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The Hair Centre Products And Treatments: Are manufactured under the close supervision of our chief chemist from the Royal Society of Chemistry and a member of the Institute of Trichology, London.

The Hair Centre for Hair Research, design, develop and manufacture hair loss products with strong technical research and backing, for men and women worried about their hair loss conditions. Each product is manufactured under the close supervision of our founder and chief chemist from the Royal Society of Chemistry and a member of the Institute […]

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The Hair Centre for Hair Research, design, develop and manufacture hair loss products with strong technical research and backing, for men and women worried about their hair loss conditions.

Each product is manufactured under the close supervision of our founder and chief chemist from the Royal Society of Chemistry and a member of the Institute of Trichology, London.

The finished products are offered in high presentation packaging for use in specialised hair loss centres around the world.

Using The Hair Centre products couldn’t be easier, just let your consultant tell you which one is right for you. Used in conjunction with products from our General Hair Care range, you will be ensuring that you are giving your hair and scalp every chance of promoting hair growth.

Our products are safe to use and free of side effects. In common with similar products, diabetics and pregnant women should consult their doctor before using any supplements or topical lotions.

Androgenic Alopecia is a genetically acquired condition leading to the eventual atrophy and loss of the hair and hair follicle and as such is essentially an irreversible process. All topical treatments, whilst clinically proven to reverse hair loss, should be considered as preventative treatments which aim to stabilise an existing precondition.

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