Know did not know that the scalp needs to exfoliate dead skin flakes, until the hairdresser told me about it. After trying once the peeling procedure, I do it regularly. Come in, tell you about homemade salt scrub for the scalp.
Shampoos do not clean
For the skin of my face and body, I have a whole arsenal of cleansers in store: in it there are sponges with washcloths, scrubs with peels, and soap with gels. And I washed my hair every other day with shampoo and thought that this cleansing was enough.
But not only that our shampoos do not completely wash the hair styling products, so also not the most useful ingredients of the shampoos themselves linger on the hair. They weight the hair and clog the pores on the skin.
So the hairdresser said that I could not see strong and beautiful hair if my scalp is not healthy. Scalding is done in hair salons, but this is naturally a waste of time and money. Therefore, I decided to do this procedure at home.
So, my hair:
– now chin-length,
– medium density,
– prone to fat.
Of all the tried and tested peeling recipes, I liked the following:
– cooking or sea coarse salt,
– essential oil.
I take a bowl and pour 2 tablespoons of salt into it. I put 1-2 drops of essential oil on salt, I really liked to use mint and rosemary oil for peeling. She noticed that their hair stayed fresh longer.
In the salt pour a couple of spoons of yogurt 2.5% fat. I stir it up. It should make gruel, not liquid, but not very thick.
I also tried to mix salt with liquid coconut and jojoba oil. Probably, this recipe is suitable for dry hair.
In my soul I urinate my hair, take the salt mixture, lift my hair and apply it on the scalp. Then lightly massage a minute or two. I leave the peeling on my head for five minutes, but you can at all 15. Then my head with shampoo, the mixture is low-fat, so any shampoo, even soft, will wash it off.
If after this procedure, make a firming mask, then its effectiveness will increase significantly. Yes, even without a mask, the hair after peeling is shiny, light, and voluminous.
The procedure is the simplest, but it helps to exfoliate old skin, removes sebum, relieves itching and stimulates hair growth!
Frequency of use
On the advice of a hairdresser, I did a peeling course – for a month once a week, and then a break for a couple of months. But then I verified that for me the best option is to do a salt scrub just once every 2-3 weeks. If you have dry hair, you will need a scrub and even less.
I want to add that as a deep-cleansing shampoo, this scrub eats hair dye, so immediately after dyeing you should not do peeling. Or in advance, or after at least a couple of weeks.
And about the essential oils. They are all, of course, healthy-pleasant-fragrant, but if you bought a new oil (or tried, but from a different manufacturer), you must do allergy tests on a sensitive area of skin.
If you use another effective recipe, please share.