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Hair loss: Finding help


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Medically Reviewed by Dr Rob Hicks

Organisations

Use these resources to find more information and support about hair loss and the concerns you may have.

Little Princess Trust

A charity that provides very high quality wigs free of charge to children experiencing hair loss due to cancer treatment.

littleprincesses.org.uk

Alopecia UK

Alopecia UK aims is to provide information, advice and support for people with experience of alopecia areata, alopecia totalis and alopecia universalis.

alopeciaonline.org.uk

My New Hair

UK charity focussing on providing responsible, nurse led education and training, giving support for those who suffer medical hair loss and who require natural looking wigs.

mynewhair.org

Alopecia Awareness

Alopecia Awareness’ website is designed to enable people with hair loss educate themselves to minimise the effect this widely misunderstood condition has on them, allowing people to get on with their lives. It says the most important thing to remember is ‘you are not alone’.

alopecia-awareness.org.uk

The Institute of Trichologists

Registered members of this professional body can provide specialist advice for hair problems including wigs, hair transplants, hair loss, scalp problems, alopecia, dandruff, receding hair, baldness, hair thinning and hair growth.

trichologists.org.uk

Reviewed on October 10, 2016

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