How to achieve a healthy scalp with Capilo

Nov 25, 2021

Imagine your hair as a flower garden, and your scalp is like the soil that gives it life. Good hair does not come with poor scalp hygiene. An unhealthy scalp is characterized by dryness, flaking, itching or excessive build up. We are here to help you and show what products we have to target a healthy scalp.

How to achieve a healthy scalp with Capilo

The benefits of a healthy scalp include: good cell turnover which creates a healthy environment for optimal hair growth, just like skincare the scalp ages. Exfoliation of the scalp is important to remove dead skin cells from around the follicle and promote a healthy follicle. Healthy scalp skin with a normal pH and normal thickness of the epidermis and dermis will improve hair growth and decrease hair shedding.

Our Eva Professional Capilo hair and scalp treatment range will help you treat your scalp problems. Many people who have been affected by Covid-19 have told us they have been experiencing hair and scalp issues. Our Capilo product line is the solution to this.

The Capilo product line was created back in 1937, it was the first anti-hair loss lotion, based on research by the renowned French dermatologist Raymond. Continually evolving over the years and by the late 1970’s had placed itself as the leading solution for hair-related problems in France and Spain. Today, Capilo continues to remain at the forefront in the treatment of hair and scalp problems.

With our own in-house research and development team we have full control over all our technology advancements. Much of our research is into the power of natural ingredients. We use as many organic ingredients as possible in our formulations, to respect our customers and the planet. With this in mind, we follow a basic rule of 1 chemical principle ingredient and a minimum of 2 natural actives to reinforce the action. All Capilo products are free from parabens, sulphates, silicone and allergens.

Our scalp therapies ranges are broken down into 4 main areas: Hair loss, dandruff/dry scalp, oily scalp and hair loss and oily scalp. The families are colour coded for easy identification, however, your scalp therapist may prescribe products from different families depending on your treatment plan.

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