Hair Loss Conditions

General Hair Loss

Due to increasingly unhealthy and stressful lifestyles, hair loss has become a common problem in both men and women, where 40% of hair loss sufferers are females. Normally, people shed between 50 to 100 hair strands daily. However, if your scalp is nutrients deficient, hair regrowth is hindered, hence you experience hair thinning. Other reasons that lead to hair thinning are lack of sleep, medications, imbalanced diet and hormonal changes.

Dandruff

Dandruff (pityriasis capitis) is the term used to describe simple scaling of the skin on the scalp, leaving white flakes on the head, neck, and shoulders. It may be a sign of eczema or fungal infection. Dandruff does not directly causes hair loss, but the resultant irritation (itching, scratching, and rubbing) indirectly does. Climate changes, overuse of hair products and emotional stress can worsen your condition.

Alopecia Areata

Alopecia areata is a type of hair loss that occurs when your immune system mistakenly attacks hair follicles and disrupts normal hair formation, which is considered as autoimmune disease. Sometimes, alopecia areata occurs within family members, suggesting a role of genes. Symptoms include patchy hair loss and nail problems. Hair loss occurs mostly on the scalp but it can involve eyebrows, eyelashes, beards – any hair-bearing site.

Male-pattern or female-pattern baldness

Male or female pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia or common baldness) is a genetically predisposed condition that is considered as the common cause of hair loss. Three in ten 30 year-old and half of 50 year-old are quite bald. Men with this condition experience a receding hairline and gradual disappearance of hair from the crown and frontal scalp. For women, they experience a general thinning over the entire scalp, with the most extensive hair loss at the crown.

Hair Treatments

High Frequency Ozone Therapy

Using low-voltage high-frequency tool, high frequency ozone therapy eliminates bacteria and or other foreign bodies that may be present on the scalp, preventing any scalp infection. A miniature of oxygen ozone layer, along with the vibration, created by the high frequency current, the treatment stimulates scalps blood circulation and revitalizing the dormant hair follicles.

Infused Oil Therapy

To treat hair loss, you need a healthy scalp and infused oil therapy provides exactly that. Enjoy a relaxing scalp massage using our vitamin-enriched oil. Steam is then applied to the scalp to open the pores so the nutrients can seep deep into your hair roots and nourish the hair follicles.

Herb Mask Application

Our herbal blends of hair growth mask consist such as Amla, Brahmi, Saffron, Sandalwood, Shikakai, and Beal leaf will be able to cool your scalp and boost blood circulation so your hair follicles can be revitalized with all the nutrients it needed. Both your scalp and hair will receive intense hydration to combat frizz and dryness.

Home Remedy

Provided with seven different natural hair care products, you can treat your hair loss by yourself at the comfort of your own home. Starting with Hair Oil, apply it all over your scalp an hour twice a week. Mix Amla or Henna Shampoo with Hair Lotion to clean, moisturize and strengthen your hair. For best results, apply Hair Tonic, Tam Ointment, and Hair Cream daily after shower.


Skin Conditions

Acne

Acne is a very common skin condition which affects most people at some stage in their life and primarily a hormonal condition which typically occurs during the teenage year, approximately 85% of people between the ages of 12 and 24 experience at least minor acne. Therefore, pots can be blackheads and whiteheads (called comedones), papules and pustules (small bumps), nodules and cysts. Acne can be mild or the spots can be inflamed and filled with pus.

Loss of radiance

A reduction in radiance tends to affect women especially during menopause. Usually, skin will feels less resilient. This is often combined with symptoms such as; thinner skin where facial skin appears less elastic and starts to sag, a deeper wrinkle as skin has lost the ability to hold its shape, and finally the skin tends to be paler and duller.

Wrinkles

Wrinkles, a natural part of aging, are most prominent on sun-exposed skin, such as the face, neck, hands and forearms. Although genetics mainly determine skin structure and texture, sun exposure is a major cause of wrinkles, especially for fair-skinned people. Other factors, such as pollutants and smoking, also contribute to wrinkling.

Dryness

Dry facial skin is a common condition, although some people are more prone to it than others, approximately 1 in 32 or 10% of 8.4 million people. When facial skin becomes dry, it can feel rough and tight, even reddened, scaly and itchy. There are several causes for dry facial skin and understanding those will help to discover relevant solution. As people get older they also have to consider how ageing affects their skin.

Skin Treatments

Sandalwood facial

A rich, efficacious sandalwood peel is a boon for women looking to improve their skin health. The peel helps you prevent the breakout of pimples and acne and soothes sunburns at the same time. It acts as an effective agent to cure your lifeless, dull and dry skin. Nourish your skin daily with the aroma of sandalwood and flaunt your skin in the crowd.

Rose facial

Enjoy the charm of fresh rose petals which gives a gentle boost to your skin. The aromas of the rose petals absorb into your skin and balance its pH naturally. The fusion of honey and sandalwood prevents impurities from penetrating into the skin. Its cooling, smoothening and moisturizing properties make it the perfect tonic for your skin daily.

Steaming

Steaming your face is a relaxing way to treat yourself at the end of a long day. It helps to increase circulation in your face and opens your pores so you can cleanse away impurities. Moreover, steaming helps to balance complexions, clear away clogged pores, and lubricate skin tissue, helping to treat acne, dehydration, and comedones (blackheads and whiteheads).

Threading

Threading hair is an ancient method commonly practiced in Eastern countries, like Egypt and India, but is becoming very popular worldwide. Threading removes the entire hair follicle, lasting up to 6 weeks. It works by using a cotton thread pulled along unwanted hair in a twisting motion, to trap hair in a mini lasso, lifting hair right out of the follicle.