In this blog, we answer some common questions about the innovative non-surgical hair restoration solution, Micro Scalp Pigmentation (MSP).
In this blog, we answer five of the most common questions about Vinci Hair Clinic’s Micro Scalp Pigmentation (MSP) treatment for hair loss.
Pattern baldness is a common hair loss condition that many women develop as they age. Read on to learn more about it and find out which treatments are recommended by hair restoration experts.
According to the Lupus Foundation of America, an estimated 5 million people worldwide have the condition. In this blog, we examine its links with hair loss.
Around 2% of the world’s population will develop alopecia areata at some stage in their life. In this blog, we take a closer look at the hair loss condition.
Micro Scalp Pigmentation (MSP) is an increasingly popular hair loss treatment. In this blog, we explain what MSP is and look at how it is being used to treat different hair loss problems.
If you are looking for ways to make your thinning hair more voluminous, you’ve come to the right place. In this blog, we share four easy hacks that will help you to achieve a look of thicker hair without fuss.
When choosing a hair loss treatment, it is natural that the cost will come into consideration. You might find yourself asking “Can I afford a hair transplant?” or “Is minoxidil expensive?” Read on to find out more about choosing the right hair restoration solution to match your budget.
Baldness is often associated with old age, so it is not surprising that losing your hair in your 20s can be an upsetting experience. In this blog, we tell you what you can do about it.
Alopecia areata is a type of hair loss that affects millions of men and women worldwide. In this blog, we explain what causes the condition and how an innovative “hair tattoo” technique is helping sufferers to get their hair back.
There are so many different approaches to hair restoration that it can be difficult to decide which you should try first. To help you choose, we’re highlighting five of the best treatments for hair loss.
“What can I do about my receding hairline?” is one of the most common questions that men ask the specialists at Vinci Hair Clinic. In this blog, we discuss what causes hairline thinning and guide you through the treatments that can help you get yours back.
It is obvious to those working in the hair restoration field that the genes that cause baldness are evolving and becoming active in younger men. The British Royal family is a living example of how baldness genes are becoming increasingly powerful.
Many men associate going bald with getting old, but hair loss problems are not restricted to the more mature gent – they can happen at any age. In this blog, we answer some common questions about hair loss in younger men.
With thousands (if not millions) of hair loss remedies available, it’s difficult to know which will really help you to regrow your hair and which won’t. To it easier to choose, we’ve put together this list of the top five best non-surgical hair restoration treatments.
Learn about Vinci Hair Clinic’s innovative Long Hair Micro Scalp Pigmentation treatment and how it could help you to achieve a look of improved hair density without the need for surgery.
Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder. It causes the body to see the hair follicles as foreign bodies and attack them, causing the hair to fall out. There is some evidence that it is partially hereditary so you may be at higher risk if others in your family have the condition. It can occur in males and females of any age but is more likely to develop before the age of 30.
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.
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.
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.