Exfoliation is key to a Healthy Thriving Scalp | Crisan Hair

Exfoliation is key to a Healthy Thriving Scalp

Exfoliation is an important part of our skincare routine. In fact, most of us are crazy about the truAge Exfoliating Body Scrub and we also invest in a whole bunch of exfoliation goodies like loofas, body brushes, scrubbing gloves, electronic exfoliation devices, etc. We use them all over our body (feet, knees, elbows, face, lips, and other areas) to buff away old, dead skin in favor of glowing, softer-feeling bodies! While we relish exfoliating all parts of our body, let us not forget the most important place to exfoliate: our scalp! 

To have healthy hair, you have to have a healthy scalp. An unhealthy scalp means that there is an accumulation of dirt, oil, debris, and even mineral buildup from water. This clogs up the hair follicles, making hair dull and brittle, and your scalp dry and itchy. Harsh chemicals from your hair products can add to disarray, leaving you with more of a mess on your head than you could ever imagine!

Introducing Your Scalp's New Best Friend: The "Scacial"

100+ Extreme Hair Strengthening Mask

CRISAN Extreme Hair Strengthening Mask - 100+ Plant-Based Hair Strengthening Ingredients

The 100+ Hair Strengthening Mask is like a facial mask for your scalp. In fact, our users refer to this mask as a "Scacial" (scalp+facial) and is the only one of its kind in the market today.

With 100+ Pure Organic and Vegan, Spices, Herbs, and Plants, the 100+ Hair Strengthening Mask is the only treatment of its kind that thoroughly invigorates the scalp with vital nutrients, antioxidants, and cellular regenerating support.

How To Apply To Scalp

Wet your hair with warm water. Scoop a little amount (maybe a tablespoon) of mixture in your fingers (not palm) and apply it to the scalp. Begin at the hairline and slowly make your way to the middle and back of the head ensuring you have reached all parts of the scalp, adding more mixture as needed. Pay special attention to the particularly dry and itchy areas. Remember to use circular motion and moderate pressure when scrubbing to effectively remove dead skin, dirt, and product or mineral buildup. Be sure not to use your nails when scrubbing as this could cause unwanted cuts and bleeding to occur, which could then lead to scalp infections. 

After you have scrubbed all areas of the scalp for a few minutes, rinse the mixture out of your hair. Wash your scalp and hair with a sulfate-free shampoo and really make sure no residue is being left behind. Condition your hair afterwards, as you normally would. 

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