Gossip Hair Loss Solutions

FEMALE INTEGRATION TOPPER

Customised hair system made specifically to each individual head shape
which covers the crown and recession areas giving a realistic and natural
hairline. This system can be attached in several different ways to fit in with a client’s lifestyle and budget.


Prices start from £800

VOLUMISER SYSTEM

This system is very popular and used in most hair loss clinics. This system is great for clients who suffer from Alopecia Areata, Alopecia, and Trichotillomania etc. This system uses a fine medical grade mesh which is
integrated with the clientele’s hair so it is customised to their head shape and then hair is attached to cover the area of hair loss. The system can be
shampooed and condition and treated just like your own hair.

Price £600- £1200

Both systems require maintenance every 4-6 weeks and realignment after 6 months
Maintenance From £60
Re-alignment From £400


Due to the sensitivity surrounding hair loss we are happy to offer a mobile
service in the comfort of your own home. A Private room is also available in our salon. Full instructions for maintenance of your desired choice of systems will be given by your stylist.

Hair loss is a very common issue and affects many. There a several different types of hair loss along with many different contributing factors. If you are
losing hair by thinning or your hair falling out this could be due to hereditary or even stress along with many other factors. Listed are different types of hair loss and useful information about them.

Androgenetic Alopecia

This is where hair loss occurs due to genetics so it is hereditary and can come from either side of a family.
This is actually the most common type of hair loss which is better known as male or female pattern baldness. The main reason for this form of hair loss is down to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which attacks the hair follicles and causes hair loss.

Alopecia Areata

Areata: This hair loss is generally sudden and causes patches of baldness. Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disease in which the human body attacks the hair follicles. The white blood cells attack the body severe stress can be one of the main triggers. When it is a mild case this will result in small patches on the scalp but when severe it can affect the hair all over the body. This condition will usually correct itself over time but doctors may give a prescription of steroid injections for areas where the alopecia repeatedly occurs.


Traction Alopecia

Alopecia: This type of hair loss is mostly seen and occurring in women and is caused by continuous braids, cornrows, tight pony tails, sleep in rollers, hair extensions, sleep in head scarfs etc. which are worn over long periods of time, resulting in patches usually at the front hairline and sometimes in the nape area. This hair can come back if no tension is applied to the affected areas in the early stages of noticing, but if continual tension is applied this will result in permanent damage which can only be rectified by
hair transplant surgery

Telogen Effluvium

This is where a lot of hair loss is experienced in a short time frame; the condition is also known as diffuse hair loss. The main causes for this type of hair loss are pregnancy, chemotherapy, extremely high fevers, severe illnesses, and high levels of stress can result in Telogen effluvium. This type of hair loss is not permanent and over tie the hair will grow back.

Sudden shock from events such as death which causes emotional stress or a traumatic event can contribute to this condition


Trichotillomania

This type of hair loss is self-inflicted and is a compulsive control disorder where one feels the need to pull their hair out to feel a sense of relief. It affects teenagers and young adults and is more commonly seen in females than males.

Generally those that have this psychological disorder is usually suffering from something stress related are anxious and this is a way of self-harming in order for temporary stress relief. Cognitive therapy and Psychotherapy are ways of treating this condition.
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