Hair Club2023-11-01T11:41:18+02:00
Medical Hair Restoration Products
Treat and stop your hair loss with our Gold Standard scheduled prescription and non-prescription products

Recommended by South Africa's top hair loss Doctors

Ongoing Doctor support

SAHPRA approved products

Easy online process with direct shipping

*South African Health Products Regulatory Authority

Shadow
Medical Hair Restoration Products
Treat and stop your hair loss with our Gold Standard scheduled prescription and non-prescription products

Recommended by South Africa's top hair loss Doctors

Ongoing Doctor support

SAHPRA approved products

Easy online process with direct shipping

*South African Health Products Regulatory Authority

Shadow

Tired Of Hair Loss? Join Our Exclusive Hair Club

If you are tired of hair loss then you need to join Medical Hair Restoration’s exclusive Hair Club.

Complete consult to join hair club
Complete your online consult

Your first step to join our Hair Club is to complete and pay for your online consult then wait for our doctors to contact you.

Consultation to join hair club
Virtual one-to-one consultation with our doctors

Communicate with our Doctors and receive you script with recommended treatment plan, all online.

Hair Club delivery
Purchase your plan and receive your delivery of medication. Free shipping.

Make a purchase or sign-up and receive your order. Free shipping included.

Hair Club products
Use your product

Use your product 3 to 6 months to see results and continue using to maintain your results. Stay subscribed to our Hair Club to continue receiving your product.

Personalised Hair Loss Treatments For Your Every Need

Prevention

  • Powerful SAHPRA-approved medication
  • 1 Scheduled prescription medication

The most common treatment would be Minoxidil for females and DHT blockers for men.

Get this treatment plan: Standard

Receding Hairline and Thinning Hair

  • Powerful SAHPRA-approved medication
  • 1 Scheduled prescription medication
  • Another scheduled prescription medication, exclusive shampoo or vitamin

Medication that works by inhibiting the enzyme responsible for converting testosterone to DHT.

Get this treatment plan: Boost

Thinning and Bald Spots

  • Powerful SAHPRA-approved medication
  • 1 Scheduled prescription medication
  • Another scheduled prescription medication, derma roller or vitamin
  • Formule 501 or similar

Formule 501 is a complex combination of proven hair loss prevention medication in a topical tonic solution.

Get this treatment plan: Specialist

Overall Thinning

  • Powerful SAHPRA approved medication
  • A specialist combination of proven hair loss products as recommended by our doctors

Specialised scheduled medication used to treat alopecia.

Get this treatment plan: Specialist Boost

Hair Club
Complete your online consult

1. Fill in a quick questionaire and consult with our doctor.

Purchase your treatment

2. Purchase your treatment plan to become part of our Hair Club.

Hair Club
Receive your parcel

3. Delivered to your door. Free shipping included.

Use your product

4. Use and wait for your results 3 to 6 months after 1st use.

Your Hair Loss Questions Answered

Signs and symptoms of hair loss2022-05-05T08:39:18+02:00

Hair loss can manifest itself in a variety of ways. It’s possible you’ll notice that:

  • The hair on your head is gradually thinning
  • A bald patch is getting larger
  • With each passing year, a receding hairline becomes more obvious.
  • The parting of your hair is gradually widening
  • Your ponytail is thinner

Millions of people experience these hair loss symptoms, which usually come gradually. These symptoms might be subtle, so you may go months or years without seeing hair loss.

While many persons with hair loss exhibit one or more of these symptoms, hair loss can also manifest itself in other ways.

Aside from your scalp, hair loss can occur elsewhere.

While hair loss is most commonly associated with the scalp, certain disorders can result in hair loss on other parts of the body. Alopecia areata is a disorder that causes hair loss in any area that hair grows on the body. Alopecia areata often affects the scalp, but it can cause hair loss of the:

  • Eyebrows
  • Eyelashes
  • Beard
  • Nose hairs
  • Pubic hair

Alopecia areata causes some people to lose hair on their body. This condition is then called the Alopecia universalis condition.

Another illness that causes hair loss on the scalp and elsewhere is frontal fibrosing alopecia. Some people lose their brows, eyelashes, and hair on other parts of their bodies.

It’s also possible your head hair is spared while hair loss occurs elsewhere. Wearing tight clothing, shoes, or socks can promote hair loss in areas where there is constant rubbing.

Symptoms and other signs of hair loss

While thinning hair is generally the only indication of hair loss, some people experience additional symptoms as well. You may experience hair loss in addition to:

  • Burning or stinging (more common in alopecia areata).
  • Intense itching, burning, or tenderness (may indicate an infection).
  • Scaly bald patches, typically with open sores or blisters that exude pus (may be the signs of a fungal infection on the scalp).
  • Swelling, redness and ulcers that may itch and leak pus (may indicate Folliculitis decalvans).
  • Scaly psoriasis patches on your scalp. Most people with psoriasis develop it on their scalp at some point, which can result in temporary hair loss.

The signs and symptoms you experience are determined by the cause of your hair loss.

Source: Mayo Clinic

What causes hair loss?2022-05-05T10:24:11+02:00

Hair loss can be caused by a variety of factors. It’s possible that the cause of your hair loss will decide if your hair:

  • Falls out gradually or suddenly
  • Thins
  • Requires treatment to regrow
  • Is irreversible and immediate attention is required.

Causes of hair loss

  • Hereditary hair loss
  • Age
  • Alopecia areata
  • Cancer treatment
  • Childbirth, illness, or other stressors
  • Hair care
  • Hairstyle pulls on your scalp
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Scalp infection
  • Medication
  • Scalp psoriasis
  • Pulling your hair
  • Scarring alopecia
  • Sexually transmitted infection
  • Thyroid disease
  • Too little biotin, iron, Vit D or B12, protein, or zinc
  • Friction
  • Slow Poisoning

Source: American Academy of Dermatology Association

Facts about hair loss2022-05-05T10:22:48+02:00

Hair loss, also known as alopecia, is a highly prevalent condition that affects a wide range of people, and may be due to natural or unnatural causes. Alopecia affects both men and women, and it can have a detrimental impact on self-esteem and confidence. If you’re curious about the different forms of hair loss, the treatments that are available, and the causes, here are 10 hair loss facts that you may or may not be aware of.

  1. Male Pattern Baldness can be passed down the generations, and hair loss normally begins later in life. Hair loss can develop significantly sooner in certain males, and they may notice hair loss or thinning of the hair as early as their 20s. Male Pattern Baldness typically begins with receding hairlines and progresses to thinning hair at the crown and temples. This forms a horseshoe shape around your head’s sides and occiput (back of the head).
  2. Women might also experience hair loss. Female-pattern hair loss is more well-known, and it affects fewer women. This form of hair loss is frequently seen in postmenopausal women and can be inherited. Female-pattern baldness starts at the crown of the head and includes hair thinning.
  3. A form of hair loss that may affect both men and women is called alopecia areata. This illness affects the scalp and is frequently brought on by an autoimmune disorder. When you have this autoimmune illness, your immune system attacks your hair follicles, resulting in hair loss. Damage to hair follicles is frequently temporary and can be reversed with the correct treatment.
  4. Minox and Finas oral and topical can help you regain your hair. These hair loss treatments operate by inhibiting the synthesis of an enzyme that transforms your body’s testosterone into DHT and by pushing hair out of their resting phase and back into their growing phase. Hair follicles are known to be affected by the dihydrotestosterone hormone (DHT), which can lead to hair loss.
  5. Every day, we lose some hair. On average, humans have 100,000 hairs on their heads, and they lose 50 to 100 hairs per day naturally. Hair loss varies in intensity from person to person, and it may be more noticeable in individuals with long hair. Our hair cycle normally creates more hair than we lose; however, hair loss can occur when the cycle begins to produce less hair.
  6. Although not all types of hair loss can be prevented, there are a number of ways and treatments that can help to lessen hair thinning and slow down hair loss. Hair loss shampoo comes in a variety of forms that can help strengthen your hair and revitalize your scalp, allowing you to keep the hair you have in good condition.
  7. You may be aggravating your hair loss. If you dye your hair with chemicals and colors on a daily basis, it can be quite damaging to your hair. Hot curlers, straighteners, and hair dryers are all the same. The heat from the equipment might weaken the proteins in your hair, causing it to lose its strength and break.
  8. Pay attention to how you style your hair. Traction alopecia is a kind of hair loss that occurs as a result of persistent hair stress. When you pull your hair back too tightly for a hairstyle, it stresses the scalp and inhibits hair production, which can lead to hair loss over time. This sort of hair loss is often avoidable, and permanent baldness from traction alopecia is quite unusual if your hair is properly cared for.
  9. The usual lifespan of your hair is two to six years. The hair growth cycle is a continuous process that occurs in every strand of hair on your head. When a strand of hair sheds, a new strand of hair begins to grow in its place.

Source: Cooppharmacy

What medical treatments can help for hair loss?2022-05-05T10:25:45+02:00

Due to South African telehealth laws, we are prohibited from mentioning particular medicines by name.

  • Topical solutions, often in foam, spray and ampule concentrate.
  • Oral medications, very effective for woman and extremely effective for men due to its hormone blocking properties – these hormones may cause hair loss.
  • Vitamins such as Biotin and D3 can assist in hair growth
  • Medical Hair Restoration is licensed to dispense prescription medicine specifically designed for you. It may be a mixture of both oral and topical.
Are side effects common when using Medical Hair Restoration’s hair loss products?2022-05-13T10:11:58+02:00

The products you will be using have some of the lowest side-effect profiles of all prescription medication. Most have been available for many, many years and have been used safely by millions of people world-wide. That said, if you do experience any unwanted or concerning side-effects, do not hesitate to contact us and if we are not available you should contact your nearest doctor or clinic.

Is there a hair loss cure?2022-05-13T10:17:57+02:00

Because there are so many different causes of hair loss this is not a simple question to answer. In some situations, like an acute telogen effluvium (sudden shedding of large amounts of hair), simply waiting for the stressful episode to pass will often allow all the hair to regrow. Many hair loss conditions, however, cannot be cured and only treatments are available to improve the symptoms. Finally, when a follicle is permanently lost and completely bald, smooth skin is left, as in male pattern balding, there is no cure or medical treatment that can help. Only a hair transplant can replace the lost hair.

Hair Club
Loss Prevention

If male pattern baldness runs in your family and you are concerned about losing your hair, you should get ahead of the game because therapy can take time to work.

Hair Club
Receding Hairline

For men, seeing more forehead is generally due to a combination of genetics and aging. There's medication that can prevent and often reverse the process.

Hair Club
Thinning at the Crown

Androgenic alopecia causes bald spots on the top of the head in certain men. As the anagen or growth phase of the follicle shortens over time, the scalp becomes more visible.

Hair Club
Thinning All Over

If you’re seeing more of your scalp, balding all over, or styling is getting more difficult, a prescription medication can still help. It’s normal for hair follicles to disappear as men age and the treatment we offer can help protect or reactivate them.

Specialist hair loss doctors from Africa’s top hair loss clinic are here to assist you

We’re here to help you combat your hair loss. Start an online consultation today with one of our experts for clinically proven medicine and guidance that is tailored just for you!

Specialist hair loss doctors from Africa’s top hair loss clinic are here to assist you

We’re here to help you combat your hair loss. Start an online consultation today with one of our experts for clinically proven medicine and guidance that is tailored just for you!

Hair Club Doctor Ryan Jankelowitz
Hair Club Doctor Taher Rasool
Hair Club
Hair Club Doctor Chrisna Ludick
Take action today by starting our hair loss questionnaire. Our doctors will be in touch soon and recommend the right treatment option for you.
Hair Club Treatment
Standard Treatment

Standard Topical or Oral SAHPRA approved medication. This treatment is the gold standard in treating hair loss for males and females with a variety of hair loss issues.

Hair Club Treatment
Boost Treatment

Get the gold standard treatment with Oral or Topical SAHPRA approved medication with the addition of our exclusive shampoo. This potent combination has shown great results.

Hair Club Treatment
Specialist Treatment

Powerful SAHPRA approved medication combined with a derma roller and an exclusive Medical Hair Restoration tonic called Formule 501, or similar. This treatment may also include a hair growth vitamin.

Hair Club Treatment
Specialist Boost Treatment

Medical Hair Restoration doctors combine a robust selection of medications to combat hair loss. This can include inhibitors, our exclusive Formule 501 and standard SAHPRA approved medication.

Purchase our non-prescription products to combat hair loss and promote overall hair health

Try our non-prescription products to fight hair loss and enhance your hairs’ health. You do not need to join our Hair Club to purchase these products.

Have you joined our exclusive Hair Club? Say goodbye to hair loss by joining our exclusive Hair Club today!

Go to Top