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.
Washing your hair everyday isn’t healthy – you strip away the natural oils. It will also make the hair a lot more breakable and weaker. Because of this, finding the right hair style that looks fashionable and conceals your unwashed hair is essential.
Hair can get dirty very quickly due to hair products, pollution, dust, and sweat, and your luscious locks can easily become limp and dull.
It has certainly been a glorious summer, one of the best in years, and even those of us who haven’t managed to go abroad have been basking in the sunshine here in the UK. While all those sunny days, swimming parties and backyard barbecues have been wonderful for our morale, they have not been so kind to our hair. Most of us have hair that is dried out from heat, chlorine, salt and sea breezes and now is the time to give it some TLC.
If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably been glued to your TV screen recently, watching Team GB in the Olympics. With 19 gold medals already won – 50 overall – it’s fair to say that we’re performing amazingly!
The events that we love to watch the most are the swimming and the diving – events we’re close to winning even more medals for! It got us thinking about how all our favourite Olympians manage to keep their hair in such perfect condition?
Once you have acquired yours, you will notice an immediate improvement of your quality of life. However, you may also be wondering what sort of specific care you should give to your new locks. And you are right, because hair replacements demand their own specific treatments to stay as healthy and stunning as the first day they were applied.