Do you massage your scalp? Here's some reasons why you should!
Have you managed to catch some of the London sun today? I hope so, after the storm we had yesterday! This weather just makes you want to relax, doesn't it? And speaking of relaxing, we all love a good massage, right? Well, scalp massages can prove very useful for promoting hair growth and preventing hair loss. Today I'll be sharing with you a few scalp massage techniques.
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1. Scalp Massage Brush - Tangle Teezers can be great in assisting you with your scalp massage. They are best used when your hair is wet so they can easily access your scalp and work throughout your head. Simply and gently, rub it in circular motions on your scalp whilst performing a scalp massage. To help detangle your hair when using this brush, try our honey rain juice.
2. Massage whilst shampooing - This, of course, should be done when your hair is wet. You can use your own hands, a Tangle Teezer or both to do this. If using your hands, you can also use your nails with the massage - but not too harshly! This can help effectively clean the scalp with shampoo as well as stimulate blood circulation in your head. You can use our stimulate and cleanse shampoo for washing.
3. Everyday Massage Without Oils - Spending at least 5 minutes a day to naturally massage your scalp without any products can be very beneficial to hair growth. Use your fingers and apply pressure in circular motions and ensure you cover your whole scalp when you do this.
4. Oil Massage - Mix oils that stimulate hair growth, such as extra virgin olive oil and ones that work well with your hair type. Adding essential oils to this concoction helps to promote hair growth further. You can also warm up some of the oils so that it better absorbs into your scalp. To perform this massage, begin at the middle of your scalp and then slowly, with circular motions work it into the scalp and progressively move outwards. Continue this process all over the scalp. We recommend doing this at least once a week.