Itchy Scalp

Itchy Scalp is usually caused by dandruff or skin condition or lack of sleep. Scratching your scalp would also eventually lead to hair loss.Itchy scalp is a condition called allergic contact dermatitis.

This happens to people who go for chemical colour hair dyes and use hair products (shampoos & hair styling products) that contain chemicals which trigger allergic reactions. Failure to control oily scalp and not practising proper hair hygiene cause chronic itchiness and eventual dandruff.


Recommended Treatments for Itchy Scalp


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 Hair Colouring Treatment

Using effective TCM herbs such as He Shou Wu, our Herbal Hair Treatment turns white hair to black (or brown), while treating your hair and providing scalp treatment simultaneously.

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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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Scalp Peeling

Regrow Scalp Peeling involves deep cleansing and exfoliating of the scalp to remove accumulated dirt, product buildup or clogged hair follicles. This promotes healthy hair growth, regulates scalp sebum level, and reduces hair loss.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Some common reasons that cause itchy scalp are:

Dandruff – Causes flaking of dead skin cells from the scalp, and may result in inflammation, redness, and itching

Dry Scalp – Lack of moisture in the scalp can cause itching and flaking

Seborrheic Dermatitis – A type of eczema that may lead to sebaceous glands overproducing scalp sebum, leading to itchy, inflamed and oily scalp

Scalp Psoriasis – skin condition that causes painful, itchy, red, scaly spots on the scalp

Yes, hormonal changes during pregnancy can cause itching due to fluctuations in hormone levels that send mixed signals to the scalp.

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