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Beat Flaky Scalp With This Scalp Care

Keep scalp healthy and get healthy-looking hair with our easy tips.

Flaky Scalp

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    A Wash a Day Keeps Dandruff Away

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    We all know how embarrassing and uncomfortable having flaky scalp can be, which is why you need to get a specialized hair care regimen to treat it. All that grime and sweat from a day’s action may cause you to have oily scalp and put you at a higher risk for dandruff. However, we’re all guilty of skipping a hair wash every now and then, which is the most basic way to keep dandruff at bay. So, do make sure to rinse daily to take care of your scalp. 

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    Get rid of flaky scalp with a massage

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    Massages get you relaxed and revitalized. When you give your scalp one, you help improve blood circulation, which carries essential nutrients to the scalp and removes waste. It further helps distribute your hair’s natural oil, helping you have shiny, healthy scalp and hair. 

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    Shield Your Scalp From the Sun

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    We all make the extra effort to shield our face and body from the sun’s UV rays. But what have you done for your scalp? Your scalp needs as much protection, so make sure to keep it covered to protect it from prolonged sun exposure. 

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    Get Active for Healthier Hair

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    Here’s one more perk of working out. It promotes healthy-looking hair by increasing the flow of beneficial nutrients to your scalp. A high-intensity workout can rid your scalp of waste, while stretching promotes the better flow of nutrients to your scalp. 

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    Don’t dry your scalp out

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    Nothing beats getting into a hot, steamy shower at the end of the day. Take note though that that rinsing with overly hot water can damage your scalp. This, along with excessive blowdrying, makes your scalp weaker, leaving it barren. You can instead bathe in lukewarm water to keep bath time relaxing.