REDISCOVER YOURSELF

Hair is part of our personality. Often a source of inner strength. It can define our identity. The relationship we have with our hair goes way beyond how we look, it affects our emotional well-being too.

Did you know that more than 50% of men suffer from hair loss? Not to mention an increasing number of women. And these days, it’s affecting more and more people at a younger age.

Our goal is to help you fall back in love with your hair. At CRLAB, our effective solutions are here to help you solve all your hair loss and scalp problems.

HAIR LOSS SOLUTIONS FOR YOU

CRLAB, specialists in the well-being of your hair and scalp.

For over fifty years we’ve been providing personalized solutions for your scalp and hair health. We’re passionate about making you look good and feel good. Nothing makes us happier than seeing you transform your appearance. Regain your self-confidence. And reclaim your life. Even though we’ve met over a million clients, to us you’re unique.

Trichology scalp and hair care

To put the health back into your hair, you first need to nourish your scalp. Our trichology treatments care for your scalp and hair, using cutting-edge technologies with a full range of laboratory-tested products. All made with high quality raw materials.

Hair prosthetic system

The ultimate answer to your hair loss. Rediscover yourself, with naturally thick hair. A patented solution that integrates real hair into areas where you’re experiencing thinning or hair loss. A fully customized hair enhancement that will look totally natural on you. Plus, it’s so functional, it gives you the freedom to live your life the way you want to.

Hair transplant surgery

We work with the top hair transplant professionals, to find the best transplant method for you.

REDISCOVER YOURSELF. LIKE THEY DID…

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Change your life with the CRLAB hair prosthetic system

“With the CRLAB hair prosthetic system I found myself again. My confidence, my freedom.”

“My life completely changed. I felt beautiful as soon as I put it on. Since wearing the CRLAB system, I feel even more beautiful than I did before. I can do anything I want to do.”

“It’s all so natural, so beautiful.”

The lives we’ve changed

Your solution for every hair concern

hair loss, dandruff,
oily scalp, irritated scalp,
itchy scalp

OUR TRICHOLOGY RANGE

Treatments designed to solve your specific hair concerns. And keep your hair healthy even with daily washes. Our treatments are all clinically tested to make sure they’re effective, so you know your hair’s in good hands.

Made in our laboratories by a team of biologists, biotechnologists, chemists and trichologists, each product is formulated to tackle your particular hair concern. We use active ingredients from raw plant materials and essential oils, combined with cutting-edge nanotechnologies.

Experts you can trust

Do you have specific questions or worries about your own hair situation?
If so, you may like to have an online consultation to discuss your personal hair concerns.

FIND YOUR NEAREST CENTER

Let our experts find the best solution for you.

BOOK A CONSULTATION

Book a consultation with our experts. Find out more about CRLAB solutions.

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ABOUT US

Scientific Area

Scientific collaboration between Professor Marco Toscani and Dr. Pasquale Fino, Chair of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, Umberto I Health Center – “Sapienza” University of Rome.

Dry skin or asteatosis

Dry skin or asteatosis is a scalp condition deriving from a lipid deficiency.
It is often associated with a situation of exacerbated dehydration. We can identify both internal and external causes for this anomaly.

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Hair loss from trichotillomania

Trichotillomania is a type of hair loss due to voluntary pulling by the patient which often ends up breaking the hair shaft. In general, the patient twists the hair around a finger.
The gesture is occasional when going to sleep or concentrating on a task, but may become repetitive or obsessive.

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Psychogenic alopecia (psychological baldness)

Psychogenic alopecia is a type of hair loss related to stress. Though not yet scientifically explained, this connection is well-known in the experience of those working with the problem. In addition to stress, other causes are personality disorders, states of anxiety and depression, all of which are conditions of acute or chronic stress.

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Seborrheic alopecia (seborrheic hair loss)

Seborrheic hair loss is a form of premature hair loss that generally afflicts men in their youth (onset between 20 and 30 years of age), mainly affecting the frontal region and the crown. The cause, as the name of the condition suggests, is related to an excess production of sebum that provokes or accelerates hair loss.

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Androgenetic alopecia (pattern hair loss) or baldness

Androgenetic alopecia is the most common type of hair loss and affects the majority of white men, with varying degrees of seriousness. It is less frequent in other ethnic groups. Often it can be associated with a family history of baldness, but the absence of other affected family members does not exclude the diagnosis. The condition is characterized by progressive hair loss in the crown area, the front hairline and the temporal area.

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PRPHT: the last frontier against hair loss

The acronym PRPHT stands for “Platelet Rich Plasma Hair Therapy”. It is a therapeutic medical technique that falls within the field of “regenerative medicine”; it is based on the principle that stem cells, which have been demonstrated to be present in the hair bulb, are equipped with growth factor receptors.

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