Hair Most Fair: Specialised regrowth treatments from Zeva Hair Spa

A head of shiny hair is the very first step to looking your best. But as age catches up with you, hair loss, thinning and structural weakening start to rear their ugly heads. If you are suffering from these trichological – hair and scalp-related – issues, there may be hope on the horizon thanks to a series of innovative and cutting-edge technological treatments from Zeva Hair Spa.

Get hair most fair at Zeva Hair Spa

Zeva Hair Spa, which recently opened its flagship store at Causeway Bay’s Lee Garden 6, specialises in helping both male and female clients rejuvenate their hair follicles and scalp to foster healthy hair regrowth. Brenda, the centre’s charming owner, personally swears by the success of these treatments, several of which she has imported specifically for Zeva’s discerning guests.

Newly-open Zeva Hair Spa flagship store in Lee Garden 6

Zeva’s approach is two-fold, with the less-intensive focused on easy-to-maintain long-term hair care using natural, chemical-free products such as Korea’s renowned ECOREVI line – of which Zeva is the exclusive purveyor in Hong Kong. Utilising the most restorative of properties from plants and mineral essences drawn from Mother Nature herself, they’re purported to cure everything from dandruff to damaged scalp or even just dry hair.

The second of its two-pronged approach is more in-depth, focusing on consistent, recurring tricological problems like balding and receding hairlines. Any such treatment plan first begins with a personalised hair and scalp examination by a trained tricologist.

All scalp treatments at Zeva Hair Spa start with an in-depth examination
All scalp treatments at Zeva Hair Spa start with an in-depth examination

Once any problem areas and issues have been diagnosed, the high-tech treatments, ranging from scalp magnetotherapy and chemical residue cleansing to full-on anti-balding hair regeneration, can begin. Even those with no major issues can opt to try the Jet Peel + Serum + Oxyjet (HK$1,300), a scalp peel, revitalising serum and oxygen-injection treatment guaranteed to moisturise and rejuvenate your scalp and roots.

Innovative Oxyjet machine injects oxygen and stimulates hair regrowth in your scalp
An innovative Oxyjet machine injects oxygen and stimulates hair regrowth in your scalp

Aside from trichological treatments, Zeva Hair Spa also boasts a full-fledged salon section with a dedicated team of stylists keen to help fulfil your every hairstyling need, be it colouring, cutting, straightening or more. Book your own scalp and hair examination or treatment now.

Zeva Hair Spa
Address: 302, Lee Garden 6, 111 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay
Tel: 2146 3118

Is the Deesse Pro LED Mask beauty-tech gadget really worth US$2,300?

If its website is to be believed, skincare expert Deesse Pro claims to have found a high-tech way to combat wrinkles, crow’s feet and a whole host of other dermatological problems with the Deesse Pro LED Mask. 

The Deesse Pro LED Mask uses light therapy to combat skin problems

According to its website, this particular gadget ‘provides a safe, pain-free way to achieve naturally vibrant and clearer skin’. In a move more suited to sci-fi movies than beauty treatments, the mask utilises low-level light therapy through the medical-grade LED (light emitting diodes) mounted on its interior surface. These tiny bulbs emit different wavelengths of light that are, supposedly, clinically proven to rejuvenate the skin.

Eight different treatment modes are available that utilise five different light wavelengths, including anti-ageing, purifying, detoxifying, brightening, calming and more.

For US$2,300, the Deesse Pro LED Mask promises anti-ageing, detoxing and purifying treatments

Think it sounds too good to be true? Well, there’s at least one vocal celebrity expert who’s a big fan –aesthetician-to-the-stars Shani Darden, who services famous faces of such Hollywood luminaries as Jessica Alba, Emma Stone, and Chrissy Teigen. Other famous endorsers include Kim Kardashian, Kate Hudson and Madonna, herself.

But with a staggering price tag of US$2,300, is it truly worth shelling out so much cash to add the Deese Pro LED Mask to your home beauty kit? After all, just because celebrities like Jessica Alba expound the benefits of light therapy, it doesn’t mean you’ll get equally A-list skin. So then, in the end, perhaps it’s better to err on the side of caution and opt for more tried-and-true traditional, holistic treatments instead.