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Suffer from Alopecia?

Not everyone is aware of what Alopecia is, so let's explain it to you in more detail.

Alopecia is a medical term for hair loss and losing more hair than is replenished, resulting in thinning or balding. Occurring at any age, alopecia primarily affects the scalp and can sometimes disrupt hair growth on beards, eyebrows, eyelashes and other parts of the body.

It can be temporary or permanent. It can be the result of hormonal changes, medical conditions, hereditary or a normal part of aging.

There are different types of Alopecia but here are the most common two of them:

Alopecia Areata: This is an autoimmune condition that causes the body's immune system to attack hair follicles, leading to patchy hair loss. This is common on the scalp but can appear anywhere on the body. It can affect all ages and both men and women, commonly young adults. Sadly there is no cure for this condition.

Androgenetic Alopecia: This is a genetic, hereditary condition also known as male-pattern baldness. This can occur in both men and women and results in thinning of hair on the scalp, baldness or a receding hair-line. It can happen over several decades and there is no cure.

More serious forms of Alopecia are rarer but can have a devastating effect on people's self-esteem and confidence such as: Alopecia Totalis: Alopecia totalis affects both men and women. It is a more advanced form of alopecia areata that causes hair loss on the face and entire scalp.

Alopecia Universalis: This is the most advanced form of alopecia areata, alopecia universalis usually presents itself later on in life and occurs in both men and women. This condition results in total hair loss all over the entire body and is caused by a chromosome mutation at birth.

There are other forms of hair loss which is caused by cancer treatments, hormone imbalance or ageing and some forms of alopecia cause loss of eyebrow hair and even eyelashes too.

Losing hair completely can be very distressing and really knock someone's confidence. But there are many products and treatments available to help people gain back their confidence.

Microblading and semi-permanent brows is a game changer!

Microblading is the process of creating hyper-realistic eyebrow hairs which are semi-permanent and can last up to 2 years. Our clients that have had it done wished they did it years ago!

It saves having to pencil them in everyday and apply brow stickers which can irritate the skin.

Popular for men is Scalp micropigmentation which is a method of creating very fine tattoo dots which simulate a shaved hair look.

One of the reasons I became a Microblading Artist was to be able to help people suffering from hair loss. Being able to give someone eyebrows is so rewarding and really touches my heart.

We are pleased to be able to offer a discount to Alopecia VIP members holding a valid VIP card.

To find out more details on how to become a VIP card holder just click on the tab below.

New Brows supports people with Alopecia offering discounted Microblading and semi-permanent brow treatments in London.
Microblading for Alopecia

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