Vigor Roots™ Scalp Care Blog

  • How To Keep Hair Healthy As You Age

    Healthy looks great on you. We’ll walk you through how to keep your hair happy through middle-age and your golden years.
  • Hairstyles That Require Extra Scalp Care

    Perms, bleach, dye, wigs, weaves, cornrows, box braids, and other protective styles call for some extra scalp care. Learn how to keep your scalp healthy and protect your new hair growth when rocking an elaborate new style.

  • Prevention is Better Than a Cure: Why 20 Somethings Need a Scalp Care Routine

    Your 20s are a great time to experiment with colors and styles- but not at the expense of your hair health. Here’s everything you need to know to keep your scalp happy so you don’t have to worry about hair thinning when you get older.

  • Why Natural Hair Care Products Are Better For You

    Plant-based, natural hair care products might cost you a little more than the products in your nearest grocery store. But, if you want long-lasting, healthy hair, they’re well worth the investment.
  • Teach Your Kids How To Have a Healthy Scalp Care Routine

    Learning how to have a healthy scalp in childhood sets kids up for a lifetime of healthy hair. Read on for how to help break generational cycles of preventable hair loss.

  • Scalp Care: Why You Need a Stylist

    There are some styles you just shouldn’t try at home. Regularly seeing a stylist is an important part of scalp care.
  • Scalp Care 101: Why Everyone Needs a Scalp Care Routine

    Everything you need to know to have a healthy scalp care routine so you can protect against hair thinning and loss and promote healthy hair growth.
  • Scalp Care for Hair loss and Baldness

    Hair loss affects many men and women worldwide, and it has various causes, such as stress, diet, autoimmune diseases, and hormonal changes.

    Some types of hair loss are reversible or at least can be slowed down with effective treatments. For example, with some conditions, such as patchy hair loss (alopecia areata), hair may regrow with treatment within a year.

  • Use Scalp Care to Treating Traction Alopecia and Stagnant Hair Growth

    Traction alopecia or thinning edges is hair loss that's caused by repeatedly pulling on your hairline. Tightly held hairstyles, like dreadlocks, hair extensions, scratching of hair, using rough pillows while sleeping, or excessive hair pulling (trichotillomania).

    Our concentrated formula was designed to treat the scalp and prevent concerns like dryness, flaking, product build-up, thinning, hair loss and sustain hair growth.