How Lucinda Ellery Helped Women To Overcome Hair Loss

Hair specialists like Lucinda Ellery know the struggles of women with alopecia areata, for she had been amongst them for a time. It is this loss that motivated her into researching on ways of helping fellow women experiencing hair loss, be it caused by psychological difficulties or illness.

Overcoming Isolation

Positive Lucinda Ellery reviews have indicated that many women experiencing hair loss know the deep impact it brings to their daily lives, as hair is the most visible form of a woman’s identity and femininity.

With her teams of specialists, Lucinda has come up with the Intralace System™, a proprietary weave that easily makes the hair replacement to feel and look like a real hair, even when the woman has no natural or limited hair roots on her head. This innovation has been the choice of many women with alopecia areata and even trichotillomania.

Taking a Proactive Approach to Hair Loss Management

Hair loss is known to have deep emotional and profound psychological impact on the well-being of a woman. Lucinda’s dedication and passion has ushered in a proactive approach towards the management hair loss. Focus is on the use of the Intralace System™ and ultra-fine hair replacement solutions such as Medi Connections™ and other Intralace™ options designed to become semi-permanent and also working with a woman’s existing hair.

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About Lucinda Ellery Reviews

Lucinda Ellery and her team of dedicated staff have been providing professional hair extensions since 1984 and are the number one choice for celebrity hair.
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