adolescent years, although it generally happens later in life.

The first indication of genetic hair loss in women is frequently thinning hair or a widening part.

Alopecia areata is a condition in which the immune system assaults the hair follicles (which hold the hair in place) and causes hair loss. Hair loss can occur anywhere on the body, including the scalp, within the nose, and in the ears. Eyelashes and brows can be lost in certain persons.

Is it possible to re-grow?

Yes. If your hair doesn’t regenerate on its own, therapy might be able to assist.

You may lose all (or most) of your hair within a few weeks of commencing chemotherapy or radiation treatment for your head or neck.

Is it possible to re-grow?
Within months of finishing chemotherapy or radiation treatments to the head or neck, hair normally begins to return. Dermatologists can prescribe medicines to help hair regrow faster.

Is it something that can be avoided?
Hair loss can be prevented by using a cooling cap before, during, and after each chemotherapy treatment.

You may notice a lot more hairs in your brush or on your pillow a few months after giving birth, recuperating from a sickness, or having a surgery. This can also occur following a traumatic event in your life, such as a divorce or the loss of a loved one.

Is it possible to re-grow?
Your body will readjust and the excessive shedding will stop if the tension is relieved. Most people’s hair returns to normal fullness within 6 to 9 months after the shedding stops.

You may be harming your hair if you dye, perm, or relax it. Hair loss might occur as a result of this damage over time.

Is it possible to re-grow?
You can avoid hair loss by changing how you care for your hair. Hair cannot develop from a hair follicle that has been damaged. Permanent bald patches are caused by a large number of damaged hair follicles.

Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a typical source of this imbalance (PCOS). It causes cysts to form on a woman’s ovaries, as well as other signs and symptoms such as hair loss. Some forms of birth control tablets might produce a temporary hormonal imbalance if you stop using them. A hormonal imbalance can cause thinning hair (or hair loss) on the scalp in women.

Is it possible to re-grow?
Treatment may be beneficial.

Hair Loss Treatment For Men and Women

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