A Derby clinic is pledging support for Alopecia sufferers by donating a percentage of their profits to ncharity.
September marks the annual Alopecia Awareness Month, supporting roughly 50% of the male and nfemale population over the age of 50 who experience hair loss. AURORA East Midlands, specialists in offering solutions to Alopecia and hair loss sufferers, are backing the cause by making a 5%donation of their profits from Scalp Micropigmentation treatments carried out during the awareness month.
Scott Marson, MD of AURORA East Midlands explains:
“AURORA East Midlands is about offering clients the chance to feel themselves again, to look in the mirror and recognise the person looking back at them. Our treatments have been created specifically for individuals experiencing hair loss on any scale, whether that be male pattern baldness which affects around 50% of men aged over 50, or widespread thinning of the hair (Telogen effluvium)caused by illness, medication or emotional stress.”
He continues: “What many people don’t realise is that hair loss is a massive issue for women, as well as men. Hormone-induced female pattern baldness can leave the scalp patchy, but densification treatments eliminate the obvious patches of hair loss.”
AURORA East Midlands’ Scalp Micropigmentation involves the application of tiny dots of pigment below the surface of the skin across the scalp to reconstruct the look of hair follicles, and can be performed on whole heads or patches of baldness. The treatment is particularly effective at reconstructing hair lines, and is said to make clients look and feel 10 years younger.
AURORA East Midlands is the only clinic of its kind in the Derby area, and was launched in summer2016 under the guidance of the Finishing Touches Group, a UK leader in Scalp Micropigmentation. The clinic is discreet and private, with onsite car parking and easy access from the city centre. It is also fully accessible to wheelchair users.