The scalp is the area of skin that produces hair. Its job is to protect the brain not only through the production of hair, but also by regulating the entire head’s temperature, filtering the sun’s rays and preventing excessive loss of heat in cold environments. The scalp is subject to changes, anomalies, disorders and diseases, and it is true that these can also affect the hair’s health. The scalp’s well-being of the scalp is mostly affected by food and hair care products. To keep the scalp, and consequently hair in good shape, foods rich in omegas and vitamins A and B5 (essential micronutrients) should be consumed and the products used should be chosen carefully. Knowing your scalp type allows for the identification of the correct strategy to preserve scalp health.
This indicates the type of scalp: healthy, sensitive, seborrheic or dry.
This indicates the presence of flaking on the scalp and whether it is dry or oily dandruff.
This indicates the type of hair (normal, dry or greasy) and its relative state of health (brittle or chemically altered).
This indicates the presence of scalp areas where the hair is thinning or absent.
This is where the hair is germinated; the hair stem ensures hair’s germination and proliferation.
All necessary equipment is supplied:
Electronic microscope with different magnifications (x1-x300) white and UV light
You are led through the various check-up steps, which are completed with an easy analysis of the results: