Scalp Care Is The New Skin Care

How To Take Care Of Your Scalp
We often neglect our scalp, because we tend to focus more on the health of our hair. It’s that simple and of course, understandable! Our scalps are close to being the densest areas of skin on our bodies. It has many sebaceous glands and, of course, loads of hair follicles. However, the skin on the top of our head absorbs what it is given, just like the skin on other parts of our body. Calming, enriching oils and other natural high antioxidant products can enter through our scalp, much like the rest of our body. And what people forget, or simply are not even aware of is that good scalp health will actually help keep your face clear and promote better hair quality and growth.

Health care experts even go so far as to compare our scalp and hair to soil and plants. If the soil is of a poor quality, the plants that grow from it will be too. So having clean and rich “soil”, or scalp, leads to having better quality hair.

Caring For Our Scalp

Scalp care products are often formulated to treat and prevent dryness, flaking, excess build up (like hair styling products), thinning, and even hair loss. Our scalps need some love too! Consistently removing dirt, buildup and oil via scalp stimulation should be a component of any good hair care routine. Regular hair brushing (this distributes your natural oils more evenly) and shampooing is crucial, but how often you do depends on the amount of sebum (oil) your scalp produces daily. The hair follicles get blocked quite easily due to dead skin cells, product buildup, and sebum. After an extended period of time where this occurs, it starts to inhibit hair growth.

Know Your Scalp Type (and how to fix it)

If you know what type of scalp you have then the following is recommended:

Dry Scalp: This is often caused from shampooing too much. Try reducing the use of shampoo to off days (or less) and use a scalp serum or oil to increase your scalp’s moisture.

Oily Scalp: If you own an oily scalp, you might benefit from shampooing your hair more often. Avoid shampoo that are ‘moisturizing’ and decrease using conditioners.

Sensitive Scalp: This type can be solved by adjusting the temperature of the water you use. Cool or lukewarm water is best, especially when paired with gentler shampoos.

Itchy Scalp: If you have itchiness or discomfort on your scalp, you should see a dermatologist for an evaluation. They can prescribe you with an anti-dandruff shampoo.

Here are some solutions to your scalp and hair troubles. For some more specific products you can use for your scalp have a look at these little miracles!

The Professional Hair Regrowth Laser Comb

This is a non-invasive, chemical free approach to promote the growth of thicker, fuller and healthier looking hair. Lasers help to kick start the hair regrowth and the revolutionary laser combs in this product are the first handy tools you can use right from the comfort of your own home. This very affordable comb is cordless and can be used while traveling too.

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SoothingScalp Massager – Shampoo Deep Cleaning Scalp Silicone Brush

With this scalp massager, you can create a deeply penetrating lather for your hair and scalp to actually make those expensive products you use do their job! It also massages and exfoliates the scalp. It has an ergonomic grip and comes in a range of fun colors. Scalp Massager

All Natural Hair Growth Oil - For Stronger, Thicker and Silkier Hair

Made proudly in the United States, Silky Smooth Solutions' All Natural Hair Growth Oil helps to reduce the occurrence of thinning, alopecia, and hair loss. It also helps to "reactivate" dormant hair follicles that have slowed down over time which have led to thinning hair and hair loss.

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