Active Care Scalp Therapy
The Active Care experience begins with a hair and scalp analysis, followed by an exclusive in-salon treatment and a customized product recommendation.
Are bad hair days turning into bad hair, everyday?
What is your scalp trying to tell you?
There’s no such thing as bad hair, only a deprived scalp. Attaining gorgeous hair has so much to do with its roots, however both are essential to the lush appearance of your hair and the way it performs when styled.
Your scalp needs to be nourished in order for the hair follicles to be strong and keep producing new hair. However, after hair grows out of your scalp, damaging environmental elements and styling routines can undo all of the nourishment you put into your scalp and cause common hair issues such as:
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A lifetime of good hair days
starts at the scalp
At Keith’s Haircenter We Offer:
We’re passionate about the science and beauty of hair care and we’re leading the way towards the future.
Partnering with PRO|GEN Labs, Keith’s Haircenter strives to be at the forefront of the hair care industry. We think it goes beyond beauty, starting at the root with a deep knowledge of scalp and hair care, creating a healthy foundation for beautiful hair to grow. Hair care specialists should have the tools to effectively assess the client’s hair and scalp condition and proactively offer the best recommendations. And their clients should enjoy good hair days for life.
To learn more about the revolutionary Active Care system, call Keith’s Haircenter at:
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Keith’s Haircenter News
Keith’s Haircenter’s Partner, Voga Wigs & Hair Add-Ons, Gives 8-Year Old Girl the Wig She’s Been Wishing For
Voga Wigs & Hair Add-Ons was featured on WBAY Channel 2 news recently for giving an 8-year old Kewaunee girl a wig she asked for on Facebook her last fitting recently.
Jimena Dias-Vazquez was diagnosed with a hair loss condition called Alopecia when she was five. Due to outpouring of support from the community and donations from Voga Wigs in Green Bay, Jimena walked out with her new wig, excited to wear it to school on Tuesday.
“I’m hoping this wig gives her the confidence she needs as a young individual; boost her ego, just makes her feel like a princess,” said Lynn Drafz, manager of Voga Wigs.
Those at Voga Wigs say her new special wig can be treated like normal hair. We were very happy to help Jimena get a new human hair wig!