Scalp Treatments for Hair Loss

Scalp is skin, always has been and always will be.

Once you have viewed the scalp under the microscope you will see what I mean. Skin is the largest organ of the body and includes the scalp skin which houses the hair follicle.

Hair is the result of a cellular hardening process called keratinization, once the hardening takes place the hair is now dead cells, but the skin is constantly dividing cells reaching the surface of the scalp and include many appendages which are responsible for body homeostasis which is essential regulation.

Hair shampoo is supposed to look after your hair type and the condition of your hair cuticle, but is not good for the living scalp skin. Put simply, would you wash your face with your hair shampoo? One would hope not! So why do your wash your precious scalp skin with a hair shampoo?

Scalp Treatments for Hair Loss basics:

  • Scalp Brush Therapy
  • Safe Scalp Cleanser
  • Prescriptive Hair Shampoo kept off the scalp
  • Prescriptive Hair Conditioner kept off the scalp
  • Topical Natural Hair Loss Treatment such as Activance

Once you have experienced Scalp Cleansing you will instantly understand, you prepare the scalp with Scalp Brush Therapy to exfoliate, stimulate and help with circulation of the scalp. Always follow with Absolique Scalp Cleanser to wash all this stuff away in a safe way with no nasty ingredients. Always do a minimum of two Scalp Cleansing procedures or as many as needed to get a foam as the product does not have a foaming agent, scalp is clean once cleanser gets a foam.

For hair longer than 15cm always use a prescriptive hair shampoo and conditioner for your hair type being careful to keep it off the scalp.

For more information and instructions on Scalp Treatments for Hair Loss contact Absolique Hair Health Clinic Trichologist email or call reception on 07 3229 3242, remember best hair loss treatments start with correct diagnosis.

Scalp Treatments for Hair Loss

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