Trichology is the scientific study of disorders of the hair and scalp, including anatomy, physiology, nutrition, and the chemical and physical makeup of the hair and skin. The hair and scalp can be affected by imbalances inside and on the body, thus trichologists look at the hair, scalp, and systems of the body as one.
With upwards of 60% of women and 85% of men experiencing hair loss in their lifetime, Mane Garnet endeavours to create relationships with the very best in the dermatological, surgical and remedial fields related to hair and scalp skin health so that there are plenty of options available to the client. We believe that a well educated client is the best client, and therefore we spend quality time informing our clients of all options available to them.
What is Trichology?
What are some of the problems a trichologist can help with?
How much should my hair be growing each month?
Brow hairs grow .16mm per day.
I am losing so much more hair since it has grown long: why is this?
How many hairs are on my head?
What can I do to stop going gray?
I have dandruff and yet I try not to over-shampoo. What am I doing wrong?
Every time I colour my hair I get a flaky scalp. Should I be concerned?
I have psoriasis on my scalp and nothing I use seems to control it. Any suggestions?
I was told to use oil on my hair to help with its dryness: is this helpful?
An oil-rich emulsion will help with scalp skin conditions like dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis.
Comb or brush?
The former adage of 100 strokes of brushing hair to bring about shine and health comes from a a time when indoor plumbing and shampoos were not in existence. Brushing dry hair can also snap the lengths if the hair is suffering excessive dryness.
Are dry shampoos safe for use?