Check out our video & use your favorite Farmhouse products to incorporate scalp scrubbing into your routine!
- Removes dead skin cells.
- Unclogs pores by removing build up.
- Can relieve irritated and itchy scalps. caused by various scalp conditions.
- Promotes hair growth by stimulating blood circulation to the scalp.
While the body naturally replaces dead skin cells with new skin cells, sometimes it can use a little help in the form of exfoliation. This is true even for the scalp. Removing dead skin cells encourages cellular turnover on your scalp allowing for fresh, healthy new cells to surface. Another factor in favor of exfoliation is the removal of product buildup such as gel, creams, hair sprays and other styling products. Scalp exfoliation involves using physical or chemical exfoliants to get the job done. Physical exfoliants require massaging against the scalp to work at their best.
1. Thoroughly wet your hair and section with fingers or wide tooth comb. Working with hair in sections may be easier if you have thick or long hair.
2. Mix together our Whipped Body Butter (using hair conditioner is an option) and Sandalwood & Lavender Sugar Scrub. Apply to your scalp and massage in in circular motion.
3. Rinse well and then cleanse & condition the hair with our Hibiscus & Quinoa Shampoo & Conditioner.
OTHER USEFUL INFO
Although it’s safe to massage your scalp every day, stick to scalp scrubbing no more than once a month because exfoliation removes oil from the scalp, and if done too frequently, may cause the scalp to panic and over-produce oil.
Not recommended for those with extra sensitive or that bleed easily in the scalp.
Until Next Time!
Toni Rene Author
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