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Women's Hair Loss Treatment Results Captured on Video to Inspire Others
Date:11/23/2009

nd quality of her hair is improving dramatically.

“My hairdresser is really happy, he said my hair looks much thicker and easier to style and he’s really happy that eventually I tried the clinic.”

Often hair loss in women is only temporary, but other times it can trigger other problems and might not go away on its own.

Twenty-seven-year-old Zsanett started losing her hair when she was 18 and over the years has tried numerous methods to help it regrow.

“I lost about 50 percent of my hair when I was 18,” she said. “I tried various treatments and therapies, none of them helped so I stopped for a while.”

After researching women’s hair loss a bit more, Zsanett came across the Belgravia Centre website and asked her hairdresser for advice.

“He recommended me to come here and have a look at the hair loss success stories on the website,” she said. “They looked very promising.”

When Zsanett visited the Belgravia Centre for a professional diagnosis, she discovered she was experiencing female pattern hair loss, a relatively common condition that can affect women as early as puberty but one that can be helped with the right treatment and care.

“The parting on top of my head is getting much closer and I’ve got a lot more baby hair,” Zsanett said. “I can feel it’s a lot thicker, and it grows really quickly so I need to go to the hairdresser much more often.”

Based in central London, the Belgravia Centre is the UK's leading hair loss clinic but has clien
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