Did you know that your scalp ages six times faster than your facial skin, and 12 times faster than your body skin? In fact, your scalp is the fastest aging skin on your body. And, while aging is a completely natural and inevitable process, caring for your scalp in the right way, can slow down the aging process and be hugely beneficial to your hair’s health and longevity. We should all be taking much better care of our scalp, keeping it as healthy as possible for as long as possible.
The dermis layer of the scalp has connective tissue, and changes in this tissue over time reduce the skin's strength and elasticity. As we age, the scalp skin becomes increasingly thinner — this is known as elastosis. The dermis also has many blood vessels, oil and sweat glands, nerves, hair follicles, and other structures. The number of blood vessels in the dermis begin to decrease and become more fragile as we age.
Unfortunately, scalp aging can adversely affect your hair in many ways …
Scalp aging is a natural part of life, but can also be caused by circumstances such as sun exposure, genetics, nutritional issues, decreasing levels of collagen, poor blood circulation, kidney or liver problems, and vitamin deficiencies.
Every scalp and each head of hair is unique, so you need to find the right products and routine for you. At Harklinikken, we tailor our treatments to your exact hair and scalp needs. We create customized treatment regimens for each of our clients to optimize conditions for their scalp and hair follicles to be healthy.
Our award-winning, naturally-derived Hair Gain Extract and collection of supporting products are designed to work in synergy to promote scalp health and unleash your hair’s full potential.
We have over 100 000 clients globally and we often hear that after starting their hair journey with our treatment regimen and expert advice, they experience hair quality that’s even better than it was 20 years earlier!
To find out how to improve the health of your scalp and hair, take our free, online Hair Assessment. It only takes a few minutes.