Hair care

Our expert advice on caring for your hair on a daily basis, massaging your scalp, shampooing and lots of other professional tips.

  • How can I reduce excess sebum in my hair?

    How can I reduce excess sebum in my hair?

    Excess sebum in the hair is a common problem. While a certain amount of sebum is essential for maintaining healthy hair and scalp, too much can lead to cosmetic problems and discomfort. Find out more...
  • Hydrogen peroxide for hair: good or bad idea?

    Hydrogen peroxide for hair: good or bad idea?

    The use of hydrogen peroxide in hair care is a subject that raises many questions. Commonly used to bleach or lighten hair, this chemical substance, also known as hydrogen peroxide, is both popular and...
  • What's the best cure for hair growth?

    What's the best cure for hair growth?

    In a world where appearance is paramount, having dense, shiny hair is often seen as a sign of beauty, health and youth. However, various factors, such as stress, genetics and environmental aggression, can...
  • Itchy scalp: what natural remedy?

    Itchy scalp: what natural remedy?

    What causes an itchy scalp? When our scalp itches, it can sometimes be hard to think about anything else and it feels like it's never going to stop. In reality, itching is caused by...
  • Cleansing the scalp: the steps

    Cleansing the scalp: the steps

    René Furterer, the father of the founder of CLAUDERER, used to say: "healthy hair grows on a healthy scalp". This credo, which seems full of common sense, was quite revolutionary at the beginning of the...
  • Scaling of the scalp

    Scaling of the scalp

    First of all, remember that the skin (and therefore the scalp) renews itself every 4 weeks or so. In practical terms, skin cells are produced in the basal layer of the epidermis, then migrate to the surface and...
  • Scabs on the scalp

    Scabs on the scalp

    Scabs on the scalp are often unpleasant because, most of the time, they are accompanied by itching. Of course, scratching them (a natural reaction) can make them worse, or even, if the situation persists, cause...
  • Scalp fungi: causes, symptoms and treatments

    Scalp fungi: causes, symptoms and treatments

    Unfortunately, there is an infinite variety of fungi present in our bodies, often in a latent state and without affecting us to any great extent. These plant micro-organisms develop in our bodies in the same way as the fungi that...
  • Scalp massage to stimulate hair growth

    Scalp massage to stimulate hair growth

    Discover the 3 "hair gym" massages to soften your scalp, encourage root irrigation and stimulate hair growth and regrowth. massages. As a bonus, a feeling of well-being is guaranteed!
  • The benefits and harmful effects of the sun on your hair

    The benefits and harmful effects of the sun on your hair

    In summer, what's good for some hair types is bad for others: it all depends on the nature and sensitivity of your scalp. Just like your skin, your hair needs attention if it's to enjoy...
  • How can I make my hair grow faster?

    How can I make my hair grow faster?

    Who hasn't dreamt of one day having long, dense, supple hair that fell to mid-back or even to the hips? Without necessarily wanting to achieve such lengths, perhaps you simply want to know how to make your hair grow faster...
  • Vitamin ingredients for hair

    Vitamin ingredients for hair

    AN ESSENTIAL TRIO These three ingredients are essential, as they form the very raw material of keratin. So it's essential that you find them in every product you buy to combat alopecia, whatever the nature of the problem.
  • What are the best vitamins for hair?

    What are the best vitamins for hair?

    What can vitamins do for hair? Are they effective? Back to school comes with its share of stress, new things that aren't always pleasant, bad weather, etc, etc, ... You feel flat, you lack energy and your hair...
  • How do you shampoo properly?

    How do you shampoo properly?

    The way you shampoo your hair is no trivial matter, and goes a long way to determining your hair's ecosystem. Here are 10 questions and answers to dispel preconceived ideas and help you shampoo successfully. Two successive washes are recommended for clean hair....
  • Scalp psoriasis and hair loss

    Scalp psoriasis and hair loss

    Have you noticed the appearance of yellow or white patches on your head accompanied by severe itching? What if it's psoriasis? A chronic inflammatory skin disease, psoriasis is thought to affect 2% to 3% of the population...
  • Dandruff and itchy scalp

    Dandruff and itchy scalp

    Although we tend to associate dandruff with itchy scalp, this is not necessarily automatic. You can have an itchy scalp without it being linked to dandruff, and vice versa....
  • Seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp and hair loss

    Seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp and hair loss

    Do you have red patches appearing in your hair, causing dandruff and severe itching? Is your scalp red and irritated? Do these patches extend from your scalp to certain parts of your face, and...
  • What can I do to repair my dull, porous hair?

    What can I do to repair my dull, porous hair?

    Is your hair lacking in shine? Is it dull and dry, and despite all the care you lavish on it, no remedy seems sufficient to restore its vigour and shine, suppleness and vitality? Hair is not naturally dull or...
  • How can I moisturise my scalp and dry hair?

    How can I moisturise my scalp and dry hair?

    Dry hair is not inevitable, as long as you understand the causes. Clauderer's specialists can explain why you get dry hair, and explain the right things to do and the wrong habits to avoid.
  • What can I do to thicken my thinning hair?

    What can I do to thicken my thinning hair?

    It's one thing to have naturally fine hair, but it's quite another to see it getting thinner by the day, whatever its original thickness. There's no need to wait for thinning areas on the scalp...
  • What to do about electric hair

    What to do about electric hair

    Hair is attracted to your comb, brush or jumper because its static electricity charge is the opposite of that of these objects. Is your hair electric in winter? Are you unable to style it? Find out more...
  • How to stop greasy hair?

    How to stop greasy hair?

    What causes greasy hair? What can you do about it? Our advice on how to avoid the embarrassing and unsightly consequences of this natural physiological phenomenon, which is good for the health of our skin and scalp...
  • Brittle hair: what can you do?

    Brittle hair: what can you do?

    A cascade of thick hair, bursting with vitality, reflecting light from root to tip with the slightest movement, and why not a mass of supple, invigorating curls to complete this idyllic picture... Who among us hasn't...
  • Homemade shampoos for frizzy hair

    Homemade shampoos for frizzy hair

    Clauderer suggests blends based on common natural products that cleanse frizzy hair without damaging its protective film. DEPENDING ON THE CONDITION OF YOUR HAIR, THERE ARE 4 POSSIBLE FORMULAS VERY OVER-GREASED HAIR WITH OILS OR GREASES...