Chemotherapy is no small treatment. It is provided for people diagnosed with cancer to eliminate cancerous cells in the body. Unfortunately, this treatment often results in the person experiencing severe hair loss. This happens because chemotherapy can damage hair follicles and cells that contribute to hair growth.

Regrowing your hair after chemotherapy can be a very slow process. The hair that does grow back is often thin, a different colour and texture from your original hair, and does not completely cover your scalp as it did beforehand. This can be a devastating experience on top of everything else.

What You May Experience

Usually 2-4 weeks after chemotherapy treatments begin, many people may experience different extremes of hair loss. Some peoples’ hair may gradually thin out, or have their hair appear on their bathtub or pillows instead, or have clumps of hair fall out when they brush it. Any experienced hair loss is not exclusively just on the scalp; some people may lose facial hair, eyebrows, eyelashes, and other body hairs.

What We Can Do For You

Hairlogica understand how devastating hair loss in general can be, so we are aware of how much worse it must seem when it has happened due to cancer. Hairlogica supports our many clients in hair loss prevention and hair regrowth maintenance. Our hair loss treatment options are ideal for cancer survivors who want their hair back. Our staff are understanding how sensitive this issue can be, so we strive to give you a better quality of life through having a full head of hair again.

Contact Us Today

If you are a cancer survivor who has experienced any hair loss, Hairlogica can help you. Contact Hairlogica today on (03) 8844 9600 for our effective hair loss treatment.