Hair loss awareness survey

Survey ends: 1 June 2018

Are you, or is someone you care for, living with hair loss? Hair loss/hair thinning can be a frightening and also a psychologically damaging issue that many people experience at any age. At talkhealth we would like to support people further with hair loss, so we are working with the campaign GAoHL – (Get Ahead of Hair Loss) to understand a bit more about peoples experiences with hair loss and awareness around hair loss. Enter our survey today for a chance to win a bundle of hair goodies (e.g. a full size Elasticizer treatment from Philip Kingsley the award winning, bestselling hair treatment worth £34).

There are many causes for hair loss, including stress, nutritional deficiency, medications, hormone changes, auto-immune conditions and genetics to name a few. Some cases depending on the cause can be temporary and hair will grow back in time, whereas others may experience permanent loss. Whether it has affected you or someone you care for, share your experiences from GP appointments to the products you have used to help.

10 lucky people will be drawn to receive a great bundle of goodies from well-known names that are sponsoring the GAoHL event, such as 10 x full size Elasticizer treatments from Philip Kingsley, the award winning, bestselling hair treatment worth £34. Plus and most importantly we have 10 free tickets to the GAoHL conference in London on Sunday 30th September.

Please note as always your responses will be kept in the strictest of confidence by talkhealth and your personal details will not be passed to any third parties. Thank you.

Information contained in the survey promo pages have been supplied by companies who have paid to promote here. talkhealth does not endorse any specific products, brands or treatments and cannot vouch or verify any claims that the authors have made. talkhealth cannot provide any advice on whether a particular product or treatment is suitable. If you are in any doubt about any of the products you read about, we advise you to either contact the company concerned or seek medical advice before changing your treatment routine.