New hair loss clinic for women opens in Scotland


MORE than 8 million in the UK suffer from hair loss and a new Scots clinic is the first of its kind in Scotland to offer a dedicated solution to hair loss women.

Managing Director Lucas Sojka of Hair Solved has several years of experience in providing hair loss solutions for women and worked as a senior designer for a world renowned hair loss consultancy, with celebrity women among his clientele.

Lucas has developed The Enhancer – an innovative, non surgical, risk free cosmetic hair system exclusive to Hair Solved.

The bespoke system provides a natural looking solution to hair loss which combines hair extensions and mesh.

Hair Solved’s Glasgow clinic can offer hair systems for all types of female hair loss including; alopecia, genetic thinning, post pregnancy, trichotillomania and hair loss associated with chemotherapy.

They treat all types of cases of female hair loss across its four UK clinics in High Barnet (London), Whitburn (Manchester) Glasgow (Scotland) and Belfast (Northern Ireland).

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  1. Kristy,

    Thanks for presenting this article. There do appear to be a number of “treatments” for women including the use of hair extensions to mask the appearance of thinning. I’ve seen some of these treatments in action and they certainly do quite well. Like anything else however, I know regular maintenence is required which can be costly and time consuming. However, it’s great to see another option for women in addition to non-surgical solutions and surgical hair restoration.

    Best wishes,

    Bill – Managing Publisher of the Hair Loss Learning Center and the Hair Loss Discussion Forum

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