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LA TRICHOLOGIE....n’est pas la science du tricot.

TRICHOLOGY....is not the science of knitting.

A trichologist is a hair health specialist who has received training to study and understand the hair system. Trichology helps people who have problems with hair conditions. A professional consultation and analysis of the scalp using a microcamera and software provides the trichologist with a complete picture of the scalp. It is then possible to guide people who consult towards appropriate care.

There are several forms of hair conditions: hair loss in women and men, eczema, psoriasis, oily or dry scalp, dandruff, hair loss during pregnancy, itching, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, alopecia areata [i] and seasonal moulting.

The human body secretes toxins. The sweat glands eliminate perspiration while the sebaceous glands secrete sebum (fat). Also, the body continually frees itself of its dead cells. We wash our bodies almost every day to remove toxins and sweat. But what about the hair? Here are some actions that help achieve good hair hygiene:

  • Wash your hair both  days ideally.
  • Apply two shampoos to allow the first to remove dirt and the second to work deeply (leave it on for three to five minutes).
  • Apply conditioner after shampooing.
  • Brush your scalp and hair regularly.
  • Adapt shampoos according to your needs during the year.
  • Make makeup-removing shampoos if you use a lot of products in your hair.
  • Pay attention to the heat of your styling tools.
  • Bring a thermal protector when using heat.
  • Do not overuse chemical coloring, as it can cause hair loss.
  • Use 100% natural and ideally Quebec products, without silicone, without paraben, without mineral oil, without salt, without SLS, SLES and MIT.

Washing your hair less than once a week causes a buildup of deposits on the scalp. These deposits cause a lack of oxygen, clog scalp pores and can create hair thinning or hair loss. Washing your hair regularly does not lead to hair loss, but rather the opposite. Brushing your hair activates blood circulation in the scalp, which promotes softening. Use styling products in moderation. These products can be compared to candy. They are only good once in a while, but you should not consume too much. It is important to clean your hair well so as not to create “scrubbing” and product buildup. Heat from styling tools can cause hair shaft drying and even breakage. We must pay particular attention to this.

Several solutions are available to us to have a healthy scalp and hair. The advice above applies to both women and men. Just because he doesn't have a lot of hair doesn't mean he shouldn't worry about his scalp. It all starts there! Consulting a hairdresser specialized in trichology will allow you to adopt good methods and appropriate care for each person. Several topics related to hair conditions will be covered in future publications.

[i] Dermatosis affecting the hairy regions of the body, particularly the scalp and beard.

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