Hair loss is not a new problem. Doctors, scientists and other experts have been searching for a remedy for years. Despite the thousands of hours and dollars invested in research into baldness, there is still no cure.
John, a 35-year-old entrepreneur from Oxford, recently visited Vinci Hair Clinic for a consultation about his hair loss. He had heard about PRP treatment and was interested in finding out more. John invited us to take a seat and listen to his discussion with one of Vinci’s experts.
The condition and density of your hair can tell you a lot about your health. We look at three common changes in hair quality and the conditions that they could be warning you about.
Hormones are chemical messengers that are used by the body to manage many cell and organ activities. At different stages in our lifetimes, hormone levels can alter and these fluctuations can contribute to hair loss.
Going bald is something that most men dread. It makes you look older, changing the way you feel about yourself and how others perceive you. However, if you think that once you’ve lost your hair, you can never get it back – you’re mistaken. One solution which is highly effective in stopping the progression of male pattern baldness, and even regrowing lost hair, is finasteride.
If you’ve noticed that you are shedding more hair than usual lately, don’t panic. It is likely due to natural cycles of seasonal hair loss.
Are you concerned about how much hair you shed each day? Here are 5 signs to look out for to help you decide whether you are losing too much hair or not.
Our hair and the way we chose to style it is an important part of who we are and how we express our personality to the world. When it starts to fall out it is often a devastating experience. Your once crowning glory is no longer frames your face as it once did and this can take a real toll on your self-confidence.
Following the announcement of Prince Harry’s engagement to Meghan Markle in November 2017, the British tabloid press went wild. Though most of the speculations focused on when the big day would take place, there were also many discussions about the state of the 33-year-old prince’s hair. We can only sympathise with Harry – it is difficult enough being a hair loss sufferer, without the whole world talking about whether you’ll be bald for your wedding.
As social media pages like Instagram and Pinterest become increasingly popular, a new trend has emerged. Individuals from all over the world are setting themselves up as “social media sellers” and marketing a range of products claiming to treat hair loss. Their adverts may be tempting, but is it really safe to buy hair restoration products through social media?
Did you know that it isn’t only stress and genetics that influence female hair loss? Some of the other factors that can cause women to lose their hair include using hot styling tools, wearing tightly fixed hairstyles and following strict diets.
Shopping for grooming products to prevent male hair loss can be confusing. There are a vast array of shampoos, conditioners, serums and gels available that promise to stop your hair falling out and it is hard to know which one to buy. Don’t waste your money on lotions and potions that don’t work – read on to discover which men’s hair products are best at stopping balding.
Do you want to know how to make your hair grow faster? Read on to find out the facts about hair growth and learn 3 expert tips for a stronger and healthier mane.
Are you getting enough minerals? According to nutritional experts, many adults are consistently failing to consume the recommended daily amount of minerals such as zinc and copper. This means that many of us are deficient in these essential micro-nutrients.
We asked the specialists at Vinci Hair Clinic to share their expertise and answer some more frequently asked questions about hair loss prevention and treatment.
If your hair is starting to get thinner or your hairline is gradually creeping higher, you are probably wondering why you are losing your hair and what you can do to get it back. Keep reading to discover the answers to both of these questions.
In the field of hair restoration, specialists around the world are constantly researching to find new and better ways to treat hair loss. One recently published study from Australia has revealed a potential new medicinal combination that could be helpful for women with androgenetic alopecia.
As the most common cause of hair loss in men, male pattern baldness aka androgenetic alopecia is a condition that few escape. It starts with thinning at the temples and develops with a receding hairline and shedding from the crown. Those affected end up bald on top with some hair at the sides and back. This type of hair loss can be particularly upsetting and men experiencing it often ask “Is male pattern baldness reversible?”
Androgenetic alopecia is the most common reason that men lose their hair. However, it would be a mistake to think that this condition is only cause of male baldness – medication, immune system disorders, the seasons and even stress can also be to blame.
Over the last few months or years, you’ve noticed that your other half’s hair is thinning or that their hairline getting progressively higher. Perhaps you’ve also observed that he or she always wears hats or avoids social events. You know that hair loss is becoming a problem for your partner – but what can you do about it?