To reverse the appearance of greying hair we will be using the products from our Black Series, which is formulated with high concentration of GREYVERSE™ that helps to reverse hair greying process and protect it against depigmentation. Using our Black Series products together with our equipment at DrScalp, the nutrients will penetrate deep into the hair follicles to give you a lusciously silky and dark hair.
Dandruff is considered a multifactorial condition with both microbial colonization and host factors such as excessive sebum production. To help with dandruff problems, products from our Anti-Dandruff series will be applied to your scalp through a gentle massage by our hair consultant which calms and soothes scalp itchiness while providing the scalp with essential nutrients.
Hair can look dull and feel brittle due to frequent usage of hair dye. To help your hair feel soft and smooth again, DrScalp Color-Protect Series is specially formulated for damaged and/or colored hair. With the equipment at DrScalp and our go-to solution, your hair will feel incredibly soft and shine with radiance after the solution.
A receding hairline is a dreadful thing that one might face due to ageing or unhealthy scalp. To promote hair growth, DrScalp Growth Series is specially formulated with herbal extracts and essential oil to boost natural hair growth. This solution will help to detoxify the scalp and provide the scalp with nutrients to give you a healthier and thicker hair.
An oily scalp can cause the hair to have an unwanted greasy appearance and can also contribute to dandruff and hair loss. This solution will help to exfoliate the scalp and using DrScalp’s Oil Control Series products will keep your clean hair moisturized and refreshed, while keeping excess sebum under control, to give the hair a non-greasy look.
A sensitive scalp can cause extreme discomfort and it can come in the form of burning, tingling, pain, itching, and redness. To help to reduce scalp discomfort, we will be using DrScalp’s Black Series products which will help to soothe irritated scalp. Using products without irritants, we will give your scalp a gentle cleaning and the utmost care.
Male pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is a common type of hair loss that affects men. It is characterized by a gradual and permanent loss of hair from the scalp, typically starting at the temples and crown of the head, and often resulting in a receding hairline and bald spots.
Male pattern baldness is caused by a combination of genetic and hormonal factors, specifically an inherited sensitivity to the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT causes hair follicles to shrink over time, resulting in shorter and thinner hair until the follicles eventually stop producing hair altogether.
Male pattern baldness affects up to 70% of men by the age of 50, and although it is not a serious medical condition, it can have a significant impact on a person’s self-esteem and confidence. There are various solutions available for male pattern baldness, including medication, specialized scalp solution to prevent hair loss and start hair regrowth.
Female pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is a common form of hair loss that affects women. It is characterized by a gradual thinning of the hair on the top and front of the scalp and is typically caused by a combination of genetic and hormonal factors.
While male pattern baldness is often associated with a receding hairline and balding at the crown of the head, female pattern baldness typically results in a more diffuse thinning of the hair. Women may notice a widening part, a reduction in hair volume, or a more visible scalp.
Female pattern baldness is believed to be caused by a combination of genetic factors and hormonal changes. Women with a family history of hair loss are more likely to experience female pattern baldness. Hormonal changes associated with aging, such as the decrease in estrogen levels after menopause, can also contribute to hair loss.
Other factors that may contribute to female pattern baldness include stress, certain medications and underlying medical conditions. Even though female pattern baldness is not a dangerous medical problem and affects up to 40% of women by the age of 50, it can have a substantial negative effect on a person’s self-esteem and confidence. For female pattern baldness, there are many therapies available, including medication and specialized scalp solutions to prevent hair loss and promote hair growth.