Nutrition and Diet

Female Hair Loss Information

A healthy diet is of course essential for healthy hair growth. Like our skin, the state of our hair is frequently a reflection of the inner body’s wellbeing.

Protein deficiencies, lack of essential fatty acids and eating foods high in fat and acidity can all negatively effect hair growth.

Eating disorders, fad diets and crash dieting also have negative effects on hair loss as they stress not only the body, but the hair as well through depriving the body of essential nutrients.

The solution is generally simple - improve the quality of dietary intake.

How we can help

The first step, of course, is to ensure the condition is properly diagnosed by your doctor or consultant and steps taken to make positive dietary changes.

From a cosmetic viewpoint, in most cases we can use carefully applied, super-light  Mark Glenn hair extensions as a temporary measure to boost thickness and/or length whilst your hair recovers.

Alternatively, where the loss is more substantial or thought to be long-term, our more advanced Kinsey System for female hair loss may be more appropriate.

We can advise accordingly during a free consultation at our London studio.