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WHAT HAPPENS DURING THE IN-SALON TREATMENT?
Based on your customized analysis results, a soothing or stimulating gel will be applied to the scalp. Next, the scalp is thoroughly cleansed with a scrubbing tool and stimulating comb. A scalp massage and LED stimulation complete the in-salon routine.
Your Customized Treatment Program
Based on the needs identified during your personalized analysis, we will use either a stimulating or soothing treatment during your salon visit.
Our scrubbing tool exfoliates and thoroughly cleans the scalp of product residue and dead skin cells using micro vibrations.
Hair follicles are stimulated using an electrostimulation comb that uses low-intensity current to provide better penetration of the recommended gel.
Based on your recommendations, a shampoo will be used during a scalp massage to enhance blood circulation within your scalp. When your scalp is ‘tight’ from stress, circulation and hair growth are hindered.
Moisturize Hair and Scalp
A lotion from your customized product regimen will be applied to lubricate and condition your scalp, preventing flakes and irritation.
The electrostimulation comb, which is equipped with LED lights, is used to stimulate the scalp using pulses of light in different frequencies.
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904 S Military Ave
Green Bay, WI 54304
1250 N Westhill Blvd
Appleton, WI 54914
Mon 8:30am – 5pm | Tues 8:30am – 8pm | Wed 8:30am – 8pm | Thurs 8:30 – 8pm | Fri 8:30am – 5pm
Sat 8am – 3pm | Sun Closed
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!