Tell me! How many of you scrub your face and how often do you do that?
Now, how many of you #exfoliate your #scalp ?! I’m guessing the answer would be very few.
Let’s talk about the importance of exfoliating your scalp today. It is one way to optimize your #haircare and getting rid of that dead skin and #dryness . If your face needs it, your scalp needs it too. We all know how important exfoliation is for the circulation of blood. Imagine that in your hair roots. If you are facing #hairgrowth and itchy scalp issues, this is your answer. .
I scrub my scalp every once or twice a week and I’m doing it for almost 6 months now. I scrub my scalp for 2-3 minutes and leave in the product for 20 minutes. I usually use it between my shampoo days. I started it when I was having #hairloss issues and absolutely no product was any help until I found this. It has a peppermint smell and feels very natural and refreshing🍃
HOW TO USE : Start with washing your hair thoroughly with luke warm water to open the pores and hair roots. Now, gently apply the scrub in your hair roots only and slowly move your fingers in circular motions through out your scalp for 2-3 minutes (Don’t be rough to avoid breakage). For best results leave in the product for 20-25 minutes and wash it off with warm water first to get rid of any oil and residue in your hair and then let the cold water run through your hair after that to close the pores.
I’ve been using @mariaakerbergofficia lproducts for almost 3 years now. Started with their skincare first when I noticed peeled skin on my face and slowly I got to know more about their wide range of hair care. The best thing is, it is a #swedish brand so they know more about the weather and problems your skin and face here. You can find the product here :
The products are 💯 Percent vegan and also all their bottles are recyclable ♻ //
▪️ P. S THIS POST IS NOT SPONSORED AND NOT AN #ad I GENUINELY LOVE THIS BRAND
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