your scalp and hair care specialist

take care of your scalp and hair from the inside out

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About us

Hairmatology is a scalp and hair care specialist business that believes that true beauty is only attained from the inside out

Our aim as a business is to keep you informed on how to take care of your scalp and hair from the inside out by bringing innovative hair care products and scientific solutions to all your scalp and hair care needs.

History of the company

Founded on the 21st of January 2014 as BlkSapphire (Pty) Ltd by Zandile Anne Mboshane. A chemical engineer by profession who holds a BSc(Eng) in Chemical Engineering from the University of the Witwatersrand. She has worked in a varied number of industries as a Process and Project Engineer within the Petrochemical, Beverage Manufacturing Industry and IP Industry. The business name changed from BlkSapphire to Hairmatology and rebranded on the 24th of August 2018 to reposition and reintroduce the brand back into the haircare market. Read the article on my rebranding journey published by SheLeadsAfrica.

Our hair care services

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Hair Product range

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Hair Therapy Sessions

We run workshops and seminars on hair care with a focus on knowing, owning and loving your hair

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Clinic

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Consulting Service

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Our blog

Cosmetics

To hand sanitize or not to hand sanitize? That is the question…

According to Cosmetics and Toiletries due to the high demand of hand sanitizer in response to the Corona Virus, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) of America hasn’t made it compulsory for manufacturers of alcohol based hand sanitizers or hand rubs to disclose the methods they use to manufacture these products or to prove that they are safe for use on ones hands.

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Hair Product Ingredients

Lets talk Parabens…

Parabens are preservatives that are used in hair products, particularly water based products to increase the shelf life of the product by preventing disease causing pathogens from growing in the products.

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