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40% of women have visible hair loss by the age of 40.

50% of men have visible hair loss by the age of 50.

Are you losing your hair?

Do you suffer from severe dry scalp?

YES!!!

Is your hair dull or lack luster and body?

Is your hair breaking from heat or chemical damage?

YES!!!

Do you have bald spots as a product from tight hairstyles?

Does your hair shed a lot?

YES!!!

Do you suffer from alopecia?

YES!!!

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If you have answered “YES” to any of these problems, no need to worry, I have the perfect solution for you!

BOOK YOUR HAIR AND SCALP ANALYSIS CONSULTATION TO CHOOSE THE BEST SOLUTION FOR YOU!

What is A Scalp Treatment?

 A scalp treatment helps restore that balance, sloughing away dead skin cells, boosting hydration levels, or soothing irritation. Typically, a scalp treatment is a product you can use at home on wet or dry hair, depending on the type, to address your unique scalp health concerns.

How often should you use hair and scalp treatment?

If you're using a scalp treatment to maintain a healthy scalp, you'll only need to pop on a scalp treatment once or twice a month. Alternatively, if you're dealing with a scalp condition or severe oiliness or dryness, do your scalp treatment once a week for best results

Who is eligible for hair and scalp treatment?

For Scalp: Maintenance, Product Buildup, Psoriasis, dry scalp, dandruff and Seborrheic Dermatitis For Hair: Maintenance, Breakage, Dry/Brittle Hair, Fragile Hair, chemically treated hair, Dull hair

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SCALP DERMATITIS

DRY BRITTLE HAIR

DANDRUFF

Scalp dermatitis, also known as seborrheic dermatitis, is a common skin condition characterized by redness, itching, and flaking of the scalp. It can occur due to factors such as excess oil production, yeast overgrowth, or sensitivity to certain products. While not contagious or serious, scalp dermatitis can be uncomfortable and may require treatment with medicated shampoos, topical creams, or lifestyle adjustments to manage symptoms effectively and restore scalp health.

From a hair care perspective, dry brittle hair among African Americans can be a result of inadequate moisture retention, often exacerbated by factors like harsh weather conditions, chemical treatments, or excessive heat styling. This condition leads to hair that lacks elasticity, feels rough to the touch, and is prone to breakage. Proper hydration and nourishment through deep conditioning treatments, moisturizing hair oils, and protective styling are essential to restore moisture balance, strengthen the hair shaft, and promote healthier, more resilient strands.

Hair can manifest as dry, flaky scalp conditions, often exacerbated by factors like dryness, product buildup, or fungal overgrowth. These flakes can be particularly noticeable against darker hair colors. Effective management involves gentle cleansing with dandruff-fighting shampoos, incorporating moisturizing treatments to soothe the scalp, and maintaining a healthy hair care routine to prevent recurrence.

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