WHY DO ADOLESCENTS NEED TO LOOK AFTER THEIRHAIR AND SCALP?
Adolescence is a time of transition and growth. It’s a time where the body is developing into adulthood, and with that, hormones are into an overdrive. Often, this period can lead to some unwanted side effects such as acne, oily skin, and dandruff.
- Oily Hair
- Smelly Hair
- Flat Hair
It’s no secret that puberty is a difficult time for many teenagers.
They are dealing with rapid changes to their bodies, including their hair which can be adversely affected by the increased levels of hormones in their system.
For some teens, this can result in oily hair, dandruff, or even smelly hair. If there is a hereditary condition of hair loss, teens may experience it earlier during puberty; it will set the stage for greater hairloss in the future if efforts are not made to mitigate the condition.
Excessive use of hair gels, sprays, and other products can worsen an adolescents’ hair & scalp conditions.
If you’re a parent who has noticed these changes in your child, you may be wondering what you can do to help.
WHAT CAUSES HAIR AND SCALP WOES FOR ADOLESCENT?
- Excessive Use Of Hair Products
WHAT SHOULD ADOLESCENTS EXPECT?
How Does Puberty Affect Your Skin And Scalp?
The increased hormone levels during puberty can cause the sebaceous glands (oil-producing glands) in the skin to produce more oil than usual.
This can lead to oily scalp and hair, leading to an increase in dandruff. In addition, the hormonal changes can also affect the growth cycle of hair, resulting in thicker, coarser hair.
Adolescents will also start to see signs of early hair loss due to the hormonal imbalanc. If this is left unchecked, it will most likely result in long-term hair loss. To combat these changes, it is important to use the right products and start on suitable treatments. By taking these precautions, you can help to minimise the negative impacts of hormonal changes on your hair and scalp.
TRICHONLY® Adolescent Scalp treatment
A.I. SMART SCALP™ technology intelligently scans optimal prime hair & scalp conditions for adolescents and enables treatment to be customised to individual needs.
A unique, preventative treatment that helps to normalise the hair growth cycle and prevent seborrheic dermatitis from developing on the scalp. The treatment delivers 96% O2 to deeper layers of the scalp, improving and enhancing circulation, strengthening the scalp, hair bulb, and dermal papilla to achieve a healthier and clean scalp.
The treatment also helps to repair hair follicles which have been damaged by tight ponytails, buns, or braids which are known to pull on your hair and may cause damage and breakage.
Expect scalp purification, follicle stimulation, and enhanced circulation.
The only treatment curated for adolescents to keep scalp healthy and free from sebum build-up.
WHY YOU NEED TO TRY TRICHONLY® ADOLESCENT SCALP TREATMENT
Eradicate puberty hair & scalp woes
Prevent hair loss
Keep scalp healthy
Strengthen scalp & hair
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THE TREATMENT WE OFFER FOR HAIR & SCALP
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- SCALPMAGIC™️ – Bald Spot Treatment
- Sensitive Scalp Treatment
- Oily Scalp Treatment
- Dandruff Treatment
- Black Hair Matters™️ Anti-Grey Hair Treatment
- Damaged Hair Repair Treatment
- Refreshing Scalp Ritual
- Teenagers Scalp Treatment
- Detoxification/Dermabrasion Treatment
- SCALPFREEZ™ Treatment
- Chemical Damaged Scalp Treatment
- Volumize And Thicken Hair Treatment
- Hair Loss And Thinning Treatment (Male)
- Hair Loss And Thinning Treatment (Female)
Adolescence is an already difficult and stressful process, help your child boost their confidence and be the best version of themeselves. If you’re child is experiencing any of the symptoms, and are looking for seborrheic dermatitis treatment, you’ve found the answer.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Seborrheic dermatitis is a skin condition that presents mainly as red scaly patches of skin, along with persistent flakes or dandruff.Though most commonly found on the scalp, it can also appear in oily areas such as your nose, eyebrows, and ears.
Seborrheic dermatitis has many possible triggers including hormonal changes, stress, and certain health conditions. Over exposure to certain chemicals such as detergents, solvents, and even soaps can also be a trigger.
Cradle Cap is the patchy scaling or flaking of the scalp due to excessive oil build up. The term is usually used to refer to infants, however, cradle cap in teenagers and adults is reffered to as seborrheic dermatitis. Though they usually do not end up being too serious in infants, seeking out cradle cap treatments for extreme or persistent cases is still adviseable.
Hormones are a huge contributing factor to the occurence of dandruff. While other causes might exacerbate the production of oil and flakes, with proper treatment, and hygene, dandruff during adolescence is not a permanent thing.