Healthy Hair Begins with the Scalp​

We address hair thinning at the root with regular cleansing to balance the scalp's delicate microbiome. Improper cleansing can cause oil and product buildup to clog the hair follicles, impacting hair growth and leading to possible hair loss.

A combination of hormones and genetics triggers follicle miniaturisation — a gradual shrinking of the hair follicle. This process disrupts the follicle’s production of healthy hair, leading to thinner, weaker strands and eventual hair loss.

Look out for changes in your hair texture, quality, and growth potential, as well as increased shedding or clumps of hair loss. Widening parts and more scalp visibility at the temples, hairline and crown are also signs of thinning hair.


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The Benefits of Shea Butter on Hair

Known for its nourishing, softening and soothing properties, shea butter is a natural treasure. Find out how we use it. 

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How to Detox Your Scalp

By now most of us know that strong, healthy hair begins at the scalp – making the idea of a scalp “detox” pretty appealing. 

Seven Common Causes of Hair Loss in Women
Seven Common Causes of Hair Loss in Women

One in three women will experience hair loss or reduced hair volume at some point in their life. Find out why.