Patches of hair loss

Patches of hair loss (alopecia areta) 

Alopecia Areta is an autoimmune disease where the immune system mistakenly attacks the hair follicles causing patches of hair loss. This type of hair loss is not always permanent and hair may regrow in places for some people, however, if the condition has developed into another form of Alopecia the chances of regrowth will decrease. 

Although the exact cause of this type of hair loss is often unknown, many people who experience it will have a history of family members who have also suffered with the condition. Many clients who visit us with this condition want to know how their hair is likely to progress. Our experts can monitor their hair and inform them of what type of treatment may be required. 

Below is an example of a female client who was experiencing patches of hair loss on the back of her head. She was expertly diagnosed and put onto our IHS laser therapy programme, which helped her hair to regrow. Once her hair had grown to its full density she began leading a life without hair loss medication. To find out more about our Laser Therapy treatment programmes click here.

If you think you may be experiencing hair loss, then please give one of our friendly team a call for an informal chat. We are more than happy to meet with you for a free consultation or if you are unable to make it to one of our studios, we can arrange a phone consultation. Majority of our staff have experienced hair loss, which has been treated by us, so we understand how you may feel.  


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