MSP was developed by Vinci Hair Clinic as a solution suited to people who are not good candidates for hair transplants and those who prefer not to have surgery.
Hair transplant surgery is a hair restoration treatment that is growing in popularity with every year that passes. However, going ahead with the surgery is not a decision to be taken lightly.
Scalp micro pigmentation (SMP) is one of the most innovative hair restoration treatments available and an increasingly popular choice for balding men. As consumer desire for the service grows, so does the number of businesses offering it. Unfortunately, this is where problems can arise.
When it comes to getting help with hair loss, some of the world’s top sports stars are leaders of the pack
Seeing a model with alopecia talking openly about her condition is heartening for the many other women out there who are experiencing hair loss. But, while some will doubtless be inspired by Jeana’s bald and beautiful scalp, it is not a style will appeal to everyone.
Even before businessman Donald Trump became the President of the United States of America, his somewhat strange hairstyle often attracted attention.
While hair transplants and scalp micro pigmentation are often the first options that come to mind when thinking of hair restoration treatment, there are other alternatives. One of these is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment.
Asda Pharmacy recently asked men (aged between 18 and 65) in Hampshire, UK about their experiences with hair loss. The results of the survey showed that despite 45% of men in the English county being concerned about hair loss, an astonishing 84% have yet to seek help with their condition.
Hair loss is a problem that is shared by more women than you might realise. Experts estimate that between 40 – 50% of females will experience noticeable thinning by the time they reach their 40s.
There are a wide range of factors that can contribute to hair loss, from dietary deficiencies and stress to hormonal changes and prescription medication. However, unusual hair loss can also be a symptom of a more serious underlying health condition. Hodgkin's Lymphoma Hodgkin's lymphoma is a type of cancer. It develops in the lymphatic system…
Trends for eyebrow styling come and go. In 2017 alone, we saw everything from the untamed bushy look, as sported by actress/model Cara Delevingne, to the less flattering wavy brow look. Trying out these different approaches to eyebrow grooming can be fun, but unfortunately, for many women, it is simply impossible.
Finding an effective treatment for thinning hair doesn’t have to be a long and tedious battle.
Although one in four women experience hair loss at some time in their life, it is, unfortunately, still a subject that many feel uncomfortable talking about.
A recent study of 50,000 American men uncovered hair loss as being one of the most feared signs of the ageing process.
As medical and scientific knowledge has grown, improved options for hair restoration have emerged, giving hope to hair loss sufferers around the world.
For those patients who do opt for hair transplants, there are two main techniques in use. FUE and FUT transplants use different extraction methods to obtain hair from the donor area.
For those who are noticing the first signs of pattern balding, treatments can be beneficial. The FDA approved medications minoxidil and finasteride are very effective and can prevent hair loss from progressing.
Vinci Hair Clinic’s specialists are seeing more female patients than ever, and are delighted that these women are seeking help instead of hiding their hair loss worries.
Vinci Hair Clinic, international specialists and pioneers in hair restoration, say that the answer is no. Though the numbers of men and women seeking treatment are increasing with every year that passes, Vinci’s consultants explain that this is due to a change in attitudes to hair loss.
Androgenic alopecia is also called male pattern baldness. It is a hereditary condition that is experienced by around 50% of men before they hit their 50s.