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Restored by doctor’s scalpel

Before November 25, Julia Murray* disliked what she saw in the mirror - a higher and wider forehead than she wanted. Two hours after surgery, her life had changed forever.The 33-year-old Cape Town designer became the first South African to undergo a new surgical procedure that reduces the size of a forehead by as much as 3cm. Murray said her [...]

By |May 23rd, 2016|In the News|Comments Off on Restored by doctor’s scalpel

Hair today, bald tomorrow

Losing hair is not fun. Nobody likes seeing hair on their brush or, worse, seeing skin where there is supposed to be a luscious mane. While women are willing to talk about their hair problems, men are more reticent, even though men have bigger hair-related problems like balding. You’d have to be blind to miss the peek-a-boo hairlines of men [...]

By |October 21st, 2011|In the News|Comments Off on Hair today, bald tomorrow

Quest for that perfect crowning glory

A concoction of opium, horseradish, pigeon droppings and beetroot was a remedy offered for baldness by the father of modern medicine Hippocrates, who battled hair loss himself. The ancient Egyptian recipe included “toes of a dog and a hoof of an ass”, according to the HairLossLearningCenter. Dr Craig Ress, left, performs a hair transplant on a patient. Picture: Candice Chaplin [...]

By |June 15th, 2011|In the News|Comments Off on Quest for that perfect crowning glory