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Geordie Shore Star Sophie Kasei’s Alopecia Hair Loss

Postby admin » Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:12 am

At first glance it might appear that 27-year-old beauty and veteran of Geordie Shore, Sophie Kasei, has enviably thick hair.

However, the star of one of MTV’S biggest reality shows since its inception in 2011 has been keeping a secret…she is suffering from traction alopecia.

The South Shields stunner has kept her hair loss problems hidden until now, and has decided to open up about the true, shocking damage she has experienced on her scalp, warning others about the damaging long-term impact that “tormenting” their natural locks can do.

Kasei became a controversial figure on Geordie Shore after its inauguration 6 years ago, finding herself being booted off the popular show during the seventh series for using offensive racial language.

She then returned last year, establishing herself as a firm fan favourite, so the devastating condition of her hair will undoubtedly shock her legions of fans around the nation. She is speaking out warning fans to “give their hair a break” and avoid ending up in the same position.

The Geordie Shore star said: “Because of all the extensions I’ve been getting, I’ve suffered from Contraction (traction) Alopecia. Which means that I’ve lost hair on the sides and that it may never come back.

“And that’s not because of the extensions that I’m getting in. It’s because of all the years I’ve been tormenting my hair.

“Going forward, I just want to start looking after my hair and I just want to make people aware that if you are getting extensions give your hair a break in between because you don’t want to end up with bald patches like this.”

Full story: http://www.medical-specialists.co.uk/ne ... -revealed/
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