How to detox your hair

La-Biosthetique-Visarome-Dynamique-R-abloomnova.net_-1600x1064 How to detox your hair

What is the health of your hair like? If grease and dandruff sound familiar, you may need to detox your hair.

When you shampoo your hair, all the dirt and oil do not always come off as they should. A weekly or monthly scalp clarification can help maintain a beautiful head of hair.

When you clarify your scalp, you will remove all the dirt, oil, and any other solids that build up on your scalp. For healthy hair growth, you want hair care products to penetrate your scalp. A clean scalp is easier to penetrate, so conditioners and other hair products can have the desired effect.

Pay attention to products you use that may build up on your scalp. Your hair produces its own natural oils. If you add essential oils to your hair they will build up, as well other products that you apply to the top of your hair. At least once a month, your scalp should be cleaned well to remove accumulated oil and dirt.

We recommend a really clarifying shampoo like Davines Naturaltech Purifying Shampoo. This is an anti-dandruff shampoo for dry and oily scalp.It cleanses and purifies the scalp, fighting against microbial attacks and creating a healthy and clean environment. This is a Naturaltech product.

It also saves on messy experiments with baking soda and vinegar. While we’re sure they work, who wants to have crusty hair and smell like a fish and chip shop?

Apply 20 gr. of product to the scalp with damp hair and massage in, especially on those areas most affected. Leave on for a few minutes. Rinse off thoroughly. Intensive treatment: twice a week for maximum 3 weeks. Maintenance treatment: once a week for 6.

Natural active ingredients:

  • Dandelion phytoceuticals – rich in polyphenols and sugar with anti-oxidant and anti-inflamatory action.
  • Selenium disulphide – anti-bacterial activity.

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