HAIR &

SCALP

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Types of Alopecia

  • Genetic - Androgentic, sometimes referred to as inherited autoimmune disease. 

  • Connective Tissue Disease - Scarring Alopecia.

  • Personal Style - Traction (pulling) Alopecia.

Scalp Disorders

  • Seborrhea Dermatitis 

  • Dandruff 

  • Psoriasis 

  • Eczema 

  • Fungal / Bacterial Infections 

  • Diet Matters! More fat in your diet (fatty foods) = more sebum (oil) = more build up (dandruff)​

Auto Immune Diseases

  • Alopecia Areata (patchy loss)

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  • Alopecia Totalis and universalis (total loss)

  • Harmonal Alopecia ​​

  • All except scarring Alopecia can be treated and can worsen from medical conditions, environmental causes. 

  • Nutrients and hydration allow the body to function properly. Vitamins A, C, D, E & K contribute directly to the health of your skin and scalp. Consumption of these through supplements, however, is not enough. Daily food consumption must include these nutrients as food provides more nourishment than supplements and minerals. The body also relies heavily on the benefits of water. Water sustains the health of your cells , regulates your body's temperature , releases toxins, and aids in digestion. These things are important to how your body will function and produce healthy skin cells. These cells are also located on your scalp which aids in a healthy environment for hair to grow. Ultimately creating a safeguard for hair loss and scalp disorders. 

  • 1/3 people have noticeable hair loss in their lifetime; 

  • 97% of male hair loss is male pattern baldness and 87% of females is female pattern baldness

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Why you should schedule a Consultation?

Consultations allow your practitioner to analyze the hair and scalp. During the consultation, the scalp is examined through a microscope for a closer look. I have been trained to recognize hair loss due to dandruff, traction alopecia, psoriasis, etc. You will be asked questions related to your health like if you’ve ever experienced issues like thyroid problems. I'll ask about your stress levels and diet. Pregnancy, diabetes, medications, bacterial infections and a host of other things may all contribute to hair loss. Once a diagnosis/condition is made we will develop a treatment plan designed just for you. Treatments include topical serums, stimulating salon treatments, circulation therapy, vitamins, nutritional guidance and stress management techniques.