We service clients from this suburb at Our St Kilda Road Melbourne Clinic or Murrumbeena Clinic

in Parkville

Stop Hair Loss…
Hair Regrowth Results With
Herbal Follicular Activation (HFA).

Female Hair Loss Treatment

Male Hair Loss Treatment

Alopecia Areata Treatment

Hfa – The Most Effective & Natural Hair Loss Treatment

Hair Regrowth Clinics In Melbourne & Brisbane

Great news for all hair loss sufferers in Fitzroy! Australian Hair & Scalp Clinics, the leaders in treating male/female pattern hair loss and Alopecia Areata (AA), have one of their specialized clinics very close to you! We have perfected the science of hair regrowth with a unique treatment process called Herbal Follicular Activation (or HFA). It’s a process that firstly stimulates, secondly nourishes and thirdly detoxifies hair follicles leading to a follicle that functions far better than ever before. When hair follicles function well, they grow new hair which is strong and healthy. A further advantage of HFA for the treatment of male/female pattern hair loss and AA is that you can grow new hair without swallowing pharmaceutical medicines which often cause painful health side effects. We are pleased to announce that HFA is a very relaxing, safe, non-toxic and effective way to treat your hair loss. For most of our clients, in just 6-8 months, significant improvement in one’s hair condition can be seen. With their new hair delight and gratitude follows.

Questions for You: Does laying down, relaxing and letting someone else do the treatment for you sound a nice idea? Are you busy with work or family commitments and have no time to take care of your hair? If this is the case, then our highly efficient once per month in-clinic treatments could be for you. Just visit one of our clinics once per month and enjoy peace and quiet for at least an hour as our experienced, caring staff works gently on your scalp.

Or would you prefer to self-manage your hair problem in your own home? You need not attend regular appointments at our clinic with our home use treatment program. It takes just 5-10 minutes to perform each day, you could even do it while enjoying your favourite television show.

Our Home Use programs may include all or some of the following products:

Are you wanting to find out how HFA can help you regrow new, shiny hair? If this is the case, the first step is to book an appointment with our certified Trichologist who will assess the cause and stage of your hair loss. They will then explain to you an all-natural herbal treatment plan that targets your exact condition. We also recommend our Trichologist’s assessment before purchasing hair regrowth products online. This could save you hundreds of dollars as buying products online without first seeing a trichologist often results in spending more than you need to as well as not targeting your particular hair loss problem.

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    A Professional Assessment by Our Certified Trichologist is needed before starting treatment. Our Trichologist will recommend the most suitable treatment for your individual case (which could be either herbal or surgical).

    Why Book A Consultation?

    • Certified Hair & Scalp Specialist (Trichologist) available
    • Understand your hair loss condition and it’s cause
    • Learn about safe and natural treatments
    • Hear about our success with other hair loss sufferers
    • Receive your professional hair & scalp report and your herbal hair regrowth plan

    Why not take advantage of our current 50% off special for your initial consultation – usually $190 but now just $95? Call 1800 001 101 now to arrange an appointment.

    Success Rate 99.9%

    based on the last 8 years of clinical experience


    Hair regrowth results in Australia

    Success Rate 99.9%

    No major side effects reported in Australia since 1993