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Diffused Hair loss

Treatment for Diffused Hair loss

Hair is often described as our 'crowning glory', and the idea of thick, luscious locks is regularly portrayed as attractive in the media, but what happens when a person suffers hair loss through stress, illness or nutrition?

Diffused hair loss can leave hair thin and patchy, leaving areas of the scalp exposed. Not only can this change a sufferer's appearance, but it can also include physical symptoms including a sore, dry scalp ­ and emotional issues as sufferers loose confidence.

Diffused hair loss can affect males and females at any time of their lives, hair loss can be caused by numerous factors from emotional stress to nutritional deficiencies and endocrine imbalances.

Losing hair can be very stressful for any individual, leaving them with low confidence and self­esteem, therefore further exacerbating the underlying issues.

Diffused hairloss

Try non-surgical hair loss treatment for diffused hair loss

Our treatment for diffused hair loss can provide an effective solution, helping to restore the look of natural hair, and in turn, your confidence. The treatment involves replicating the look of real shaven hair by depositing tiny pigments into the dermal layer of the skin.

If you decide to undertake Non-Surgical Hair Loss Treatment as a means of treatment for your diffused hair loss, you'll be booked in on a day which is exclusive to you. We never book in two clients on the same day to allow us to give all of our time, meaning you'll receive the full attention of the technician, and full discretion allowing you to relax before, during and after the procedure.

Whether your diffused hair loss is a recent issue, or you've battled with the condition for years, we're here to help. Book yourself in today for a free consultation. Please note: With diffused hair loss it is important that the underlying issue causing the hair loss is treated separately. Treatment should be sought by the client.

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