By Black Hair Hub | Nov 19, 2019
Healthy hair starts at the roots – at the scalp. The health of your scalp reflects on the health of your hair. A healthy scalp means healthy hair.
Cleansing and exfoliating your hair is very important. It gets rid of product build-up and bacteria from oil, conditioners and hair sprays. The dirt and grime from polluted air can also leave residue in your hair. Here’s a tip for every hair wash – concentrate at the scalp.
Moisturizing your scalp is as important as moisturizing your scalp. It restores the overall pH balance in your scalp, thus reflecting in your hair as well. Use a leave-in conditioner such as African Pride Moisture Miracle Coconut Milk & Honey Leave-In Conditioner, enriched with the moisturizing benefits of honey and nourishing coconut milk to hydrate your scalp. It smells absolutely divine!
Protect your scalp and roots from direct sunlight. The skin on your scalp is sensitive and high temperatures can cause scalp damage. Use a hat or a scarf to cover your hair from the sun and a cap to protect it from cold weather. Exposing your hair to extreme cold and heat, both can take a toll on your hair. Lastly, always try and wash your hair with room temperature water.
Who doesn’t love a good massage? Just like you get yourself a pedicure every month, show some love to your scalp as well. A head massage increases blood circulation, which in turn increases the oxygen and nutrient supply to your scalp. We’ve used the African Pride Moisture Miracle 5 Essential Oils and it serves the purpose and amazingly well! It is enriched with coconut, argan, castor, grapeseed and olive oil – all of these promote hair growth and prevent breakage.
Make sure you stick to this scalp care routine for happy, healthy hair!
Are you suffering from stunted hair growth? Check out 7 Reasons That Explain Why Your Hair Is Not Growing.
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