We are thrilled to be one of the organisations support the John Lewis & Partners Breast Cancer Support Event.
If you, or someone you are close to, have been affected by breast cancer come along to this wonderful event on Wednesday 17th July for some really great advice and support on helping you look and feel more confident.
As well as demonstrations and talks from Benefit and Clarins, the Christos team will be on hand to guide you through our expert solutions for coping with hair loss and how to look after your hair and scalp in preparation for your treatment, while you are ungoing treatment and when your hair starts to grow back.
We can talk you through our advanced combination therapies as well as offer fully researched nutritional advice and of course, we will have a collection of wigs and headwear for you to have a look and feel of what is available and what will suit you.
Please do join us at this wonderful event and bring a friend or two for support, you can even grab a glass of bubbly.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your place.
Here at the Christos Hair Group, we have lots of clients come to us with different forms of alopecia. Our Patient Hair Care Technicians have great knowledge and training when it comes to help and advise on hair loss and hair thinning.
There are different forms of Alopecia, all affecting both men and woman in different ways.
- Alopecia Totalis (AT) (Total loss of the hair on the scalp)
- Alopecia Universalis (AU) (Total loss of all hair on the body)
- Traction Alopecia – Traction alopecia is usually due to excessive pulling or tension on hair shafts as a result of certain hair styles. It is seen more often in women, particularly those of East Indian and Afro-Caribbean origin. Hair loss depends on the way the hair is being pulled. Prolonged traction alopecia can stop new hair follicles developing and lead to permanent hair loss.
- Scarring Alopecia (A form of alopecia which leaves scarring on the area of hair loss)
- Telogen Effluvium – A form of hair loss where more than normal amounts of hair fall out. There is a general ‘thinning’ of the hair. Unlike some other hair and scalp conditions, it is temporary and the hair growth usually recovers.