Scalp care

Beautiful Hair Begins with Healthy Scalp

In the pursuit of glorious hair, we must first treat, balance and nourish the scalp. Therefore, at the heart of all our products, you would find a nurturing scalp care formula. A balanced and healthy scalp will also promote good circulation and optimal hair growth. 

Why should you
take care of your scalp?

Similar to skin care, exfoliation of the scalp is important to remove dead skin cells from around the follicle to encourage hair growth and regulate sebum production. Having a scalp care routine suitable for your scalp type, will influence better hair growth from the follicle, keeping your hair thick, healthy and slows down the effects of hair aging.

most Common Scalp issues

A clean and healthy scalp is easily recognized by its clean, smooth, and translucent skin. When your scalp is unhealthy, you may experience issues such as hair loss, sensitivity and oiliness. Recognizing the issue is the first step to correctly treat your scalp. 

What causes hair loss?

Hair loss is a common term used to identify hair fall. However, there are more to hair loss and how to better understand it.

Reactional alopecia is temporary whereby the loss of hair is caused by various factors like eg. Stress, emotional trauma, pregnancy, medication etc. Which can be easily treated if detected early.

Androgenic alopecia is however, hereditary and the progression of this condition result in the reduction in the quality and quantity of hair which can be further delayed by using the right products and care.

5-alpha-reductase is the enzyme that converts testosterone into the much more potent androgen, DHT. DHT, can shrink your hair follicles as well as shorten this cycle, causing hair to grow out looking thinner and more brittle, as well as fall out faster. DHT can also make it take longer for your follicles to grow new hairs once old hairs fall out.

Overlooked Common scalp conditions

Due to the humid weather in Singapore, common scalp conditions faced by many includes, sensitiveness, excess sebum production, dandruff and most commonly clog pores on the scalp as scalp is usually neglected due to it not being visible since its covered by our hair. The common tell sign that it’s time to have a better look on our scalp would be the constant itchiness, tightness, hair loss and having white flakes over our shoulders. All these are ways that our scalp is telling us that help is needed.

Check out our scalp range to find the appropriate product for you.

our scalp products