Looking after your hair after your hair transplant is of paramount importance. If you correctly care for your newly transplanted hair in the short and long term, you can ensure you don’t encounter any problems further down the line.
It’s taken us a few moments to catch our breath after realising that Christmas is only two days away. Where has 2016 gone? It seems to have passed us by much quicker than 2015 did… maybe it’s because we’ve been even busier this year!
Aside from hosting a variety of contests to allow our clients and followers on our blog and social media (psst, we’re on Google+ and Twitter) a chance to win fantastic prizes, we’ve been busy transforming the lives of many people through our incredible hair replacement services.
Christmas is a very special time of year, and we love to the season of giving. Which is why we have a fantastic offer available!
At KSL, we specialise in providing the FUE hair transplant procedure. As such, if you book an appointment before the 20th of December, you can have a fantastic, high quality FUE procedure within the next year!
And that’s not all! You can also get £500 cashback and if you are one of the first fifty clients to book an appointment, you will also be placed into another draw for £1000 cash given to you on the 20th of December.
This is a fantastic offer, but there’s a lot more to it than that. Here are some ways in which this offer can help you in the new year.
One of the services that we can provide at KSL is the highly regarded FUE hair transplant. We are specialised in performing this hair restoration treatment and our expert hair specialists know everything about the procedure. But how did this treatment start out in the first place?
Whether you’ve just started to notice an increased hair loss on a daily basis or you’ve been suffering with hair loss for a while, undergoing a procedure such as a FUE hair transplant may have already crossed your mind.
While you may think that you are the perfect candidate for a hair transplant because of the amount of hair that you have lost, there are many different aspects that specialists need to take into consideration when deciding if a hair transplant is suitable for you.
Whether you’re someone who has recently undergone a FUE hair transplant or someone who has been lucky enough to have a full head of hair all your life, your hair needs to be looked after in order for it to stay strong and healthy.
Hair loss is something that many people around the world suffer with on a daily basis, and although it is impossible to reverse this process through diet alone, there are some key supplements that your hair needs to grow. Working these into your diet will aid the success of your treatment, and start you on the journey to thicker, fuller hair!
FUE, or follicle unit extraction, relates to a less invasive and more effective hair transplant process than most. At KSL, we invest in the best procedures, ensuring you have a smooth recovery time and a non-traumatic operation. Unlike grafting, FUE hair transplants will provide you with the results you want, with no visible scarring and a fast recovery process.
No matter what situation you are in at the moment, requiring a hair transplant can be a sensitive situation; talking to someone can be harder than anticipated or maybe you are not comfortable talking about it at all.
At KSL, we respect the fact that a hair transplant is a sensitive topic, which is why we have made the decision that you might possibly make in the future easier than ever. Here are the different stages that come before a hair transplant, to make sure that you know exactly what it involves.
The autumn and winter months can really take its toll on the condition of your hair. If you’re thinking that you can just resolve the problem with a hat, well you don’t have to. With our top tips on how to help your hair handle this cold season, you can style and show your hair off without a problem.
Over the past few years, hair care product adverts have flooded our television screens, magazines and internet pages, with an array of products promising us silky, shiny hair. However, what many people overlook is the need to take care of your scalp.
While we all desire luscious, sleek locks and will spend hundreds of pounds a year to achieve this, by getting to the root of the problem and addressing scalp problems, you could achieve beautiful hair much more easily. It is estimated that around 70% of men, women and children suffer from scalp problems, and with an abundance of different conditions, that itching scalp may not just be dandruff.