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Everything To Know About Scalp Exfoliation

As we all know, exfoliation is a kind of skin care method. But recently, scalp exfoliation goes viral on TikTok and lots of people try it at home or hair salon. Is scalp exfoliation really helpful? Let’s scroll down to know more.

Before knowing how scalp exfoliation works, let’s have a basic knowledge background of scalp exfoliation.

What is scalp exfoliation?

scalp exfoliation

Scalp exfoliation is a type of scalp massage that is one of the best things you can do for your scalp. Except for body and facial scrubs, scalp exfoliation is now being recognized as a significant part of the hair regimen.

Just like your skincare, your scalp also needs exfoliation to avoid oily and frizzy hair. So if you are looking for scalp massage, try to do this method.

Why should I Exfoliate My Scalp?

It is for scalp and hair protection. Your clean hair can be easily contaminated if it is exposed to the air for a long time, especially in the hot summer and dry winter as your scalp contains sebaceous glands that produce oil (sebum).

Even though you don’t suffer from dandruff, your hair wellness can be greatly affected if it’s not getting a thorough exfoliation every week.

Therefore, for the sake of your, try to do it every weekend and enjoy the whole process.

How To Exfoliate Your Scalp?

Exfoliate Your Scalp

Scalp exfoliation is usually performed on wet, just-shampooed hair. You can place the product directly on the head, avoiding most of the hair shaft.

After you comb through and separate sections of your hair, you can apply the scrub with your fingertips. Use small circular motions and your fingertips to gently lift the dead skin cells off the scalp.

For this process, you can also use a brush designed for exfoliation. After 20 minutes, rinse your hair with warm water.

 

 

Tips:

Be ultra-gentle when using your fingers or a gadget to exfoliate your scalp to avoid irritation.

For those with sensitive scalp or other scalp issues, you should consult your doctor for further guidance.

Massage your scalp once a week. Even if exfoliation removes oil from the scalp, more frequent exfoliation may cause the scalp to panic and over-produce oil.

How Can I Make A Homemade Scalp Exfoliator?

Homemade Scalp Exfoliator

Yes!!! there are two recipes we recommend.

The mix of brown sugar and oatmeal scrub:

Two tablespoons of brown sugar, two tablespoons of oatmeal and two tablespoons of a hair conditioner.

The mix of natural sugar, coconut oil and cider vinegar.

Two tablespoons of natural sugar, one tablespoon of coconut oil, and one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar.

The two homemade recipes create a physical exfoliant that will help slough off dead skin cells. After washing your hair with shampoo, apply the mixture to your wet hair. Use gentle, circular motions to reach the scalp, and rinse your hair again.

What are the benefits of scalp exfoliation?

1. Prevents dry scalp

Having flakes on your scalp doesn’t always equal dandruff. It could be an indication that the scalp is very dry or irritated. Exfoliating the scalp allows for its natural oils to nourish and keep our scalp and hair healthy.

2. Keep your scalp and hair clean and fresh

It is quite helpful to remove the oil and dust on your head to keep your hair clean all day. If you want your hair to be shiny and clean, just do it!

3. Promote healthy hair growth by waking up the follicles.

A tight and dry scalp will not encourage hair growth. But if you stick to doing scalp exfoliation, your scalp might be revitalized again by waking up the follicles.

Conclusion

Scalp exfoliation is just as important as other areas of the body. Give your scalp and hair a treatment to remove scalp build-up, reduce the occurrence of dandruff, and stimulate hair growth. If you have any questions, leave a comment below. Sunber Hair


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