There are so many reasons you’re in the right place. We’ve been regrowing and restoring hair since 1964, so it’s fair to say we know what we’re doing. And after nearly 60 years years we’re still leading the industry with innovation and accountability.
Hair regrowth is not a miracle cure, it’s a medical treatment, and we believe medical treatments should be provided by doctors. At Ashley & Martin, our doctors take the time to understand your particular hair loss problem, so they can provide effective, personalised care. Watch out for services that prescribe a treatment without a diagnosis or a follow-up from a doctor. After all, it’s not just your money, it’s your health.
We don’t think medical treatments should be a gamble. So, when you sign up with Ashley & Martin, you get results, or you get your money back. Naturally, there are some conditions. In some late-stage hair loss cases, we can’t offer a guarantee, but saying that, the vast majority of our customers qualify.
We have 22 medical hair centres across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. That’s 22 physical clinics, staffed by doctors and experienced consultants. Every one of those centres adheres to the strictest medical standards, and that means you can feel confident in any treatment our doctors prescribe. What’s more, the shared experience of our international network allows us to keep innovating and optimising hair loss treatments.
Over the years we’ve watched other hair ‘specialists’ come and go. We’ve seen fads and so-called miracle cures pop up here and there – only to disappear just as quickly. How have we kept going – and growing? No miracles, just medicine. We don’t cut corners, we tailor every treatment to the individual, and time and time again, we make a positive difference to people’s lives.
If for any reason you have a change of heart after signing up with Ashley & Martin, you have a seven-day cooling off period to cancel your arrangement with us. That means you can talk to an Ashley & Martin consultant without worrying about committing to something you’re not ready for.