Hair & Scalp Clinic Launches New Treatment to Repair Women's Hair

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Hair & Scalp Clinic has designed a new treatment to decrease women’s hair loss.

Hair & Scalp Clinic has announced the launch of a new treatment that is sure to interest women suffering from hair loss.

There has been an increase in women’s hair loss, and this treatment works to counteract that. Launched shortly after Thanksgiving, it’s also meant to diffuse hair loss, and is used to develop women’s weaker hair into adulthood.

The treatments at Hair & Scalp Clinic provide stimulation of the scalp, as well as the nutrients the scalp and hair follicles need for improved hair growth. This results in a stronger, healthier head of hair. While the treatment is not a baldness cure, as it’s not particularly effective when the hair is already gone, it can be the answer for people with thinning or fine hair. Additionally, the treatment will clear up most cases of dandruff, dry and itchy, or oily scalp. Scalp problems such as these can directly affect the replacement or growing phases of the hair and cause the production of smaller, finer hairs in areas that used to have normal ones. A huge difference can be seen within two to three months. Surgical transplanting of hair is typically only recommended as a last result.

Hair & Scalp Clinic is located at 12989 Jupiter Road, Suite 202 in Dallas. Hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. For more information, please visit their website.

About the company:
Stop hair loss the “natural way.” Hair & Scalp Clinic of Texas Inc. is a full-service clinic that provides hair treatment for every type of scalp problem and for every type of condition resulting in hair loss or baldness. Programs are supervised by a registered trichologist. Hair & Scalp’s treatment features no surgery and includes no side effects or harsh chemicals. Contact Hair & Scalp Clinic of Texas Inc. by calling 214-340-0868 or visiting http://www.hairgrower.com.

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