While the disease itself is not damaging to the person's health, coping with alopecia hair loss can prove challenging.
The client above came to HIS Hair Clinic when Alopecia Areata started to cause his hair to fall out. Being of school age, his condition made life very difficult, however we are pleased to say we have successfully treated his alopecia, so it is now barely noticeable.
Further examples of alopecia are shown below.
WHAT IS ALOPECIA?
Alopecia is defined as a hair loss disease that affects men, women and children. The onset of hair loss is often sudden, random and frequently recurrent. Prior to SMP® there was no real alopecia treatment available.
Prevalence figures show that alopecia affects approximately 1.7 percent of the population, with both men and women being equally affected. About 25% of alopecia sufferers have a family history of the disorder.
The above client is showing the symptoms of advanced alopecia areata. His SMP® treatment was performed at HIS Hair Clinic and he was able to return to a normal life without the anxieties caused by alopecia.
SMP® CAN BE USED TO TREAT ALOPECIA
For many sufferers, an alopecia treatment like SMP® will be greatly welcomed. SMP® hair loss treatment is a suitable alopecia treatment for all skin types, including white, black, Asian and oriental skin tones, and can help with all types of alopecia related hair loss.
For further information about alopecia, there are several sites worth visiting that specialise in the subject. You can also speak with other alopecia sufferers in our forum, or feel free to contact us directly for impartial advice. For more examples of how we’ve successfully camouflaged all kinds of Alopecia please see our Gallery and Case Studies section.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SPECIFIC FORMS OF ALOPECIA
We have published a series of posts providing more information about each of the common forms of alopecia: