Meet The London Trichologists | Philip Kingsley Clinic
ANABEL KINGSLEY BA(HONS) AIT
Consultant Trichologist & Brand President
Anabel Kingsley is a Consultant Trichologist, as well as Brand President of the Philip Kingsley Clinics and the Philip Kingsley product ranges. Anabel grew up among Trichologists. Her passion for hair and scalp health was inspired from a young age by her father, Philip Kingsley.
Anabel has written thousands of articles about hair and scalp health for international magazines, newspapers and websites, ranging from Harpers Bazaar to Huffington Post. She has presented for Philip Kingsley on-air at QVC, and has spoken at industry events for Cult Beauty and SheerLuxe. She has also lent her expertise to the leading cancer charity Look Good Feel better, contributing to their Guide to Managing Hair Loss during and after cancer treatment.
Anabel graduated from Kent University with a First Class Degree in History, specialising in the History of Medicine. She started her career at Philip Kingsley in 2006, managing the Philip Kingsley Trichological Centre in New York. In 2009 she returned to London to become part of the Philip Kingsley Marketing and New Product Development Team.
Anabel qualified as a Trichologist in 2013. She is an Associate Member of The Institute of Trichologists, graduating with a Distinction, as well as receiving ‘The Award of Excellence’. She has a great interest in and knowledge of the hair and scalp, with a particular focus on nutrition.
GLENN LYONS FIT FRSPH MAE
Senior Consultant Trichologist
Glenn Lyons is the Clinical Director of the Philip Kingsley London Trichological Clinic. He qualified at the Institute of Trichologists in 1968 and has been a Consultant at Philip Kingsley ever since.
In 2004, Glenn was awarded a prestigious Fellowship of the Institute of Trichologists. He also served as a Governor of the Institute for 10 years. Glenn has published many clinical research papers in peer-reviewed medical and scientific journals, with a specialty in hormone-related female hair loss. He is recognised nationally and internationally on this subject.
Glenn is a member of the Royal Society of Medicine, and of the Society of Cosmetic Scientists. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health. In 2018, Glenn received the Outstanding Contribution to Trichology award at the Hair Science Awards. He is also a member of the Academy of Expert Witnesses.
Glenn is regularly invited to lecture on hair loss and scalp conditions, and has appeared as a guest on numerous television and radio programs. He is also very proud to be associated with cancer charities, and is a Trichological Consultant to both Macmillan Cancer Support, and the Toni & Guy Strength & Style Cancer Support Scheme.
His enthusiasm and passion are as strong as ever, and he feels very fortunate to work with such wonderful colleagues and staff.
NATALIE CARR MIT FRSPH
Natalie Carr initially trained in hairdressing and beauty, and went on to teach students in these areas for several years. In 1996 she joined Philip Kingsley as a Trichologist.
Natalie came to Trichology through a family history of hair loss. In 1990, when her mother developed alopecia totalis, Natalie became more aware of the physical and emotional impact of hair loss. She qualified as an Associate Member of the Institute of Trichologists in 1996, and achieved full Membership in 2000. Natalie is also a Member of the European Hair Research Society, the Society of Cosmetic Scientists, and the Royal Society of Public Health.
Natalie sees clients with a wide range of hair and scalp issues. She provides a holistic and individualised approach, to help achieve optimum hair growth and condition, as well as excellent scalp health. Her particular clinical interests and expertise are in the following areas:
- Alopecia Areata & Androgen Dependent Alopecia,
- Psoriasis, Scarring hair loss & Seborrehic Eczema
- Hair Nutrition, including Omega 3 levels in inflammatory skin conditions and Serum ferritin levels in Telogen effluvium
ZOE PASSAM BA(HONS) MIT FRSPH MAE
Zoë Passam has worked at the Philip Kingsley Trichological Clinic since 2004. She qualified at the Institute of Trichologists in 2008, passing both sets of exams with Distinction. She was awarded the John Firmage Certificate of Distinction in her first year, and upon graduating, she received the John Mason Memorial Award for Excellence, which is only awarded when there is a student of high enough calibre.
Zoë is frequently invited to lecture at major dermatology and Trichology conferences, on all matters relating to the hair and scalp. Some of the places Zoe has presented at recently include: FACE Conference in London; the inaugural National Trichology Conference in London; the first International Trichology Congress in Manchester; the University of Nottingham.
Zoë constantly strives to further her knowledge, and is currently studying part time towards a BSc in Health Sciences at the Open University. As well as carrying out Consultations, Zoë is part of the Product Development team at the Philip Kingsley Clinic, and also works as an expert witness.