Clinical Treatments

Not ready for surgery? There’s an alternative, natural way to grow your hair back.

Not everyone is a candidate for hair transplant surgery. Our licensed chemist under medical supervision has developed several effective treatments which are all natural and have no side effects. Check out our Before & After Photos of clients using our clinical treatments.

These treatments contain different vitamins and herbs which can effectively control hair loss, psoriasis, itchiness, dandruff, oily or dry scalp for men and women.

Dandruff is the shedding of dead skin cells from the scalp. As skin cells die, a small amount of flaking is normal. Some people however, experience a large amount of flaking either chronically or as a result of certain triggers which can also be accompanied by redness and irritation. Our licensed Chemist has developed an all natural vitamin and herbal solution to control this condition.

Part of the application of this treatment involves the use of low-light laser with over 90% effectiveness and has clinically proven to produce 30% more hair out of each follicle. Dry heat is then applied to the scalp to open the pores so the scalp treatment can go directly to the hair follicle.

Types of Clinical Hair Loss Treatments

There are many different types of hair loss, and the right clinical hair loss treatment depends on which type you are suffering. When people speak about hair loss, they often use general terms. However, not all types of hair loss are the same. There are many potential causes of hair loss, which means that there are also many different treatments that may be effective. A hair loss treatment that works for one person’s hair loss may not help another’s.

While male pattern baldness (MPB) and female pattern baldness (FPB) get the most attention, there are a variety of scalp conditions and other health issues that can lead to hair loss. Here are some of the different types of clinical hair loss, and how they are best treated.

Scalp Psoriasis Hair Loss

Psoriasis is a common skin disorder that causes red, patchy, and flaky skin over various parts of the body. Scalp psoriasis is when the condition affects the scalp. Scalp psoriasis doesn’t cause hair loss itself, but since psoriasis causes itchiness, many people will scratch their scalp, which is what causes scalp psoriasis hair loss and balding. Furthermore, some of the treatments used for scalp psoriasis can also help contribute to hair loss. Luckily, the hair loss due to an itchy scalp is usually temporary, but it can be severe. By treating the psoriasis, this type of hair loss can be stopped. Treatments include topical creams, special shampoos, oils, and moisturizing of the scalp.

Dry Scalp Hair Loss

Having dry skin on your scalp can also cause balding. Dry scalp hair loss results when the skin on your scalp is dry, causing irritation, itchiness, rashes, and often flaking of the skin (e.g. dandruff). Once again, the biggest risk of hair loss that comes with a dry scalp is from scratching the scalp, causing hair to fall out and potentially damaging the follicles. The best treatment for this type of hair loss is to moisturize your scalp and reduce dryness. This can be done using special hair loss shampoos and conditioners, which use moisturizing ingredients. As well, using an oil on your scalp can reduce the dryness.

Oily Scalp Hair Loss

Dry scalps can cause hair loss, but so can overly oily scalps. In fact, if your scalp is too oily, you can end up suffering from the same type of temporary hair loss. When your scalp is oily, the oil can trap dirt and clog your hair follicles, which can affect the health of your hair. Oily scalps can also lead to problems such as dandruff, scalp irritation, and fungus growth, all which can harm hair follicles and render them inactive. Too much oil on your scalp can also mean higher levels of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which contribute to male pattern baldness. To treat oily scalp hair loss, the best thing to do is to use special shampoos, conditioners, and topical treatments, particularly ones with antifungal and antidandruff properties. These can be found with both natural and chemical ingredients.

Itchy Scalp Hair Loss

Sometimes, your scalp may not be too oily or dry, but you may still experience itchiness. Itchy scalps do not cause hair loss, but scratching your itchy scalp can. Anything that involves harshly rubbing, scratching, or pulling at the hairs on your head can cause hair to fall out. Itchiness can be due to a number of things, including health conditions, certain shampoos or hair products you are using, wearing hats, or even low humidity in your home. If you do have an itchy scalp, it’s a good idea to determine what factor is causing the itchiness, and then to treat or eliminate the cause.


Does dandruff cause hair loss? Yes, dandruff can be associated with hair loss, even without another accompanying problem like psoriasis or excessive oil production. Not only does dandruff look unseemly, but if left untreated, it can lead to itchiness and inflammation. Once again, the problem is not so much the dandruff as it is scratching your scalp. By using an antidandruff shampoo, you can eliminate the problem. Most pharmacies and household retailers have name-brand antidandruff shampoos, but you may get better effect using shampoo from a hair loss clinic.

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Some of the specialty products we offer with the treatments which you use at home are:

  • Pre-Shampoo Cleanser – removes bacteria from the scalp.
  • Shampoos – For dandruff, normal, oily or dry scalp.
  • Keratin Creme – For psoriasis and itchiness.
  • Hair Protein Vitamins – Strengthens, revitalizes and restores suppleness to the hair.
  • Hair Sprays & Gels – Hold hair, but do not leave a build-up on the scalp.

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