If you’ve noticed a bald spot, or excessive hair loss (i.e. hair falling in the shower or when you style it), take action. How soon you react to the issue could define whether you can treat it with hair loss medication or with a hair transplant.

Genes (family history of baldness) or excessive stress

Hormonal balance and current health condition (i.e. thyroid problems)

Current diet (whilst unlikely to cause hair loss on its own, it can add to the problem)

High levels of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) – the androgen hormone that is caused by the factors above

Hair Loss Signs (can start as early as 25 years old)

Women: thinning of hair near partition

Men: bald spots / hair thinning on front and top of the head


If you’ve noticed a bald spot, act now.

Here are the steps you can take

Step 1

Seek your GP’s opinion

(they can check for other underlying health issues such as thyroid problems)

Step 2

Contact a hair loss clinic

You can reach us here

Step  3

Get diagnosed by a qualified surgeon

We work with the best surgeons.

Step 4

Start treatment for your bald spot:

This can be:

FDA-approved medication

Hair transplants

Scalp micro pigmentation (SMP)


Timing is one of the most important factors in treating hair loss. As soon as you’ve noticed a bald spot, take action immediately. That could be the difference between a cost effective medication treatment or a hair transplant.

Side-effects also play an important factor. Hair loss can cause significant damage to the person’s self-image and confidence. It might have an impact on your job (i.e. if you work in modelling, film or any other similar industry) or life events (i.e. weddings, school reunions).

An efficient hair loss treatment can restore that confidence and boost in morale, even if the results are not immediate.


Professional help is the key to getting hair loss treated, but you can also help the process with small actions. For instance:

  • Drink a lot of water
  • Avoid stress at all costs
  • Avoid prolonged exposure to the sun
  • Don’t spend long periods of time in polluted environments
  • Have a good hair routine (gentle combing, use high quality hair products)
  • Get enough sleep
  • Check your hormonal balance regularly (especially if you’ve noticed a bald spot)


If you need more advice on what to do once you’ve noticed a bald spot, contact Hair Repair Clinic today on:

Freephone : 0800 6990209

Sheffield : 0114 3290531

Nottingham : 0115 8390096

Glasgow : 0141 2140253

Newcastle : 0191 4120981

London : 0207 1755595

Liverpool : 0151 2050689

WhatsApp : 0785 5565558


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