Female Hair Solutions

Unfortunately, it has become apparent that female hair transplants are on the increase. There could be various reasons for the increased number of females suffering from hair loss. This includes the stress, increased styling using heated appliances, the use of hair extensions and poorly managed diets.

So what can be done? Society tells us that we should all aim to have a head full of flowing locks but unfortunately, this isn’t always a given. If you are suffering from female hair loss then there are different options available to you to help.

  • Hair Growth Products – There are some quality hair products we are able to recommend that will help reduce female hair loss. These include stimulants to encourage hair growth and topical solutions which can be used to thicken your hair.
  • Hair Replacement Treatments – This is our specialist area and we have helped numerous patients with women’s hair transplants. We have helped many women overcome hair loss and restore their confidence.

Depending on the type of hair loss you are suffering from will determine the treatment we would recommend to you. The first step would be to book a free, no obligation and fully confidential consultation with one of our experts. If you are suffering from female hair loss then our experts will be able to recommend a treatment plan to prevent further hair loss and to restore your hair back to its former glory.

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Hair Growth Products

There are plenty of hair products out there that are aimed at reducing the effects of thinning hair in women and hair loss in men. From stimulants to encourage hair growth to solutions that try to thicken the hair that is left. A lot of the time for female patients we start with products as hair transplants can only be done in areas where the hair has been completely lost, most of the time with women it has only thinned not gone completely, so we start with thickening products first.

Our team will be able to guide you in the right direction of what products are the best out there.

Hair Replacement Treatments

Not only have we helped countless males restore their hair back to normal but we have also dealt with many women’s hair problems. If it is a high hairline you are concerned about then a hair transplant will be an option no question. However if your hair is just thinning we would need to see you for a consultation to see if there is any space to do a hair transplant without damaging your surrounding hairs.

It may not be advertised as much but the routines are exactly the same, and so are the results – overcoming hair loss and restoring female confidence levels.

If you’re a woman and want to fix your thinning hair, get in touch with UK Hair and our team of experts will provide a free and confidential hair loss consultation.

Success Rate

As with women the technique that is usually FUT the success rate is 97%. If the transplant doesn’t take then it can be that there is an underlying issue so we would recommend seeing your GP and a dermatologist before we do another treatment to honour the guarantee.

Genetics

Unfortunately with women the reason for hair loss can be a large number of things. For men it is purely main pattern baldness. For women it can be thyroid, stress, hormones, post partum, alopecia, using heat products or even just from tight hairstyles like braids or ponytails.

Cost

The best part about female hair loss is it can often be fixed with non-surgical solutions which means it is cheaper. Non-surgical solutions start from just £25 a month. If it is deemed that you need a hair transplant then prices range from £3000 to £6000 depending on the number of grafts.

Treatment Time

Treatment time is dependant on the size of the case and the procedure chosen. The consultation in the morning of the procedure takes around 30 minutes and then the treatment time is around 5 to 6 hours. You will then have a 30 minute discharge with the surgeon with aftercare letter.

Success Rate

As with women the technique that is usually FUT the success rate is 97%. If the transplant doesn’t take then it can be that there is an underlying issue so we would recommend seeing your GP and a dermatologist before we do another treatment to honour the guarantee.

Genetics

Unfortunately with women the reason for hair loss can be a large number of things. For men it is purely main pattern baldness. For women it can be thyroid, stress, hormones, post partum, alopecia, using heat products or even just from tight hairstyles like braids or ponytails.

Cost

The best part about female hair loss is it can often be fixed with non-surgical solutions which means it is cheaper. Non-surgical solutions start from just £25 a month. If it is deemed that you need a hair transplant then prices range from £3000 to £6000 depending on the number of grafts.

Treatment Time

Treatment time is dependant on the size of the case and the procedure chosen. The consultation in the morning of the procedure takes around 30 minutes and then the treatment time is around 5 to 6 hours. You will then have a 30 minute discharge with the surgeon with aftercare letter.

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What Are The Benefits Of The Female Hair Treatments

You can tie your hair up straight away. Heat products like straighteners, hair dryers and curlers are 2 weeks after surgery. Hair spray can’t be used for 4 weeks after treatment as it can block the pores and cause ingrown hairs.
You need to use the non-surgical solutions as long as your concerned about your hair. The products only work whilst you are using them so if you stop them at any point your hair will start to revert to how it was before.
It will take 6-12 months to be able to see the hairs grow and be able to get the image of thickness. We can’t guess how long it takes for your hair to match your current hair as it depends on how long that is and how quickly your hair grows.
We recommend a 2 week recovery period. You can return to work after 1 week for office jobs but for the appearance of surgery to disappear it can take 2 weeks. The surgeon can write you a note for work if needed.

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