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How A Teen Rebuilt Her Confidence Through Hair Replacement System

by hjiadmin / last updated May 20, 2019

Robyn Hoban demonstrating the results of the Unlimited Hairloss Solutions' procedure

Unlimited Hairloss Solutions is a Yorkshire-based hair loss clinic specialising in non-surgical hair replacement methods for women and transgender women.

The company has recently helped a Leeds-born teen after near-death car crash that took the lives of four other passengers in June 2018.

Robyn Hoban, a 17-year-old, broke several bones in her neck, spine and pelvis, and lost an entire section of her scalp. She went under operation to refit her scalp, which subsequently left her with extensive head scarring and temporary hair loss. After months of surgery Robyn has turned to Unlimited Hairloss Solution’s all female team and their affordable and non-invasive way of hair replacement solutions.

The non-surgical solutions company has been working with her for the past four months. After consultation with the award-winning resident Trichologist, Eva Proudman, the teen was accepted into their Integration system, which comprises a handmade lace integration mesh. The mesh is designed to be a permanent disguise for hair loss and hair thinning.

The breathable and easy to use system creates the illusion of a fully-grown hair, while allowing the re-grown of her natural hair underneath. Hoban removed her Integration recently and has demonstrated the effective life-changing results of Unlimited Hairloss Solutions’ services.

Hayley Jennings, founder and co-director, Unlimited Hairloss Solutions said: “Having to cope with such traumatic physical and mental devastation, and at such a young age, can make an issue such as hair replacement appear superficial and trivial. However we found that giving Robyn the opportunity to take control of her situation, and restore both her appearance and her confidence, really helped her to cope with what she went through.”

With a restored appearance and newly built confidence, Robyn has plans to attend university to study nursing with a career goal of becoming an intensive care nurse.

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