Hey, today I am talking about, How I exfoliate
my dry scalp. I know I have been talking a lot about dry and dandruff scalp in my last
few videos but it has been consuming my life and I want to show you how I dealt with it
once and for all in fall and winter. Before I even do a wash day, I exfoliate my scalp
with a salt scrub which has 2 tablespoons of sesame oil and salt. You can do a sugar
scrub but I’ll do a salt scrub in this video. A salt scrub is one of the most important
things when dealing with dry scalp because you need to remove the dead skin that sheds
when you have a persistent dry scalp and dandruff. Once you remove that skin layer, when you
are salt, or sugar scrub on your body/ skin. Your scalp needs to be exfoliated as well.
If you are wondering about the benefits, it removes dirt, oil and any other build up from
your pores, it also stimulates hair growth, giving your scalp a really good scrubbing.
It removes dead skin cells. It helps prevents hair loss, unclogs your pores by removing
build up and relieves irritated and itchy scalp caused by scalp conditions such as psoriasis
and eczema. I simply apply the scrub to my scalp, gently rub until I felt comfortable
that I had removed the dead layer of skin and once I am finished. I would condition,
rinse. apply my hair oil to moisturize my scalp and style in a braid out. Once you rinse
with I warm water, you are not left with any sugar crystals or salt crystals in your hair.
Do you exfoliate your scalp? Let me know in the comments below…
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