Hair Loss Solutions

What Is a Scalp Detox?

A scalp "detox" is essentially a method of massaging the scalp by brushing or using an exfoliating scrub, which helps buff away dead skin cells, unclog the pores on your scalp, and clear product buildup from the hair follicles.

Our TRIDOC Hair Restoration special hair detox begins with a proprietary signature blend of non-invasive and luxurious treatments including healing masques, scalp massage, shampoo & conditioning, steam aromatherapy and low-level light therapy. Plus, we'll throw in the mix therapeutic essential oils to stimulate hair growth and calm mental stress.

“A scalp detox is more than just shampoo. Think of it as a facial. Like we wash our face every day right? But when you go and get the mask on your face and the steam treatment, stuff like that, that’s more of a deep cleanse for your face. It’s the same thing with hair.”
Evie Johnson, Trichologist.

Benefits of a Scalp Detox

Stimulate hair follicles

Boost hair growth

Remove toxins

Treat dandruff, acne and scabbing

Boost the immune system

Promote Healthy scalp skin

Scalp Detox Treatment

Frequently Asked Questions

When it comes to ditching your harsh chemicals, which is especially common in black hair care, a detox can help rebalance your scalp. It rids your hair of suffocating buildup while nourishing the scalp. It helps stimulate hair follicles, allowing for hair growth, and clears the scalp of dandruff, acne, and scabbing.

A scalp detox is necessary when someone has a significant amount of buildup from hair products. You might consider a scalp detox if you’re experiencing excessive dryness, itching, dandruff, or general scalp discomfort.

As often as needed depending on your Alopecia. If you apply styling products regularly — shine sprays, volumizing mousses — or have oily hair, try a weekly detox. If you’re prone to dryness, do it every two weeks. If you have textured hair, you should do a detox as often as your type of hair or scalp needs it.

In addition to flaking, scalp buildup can cause: itchiness. oily or crusty skin. redness of the skin.

Massaging the scalp can help to restore hair growth and can be used in conjunction with hair oils and masks. This stimulates the scalp and can improve hair thickness . Taking the time to massage your scalp each day can also help you relieve stress and tension.

A clean scalp will also promote good cell turnover and promote a healthy environment for optimal hair growth. Just like anti-aging skin care, exfoliation of the scalp is important to remove dead skin cells from around the follicle and promote a healthy follicle.

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Benjamin S. Gonzàlez

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