Hey again, everybody I hope you. I read that disclaimer, if you don’t. So I want you to see my client. This is about three months after her install and she does have seborrheic dermatitis and psoriasis. So if you guys don’t really know what that is, it’s a chronic autoimmune disease that causes skin cells to build up really quickly. In really on any part of the skin, it’s not an infection, you cannot catch it. It’s linked to out of your auto, I’m sorry, your immune system and genetics now the symptoms.
They vary from person to person. You can have itching bleeding raised two patches of skin. Just a puss in some situations, so that’s what you’re gonna see a little bit of everything. So now with this client here, she’s got a lot of raised skin cells up underneath there she’s had her extensions in for about ten weeks. We’ve got about an inch and a half of new growth. You see right here. This is a really overactive area that part right. There was giving a husband trouble mmm her scalp is actually pretty clean. It’s a little frosted from from her issue and it’s the little dusty in there, but for the most part, you’ve got those raised areas, but her scalp isn’t as bad. As you know, some other scopz have been definitely not as bad as it was. When she first started coming to me, she actually had her skin had turned into a different kind of type of skin. It was a lot rough bumpy and she had severe hair loss in some areas that had the more overactive raised skin feels. So when we removed all of those it took a while, but it regenerated and now she’s got a full head of hair everywhere. So we’re going to start by unraveling the braids taking them down, and this part, I love to pick stuff, so I am a picker and um. I personally I enjoy when my clients come to me with scalp issues. I love to help them and I love to assist the dermatologist in treating what issue it is and while I’m on that point, I want to talk a little bit about cosmetology and dermatology. Cosmetology is the practice of studying cosmetics in our profession. We are allowed to use items that will change the appearance of your skin or scalp or hair. With our license. We can’t treat your scalp.
We can’t diagnose it and offer you a treatment for it. That’s what a dermatologist does. So I can carry out a dermatologist treatment, but I can’t treat it so when I say I’m treating my client I’m actually using what the dermatologist offered to them and I’m just following the process. There are not a lot of dermatologists that actually do hair. I know there are some look, I think those are, and you can tell her Scott was stressed out, and this is like a really overactive area. If you were to run your fingers over it, it would be really bumpy and and dry and um and raised like it wouldn’t be a smooth ball. You would have all these these these eruptions going on and you got to remove that you’ll see in another clip where the hair, actually, since it’s like a thin liquid, sometimes when it presses it coats the scalp when I say it was like frosted, but the hair Follicles are still able to grow in through that some of them, so it completely encapsulates your your your freely growing hair out of your out of your scalp. So I’m going to take the white tooth comb and just free up some of the debris. Now when you’re, when you have your extensions in normal hair loss is 75 to 150 strands a day. That’s everybody! That’s across the globe! That’s normal! When you have your hair. Put up your hair is still shedding 75 to 150 strands a day. Now, if you can see, she does not have a lot of hair loss at all. This is coming straight out. We didn’t do any tick tricks straight out. We don’t have. I can’t imagine, I can’t stress it up: it’s not a lot of hair loss. So now we have the white tooth comb and I’m going to go in and detangle, so we do have two areas in the back that still have that. The patches of skin that I said were that had completely changed in texture and you’ll. See that again in the minute, no, you know what I think you’ll see that on the this is a part. So this is the first part just the removal, and then I have another part too. It’s like she’s gonna show her hair getting Reber, aidid and reese odeon and that’s gonna be nixed. But you can see like those areas in the back that that have actually changed texture.
So she’s got a full head of hair. You guys like forehead of thick extremely healthy hair, and this was not the case when she first started coming to me. Many people are going to say you know we’re taught in school to not scratch up dandruff and we’re not scratching up the flakes. But in reality, if you have a client, that’s coming to you to get her hair styled and you’re, not cleaning her hair and her scalp you’re doing her a disservice. The people previous to me were shampoo and her hair. If they wanted to touch her at all and then they weren’t even cleaning her scalp, it was steal big eruptions on her scalp. Her scalp was literally covered. When she came to me. I really took my time with her and the reward was much greater than the sacrifice. We were both happy at the end of the day and I got a new client for life. Most of her big flakes have dislodged you know, they’re, just trapped in her hair they’re, not going anywhere until you know I needed to take it down a shampoo like these pieces, but I do you want to. I do want to show you this chunk and you can kind of see how the hair grows through the scalp secretions. So you can see the holes here where the hair was coming through, and this is a pretty good nice sized flake. You know what I’m saying: can you imagine standing behind her in a line and that just sitting on her shoulder ain’t, nobody got time for that, so getting back to the medicine now cosmetics, if you can walk up in a store and pick it up yourself as A consumer: that’s a cosmetic if you have to go behind the counter and ask for prescript permission or have a prescription, that’s medicine. So the dermatologist deals with the medicine. Cosmetologist deals with cosmetics. So a lot of people are saying I would do this and I would do that. I would do this. I would do that well under your license. You really can’t do any of that, so you need to turn, take a step back and look at the laws. So this is her scalp. Now this is a little. This is from me just coming through it. You see some red patches and that’s not irritated. I haven’t scratched her Scott, her flakes up yet at all That’s just what’s going on so we’re putting our cut products.
Scalp cleanse on here – and this is going to soften up – that that tight skin and it’s also going to loosen up some of those the scales So I spray this evenly and I completely saturate her scalp We give her a nice light, scalp massage while I’m just working it in and making sure it’s getting in there and beginning to soften everything So when it’s thoroughly applied and all of her scalp has been covered, there’s no really neat There’s no real need to put it on her hair Then we just place her under a heated dryer with the plastic cap on and the cap is going to generate some steam and that’ll pre soften and get to get the the first steps of the softening process Going so now, she’s out, we left her under there for about 10 minutes and remember the dryer was already heated, didn’t go into it cold and now I’m just running my fingers through it trying to figure out where her elevations are, and I go back and that’s When I started scratching now, the the steaming and the the pre cleanse all softens it up tremendously, and even though she has some overactive areas, I still scratched her entire scalp up and it’s not a sharp comb at all It’s it’s and it’s not a hard digging process You’Re gonna see them when you get ready as soon as you scratch One piece, you’re gonna see how much of it is actually there in this area Right here, like I said it was her active area So I did spend quite some time over here and she had a really big eruption, so we did that all the way around and, as you can see with my hand, movements I’m as gentle as I possibly can be Now we come to shampoo so with shampoo We’Re going to use the clarifying shampoo, then we go in with a dandruff shampoo and then we could do a conditioner So those are her steps The doctor does prescribe her a shampoo and she hates it when we use that shampoo, the texture of her hair changes and we didn’t see any results from it anyway, so we stopped using it If you want to see the other process and thank you so much for for watching