Take your scalp to the spa - introducing Scalp.Spa - a new in-salon service from HGR and take-home regimen from Kevin Murphy! Living and working in a bustling city like Toronto. Pollution, dust etc. Scalp health for best hair, hair growth, etc.
scalp spa services
IN-SALON TREATMENT | $120 The full SCALP.SPA TREATMENT includes a SCALP.SPA scrub to remove all the dirt and debris from the scalp, followed by a SCALP.SPA was wash to remove lava beads. Next is the SCALP.SPA treatment foam which will soothe and balance your scalp. Last but not least, the SCALP.SPA serum on any outbreaks or inflamed areas and then finished with a blowout. (90 Minutes)
TAKE-HOME TREATMENT | $190 This is technically the in-salon with the take-home regimen.
SCALP.SPA ADD ON | $25 Feeling flakey but crunched for time? Add on the Scalp.Spa Express Treatment which includes... foam to any blowdry or haircut service for only $50! (30 Minutes)
Since your scalp is largely hidden by your hair, it’s surprisingly easy to ignore. Kevin Murphy has long believed in "Skin Care for Your Hair" and with SCALP.SPA we are
Scalp treatments can also help to improve the overall health of the hair by providing essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals that are vital for healthy hair growth. They can also help in preventing hair loss, promoting hair growth, and maintaining the hair's natural shine, volume, and texture.
Scalp care is exactly what it sounds like — caring for your scalp. And like all skin care, good scalp care is all about combining good habits with effective, evidence-based products. When it comes to healthy habits, this means keeping your scalp clean, treating scalp conditions as soon as they develop and using proven treatments for common scalp and hair issues, such as female patter baldness. When it comes to products, healthy scalp care means choosing shampoo, conditioner and other products that are formulated for both your scalp and your hair.
So, why is scalp care important? However, while it may not be highly visible, your scalp plays a vital role in your appearance by supporting the growth of strong, dense and healthy hair. Your scalp contains between 80,000 and 120,000 hair follicles — small, tunnel-like structures in your skin from which hair grows. Each hair follicle plays a critical role in supporting hair growth and giving your hair its fullness and volume. Many conditions that we think of as affecting our hair actually originate in the scalp, particularly in the hair follicles. For example, many forms of hair loss — including androgenetic alopecia in women and traction alopecia — are caused by physical damage to the thousands of hair follicles located throughout your scalp. In addition, common skin issues, including some that affect your face, often start in your scalp. For example, forehead acne and acne around your hairline can often develop when sebum — a type of natural oil produced by sebaceous glands on your face and scalp — builds up over time, causing an oily scalp and skin. Certain products and items of clothing, such as oily hair styling products and sports equipment that covers your scalp and hair, may make these breakouts worse. Put simply, although you may not see your scalp everyday, an unhealthy scalp can have obvious effects on your hair and face — effects that aren’t always easy to hide. However, the flipside of this is also true. While an unhealthy scalp can have a negative effect on how you look, taking good care of your scalp can make it far easier to solve some common face and hair problems, from dry hair to certain types of facial acne.