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  • Hayk Matsakyan

Updated: Dec 15, 2021

A healthy scalp promotes an optimal environment for hair growth. Just like scalp exfoliation is essential for removing dead skin cells, maintaining a healthy scalp means getting all essential nutrients to your hair follicles. But, what if you are bald? In today’s article, we will give you a few essential tips to maintain a healthy scalp for your bald head. Read on!

Use Daily Sunscreen

The American Academy of Dermatology recommends applying a high-quality sunscreen on your bald head to protect it from ultraviolet (UV) rays. The male population in the U.S is at a higher risk of developing skin cancer (melanoma) than women.

A quality sunscreen product is packed with essential nutrients and antioxidants, which nourish the scalp and protect it from harmful UV rays of the sun. Dermatologists recommend an everyday SPF 50 sunscreen for bald scalps.

There are many sunscreen products available on the market. However, for a bald scalp, we recommend looking for a product that contains rosemary leaf extract or sunflower extract as it gives your scalp some added nourishment and protection.

Moisturize Your Scalp

Scalp care is important in preventing numerous diseases of the scalp. Using a scalp moisturizer is an essential part of your personal care routine. If you fail to moisturize your scalp using a good product, your scalp will undergo various problems, such as dryness, dullness, and itchiness.

Again, there are different brands and products available on the market, such as gels, oils, and creams. No matter the type of product you choose, it is essential to steer towards a moisturizer with natural ingredients, which include coconut oil, olive oil, Aloe Vera, shea butter, avocado oil, and sunflower seed oil.

Do not buy a moisturizer that contains dyes and fragrances. The harsh ingredients like salicylic acid, glycolic acid, alpha-hydroxy acid, artificial fragrances, and parabens can cause irritation, itchiness, and eventually skin infections.

Exfoliate Your Scalp

Scalp exfoliation should be an essential part of your weekly bald head care routine. Exfoliating your bald head is beneficial in many ways – it deep cleans the scalp to remove dead skin cells as well as excess dirt and bacteria.

Shaving your head is not enough for removing bacteria and excess oil. These allergens lie deep under the surface of your skin, which can clog up pores. Use a high-quality scrub to massage your scalp.

You can even make a homemade scrub for your bald head by mixing ¼ cup of essential oil (coconut, jojoba, or almond oil), ¾ cup of sugar, 3-5 drops of peppermint oil, 1-tbsp apple cider vinegar, and 1-tbsp Manuka honey.

Apply a reasonable amount of your homemade scrub to the scalp and massage for 5-10 minutes. Doing so will maintain the pH balance of your scalp thanks to the antibacterial and antiseptic properties of apple cider vinegar and peppermint oil. Likewise, Manuka honey in the scrub will soothe your scalp and reduce the likelihood of psoriasis and eczema.

Final Words

Some people believe that shaving is an effective way to exfoliate their scalp. However, doing this every day can make the skin dry out. If you have a chafing, itchy, and flakey scalp, it is important to maintain a healthy scalp care routine, which involves regular use of sunscreen, moisturizer, and exfoliation products. Good Luck!

  • Hayk Matsakyan

Updated: Dec 15, 2021

The Most Effective Hair Loss Treatments

Although hair loss may not be painful or dangerous, it is something that negatively affects both men and women across the world. Many people take pride in having a nice head of hair and suffering from thinning or disappearing hair can take a toll on one’s self-esteem and self-image. Fortunately, there are effective hair loss remedies available that can help restore your hair, no matter how long or how severely you have been losing it.

Hair Loss Solutions – Temporary or Permanent?

Hair loss solutions come in many shapes and sizes, with some being only temporary and others offering permanent relief from hair loss. Someone might opt for a temporary solution to ensure that they approve of the look and quality of the hair but might end up disappointed by the fact that the results are not long-lasting. Temporary solutions might also become a burden as they require one to continually receive treatment.

Many people prefer to go the permanent route, as they only want to undergo treatment one time (or a few) without requiring continued visits to a professional or constant upkeep with medication. This allows people to enjoy the look and feel of their hair without constantly worrying that it is going to thin or diminish.

Temporary Solutions

For those who want to test out different hair regrowth methods, temporary options abound. These allow people to try different looks on a whim and to easily return to their natural look if they so desire. Some prominent temporary hair loss solutions include hairpieces, fibers, and makeup.

Hair Pieces

There are a wide variety of hairpieces such as wigs, toupees, and extensions (which come in multiple forms such as clip-in, tape-in, and sew-in). Wigs can be made of natural or synthetic hair and are easy to take on and off. Many people who wear wigs have multiple wigs in different styles, colors, and even materials. Generally, wigs are removed at the end of the day and put on again in the morning.

Toupees are smaller than wigs and are designed to simply cover up certain bald spots, usually those that are associated with male pattern baldness. They are adhered to the head using double-sided tape or liquid glue.

Hair Fibers

Hair Fibers blend with natural hair to give the appearance of a fuller head of hair. They are synthetic and temporary and will usually come out when the user shampoos their hair. Because of this, they must be bought and applied frequently.


Some people use mascara to cover up bald or thinning spots on their heads. This is a temporary makeup that is used to make the hair look thicker and fuller, as well as more consistent in color. This is a very temporary technique as it will wash off easily and must be reapplied on a daily basis.

Permanent Solutions

For those who don’t want to fuss with daily, weekly, or even monthly maintenance, permanent hair loss solutions are the way to go. These allow people to cover their baldness with a one-time or infrequent treatment that doesn’t need to be maintained every day.

Hair Transplant

Hair transplants remove hair follicles from one part of the body and replant them in the head, usually to combat male pattern baldness. While this is a nice permanent solution that gives natural hair, it is a surgical procedure that has long recovery time and carries the risk of side effects and infection.

Scalp Micropigmentation

Micropigmentation is a form of a tattoo or permanent makeup. It is non-invasive and makes use of micro-needles to give the look of stubble or short hair follicles. This is an excellent option for those who are balding or suffering from thinning hair. It can truly give a natural look of well-groomed hair and doesn’t require constant maintenance. It might fade over time, but only requires touch-ups every few years or so. It is truly a wonderful permanent option for those who are tired of constantly trying to cover up embarrassing bald spots.

  • Hayk Matsakyan

Updated: Dec 15, 2021

Hair loss is a common problem throughout the world, and men and women have been trying to reverse it for centuries. In modern times, we have seen many new technologies and medical advances that claim to help or prevent hair loss. One popular set of items are hair loss shampoos. Available from many different brands, these products claim that they can prevent thinning of the hair, and some even claim that they can promote the growth of new hair.

Being able to simply apply some shampoo and benefit from a new thick head of hair seems too easy, doesn’t it? That’s because it probably is, and many of the claims perpetuated by these companies are unfounded. Let’s look at some of the myths about hair loss shampoos.

Menthol Shampoos can help prevent hair loss

One common myth is that shampoo containing menthol can help promote growth and prevent male pattern baldness. While menthol has beneficial properties for both your scalp and your hair, its ability to reverse balding is overstated. Healthier hair, in general, may negate some of the effects of balding, but menthol alone cannot prevent your hair from thinning or encourage your body to produce more hair.

If you use hair loss shampoos early in life, you can prevent balding later

Some people don’t buy into the idea that shampoo can be a miracle cure for hair that is already lost, but they still believe that certain shampoos can prevent balding later in life. While there are long-term benefits to using certain shampoos, staving off baldness is not necessarily one of the direct ones.

If you take care of your hair your entire life, there is a better chance that you will enjoy a full, healthy head of hair as you age. But if your genetics dictate that you are going to lose hair at some point, there is no shampoo that is going to prevent it. Proper care might diminish the effects, but your body is still going to follow its natural order.

Ketoconazole Shampoo works to promote hair growth

Ketoconazole is a medication that is used in shampoos that treat dandruff, and many people believe that these shampoos have helped them to remedy their hair loss woes. This is true in some cases, but not for the reasons that they think it is.

Dandruff is caused by a fungal infection which is why many people suffering from it notice their hair becoming thinner. But this is not due to male pattern baldness or genetics, it is an underlying issue that is treated by ketoconazole. These shampoos work for those experiencing temporary balding because of the fungus, but they won’t help if your hair was thinning naturally.

Hair loss shampoos are the only way to restore your hair

This is the biggest myth out there and might be the most harmful one. These shampoos promise impossible results that they can’t deliver. This is pretty much an outright lie, and the companies that promote them should not be trusted to give you a fuller head of hair.

Is there any hope for new hair?

While hair loss shampoos are mostly bunk, there is, in fact, hope for those who want to look in the mirror and see that vibrant, youthful, full head of hair once again.

Scalp Micropigmentation sometimes referred to as hair tattoo, is a revolutionary technology that uses tiny needles and natural pigments to replicate the appearance of real hair. It is a fantastic option for those who are suffering from thinning hair and want to get back to that full natural look. Micropigmentation can give definition to any part of your hair and is beneficial for both those who are only thinning in certain areas or those who have gone completely bald.

Share your opinion and experience with us and let us know if we can be of any help to you.


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