5 Benefits Of Scalp Scrubbing?

5 Benefits Of Scalp Scrubbing?

Scalp Scrubbing one of the best to keep your scalp clean. It also helps with circulation of the blood in the head. Clean and clarify the itchy sensation on the scalp. Brings more vitamins, minerals and other vital nutrients to hair follicles. If the scalp is cleaner than the hair growth will be good. Here are the benefits of scalp scrubbing and how you can try it at home.

It helps to remove dead cells.

It helps to relieve an itchy scalp and flaking of the scalp.

It prevents premature hair loss.

It helps to remove build up on the scalp and prevent clogging of hair follicles.

It helps to treat scalp acnes, scalp pimples, and whiteheads.

Scalp scrubbing packs are easy to prepare. Apart from scrubbing while shampooing and conditioning, you can also choose to scrub scalp separately. Here are a few recipe ideas you can opt for:

5 Benefits Of Scalp Scrubbing?

Brown Sugar -Coconut Oil Scrub: Mix 3 spoons of sugar with coconut oil (2 spoons). Add a few drops of essential oils like tea tree, jasmine and lavender. Apply and massage your scalp for some time. Wash it off with a mild shampoo.

5 Benefits Of Scalp Scrubbing?

Honey – Sugar Scrub: Mix half cup honey with one cup of sugar granules. Add a few drops of white vinegar. Apply on scalp and massage gently. Cover your head with a shower cap and sit for some time. Wash off.

5 Benefits Of Scalp Scrubbing?

Olive Oil – Egg Scrub: Mix an egg with 2 spoons of olive oil. Add a spoon of vinegar and another spoon of powdered fenugreek seeds. Massage your scalp and wait for about 30 minutes. Wash off.

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