Hair transplants range widely in price depending on the amount of hair you wish to have transplanted. One things for sure though, you better have some pretty deep pockets!
The most commonly used hair transplant procedure is the strip method, which involves the removal of a strip of hair from the back of the head, before planting the individual grafts into areas where the hair grows more thinly. Potential problems with transplant hair loss treatments include scarring, infection and abnormal looking hair growth.
And the price? The princely sum of between £2,000 and £8,000, depending on the amount of hair you wish to transplant.
Laser light therapy is sometimes an effective form of treatment for men who have noticed an increase in their rate of hair loss, so many use it to try to stop the exodus of hair before it’s too late. Success rates are mixed, and perhaps worryingly, the rates of regrowth and the cessation of shedding quoted by different laser hair clinics vary widely.
You can expect to pay anywhere between £40 for a single session to over a £1000 for a year-long treatment. However, laser hair treatment clinics in the
There are a large number of hair loss treatments which can be bought over the counter in tablet form.
This complicated procedure used to be more at home in the cardiology department than the hair loss clinic. Cell therapy involves the manipulation of blood cells to isolate growth proteins which can then be used on your scalp. Got it? Good. This is often used in conjunction with a hair transplant to improve the chances of success.
The bad news is, it’ll cost you in the region of £700; the slightly better news is, when purchased alongside a hair transplant, you’ll only have to fork out about £250 extra for both treatments.
This hair loss treatment offers a proven method of restoring the appearance of a full head of hair. Rather than acting to halt the hair loss, the fibres conceal thinning areas and help to restore the confidence that comes with a full head of air.
But how much will it cost? Well, not much at all actually, a 12g bottle of natural keratin hair fibres costs £20 for a 30 day supply.