Love Island 2018 winner Jack Fincham has unveiled the results of his recent hair transplant. Jack decided to have the cosmetic procedure done in order to cover up a scar on his head which had left him with a bald patch.
Jack Fincham has undergone a hair transplant procedure in order to cover up a scar on his head. After previously being turned away because he didn’t need it done, the KSL Clinic recently performed the procedure on Jack after an accident at home left the star with a scar and a bald patch on his head.
29-year-old Jack, who became a father for the first time earlier this year, was clearly delighted with the results of the procedure, saying:
I can’t believe how straight forward it is, literally they just drill in at the back, take the hair out and put it in a pot! I didn’t think it was that simple, but it really is!
He took to Instagram to show off the results of the procedure, telling his two million followers:
I had an accident at home and cut my head open which left a scar on my head and made the hair look thin around it so I went there to see if they could cover it. I ended up killing two birds with one stone and getting a hair transplant on the scar and hairline it don’t even hurt man! Can’t recommend @ksl_clinics enough they’re unreal at what they do!
What is a hair transplant?
Hair transplants work by taking hair follicles from one part of the body and placing them in another part. It is usually used to treat baldness but it can also be used to restore brows, lashes, beard and even pubic hair. Although it is a surgical procedure, hair transplants are minimally invasive and patients don’t generally have to stay in hospital overnight.
Many other celebrities have had hair transplants in the past, including footballer Wayne Rooney, X Factor judge Louis Walsh and actor and presenter Joe Swash, who was one of those who inspired Jack to get his own done. Jack’s celebrity mates Jake Quickenden, Mike Hassini and Kieran Nicholls also had hair transplants done by KSL.