Hair loss noticeable on the top of the head
Noticeable hair loss

Sufferers of this type of hair loss complain of seeing more scalp and if there is a parting, this will often look wider. This type of hair loss extends from the front hairline, across the top of the head and is generally noticeable to others. Names given for this type of hair loss include genetic hair loss / androgen dependent (androgenetic) alopecia or female baldness.



Patchy hair loss

Patchy hair loss

Hair loss giving rise to distinct bald patches which develops on any area of the scalp. The commonest cause of patchy hair loss is alopecia areata.


More hair loss in the sink or brush
Hair loss in brush

Although your hair loss may be significant to you, in terms of the number of hairs found in brushes, combs, and in the sink, other may people may not have noticed any marked difference in your hair.
This is likely to be the early stages of Chronic Telogen Effluvium (CTE)


Have you changed the frequency of washing your hair?


Washing your hair less often will temporarily increase hair shedding. Try shampooing daily.

Have you coloured or permed your hair recently?


Colouring, perming or straightening hair may cause hair loss due to breakage. Florisene cannot help this problem.

Have you recently had a baby?


Hair loss can be caused by pregnancy itself.This problem normally corrects itself without intervention. However, if your hair loss is no better after six months from the birth, use Florisene as a treatment.

Thinner hair all over

Thinner hair

Typically seen as diffuse hair loss all across the scalp, sometimes with shorter hairs present at the hairline i.e. not patchy or localised at the top of the head. Sufferers complain of less hair to clip or tie up, a thinner ponytail than they used to have, and more hair left in brushes and in the sink. This type of hair loss may not be noticeable to anyone else. The name given to this type of hair loss is Chronic Telogen Effluvium (CTE).