Hair Loss Conditions

Expert Information on Hair Loss Conditions from Rituals Hair Lab in Scotter, Near Gainsborough

We specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of scalp and hair disorders in our Lincolnshire hair loss clinic. We can provide expert advice and treatments for a wide range of hair loss conditions including alopecia hair loss, trichotillomania, hair loss in children and male & female pattern baldness.

If you are concerned about thinning hair, hair loss or scalp issues book in for a consultation with our specialists. Many conditions can be improved if caught quickly and with the correct treatments. 

Below, you can find some information on some of the more common hair thinning or hair loss conditions. 

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Alopecia Hair Loss

Alopecia is the medical term for a variety of hair loss conditions, with more than a fifth of women and nearly 50% of all men in the UK expected to experience a form of alopecia.

There are a number of different types of alopecia, including alopecia areata, scarring alopecia and traction alopecia.

Alopecia areata is a condition that causes patches of baldness. It is believed to be a symptom of an immune disorder or, in some cases, a genetic condition. In many cases the hair grows back after about a year although in some cases of alopecia, the hair follicle can be damaged which could lead to permanent hair loss. 

Other types of alopecia include:

  • Traction alopecia - often caused by repeated tension or stress on the hair and its follicles.
  • Male & female pattern baldness or androgenic alopecia - often caused by a combination of genetic and hormonal factors.
  • Diffuse patterned alopecia - often caused by a genetic predisposition.
  • Telogen effluvium - temporary hair loss often caused by a shock to the system.
  • Trichotillomania - hair pulling disorder.

Hair Pulling Disorder - Trichotillomania

Trichotillomania is an impulse controlled condition where a person feels compelled to pull hair out of their head, eyelashes or eyebrows. Impulse-control disorders are more common amongst teenagers and young adults, usually affecting females more often than males. Repeatedly pulling hair from the head or face will result in bald patches and hair loss.

It is important that you seek medical advice from your GP, who may be able to prescribe therapy to control the impulsive behaviour. In the meantime, we can help with your hair loss by offering a variety of cosmetic trichotillomania solutions, such as wigs or hair pieces.

Telogen Effluvium Hair Loss

On average, we naturally shed around 100 hairs every day. If you are suffering from Telogen Effluvium Hair Loss however, you may lose up to 3 times this amount and your hair will start to become thinner. If you have thicker hair, it can take several months to notice that your hair is thinning.

If you notice that your hair is becoming more thin, it is vital that you seek professional help and advice from a hair loss specialist at our Lincolnshire hair loss clinic

Female Pattern Baldness

Female pattern baldness affects up to half of all women and is a surprisingly common problem!   Here at Rituals Hair Lab near Scunthorpe, we see many women suffering from different forms of hair loss, including female pattern baldness. 

If you’ve noticed your hair is looking thinner, our team of hair loss specialists can diagnose the causes of your hair loss and offer a range of solutions including scalp treatments are hair replacement systems.

Male Pattern Baldness

Male pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss amongst men. If you are concerned about thinning hair or hair loss, our experts will work with you to offer a range of treatment options. 

Book a consultation today by calling our hair loss clinic on 01724 764418.  Alternatively, you can complete the form at the bottom of the page.

Cancer and Hair Loss

Losing your hair as a result of cancer treatments can cause partial hair loss, thinning hair or complete hair loss. We understand that hair loss due to cancer treatment can have an emotional impact aside from the physical and we will help to minimise this by providing information and a wide range of treatment options. 

At our hair loss clinic, we hold stock of different types of wigs and hairpieces that you can come and try out in privacy.

Hair Loss in Children

If your child is suffering from hair loss, the effects can be devastating for all involved. Many children with hair falling out may also experience psychological and emotional effects, including a loss of self esteem. As a parent, we understand that your priority is helping to build your child's confidence and help them to recover as swiftly as possible. 

Hair loss in children is quite common, in fact around 40% of all children will experience a form of hair loss at some stage. At our hair loss clinic near Hull, you will find sympathetic support, expert advice and a wide range of children's hair loss treatments.

Book a children's hair loss consultation with our experts today by calling 01724 764418 or by completing the form at the below.

Transgender Hair Services

At Rituals Hair Lab in Scotter, near Scunthorpe, we can effectively assist clients at each stage of their transgender transition.

We understand the obstacles the transgender community face when it comes to their hair. We offer transgender clients at all stages of their transition a place of sanctuary and support where we will work with you to create the hair you've been dreaming of. If you are suffering from hair loss, thinning hair or simply want instant longer or thicker locks, there are a number of solutions available in our clinic.   

We specialise in providing high quality hair volumisers, synthetic and human hair wigs and hair extensions to suit the individual needs of our transgender clients.