Hair & Scalp

On average, we have approximately 100,000 to 120,000 strands of hair on our scalp.

Normally hair can grow 3-6 years

The hair growth through a protective tube called follicle.

Hair form about 2-4mm from our dermis layer.

Epidermis as with all skin on the body is scalp will constantly shedding a very thin layer of dead skin cell during our normal process of brushing, combing and shampoo and new skin will be formed to take its place

Hair forms at the bottom of the follicle,

known as the dermal papilla.

Sebaceous glands (oil glands) produce an oily substance to lubricate the hair and scalp.

Sweat glands excrete poisonous salts and acids which produced by the scalp.

 Hair Growth Cycle

  • Anagen– Growth Phase can last for around 3-6 years, approximately 85-90% of all hairs in this stage, normally hair will grow approximately 1-1.5cm per 
  • Catagen – Transitional Phase takes only 1 – 3 weeks, the follicle shrinks to about 1/6 of normal length and the hair will stop growing.
  • Telogen – Resting Phase last about 3 months, about 10-15% of all hairs in this stage, the hair dose not grow but will not come
  • Return to Anagen Phase – New hair is starting to form and grow which to push the club hair
  • Regeneration capacity: around 25 times new cycles in lifetime

 Hair Growth Cycle

Oily Scalp

Inflammatory Scalp

Dandruff Scalp

Healthy Scalp