By observation: Wash your face and do not apply anything for one hour. Observe in a mirror how your skin looks like.

  • Oily skin – produces more sebum than needed. Looks shiny.
  • Normal skin – produces just enough sebum. Looks moisturized but not shiny.
  • Dry skin – Does not produce enough sebum to moisturize the skin. Looks dull and can be flaky.
  • Combination skin type – some parts of the skin will look moisturized than other parts. The difference is mostly observed along the T-Zone and cheeks.

Alternatively, perform a skin type test using a sebum meter.

Your hair type is determined by the curls your natural hair makes. Some curls are deeper than others. Check the hair type chart against your curls.

Have a good hair care regimen that reduces hair breakage and enhances length retention. This includes using protective hairstyles and products that keep your hair healthy.

Avoid plaiting along the hairline and hairstyles that strain the hairline. Use protective hairstyles and massage your hairline with a warm mixture of black castor oil and palm kernel oil. 

Start by knowing your alopecia type and its cause. Some alopecia cases are treatable, especially when the hair follicles are still intact. For these mild cases, massage with a mixture of black castor, Hemp Seed and Blackeed Oil. Observe all proper hair care rules. Consult a trichologist for severe cases of alopecia.

Trichologist Contact

John Mboros +254706241881

Muli Musyoka +254724572720