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Trichological scalp scrub

It's not just the face that needs peeling. Your scalp too!

A healthy scalp, shiny and thick hair is the dream of many people regardless of age and gender. Unfortunately, as a result of progressive environmental changes, genetic conditions and the natural aging process, the condition of the scalp and hair deteriorates significantly.

It is for such people that the trichological scalp scrub was created, which is enriched with many valuable vitamins. As a result, it perfectly cleanses the scalp and allows increased absorption of the active ingredients found in the cosmetic products used. It does not cause burning or skin irritation.

A scalp peel performed by a trichologist is also an excellent preparation for a needle mesotherapy treatment, so specialists recommend performing it about 2 – 3 days before the therapy.

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What is a trichological scalp scrub?

A trichological scalp scrub cleanses the skin of cosmetic residues and removes dead skin. The brief massage, which is an integral part of the scrub, improves blood circulation, oxygenates the roots and makes it easier for the skin to receive nutrients. A properly performed scalp scrub also helps treat many skin conditions, such as dandruff and seborrhea.

The scalp requires regular cleansing and exfoliation to function properly. For seborrhea Psoriasis, itching and dandruff, scalp scrubbing is therefore a great help in reducing problems. Scalp peeling is also recommended for patients who do not have skin and hair loss problems. The treatment helps maintain the condition and balance of the scalp.

Scalp peeling is therefore recommended for both men and women for preventive skin cleansing and to prepare the skin to receive nutrients.

Indications for surgery

Scalp peeling is a procedure that is recommended to all patients struggling with weakened hair, itching, oily scalp and dandruff. It also works well in diseases such as psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis, pimples on the scalp, skin irritations and hair loss.

Scalp scrub is also recommended for people who have no problems with the scalp and hair loss. It helps to keep the skin in good condition and balance. It is also recommended as a way to prepare the skin before ingestion of nutrients and active substances found in trichological preparations.

After the peeling is applied, the skin is cleansed and oxygen is supplied to the hair follicles, which prevents hair loss and helps in the production of new hair.

Contraindications to the procedure

Not every patient who wants to enjoy a beautiful scalp and shiny hair can benefit from a scalp peel. The treatment is not recommended for people with bacterial or viral skin infections, as well as damaged epidermis in the form of fresh scratches and wounds.

Any inflammatory conditions are also a contraindication to peeling. This is why it is so important to have a consultation with a specialist before any treatment, during which any contraindications will be detected early.

The course of the procedure

Trichological scalp scrub is a skin care treatment that is simple, pleasant and quick. Apply the appropriate product to the scalp (before shampooing), while separating the hair strand by strand, and gently massage into the skin with your fingertips. The massage is carried out without rinsing, so the hair follicles can be stimulated. After massaging the scrub, the product is left on the hair for approx. 2 – 3 minutes to increase its effectiveness. After this time, the scrub is washed off with warm water, and the hair can then be thoroughly shampooed and conditioned.

An effectively nourished scalp with a scrub is the basis for many cleansing treatments. Thus, the use of scrubs effectively cleanses the scalp of dirt, dust, cosmetic residues, sebum and pathogenic microorganisms. However, it is important to remember that the preparations must be tailored to your skin type.

An experienced trichologist is sure to advise preparations with a skin-neutral pH so as not to disturb the scalp’s natural protective mantle. For dry skin, however, substances that do not contain SLES and SLS – aggressive detergents that irritate the scalp – are a good choice. However, for satisfactory results, it is recommended to perform 1 treatment once a day and a reminder once a month.


Convalescence after the procedure

After the scalp peeling, patients do not have to follow strict rules and the convalescence period. Just remember that the treated areas may be more sensitive and slightly red. However, these symptoms disappear on their own after a few hours. After the end of the treatment, it is not recommended to wash the scalp frequently and wear hats that are oppressive.

Trichological scalp scrub in a nutshell

Scalp peeling allows you to systematically cleanse and exfoliate the skin so that it can function properly.
The treatment is recommended for patients with seborrhea, PsA, itching and dandruff.
Scalp scrub allows you to remove any impurities that are on the scalp and clog the hair follicles.
The massage, which is performed along with the peeling, increases the microcirculation in the skin, oxygenates it and nourishes the hair follicles.

The results of the treatment

Proper cleansing of the scalp with a scrub helps prevent dandruff, irritation, excessive greasiness and stress on the hair. Good cosmetics cleanse the scalp, as well as replenish nutrients and restore hair to a healthy appearance. Regular scrubbing of the scalp also helps stimulate and strongly regenerate the epidermal cells, which are the source of active cells. This results in the production of natural moisturizing factor and a more efficient functioning of the skin’s water-lipid barrier. The connections between the cells of the epidermis are also loosened, as a result of which additional substances contained in cosmetic preparations are better absorbed.

Scalp scrubbing also removes cosmetic residue, impurities and bacteria, regulates sebaceous glands, improves blood circulation to the hair follicles and improves the overall condition of the scalp. The treatment makes use of cosmetics with values to support the care and treatment of certain diseases (dermatitis, dandruff and hair loss).

The first post-treatment results can be seen two weeks after the procedure. The hair will initially strengthen and stop falling out, and the scalp will gain nourishment. Patients may also notice thickening of hair and regrowth of new baby hair. The FGF growth factor found in the product, along with other ingredients, is responsible for stimulating the hair follicles, preventing hair loss and helping to nourish the scalp. After the treatment, the structure of the hair is significantly improved. Medical results also include regeneration of hair follicles and improved blood circulation in the scalp tissue. Effects also include more bouncy hair, a nourished scalp, reduced skin itching and improved sebaceous glands.


How often should I do a trichological scalp scrub?

The frequency depends on the condition of the scalp, but in general it is recommended to perform a scrub every 1-2 weeks. Always consult a trichologist or hair care specialist for advice tailored to your individual needs.

Can a scalp scrub help with dandruff?

Yes, a trichological scalp scrub can help fight dandruff because it helps remove excess sebum and dead skin cells that can contribute to dandruff.

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