It is believed that hair loss affects one in two men and one in three women in the UK. While there is a wide range of information available about hair loss, it can often be difficult to find out exactly what you need.
Hair Loss Awareness Month, which takes place in May, is an annual national health campaign which aims to increase awareness of hair loss and provide sufferers with advice and support.
Click here to read the most frequently asked questions on hair loss answered by Trisha Buller, or if you can’t find what you are looking for, pose your own question to Trisha, expert trichologist and a salon director at Ciente Clinic.
This website was written in association with an expert panel including Dr Deborah McManners, Dr Alan Bauman and Vetta Thompson.
Request a free copy of Heads Up! - our concise guide to understanding and managing hair loss here.
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