rich emollient used in the management of eczema, psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.


We’re delighted to launch our newest support programme, myhairloss. Like all our support programmes, it’s been written by experts and it’s free of charge to anyone who registers for it.

myhairloss runs for 21 weeks and is suitable for anyone looking for additional support to help manage and control their hair loss. Topics covered range from different types of hair loss and treatment options to psychological impacts, from shampoo and conditioner advice to hair transplantation and regeneration, extensions, colouring, wigs and micropigmentation. The programme also includes the latest research, and hints & tips. You can sign up for the programme here. If you do, you’ll receive 21 weeks of dedicated information, sent to you by email in bite-size chunks.

It’s been a long time since losing hair was a taboo subject, back when people did their utmost to literally cover up any loss of hair and keep it as secret as possible. Today, there are even charity events which focus solely on hair loss. talkhealth attended one such event in London, in September. The ‘Get Ahead of Hair Loss’ charity event looked at the cosmetic side of hair loss, the science behind it and, importantly, the psychological impact. Losing hair can, of course, affect people’s confidence and their wellbeing.

talkhealth went along to hear the latest findings from industry experts and promote our new support programme.

A full schedule of interesting speakers at the show, included researchers and lecturers, campaigners, trichologists, hair stylists and Olympians, and one of talkhealth’s bloggers, Dr Sharon Wong (right), a well-respected dermatologist.

You might already know that talkhealth has a growing portfolio of free support programmes that are already benefitting thousands of people across the UK. They include myrosacea, myeczemachild, mydryskin and mywound, all of which contain valuable advice and self-care tips delivered weekly by email. We’ll soon be launching a few new programmes, including mywellbeing, mymentalwellbeing, myIBS and mydentalcare.

Take a look at our support programme page to find out more about them, and to register.




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