Confidence Achieved through Hair Solved Treatments
Sunday, June 3rd, 2012
on behalf of Project Work and Other Clients
Hair Solved recognised in Sunday Post for helping Victoria Hutcheon overcome her self-inflicting female hair loss.
NHS statistics suggest up to eight million women across the UK are affected by various forms of hair loss including genetic thinning, alopecia, cancer treatments, post pregnancy thinning and trichotillomania, where sufferers are left bald by repeated hair twisting or plucking.
Lucas Sojka, Director of Hair Solved is pioneering a new non-surgical treatment for sufferers in Scotland, and believes that many women in Scotland are simply unaware of the solutions and how effective they can be.
He said: “Up to 800,000 women and girls in Scotland suffer from some degree of hair loss and the majority of them do so in silence, due to shame and embarrassment. Hair loss for women still carries a terrible stigma.”
Victoria, who had been pulling her hair out since the age of twelve, tried everything from hypnotherapy to extensions, and nothing work. Finally, she tried Hair Solved’s treatments.
She said: “I feel fantastic now. Physically the impact has been amazing. Unless I tell people I have the system on, they never notice.”
Hair Solved’s new clinic in Glasgow offers the company’s ‘Enhancer’ solution, an advanced and affordable hair system which combines hair extensions and mesh and which is attached to the scalp to conceal all types of hair loss.