Dr. Celestine Gitau

Dr. Celestine Gitau is a Certified Trichologist, Trichology tutor, Hair and scalp health enthusiast, and Blogger. She was Certified by the International Association of Trichologists(IAT). She has been extensively involved in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of hair loss on all hair types while majorly on afro ethnic hair. She has been instrumental in developing top-notch surgical, non-surgical and pharmaceutical protocols as well as the development of hair restoration therapies and crow of tremendous success in hair restoration and scalp health in general. She has been actively involved in over 450 hair transplants and hundreds of other treatment therapies including PRP, supplementation, and stem cells over the past several years. As an enthusiastic blogger, she has written numerous articles on hair and scalp health in my quest to create awareness. She was also a keynote speaker at the first Virtual World Trichology Society Summit hosted in May 2021 speaking on hair transplant techniques on afro ethnic hair.

Princess Egieya

Princess Egieya - Writer

Princess Egieya Graduated in Mass Communication from the University of Benin. She developed a huge interest in writing during her college days.

Being a travel enthusiast and fashion geek, she always enjoyed writing about outdoor fun and the latest fashion trends.

With several years of writing experience behind her, she excelled in writing awesome content on Beauty, Fashion, Travel, and Outdoor related topics.

Dr. Menna Salman

Dr Menna Salman

Dr. Menna Salman is a qualified Medical Doctor and Passional Medical Writer. She has done MBBS from Cairo University, and Masters in General Pediatrics.

She has been a practicing pediatric doctor for several years, also she has been teaching several students in Medical science.

As a personal passion, she started writing on medical and healthcare topics several years back and gained a lot of expertise in medical writing.

Her expertise areas in writing are healthcare, mental health (depression, anxiety, addiction, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia.etc.), chronic diseases (e.g., diabetes, hypertension, etc.), surgeries, lifestyle changes, fitness and nutrition, parenting, and child development.