About

My name is David Satchell and I have been a Trichologist for over 30 years.
My company is Eucaderm Limited based in Eastbourne,
in the south of the UK.

There has long been a need for a new approach to hair and scalp problems; one that will give realistic hope to all sufferers and that won’t put too great a strain on their pockets.
I firmly believe there is realistic hope for those who suffer from hair loss and other allied conditions, and I have spent many years researching these problems.

I am now able to offer effective and practical advice combined with an amazing new range of products which will revolutionise the way hair care is understood, solve many of the existing hair and scalp problems and which will, I hope, give much needed psychological support to sufferers.

A Personal Case History

My own problems started when I was fifteen years old.  It was a bright sunny day and
I was travelling with two friends on a birthday outing to Brighton in the UK.  Two minutes after stopping at a petrol station to fill up our Volkswagen Beetle we were involved in the most horrendous car accident in which we swerved across the road into the path of the oncoming traffic. Our car hit the opposite bank, rolled several times and came to rest upside down on the road again.

Miraculously alive, but surrounded by leaking petrol and expecting to be engulfed in flames at any moment, we fought our way out of the wreck.  We were taken to hospital and were, at the time, pronounced fit.

Six months later, my thick, healthy hair began to drop out.

I entered then one of the most traumatic peripods of my life during which I had to watch helplessly as my hair fell out every time it was combed or shampooed. To make matters worse, there seemed to be handfuls of hairs lying on my pillow every morning
when I woke up.

No explanation or hope was given.  A hairdresser told me that by the time I reached twenty-one, I wouldn’t have a single hair on my head.

In those days, I was working for the Vidal Sassoon Organisation training to become
what was known in the sixties as a “crimper” and it was there that I was advised to
consult a Trichologist.

After only one treatment, I felt as if I had reached a turning point in my life.  Suddenly, there was someone who cared about what was happening to me and who would help.

From that moment on, I decided to devote all my energies towards helping others who suffer hair loss or scalp problems in the hope they would be saved the psychological distress that I had suffered.

It is for all those who at some time in their lives experience hair loss
or scalp disorders and who need understanding, practical help and guidance, that I present this Site.

David Satchell S.R.H  M.C.H. M.inst.P.I.
Consultant Trichologist
Eucaderm Ltd

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Eucaderm Limited

The research and development company behind the David Satchell range, was formed by David himself over 30 years ago.  After a professional career as a top hair stylist with Vidal Sassoon, David and his team began ground breaking research into what causes many of the hair and scalp problems people are experiencing as a result of today’s hectic lifestyles.

In 1977 David became a member of the Institute of Patentees and Inventors for his innovative designs in hair products.

Eucaderm has treated hundreds of alopecia sufferers over the last 10 years and has a success rate of over 70%.

Read what some of Eucaderm’s clients have to say – click here

 

2 Responses to About

  1. Christopher Phillip says:

    David,

    Please do you have anybody trained in the US, (Tampa, Florida) who can apply your techniques. Can Vidal Sasson-trained persons learn your technique. I ask because my stylist was trained by Vidal Sassoon and is a trichologist.

    I do not have MPB, but my hair is receding in the temples at age 47 (almost 48) and overall scalp density is noticeably less than 20 years ago. I currently take spirinolactone to drastically decrease testosterone levels and dusteride to block DHT.

    To complicate matters, I have a moderate but chronic case of sebhorric dermatitis, and observe that a portion of the shedding is attributed to the hard, crusty buildup on the follicles.

    Please help. I love hair and need a solution (no pun intended.)

    Thank you!
    Christopher Phillip

  2. David says:

    Thank you Christopher for your message above.
    I am replying to you privately by email.

    Kindest regards
    David

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