Grow it Long Scalp Serum- Your Dry Scalp Solution
COMMON HAIR ISSUE NO. 1:
DRY SCALP DRAMA!
Whatever your hair scenario, dry scalp, breakage, thinning? Let us help you!
When it comes down to hair, irrespective of texture, colour and thickness, we all suffer with a similar array of common hair issues.
Each week we discuss and break down our solution for each of them. First up in the list is- the dreaded – DRY SCALP drama.
- I have a Dry Scalp!
If you frequently see little white flakes or bigger ones appearing on your scalp from time to time and you brush it off (pardon the pun) as something normal or have accepted it as a condition of your hair- READ ON!
We actually know some of you even avoid certain hairstyles because of a dry scalp problem, we say- well not in 2019!
WE GOT YOU!
It could be a number of reasons, environmental, hormonal or simply a reaction to a product you use. More often than not, it simply comes down to not nourishing the skin that covers our skulls effectively.
Our scalps work really hard to house the hair we grow, so it is vital we take care of it FIRST!
PROBLEM 1 = DANDRUFF/DRY SCALP
The Grow it Long Scalp Serum, is an amazing little bottle of oil that is not only Vegan and 100% natural, but simply is the best cure o the market for serious and mild dry scalp conditions.
Made with a nourishing but soothing combination of Fruit oils, rosemary essential oil and a magical extract called sulfur, this little potion slows down the excess shedding of dry skin on your scalp. Regulates natural sebum and kills bacteria. If you have scalp eczema, or sebhorreaic dermatitis, this oil will gently provide a cure that is non-irritating.
Application of this serum is super easy, with its applicator nozzle, it can be used on any hair texture and type, curls, afro hair, braids, straight hair, under a wig or weave!
Start at the nape of the neck and gently dot the oil over your scalp sparingly, continue until the scalp is covered. Gently massage with the base of your fingertips, until the oil is absorbed fully.
Use weekly, upto 3 x a week.