Hair loss is very common yet its causes remain somewhat mysterious. Even after decades of scientific studies, a true cure has still not been found. We may be one step closer to putting an end to baldness forever though, thanks to a new discovery by researchers in New York City.
Vinci Hair Clinic’s brand ambassador Paul Oliver recently took part in a discussion with Mark Stephen Pooler on the Brilliance Business radio show.
Could working too hard take a toll on your hair? We look at the findings from a recent study that suggests that hair loss may be triggered by too many hours on the job.
Although the effects of air pollution on our general health have long been recognised, it is only recently that its impact on our hair has been studied. We take a look at the latest research and discuss ways to protect your hair from pollution damage.
Could wearing a hat help you to get your lost hair back? Read on to find out about the latest wearable technology innovations and how they could help you to beat baldness.
In this blog, we cover the latest celebrity hair loss and hair restoration news.
With over 40 locations across the globe, Vinci Hair Clinics are renowned as leaders and innovators in the hair restoration industry. The company’s forward-thinking attitude and desire to deliver the best possible service extends far beyond providing state of the art hair loss treatments though. This is exemplified by their decision to accept payments of the digital currency Bitcoin.
Hair loss can happen to anyone, as these stories from the celebrity world prove.
The popular Korean dish kimchi has recently garnered international attention after researchers reported that it could hold the secret to curing hair loss. In this blog, we take a closer look at their findings.
Around the world, scientists and doctors work tirelessly to advance hair restoration techniques. In this blog, we summarise some of the latest developments.
Did you know that there is a link between popular African-American hairstyling techniques and the hair loss condition traction alopecia?
In this blog, we round-up the latest news about celebrities and their hair loss experiences.
A recent study has shown that oral minoxidil could be an effective treatment for male pattern baldness. In this blog, we take a closer look at the new findings.
American hip-hop artist Tyga recently got caught in the cross-fire when Nikka Minaj started trading insults with ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels on Twitter. Tyga has never discussed his hair transplant before but responded by opening up when Nikki referred to him having the treatment.
Anton Du Beke is a talented ballroom dancer who lives his life in the spotlight, so it came as a surprise to many fans when he recently revealed that he had been suffering from confidence issues. The reason? He had been experiencing hair loss.
Although attitudes to hair loss have come a long way, it can still be a difficult topic to talk about. One artist is trying to change that with a new exhibition focused on the issue of traction alopecia amongst women with Afro-hair.
A recent study into stem cell growth may help to improve future hair loss treatments. A team of researchers led by Karl Koehler at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, USA have discovered a new way to grow skin, complete with hair, from stem cells.
Fans of the reality TV show The Only Way is Essex (TOWIE) were surprised when one of the stars recently showed off a major appearance transformation. Bobby Norris, who joined the show in its fourth season, is now sporting much thicker-looking beard growth than he has in the past.
While the most common cause of hair loss in men is androgenetic alopecia, stress can also take its toll – as actor Jack P Shepherd recently revealed to fans.
Over the last few years, it’s becoming increasingly common for sports-stars and celebrities to have hair restoration work done. Some of the famous names who’ve had hair transplant surgery, and talked to the press about it, include Wayne Rooney and Shane Warne.