How to Self-Massage Your Scalp | Head Massage
Give Yourself An Awesome Scalp Massage
Scalp massage is the feel-good fix for healthier hair. "Massaging stimulates circulation, which increases blood flow and brings more oxygen to the scalp," and that can result in stronger, shinier hair over time, says Francesca Fusco, MD, a dermatologist in New York City. Here's how to do it.
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1.Start your massage the second you step into the shower with a pulsating showerhead, such as Moen's Inspire 7 Spray Shower Massager (; lowes.com). The pressure and the warmth of the water dilate blood vessels in your scalp, increasing circulation even more.
2.Choose your product. Treat dryness with hydrating oils—like those in Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy's 7-Day Treatment (; drugstores). Thin hair? Use Peter Lamas's Chinese Herbs Conditioner (; peterlamas.com); its lavender oil may help hair grow when used with other oils. Speaking of which, here's Your Guide To Beauty Oils.
3.Massage the product into your scalp using small, circular motions. Start at the front of your head, then work your way over the crown and down to your neck, pressing firmly with the balls of your fingertips and thumbs. Continue for 3 minutes, then rinse.
Video: DIY Scalp Massage for Healthy Strong Hair! ♥ (Stimulates Growth & Conditions) | Annie Jaffrey
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