The Hair Loss Clinic at Christos
No matter what the underlying cause, hair loss or hair thinning can be a very distressing time.
Sadly, too many people experiencing hair loss feel that it is something
they have to accept and put on a brave face when inside you may feel anxious, angry or saddened.
We have seen many reasons for hair loss and hair thinning, from harsh medical treatments such as chemotherapy,
unidentified underlying problems relating to stress or thyroid disorders through to damage caused to the hair by incorrect colouring
or poorly executed extensions.
The good news is that you are in the right place to get help with this.
The Hair Loss Clinic at Christos has been working with clients who have experienced full or partial hair loss or hair thinning for over 20 years and we see 800-1000 scalps every single week, from children to more mature clients across all ethnicities.
Our experience highlights that many clients either continue to struggle without seeing their GP, assuming it is just
'an age thing' or they are misdiagnosed and sent to a dermatology specialist when the underlying cause is more likely to be
a compromised immune system. This is why we always take a full medical history and we may advise certain blood tests to ensure
there are no underlying medical conditions that may be the root cause for the hair loss.
The Hair Restoration Team is headed up by Tina, Director of Aesthetic Services, Fiona
Urgent Care Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Prescriber, Vanessa Phlebotomy, Advanced PRP Clinician & Mauricee Plastics & Aesthetic Advanced Practitioner. They are fully trained, licensed and insured in procedures including:
Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy
Mesotherapy/Transdermal Injections of hyaluronic and succinic acid
Biotin, B12, B-complex additionally new serums micro-needled into the scalp including peptides, amino acids and proteins
immunology-based growth enhancers that are great for all forms of alopecia
Bio Magnetic Therapy
Intravenous Nutrition and Supplement therapy.
In addition, the Hair Loss Clinic at Christos partners with leading surgeons and aesthetic practitioners to offer you the very best solutions available through to Hair Transplant Co-Ordination.
We promise to use our understanding of hair loss, our expertise in masking and overcoming the effects of hair loss
and hair thinning and our own personal experiences on cancer treatments and alopecia to make your own
hair care journey less daunting.
Conditions affecting hair quality
Over 8 million women in the UK are dealing with hair loss. Thinning hair, bald patches and hair loss are surprisingly common in women. The most important thing for you to know is that we are here to help.
Receding hairlines, pattern baldness and thinning hair affects around 85% of the male population by the time they are fifty. To some, it does not matter. To you, it might. Do not play victim to your genetics, we have the solution for you.
A broad term used to cover any form of hair loss. Alopecia can be a long or short-term issue and the degree of hair loss can range from a small coin-sized area to full hair loss incorporating the scalp and all body hair. Find out more...
Cancer treatments including chemotherapy, radiotherapy and even immunotherapy can cause some degree of hair loss. Find out more...
Hair thinning is a condition that affects both men and women and, although it is more common within those over 30, we are increasingly seeing younger clients and particularly women experiencing a thinning of their hair. Find out more...
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Proudly working with the Little Princess Trust
The Little Princess Trust has been helping children and young people up to the age of 24 since 2006, by providing free real hair wigs to those who have lost their own hair due to cancer treatment or other conditions.
Our salon is part of their network of fitters that can supply and fit The Little Princess Trust wigs, which have been made from hair kindly donated by their generous supporters.
Please take a look at their website for more information on the support they offer, their childhood cancer research and how you can support them.