How much time do you spend on your hair? Okay, the same issue now about your scalp. Yup, think so. But you certainly should show some respect for the skin on your head — and scalp scrubs are a perfect way to prevent the grime and dirt from messing with your hairs.
They are super-simple to use: wash your hair before shampooing and drying, section it and then add a small amount of scrub directly with your fingers to the segment (not your head), says Justin Anderson, celebrity colorist and creative director of dpHue. Repeat around your scalp five or six times, massage and then rinse well. Only make sure to confine scalp scrubs to a routine of self-care once a week.
There's a great scalp scrub for you according to your exact hair issue. This is our pick.
This weekly exfoliating jelly is a treat for your scalp and hair. It has pink clay (a popular skin care ingredient rn) to help purify the exfoliation from your scalp and sea salt. In addition, it is free from parabens, phthalates, artificial colors and sulfates.
Big fan of chill and mask time? Then you will be all about the zinc-infused pyrithione. To let the anti-dandruff ingredients work their magic, apply it to your scalp and leave it on.
If you have oily skin on your hands, you have probably used salicylic acid skin care products in them before. Similarly, sal acid is injected into this scrub to further promote cell turnover. Here's what one satisfied customer had to say about it: "It makes my scalp feel refreshed and 'natural.' It's like my head had a spa treatment in the comfort of my own home."
This formula's azalea extract should leave your hair smooth, not stripped-feeling. You'll just enjoy the tingly feeling of cooling.
Few lazy girls calling! This body wash, which acts as a wash for the scalp. It has nourishing coconut oil in it to ensure that when you're using it, neither your hair nor your bodyshell dries.
This scalp scrub nixes sea salt residue and produces a smooth lather to cleanse oily roots.
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