My forehead was something I have negative memories with pre-surgery . It never bothered me until I got older and started going to high school. I used to get called names all the time even if I’m sitting or even walking. I ignored it as much as I could but it was the same outside as well. I remember posting a picture on Instagram and got a horrible reply about my forehead which left me in tears for many days. At my age bullying is still common. Especially for a girl it affects your self-esteem and confidence. A hair transplant was something I always wanted to get. As a child, I would joke around saying when I get older I will get my hair done. It was the only thing that had bothered me about the way I looked. I would never have my hair up in a public place or an event, I would feel so conscious about it all the time. It wasn’t a decision made over night it took a lot of thinking and courage to even book in a consultation with Jey. The consultation was so easy considering it was during the lockdown, it didn’t affect it in any way. It took place over FaceTime and made me feel like this is something I would like to get done there and then, no second thoughts. Speaking to someone who can relate to what I feel about my forehead brought out the real me.
City clinics has changed my life and in the way I see myself as a person. I feel a lot more confident going out and telling people I got hair transplant done. It isn’t something I am embarrassed of as most females would be. It is very rare to see a girl get a hair transplant, living in a modern era I think it should be common as getting our lips done or Botox and at the end of the day it is about how you feel about yourself and others people’s opinions shouldn’t matter. I would definitely recommend Dr Mohammed, Jey and team to every possible person I can who is in the same situation as I was pre-treatment. It is a very professional and a warm welcoming team. One of the finest experience, five star service.