HairClone: is the concept the future of hair restoration?

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Earlier this year, we announced HairClone, the world’s first follicle bank. It’s an innovative new technology that allows patients to preserve their hair follicles for future use, with the intention of making hair loss a thing of the past. The process kicks off with a consultation, where a surgeon will assess the patient to decide […]

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Do alternative remedies cure baldness?

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We all love a quick fix, but when it comes to reversing hair loss, a US study has revealed that alternative therapies won’t do much to help your hair grow – or, in most cases, do anything at all. Scientists from the University of California, Irvine, looked into past research on more than 20 popular […]

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Can a bad hair transplant be fixed?

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These days, newer hair transplant techniques such as FUE and Strip FUT are used by the majority of surgeons, but older techniques such as scalp reduction and hair plugs have left their mark on many patients – literally. Hair plugs were widely used until they were replaced by newer transplant techniques in the 1990s. The […]

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The biggest hair transplant myths

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Despite the fact that hair transplants have been around for decades – the first surgery was performed in New York in 1952 – there are a lot of myths and misconceptions about the procedure. In an era of ‘fake news’, it can be difficult to separate fact from fiction, so here are a few of […]

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Team Farjo heads to Aesthetic Medicine North

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The Farjo team attended the BAHRS Autumn Regional Meeting at Manchester Central as part of Aesthetic Medicine North, an annual event for medical aesthetic practitioners. A mixture of hair transplant surgeons, trichologists, hair transplant surgical assistants, clinic owners, patient advisors and semi-permanent pigmentation practitioners from across the country came together to attend the meeting, An […]