Step 1: Check your shampoo
Many of us don’t care much about our shampoo, thinking that all shampoo products are the same. On the contrary, some products are too harsh for the sensitive scalp and strip your hair of its natural moisturizers. We recommend using a shampoo that moisturizes dry scalp like CLEAR Complete Soft Care Anti Dandruff Shampoo. It has a moisture-rich formula that nourishes that scalp as it cleans to soothe tightness and inflammation.
Step 2: Exfoliate
If we exfoliate our face and other parts, why don’t we exfoliate our scalp? This can effectively remove dry patches of skin on the scalp and prevent dandruff. The tiny exfoliating grains help scrub away sebum, flakes, and product buildup to give way to a healthy scalp. However, be careful not to scrub too hard because it can cause irritation and impact the growth of healthy hair.
Step 3: Do a scalp massage
Head massages are not just relaxing; they also have restorative benefits. Stimulating the hair pores ensures that oxygen and proteins get to the scalp, encouraging a ‘good soil’ on which hair grows. You can massage heated oil like coconut and olive oil (make sure it’s not too hot to avoid burns)or concoct your own DIY treatment. Then, rinse it thoroughly to avoid grease and buildup.