Alopecia in Liverpool

Alopecia in Liverpool If you need treatment for alopecia in Liverpool, you are welcome to schedule an appointment with us. Both men and women can suffer from alopecia, and this condition can affect up to 5% of the population. There are numerous causes of hair loss, some hair loss is hereditary, whereas others can be caused by hormonal changes in the body or as a result of certain types of medication. Losing one’s hair can often leave a person feeling self-conscious and embarrassed. If you are concerned about hair loss, pay us a visit. We offer a range of different hair loss treatments.

We normally recommend low level laser hair treatment to patients suffering from alopecia, balding and hair loss. In Liverpool, alopecia can be best treated with a combination of both laser and Nioxin treatment to provide visible results. Low level laser therapy has been shown to stop hair loss and encourage improved regrowth for both men and women. It’s a non-invasive treatment, and 95% of patients see a significant improvement in a short space of time. The treatment is also very safe and painless, plus, if you’ve just had hair transplants, it can help in the growth and healing process as well. We have a number of treatments that can be combined to provide you with better results. If you would like to find out more, please call the clinic for a free initial booking. You can also enjoy discounted prices (terms and conditions apply). We have a state-of-the-art facility at your disposal, and we follow all the rules and regulations set by the CQC, and the last time they checked, we met all the national standards.

Alopecia in Liverpool can be effectively treated. We don’t just offer our clients effective treatments that will make their life more enjoyable, but we also look out for their personal comfort and safety. To find out how we can assist you with alopecia, contact Epilight today.   Our low level laser therapy is a non-Invasive treatment. It is also safe, has no side effects, it is comfortable and pain-free.

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