Hair Loss

Hair loss (Alopecia) is no longer a condition that affects only the middle aged or seniors. More people are experiencing hair loss at a younger age. Causes that contribute to the increasing number of people suffering from early hair loss include hectic lifestyle, stress and an imbalance diet.

Seeking early & effective treatments from us can help you reverse this condition. We can help you regain healthy scalps & regrow your hair beautifully so that you can feel confident again.

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Recommended Treatments for Hair Loss

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Herbal Hair Treatment

Our Herbal Hair Treatment uses 14 types of top graded natural chinese herbs and is prepared by a traditional cooking method, without adding any chemicals, preservatives or artificial colouring.

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Herbal Medicinal Treatment

Regrow Herbal Medicinal Hair Treatment uses a proprietary liquid tonic formulation that extracts the essence of natural traditional herbs that have been proven to prevent hair loss and stimulate hair growth.

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Colourless Hair Dye with Scalp Treatment (Japan Formulation)

Our Colourless Hair Dye with Scalp Treatment uses a Japan formulation that contains 100% natural vegetal ingredients made with 9 premium herbs, nourishing the hair and promoting healthy hair growth.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Hair loss is an extremely common occurrence and affects most people in varying degrees at some point in their lives. Hair loss can occur due to one or a mix of the following: severe stress, genetics, illnesses such as thyroid disease and anemia, nutritional changes, hormonal changes related to puberty, pregnancy and menopause, vitamin D deficiency, or side effects of strong medication (such as chemotherapy).

Hair loss is an extremely common occurrence and affects most people in varying degrees at some point in their lives.

Hair loss can occur due to one or a mix of the following: severe stress, genetics, illnesses such as thyroid disease and anemia, nutritional changes, hormonal changes related to puberty, pregnancy and menopause, vitamin D deficiency, or side effects of strong medication (such as chemotherapy).

Hair loss is an extremely common occurrence and affects most people in varying degrees at some point in their lives.

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