Invest in your hair

Scrolling through my Instagram feed, as I do every night before bed, I came across a quote that got me thinking: “Invest in your hair, it is the Crown you never take off”.

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How many of us take our shiny, healthy hair locks for granted? Treating hair with bleaching and chemical relaxants, heat styling… blonde today, brunette tomorrow, only to go back to platinum once it’s trending again. And that’s us, women and men even worse. Men use body soaps or shower gels to wash their hair, completely oblivious of all the conditioning & care products women, at least, use in the attempt of reversing some of the hair loss, hair fall or damage.

Needless to say, 1 in 3 guys I meet these days, has hair loss or problems with his hair: thinned, receded, zero shape and style. Conclusion: their Crown is a huge risk. Men tend to wear caps, hats or other hair “hiding” accessories, but the truth is once they’re off, their confidence plummets.

Here, a very much hated family of words, comes into the discussion: “bald”, “balding”, “bald spots”. Let’s be frank, calling someone who’s losing hair by these “b” words is just as bad as calling an overweight person “fat”. No-one likes looking bad, feeling bad or having the sensing that they have lost control of their bodies.That is exactly what hair loss is: a loss of control, looking older, looking less sharp, a permanent and irreversible change in one’s appearance.

So here’s my question: Why not invest in your hair?

Most of us splash out of clothes, cars, jewellery, spa days, holidays and expensive dinners. Now, these are treats and very few people would disagree with me. The list can go on and on, but the fact is that “hair” would not come up in most people’s TOP 5. And why is that? It’s there, it’s always been there, it doesn’t hurt when over styled or ignored. In fact, the more frizzy and annoying it gets, the more we seem to punish our Crowning Glory so that it fits our requirement at the time.

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How many of us chose our shampoos and hair treatments as carefully as the meals you would serve to a new born baby? 10%? 5%? 1%? Truth is we don’t focus on the quality of our hair and keeping it happy and healthy. We are much more preoccupied with it helping us get the look we desire and forget to do our bit of the bargain. Next time you chose a hair cleaning and conditioning product, make sure it’s chemical free, organic and suits your Crown’s requirements. If not, keep changing until you’ve got the right match.

How many of us take an active step in figuring out why our hair has clogged the drain after each shower? In true fact, hair fall and hair loss is gradual and stubborn. It doesn’t go away if you ignore it and it always gets worst instead of better. Go online, read up, find places and people that can help you, do something about your hair treatments today before it’s too late regardless of the cost involved. Remember, once gone, it’s never coming back.

How many of our’s confidence takes a hit on a “bad hair day”? 99.9%? I think, if not 100% (my theory is that others might be suffering in silence :P). How about having a “bad hair day” everyday after losing your hair ? Would you get used to it? Maybe. Would you be ok with it? I very much doubt so.

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People who lose their hair quality and ultimately the mere existence of it on their heads, go through that, every day. Some may develop a style around being bald (and being good looking overall, generally helps a lot) but most wish they could turn back the clock. And guess what? There are non-surgical hair loss solutions for the latecomers too. Research, information and the right companies will be able to produce wonders in terms of hair loss treatments.

So my advice is to look after your hair like you would with any other part of your body. Treat it with kindness, understanding and care. Stay away from parabens, chemicals and over-styling and if you notice it looking in bad shape or taking a one way ticked down your drain pipe, seek the advice of a specialist.

It is the crown you never take off, so wear it with confidence.

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Does Stress Related Hair Loss = Surgery?

Stress related hair loss is seen as something you can’t do anything about, but this is not in fact the case.

Hair loss is one of those afflictions that often beg the question – which came first, the chicken or the egg? Or more accurately, is your hair falling out because you are anxious or are you anxious about your hair falling out? Think about it too long and you’ll eventually tangle yourself in the whole ‘are you anxious because your hair is falling because you are anxious’-debacle.

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The short of the long is that anxiety and hair loss shares a fairly complicated relationship that can only be properly understood if you have a grasp of the underlying biology that underpins stress related hair loss.

First off, the most important thing to realise is that stress and anxiety itself is not directly to blame for hair loss. Much like hair fall treatment is related to, but not a direct result of, cancer (but rather the unwanted side-effect of a course of chemotherapy), stress-related hair fall cannot be ascribed to the emotional affliction itself, but rather to a number of conditions that is the result thereof.

These conditions include (in order of the likelihood of occurrence in the general population):

1. Telogen Effluvium

Telogen effluvium (TE) is probably the second most common form of hair loss dermatologists diagnose in their patients. It appears as a diffuse thinning of hair on the scalp, which may not be even all over. It can be a bit more severe in some areas of the scalp than others. Most often, the hair on top of the scalp thins more than it does at the sides and back of the scalp. There is usually no hair line recession, except in a few rare chronic cases.

Sufferers of TE never completely lose all their scalp hair, but the hair can be noticeably thin in severe cases. The shed hairs are typically telogen hairs, which can be recognized by a small bulb of keratin on the root end. Whether the keratinized lump is pigmented or un-pigmented makes no difference; the hair fibres are still typical telogen hairs.

2. Alopecia Areata

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease that presents as spot baldness and is also known as ‘Davey Kirts syndrome’. It is characterised by hair loss from some or all areas of the body, but most often from the scalp and can be attributed to the body’s sudden inability to recognise its own cells and subsequent destruction of its own tissue.

The typical initial symptoms of alopecia areata include small bald patches where the underlying skin appears un-scarred and looks superficially normal. These patches can take many shapes, but are normally round or oval. The affliction most often affects the scalp and beard, but may occur on any part of the body that is covered with hair. Different areas of the skin may exhibit hair loss and regrowth at the same time. The disease may also go into remission for a time, or may be permanent.

3. Trichotillomania

While the previous two disorders are physical in nature, Trichotillomania is an emotional affliction that causes the sufferer to have the uncontrollable urge to pull out their own hair. Sufferers vary in age and are known to pull out their body hair at the root from places like the scalp, eyebrows, lashes and pubic region. It presents in various stages of severity across genders, age groups and creeds – some people pull out handfuls of hair at a time, while others pull out one strand at a time and others even ingest the hair once removed.

We started this article by asking the question, does stress-related Hair loss necessarily mean that you have to get surgery. The short answer is not necessarily. Depending on the severity and root cause of your hair fall, there are a number of less invasive hair restoration techniques that can be applied before you have to submit to surgery.

The first step in the process to identifying your options is to ascertain why your hair is falling. At Advanced Hair Studio UAE we offer Advanced Hair Check, a scientific approach using advanced technology and state-of-the-art instruments, to answer questions related to hair loss, thinning and overall scalp condition. Our experienced and thoroughly trained hair loss consultants examine all aspects of your hair and scalp condition in order to recommend the most suitable procedure or combination of procedures to suit your age, face, personality and expectations to give you a head full of hair. This approach ensures that we establish the root cause of your hair loss before you make any decisions regarding treatment.

Would you like to learn more about hair loss causes, solutions and treatments? Keep an eye on the Advanced Hair Studio UAE blog to stay abreast of the latest developments in the hair restoration field. We have a team of experts standing by to keep you in the know.

The Link Between Hair and Confidence

What is confidence?

Even more specifically in this case, Self-confidence when it comes to physical appearance.

Physical Self-confidence can be defined as the ability to look in the mirror and feel a positive vibe and a sense of pride in one’s appearance. But who sets the standards for what are the criteria of being “good looking”? Society and trends do.

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Centuries ago, women with a fuller body were considered more attractive than the Slimmer ones. Very much so, hair plays a similar role.

Back in the 1920s, it would be unusual for a man to not wear a hat. This was the trend and fashion. In today’s world with a dominance of social media, celebrities being exposed by the internet on a daily basis, those trends have shifted. Now, men who are bald or balding are not considered as good looking or attractive, as the men with a head full of hair with a few exceptions of course. Our nature as a species, makes us thrive to look good for others and eventually through positive feedback on our appearance and interactions, one learns to love his own self-image.

When we look at the average woman’s daily grooming routine or her wardrobe, it is very easy to understand that physical appearance is extremely important for the gender. From nails to hair, perfumes, dresses, jewellery and so on.

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Men, on the other hand, have a very limited set of things to look after in contrast to their female counterparts. A decent sense of style, proper hygiene, perhaps some form of physical exercise for muscular enhancement, and of course, hair. With hair, men can express their identity through trendy hairstyles that suit their personalities. Deprive them of hair, and a major loss of control over their appearance is the result, swiftly followed by a loss of self-confidence.

So, why do men suffering from hair loss experience a loss of self-confidence? (To various degrees) It is primarily due to the loss of control and choice over their appearance but also, jealousy, the normal human emotion. Take 2 men of the same age group, one bald, one with a head full of hair, it isn’t hard to understand why the bald man would feel sad and jealous when looking at the other person sporting a trendy hairstyle. Not only is the person with a head full of hair able to express his identity through his hair, but he also looks significantly younger.

Men today are not the only ones suffering from hair loss or thinning in general, the number of women experiencing hair loss or thinning has increased dramatically in the last 30 years and for these women, the loss of confidence is equally significant or even worse than men, as they cannot even gracefully go bald or work on their physique to compensate for the lack of hair, like many A-list Hollywood actors have done. The likes of Jason Statham, Bruce Willis, Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson comes to mind.

When it comes to attracting and interacting with the opposite sex, today’s world is, unfortunately, far less forgiving in terms of one being judged solely by their appearance, as opposed to in the past. This can be explained by the rise of the internet era. Today it’s extremely easy to have access to someone else’s pictures through social media and, as a result, this creates an immediate first impression based exclusively on physical appearance. Worse yet, in the western world, there has been a very steady rise in online dating as people have less and less time to socialize or try to go out to meet new people. Apps such as Tinder create an illusion and expectation solely based on looks where men with a capillary deficit are at a significant disadvantage unless they have compensated with a muscular body or have a head shape naturally suited to not having a mane.

The brutal reality of today is that society is progressively becoming shallower and judging when it comes to looks, and hair places a key role for men in this case. There has also been a marked rise in the “metrosexual” man in the biggest developed cities of the world. A metrosexual is a heterosexual male individual whose grooming regiment can match or even exceed a woman’s. Facial creams, mani-pedis, skin exfoliation and many other grooming rituals that used to be considered laughable if done by a man is becoming more and more socially acceptable. As such, men are becoming even more self-conscious about their looks than ever before.

Based on all this information, it makes perfect sense why there is such a strong link between hair and confidence for men with a few exceptions to the rule of course. Regardless, it is a very important component of your average man’s self confidence levels.

Hair Replacement Surgery: All You Need To Know

On an average, 50 – 100 hair strands per day is the normal rate of hair fall treatment, which, considering that the average scalp contains 100,000 follicular hair, may not sound a lot. However, research has indicated that 9 out of 10 people are highly concerned if they start losing their hair in their 30s.

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In the changing landscape of beauty and personal appearance technologies, hair replacement surgery has equally advanced. Gone are the days when people used to receive irreversible damage to their body because of the physical damage that can be caused by surgery or ageing. It has taken the long journey of time and research, but hair replacement surgery is no longer in its emerging stages.

Today, hair transplant has become one of the latest offerings available to improve your physical appearance. Apart from those who have lost hair through surgery or natural causes, there also exists a group of individuals who undertake hair replacement surgery to get themselves an attractive mane or style.

If you have decided to bring your hair back by undergoing hair transplant surgery, there are certain things need to be considered before taking this step:

1. Research the background and qualifications of selected hair replacement experts.

  • Do check the total years of experience of the hair replacement team.
  • Check the total number of hair replacement surgeries they have performed.
  • Search the web to find out more details about the organization.

2. Look for all possible answers you need

All you need is to filter the right professionals from research and compare their results. Of course, you have to pay a fair amount of money if you decide to opt for hair transplant. However, the overall spending will worth the outcome if you choose a team with a great track record and working experience in this area, and who have a series of proven results that shows their ability to fulfil your expectations. All that matters in the end is the quality of the results achieved.

3. If you have had surgery previously, confirm the effectiveness this time

Meet your personal hair expert and ask them for all the information regarding the hair replacement surgery. In most cases, if a person has gone through a hair replacement surgery in the past but did not get the desired result, the second hair replacement surgery will not work either. We know that you miss those old days when you had a head full of hair, but before the second attempt just make sure that you are not wasting your money and more importantly, risking the limited number of hair follicles you have left.

4. Baldness can be caused by multiple factors

Hair transplant procedure is one of the most powerful treatments developed for regrowth of hair.

Studies have revealed that often baldness is a result of genetics. If your forefathers had baldness, then hair loss may be hereditary. In this case, some of the remedies may not be applicable. Pay attention to your personal habits that are contributing to restricting your hair growth. Take professional advice from an expert hair consultant to explore more ways of retaining and maintaining your hair.

Although hair replacement surgery is a relatively popular choice to overcome hair loss, it does not guarantee for how many months or years its effects will be visible if an appropriate team is not selected for the procedure. Unfortunately, this reality is realised by many only after completing a procedure with an ill-experienced team.

Advanced Hair Studio is one of the best hair clinics in the world at helping individuals resolve various types of hair problems. For more information and to get answers to any queries related to hair replacement surgery, call the experts on
+971 4345 1233.

16 Do’s and Don’ts for a Successful Hair Transplant

At Advanced Hair Studio, we perform hair restoration surgery for clients who are struggling with hair loss for various reasons such as hormonal problems and male pattern baldness. For many people, hair transplant surgery — also called follicular unit extraction (FUE) — can restore a full or gain a fuller head of hair. Hair restoration surgery involves transferring hair follicles from one area of the scalp to a balding part where they can continue to grow.

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As the FUE procedure continues to grow in popularity, it’s important to remember that complying with your surgeon’s instructions are crucial to a successful transplant and a faster recovery. Here are some of the most important do’s and don’ts to achieve the best possible results.

1. Do Keep Your Scalp Dry

You will need to keep your scalp dry while it heals. Avoid taking showers or swimming for few days. You will have a follow-up appointment the day after your surgery at which point your scalp and hair will be shampooed and blow dried before your scalp is examined. You can usually begin shampooing and blow drying your hair as usual about one week after your surgery.

2. Do Apply the Antibiotic Ointment

Your surgeon will prescribe an antibiotic cream that you must apply to your scalp after your surgery. This cream will help prevent infection and reduce irritation and swelling.

3. Do Take Painkillers After Surgery

You may experience some discomfort after surgery. You can begin taking painkillers about 3 to 4 hours after surgery once your anaesthesia wears off. Always take your medication as prescribed to reduce any discomfort you are feeling.

4. Do Ask Questions

During your consultation and ahead of your procedure, don’t be afraid to ask questions. Getting your hair back is a big decision and you want to be sure that FUE is the right choice for you. You will also want to have answers to all of your questions prior to your transplant, especially when it comes to managing your recovery and maximizing your success.

5. Do Have Someone Drive You Home

You will need someone to drive you home after your FUE procedure. This surgery is done under a sedative that helps you relax but it takes hours to wear off. Though most of us are confident on a personal note it isn’t safe to drive while the sedative is still in your system.

6. Do Follow Your Customized Post-Op Directions

Your surgeon and the team will provide you with personalized post-op instructions that must be followed. This post-op care plan will also be reviewed with your designated driver prior to surgery.

7. Do Sleep in an Upright Position

Keep your head elevated while you sleep and use two or more pillows if you can or sleep in a recliner chair. This helps reduce swelling on your scalp by allowing blood to flow away from the scalp.

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8. Do Apply Light Pressure to the Follicular hair

If you notice mild swelling or bleeding once you wash your hair, apply very light pressure to the area with gauze or a moist, clean cloth for 5-10 minutes. Do not dab the area because this can contribute to scabbing and infection. However, you can expect some scabbing in the beginning of the healing process.

9. Do Keep Your Hair Long

If you are concerned about hair follicles or grafts being visible at first, keep your hair long for the first week or two until scabs heal and your stitches are removed. A very small number of clients experience a so-called “shadow effect” in which follicles are visible. Keeping your hair a bit longer than usual can help hide this effect.

10. Do Be Patient

It’s important to go into hair transplant surgery with realistic expectations. You can expect your first new hair to start the growth cycle in 2-4 months after your surgery but remember that hair grows in cycles. This means not all of the new Follicular hair will begin growing at once. By the 8th or 9th month, about 90% of the hair grafts will be growing hair. Once all of the transplanted hair has grown, your results should look very natural, even when examined closely.

11. DON’T Expose Your Scalp to Sunlight

After your hair transplant dubai, it’s important to avoid exposing your scalp to direct sunlight for the first few days. This can cause irritation, especially if your scalp is tender and swollen. Wear a hat if you need to go outside.

12. DON’T Scratch Your Scalp

You may experience itchiness of your scalp after your procedure but it’s important to leave your scalp alone as it heals. If you scratch or irritate your scalp, you may dislodge your hair follicles before they can grow.

13. DON’T Drink or Smoke

Drinking and smoking can both interfere with the blood supply to your scalp and reduce the success of your hair transplant. Avoid alcohol for at least 5 days after your procedure and do not smoke for at least 3 to 4 weeks.

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14. DON’T Play Sports or Engage in Heavy Exercise

Excessive sweating can increase the risk of an infection on your scalp. After your surgery, avoid any activities that may lead to excessive perspiration for about a month. This includes sports and moderate to strenuous exercise.

15. DON’T Be Worried When the New Hair Falls Out

About 2 to 3 weeks after your surgery, the transplanted hair will fall out. This is a normal effect of the procedure and not a cause for concern. You should notice new hair growth within a few months. You may also notice some loss of original hair at the recipient site. This is called shock loss and it’s usually temporary. Most people experience 60% new hair growth after 6-9 months. Your surgeon may prescribe various medicated topical applications to improve hair growth after your procedure.

16. DON’T Chemically Treat Your Hair

You will need to wait at least 30 days before you color or chemically treat your hair in any way. If you undergo any hair treatments, you may want to schedule them for one week before your surgery.

Established in Florida in the 1970s, Advanced Hair Studio have more than 45 years of experience performing a variety of hair restoration and hair retention techniques as one of the world’s largest hair restoration companies. If you are considering hair transplant surgery, contact us today to schedule a consultation to learn more about what you can expect following your procedure.

Your Guide to Reducing Hair Fall and ideal Hair Regime

Greasy, untidy, falling hair are things that people lose sleep over. In today’s time, it is necessary to care for your hair & nurture them if you want them to look great. This is an ideal guide for your hair regime and tips to stop hair fall, from Advanced Hair Studio, which is phenomenally going to change the way your hair looks.

1. Brushing your hair

So, let’s start with the basics. Brushing or combing has been perceived as a technique of styling your hair and some people think it causes hair fall. But, it isn’t exactly true. Your scalp requires good blood circulation to promote healthy hair strands. Brushing your hair regularly ensures proper blood circulation in the scalp, along with transportation of oxygen & nutrients in the hair. It is advisable to brush twice in a day. Brushing also helps in reducing hair fall.

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2. Argh! Blow Drying Hair:

Using a blow dryer post-shower is widely practiced among women. However, they take no notice of the ill effects of using it on their hair. The excessive amount of heat a blow dryer produces when in contact with your hair can easily make them dry, brittle or damaged and also cause hair fall. So, you need to be over-cautious about the frequency of using your blow dryer.

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3. Oil – Bring it On:

An important thing to include in your hair regime is a good organic oil or preferably a blend of different organic oils in combination with some powerful essential oils. Oiling hair is a great way to keep them nourished & healthy. Essential oils such as Tea tree, Rosemary, Lavender are considered effective for hair growth & hair strength. They also help in fighting hair fall.

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4. Deep Condition your Hair:

Even if you condition your hair regularly, deep conditioning has its own perks. Deep conditioning can be done using your regular conditioner, however, visiting a good salon for a leave-in conditioning treatment will give your hair that extra oomph that you have been desiring for long. This process makes your hair smooth and shiny. This too helps with reducing hair fall.

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5. Pick your Shampoo wisely:

Before plunging on that large dollop of your shampoo, you must be aware of the constituents of it. There are certain compounds, such as Sulfates, which harm the roots & quality of hair while stripping the essential oils from the scalp and causing hair fall. Therefore, it is advisable to check the labels on the back of shampoos prior to getting to purchasing them.

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Adopt these simple changes in your lifestyle & the resultant change in your hair will definitely amaze you. However, if the condition of your scalp has been deterring you for a while, come see us at one of our studios for an Advanced Hair Check. This will help you get your hair deeply analyzed by an expert and they can help suggest the best solution to your hair problems.

Hair Regrowth For Men: Before And After Pictures You Won’t Believe Are Real

Hair regrowth for men that simply have to be seen to be believed!

If there’s one thing that each and every single man on the planet has in common, it’s the undeniable fear of losing his hair. Yes, going bald is right up there with the fear of public speaking, spiders, homicidal clowns and flying in planes – which is to say, losing one’s hair is one of the more common fears among earth’s general population. The good news is that hair regrowth is not impossible. Hair regrowth for men needn’t be a difficult thing in today’s world, especially as the technologies on offer are readily available.

While almost 99% of men lose their hair due to genetic reasons, there are a small percentage that suffer hair loss due to other factors: lack of the correct nutrients and minerals as a result of bad diets, insufficient sleep, stress, and excessive smoking and alcohol intake. If you are experiencing hair loss, you needn’t worry. There are a variety of hair regrowth treatments out there that are able to give your scalp a new lease on life.

Whether you’ve started to notice a suspiciously thinning hairline or you’ve invested in a brand new panama hat (they’re so in this season) to mask your unsightly and rapidly expanding bald spot, there’s a fair chance you’ve dabbled in one of the many “miracle” hair regrowth methods or cures available to you.

Know this: while there are plenty of hair regrowth options out there developed specifically to fight hair loss, it’s hard to tell which methods to take seriously and which to flush down the drain with the last vestiges of your once thriving coiffure. Check out these hair regrowth before and after pictures below for some inspiration.

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“I decided to do something about my hair loss–pure and simple—for confidence.” Joel, tennis instructor and presenter, had a handful of simple hair regrowth treatments — Advanced Laser Therapy (ALT) by Advanced Hair Studio — and now both his hair and his confidence have been grown back. “And I’d do it again.”

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Shane, nightclub owner, was quite recently rocking an embarrassingly thin comb-over, but it was nothing a hair restoration procedure by Advanced Hair Studio couldn’t sort out. Now, Shane is making the most of his brand new locks by getting down with the rest of his party- loving clientele. “So much like a natural head of hair, I forget it’s not my own. I have complete confidence that whatever I do, it will always remain undetectable.

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Considering Mike’s condition, he was advised to undergo combination of two hair replacement procedures, as hair regrowth was not an option in his case. We gave him a head full of hair by performing a combination of Strand by Strand The Ultimate plus Strand by Strand Cosmetic. This was the most effective and only way for him to get a head full of hair back with desired coverage, density and volume. “The results in my life are truly remarkable, and I owe it to Advanced Hair Studio in a large way.”

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After Sam, student, underwent a combination of hair replacement and hair regrowth procedures, he started noticing his life improving in a variety of ways. “I feel more confident. Wonderful, in simple words. Can’t believe it took me so long to get it done.”

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Paul was, until recently, balding at an alarming pace. He underwent cosmetic hair replacement (Strand-by- Strand Cosmetic to be exact) and now has a thick, luxurious head of hair once more. “Your expertise, patience, fun and understanding mean so much to both of us. My life has improved so much and you do the most brilliant job every time.”

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Jacques wanted his hair back, and opted for cold beam laser therapy, a powerful method of reducing DHT levels, stopping hair loss in its tracks, and saving and thickening existing thin and weak hair, as well as re-growing hair in regions where his hair follicles were still alive but deeply rooted. Jacques now enjoys improved scalp conditions, improved quality and texture of hair. “Advanced Hair Studio did a fantastic job on my hair. I would recommend this procedure to anyone.” If the above few testimonials are anything to go by, getting a full head of hair back is not only possible, it’s also feasible. All it takes is the motivation to get up and do a little research. Don’t waste time worrying. That will only make it worse. Contact Advanced Hair Studio today and ask about the various hair regrowth treatments and tips for men that are available to you.

You see, hair regrowth for men is totally possible. All it takes is the motivation to get up and do some research. Don’t waste time worrying; that’ll most likely only ma ke it worse. Contact Advanced Hair Studio today and ask about the various hair regrowth treatments and tips for men that are available to you.