The American Hair Loss Council is the only not-for-profit trade association serving the hair restoration industry. Our members consist of highly trained hair replacement specialists and technicians, certified trichologists, extensionists, wig fitters, and hair transplant surgeons, as well as manufacturers and distributors of industry related goods.
The American Hair Loss Council provides education, accreditation, peer networking and support among medical and non-medical hair restoration professionals while providing support for individuals suffering from hair loss. All services are provided in an atmosphere of respect, confidentiality and privacy with the utmost degree of sensitivity and professional integrity.
With an entrepreneurial spirit that ensures our industry is one of integrity and value, our members restore their client’s image and with dignity.
AHLC members are committed to continuing professional education and professionalism. Membership shows each business owner is committed to the highest standard of professionalism and excellence in client service, support and satisfaction.
Code of Ethics
The AHLC works to establish a standard of conduct that upholds the reputation of our industry and creates confidence and trust that the public receives a high level of care and service.
Become a Member of the AHLC
Stay current, informed and educated in all aspects of the hair loss profession and industry. Connect with leading hair loss industry professionals and peers. Enroll in our master certification programs and take advantage of our unparalleled client referral programs.
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The Link Magazine
Published quarterly by experts for experts, The Link magazine is your unbiased source for hair restoration industry news, tips and tricks, latest technologies and techniques, advancements in products and procedures, best practices, business developments and more. And it’s free with your annual AHLC membership.