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Hair Loss & Thinning

Discover the leading causes of hair loss and our natural alternative to restoring your follicles.

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Our Hair Has A Huge Impact On Our Confidence

While it is totally normal to lose a small amount of hair each day, if this becomes noticeable, it can begin to have an immense impact on self-esteem. In some cases, hair loss or thinning can be temporary, caused by a short-term trigger, and will regrow with time. For others, baldness simply runs in the family and is an inevitable part of growing older.

While in the past, the only solution to hair loss and thinning was to go under the knife for a transplant, this is no longer the case. It is possible to revitalise your hair follicles and restore your confidence naturally.

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Introducing Our Non-Surgical Hair Loss Treatment

At our cosmetic clinic in Milton Keynes, we champion the use of natural, minimally invasive treatments to boost our client’s confidence. Our advanced hair loss treatment utilises the nutrient-rich healing power of your own blood plasma (PRP) to stimulate growth. With only two to three treatments required, this PRP hair restoration treatment promotes a fuller, healthier head of hair with no need for surgery.

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What Causes Hair Loss & Thinning?

Everyone is different, so understanding the reason behind hair loss and thinning is the first step to determining a resolution. As a medical-led clinic, we have put together some of the most common causes:

Inherited Genes

Pattern baldness is the most common cause of hair loss and is solely down to inherited genes. For men, the first sign is a receding hairline and bald spot at the top of the head; for women, the hair begins to thin.

Age

It is possible for the follicles to stop growing hair over time, which means that age is another factor that causes thinning. If noticed early, treatments can be used to kickstart the follicles and regrow hair. .

Medical Conditions

A wealth of health conditions may impact hair growth, from alopecia areata to scalp psoriasis. Those undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment will also experience quick hair loss.

Stress

Stress can impact the body in many ways, but one symptom that often goes unrecognised is hair loss.

Hormonal Imbalance

Another trigger of hair loss that many are unaware of is hormonal imbalance. Although the most common cause is polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), birth control pills can also be a factor.