Dealing with a perpetually oily scalp, or worried about seeing more and more strands of hair on your pillow or in the shower? That’s what our reader, Phyllis Tan, experienced after giving birth to her third child.
Hair problems typically surface for many reasons, factors such as stress, unhealthy diets, insufficient rest, and hormonal changes, can all affect the metabolism of your hair and lead to a buildup of toxins on your scalp.
While practising good hair care at home is important, sometimes, expert help is what’s required to get to the root of your hair woes, once and for all. With over 45 years of experience under their belt, award-winning hair and scalp specialist Beijing 101 is a trusted go-to for those seeking solutions for hair problems.
In 2019, Beijing 101 unveiled a fresh new logo and revamped look at their new Funan Mall outlet. The move allowed them to better cater to younger professionals, while retaining their DNA: offering custom treatments using premium-grade traditional Chinese herbal ingredients, to address a variety of hair woes which range from dry, sensitive or oily scalp, to dandruff and hair loss.
We sent Phyllis to try the Beijing 101 Advanced Meridian Scalp Detox Treatment at their Funan outlet. The holistic treatment combines lymphatic drainage massage with customised herbal hair products to detoxify and improve circulation, helping Phyllis to regain a healthier, fuller head of hair.
Read her experience and review of the treatment:
I was excited to try Beijing 101’s treatment as I suffer from an oily scalp. I didn’t have this condition before pregnancy, but post-partum hair loss has plagued me since giving birth. I’ve also noticed a regular increase in hair fall after showering.
My first impression of Beijing 101’s treatment centre at Funan treatment was that it looked really modern and felt very comfortable. The staff were courteous and friendly, and as soon as I stepped in, they served me brewed chrysanthemum tea with goji berries. In light of the coronavirus outbreak, they also took steps to ensure my peace of mind by taking my temperature and wearing masks.
A Beijing101 special, created by The Singapore Women's Weekly