Aveda How-To | Pamāsana Scalp Care Tutorial for Balanced Roots

Aveda How-To | Pamāsana Scalp Care Tutorial for Balanced Roots


In order to have
healthy hair, you have to have a healthy scalp. In this tutorial, I am going to
show you Aveda’s new Pamasana collection. This three step system focuses
on exfoliating, cleansing, and protecting the scalp. I’m going to demonstrate the
three steps of this system with Jessica so you can see
how easy this is to do at home. I’m going to start
by dividing her hair and clipping half away. The first step is to exfoliate. This flexible brush helps break
up the buildup and impurities before cleansing. The bristles are looped to
help you massage your scalp without tangling your hair. I am going to start by brushing
upward from her hairline to the crown to
stimulate the scalp. Next, I’m going to repeat the
same motion going downward. Then, I will press the
brush into the scalp in a rolling, circular
motion and then gently tap the scalp all around to finish. Each of these movements
should be done for about 15 to 20 seconds. Now Jessica will do the same set
of movements on the other side. [MUSIC PLAYING] The second step is to cleanse. The Purifying Scalp
Cleanser comes in this easy to use
applicator bottle that allows you to target
the solution directly to your scalp. Simply put your hair
in one inch sections and squeeze a bit of
cleanser on the scalp. This cleanser is
made with wintergreen derived salicylic acid
to exfoliate and refresh. For those of you using lots
of styling products, hitting it hard in the gym, or if you
just have dry, itchy scalp, this cleanser is going to
help purify and balance sebum, leaving you with a
clean foundation. It is suitable for
all skin types– dry, oily, and
everything in between. After you apply cleanser
all over, massage it in. You will notice that
the cleanser has a nice cool feeling,
and it lathers slightly. Now it is time to wash. first you want to fully runs
the scalp with warm water to remove all of the
cleanser and impurities. Then you can proceed with
shampooing and conditioning. I am using Aveda Brilliant
to remove buildup from the hair, followed by Aveda
Damage Remedy Restructuring Shampoo and Conditioner
to strengthen, repair, and replenish the
protein-moisture balance in the hair. This combo makes
detangling a breeze and really gives the
hair an amazing softness, which can be hard to find
in repairing products. Now we are ready for the
third and final step. The Protective Scalp Concentrate
is a lightweight serum that goes directly on the scalp. You simply apply a few drops
per 1 inch parting of hair and massage it in. You will not rinse this out. Consider it a leave
in for your scalp. This concentrated serum– note
I keep saying concentrated, which means you don’t need much;
a little goes a very long way– is designed to
preserve the scalp’s natural protective barrier and
help protect from pollution and other free radicals. After you’ve apply
the concentrate you simply proceed
with styling your hair. I am a true believer
in scalp care first, hair care
second, and style last. You should treat your
scalp like an extension of your facial skin. With these products
and just a few minutes added to your
regimen, your scalp is cleaner, more
balanced, and protected. You can get an up close look
at the Pamasana Scalp Care Collection at Aveda
stores, or experience it in Aveda salons or spas,
or go online to Aveda.com. You can find more information
in the about section below, or by visiting moknowshair.com.

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