This is something that effects most male and many female hair loss sufferers. Take a look in the mirror. Make sure there is a good light over head. Examine your scalp, where you can see it through your hair. Does it look shiny? If not, this is not a major problem area for you. If so, pay careful attention to the remainder of this page.
What causes the shiny scalp common among hair loss sufferers?
Human skin naturally secretes an oil called ‘sebum’ via the sebaceous gland. Fresh sebum protects the skin and moisturises the hair. However sebum can combine with other oils, pollutants, cosmetic products and dead skin cells. If a combination of sebum and other materials is left to build up it can embed into the scalp.
When this occurs the sebum based oil forms a hard layer of plaque. This plaque clogs the scalps pores and embeds itself into the scalps top layer of dead skin (the epidermis).
This is a major problem because if the pores are clogged, hair follicles will not be able to grow. This is illustrated in the diagrams below.
It is important that you remove this layer as soon as possible
Unfortunately it is not easy to remove this layer of embedded plaque in most cases. Go ahead and try washing your scalp with shampoo as vigorously as you can – it won’t work. In fact there are only three known methods of properly removing the layer.
How to remove the embedded sebum based plaque
In the eBook I explain exactly how to totally remove the sebum based plaque from your scalp, unclogging your pores and allowing hairs to grow again. My method is especially good because not only does it remove the plaque and clear the pores, it also causes increased collagen production and blood flow in the scalp.
Why this is especially good
This is especially good because as soon as your scalps pores become clear they are immediately provided with a sudden abundance of blood flow and cell growth activity. As soon as you’ve cleared your scalps pores I instruct you on how to feed and invigorate the dormant hair follicles that have laid trapped under blocked pores. This gives your hair the maximum chance of regrowing fast.
This is a very important first step for the vast majority of hair loss sufferers. And even if you don’t have a noticeably shiny scalp, you can see how this would still be highly beneficial.
If you have a flaky, inflamed or sore scalp you should not follow the procedure I explain in the eBook as it is not suitable for you. Instead you should visit your doctor and have your scalp examined.