Is balding negatively affecting your work life?

Did you know the average person can shed anywhere up to 100 strands of hair each day? Knowing this result makes finding hair strands at the bottom of your shower, or on your hairbrush seems like nothing to raise an eyebrow about – but what happens when you start noticing a few more extra strands?… Continue reading Is balding negatively affecting your work life?

Female Hair Loss and Treatment Options

When it comes to issues with the female hair, the instinct is usually to speak to your hairdresser. But did you know that that often the source too many hair problems, especially hair loss can normally be down to the lifestyle you lead rather than the type of shampoo and conditioner you are using. This… Continue reading Female Hair Loss and Treatment Options

The Ballerina Curse on Hair Loss

Traction alopecia in women is also known as ‘Ballerina Baldness’ as it is often caused by hair being pulled too tight damaging the roots and is common with dancers and ballerinas who are used to wearing their hair up and off their face for long periods of time. Traction Alopecia is a hair loss condition… Continue reading The Ballerina Curse on Hair Loss

The Private Clinic, Glasgow: Treatments

This might be our furthermost clinic, but it’s a cultural hub full of life, art and beautiful architecture that’s reminiscent of London, where our first clinic was established. Since Glasgow has so much to offer, we’ve selected a range of treatments that we hope will help alleviate the pressures of daily life (and the weather!),… Continue reading The Private Clinic, Glasgow: Treatments

New Year, Better You

Along with the new year comes that ‘January feeling’, which means you’re probably motivated and full of hope for the future. Many will say that it’s time for a ‘new you’, but some of you might actually want the ‘old you’ back, as you may feel like you’ve left the best version of yourself in… Continue reading New Year, Better You

Workout supplements: How gaining muscle might be making your hair fall out

Being thin or skinny used to be the body trend everybody chased after, nowadays it’s all about being fit. As far as trends go this is a pretty good one to follow, as in theory it promotes healthy eating, regular exercise and being mindful about your lifestyle. Some people have amazing discipline and dedication on… Continue reading Workout supplements: How gaining muscle might be making your hair fall out

Are you suitable for a Hair Transplant?

Hair Transplants can have life-changing effects for those who are eligible candidates for the procedure, but unfortunately, not everyone who rings up asking for it is suitable. Our goal here is to clarify who wouldn’t benefit from booking a Hair Transplant consultation and why, but first, we’re going to do a quick recap about what… Continue reading Are you suitable for a Hair Transplant?

Hair Trichologist vs. Hair Transplant Specialist

It’s said that hair is a woman’s vanity – but the confidence of both men and women can be rattled equally when faced with hair loss. When it comes to our mops, hair loss, or Alopecia, is often the most likely trigger to make our alarm bells go off. The thing is, a number of… Continue reading Hair Trichologist vs. Hair Transplant Specialist

The Private Clinic Bristol: Treatments

Recently, Bristol’s been getting a lot of attention because of Banksy’s Dismaland and the crowds have been coming in droves to visit. The temporary hustle and bustle might not be welcome by everyone though, so we thought we’d highlight a more permanent fixture, that’s there to offer you a professional and reliable environment all year round: The Private… Continue reading The Private Clinic Bristol: Treatments

The Norwood Scale of Hair loss: How does it work

Male Pattern Baldness is responsible for 95% of all hair loss in men. The condition, which is hereditary, occurs when a hormone called DHT (dihydrotestosterone) causes healthy hair follicles to shrink and the hairs attached to them to consequently fall out. The Norwood Scale (see image below) was designed to help understand the different stages… Continue reading The Norwood Scale of Hair loss: How does it work