Whether you are using new safer products, going natural, removing hair dye, or just maintaining a healthy scalp; these tips are for you.
Growing healthy hair begins with a healthy scalp. We grow new layers of skin, go through shedding, harsh weather conditions and product build-up; a regular detox, healthy food and scalp treatments go a long way for the good health of your scalp. When your scalp is healthy, new hair is rooted and grows on well-nourished grounds.
Hot oil treatments
- Soothe dry, itchy scalp.
- Encourage healthy hair growth by nourishing the scalp long enough to absorb vitamins.
- Assist in recovering hair loss.
- Increase blood circulation, which encourages hair growth.
- While you relax head massages also assist your body to produce a natural oil sebum, which hydrates your scalp as nature intended.
- Massages allow oxygen to flow, this increases blood circulation which encourages hair growth.
- Soothe dry itchy scalp
Wash your scalp regularly
- A frequent wash will keep your scalp safe from getting clogged up by dead skin cells, dust and product build up. This also allows your hair and scalp to absorb moisture effectively.
- Removes all dead skin cells.
- Opens up pores which allows your scalp to breathe and absorb moisture effectively.
- Detox your scalp every three months for a clean healthy scalp.
- Detoxing is also good for removing hair dye, preparing/switching products for a seasonal or healthier hair regimen.
Eat foods that make your scalp healthier
- Vitamin A rich foods help the body produce natural oil sebum, which conditions the scalp naturally.
- Foods high in vitamin A include carrots, pumpkin and mango and sweet potatoes.
- Omega 3 rich foods keep your scalp hydrated. Foods high in Omega 3 include avocado, walnuts, salmon and sardines.
How do you maintain a healthy scalp?