From reducing product buildup and removing dead skin cells to helping stimulate hair growth by promoting blood circulation, a regular scalp massage routine boosts your hair's natural beauty by supporting the health of your scalp and hair.
Plus, when used in the shower with shampoo, a scalp scrubber can help you exfoliate your scalp to remove product build-up and sebum, which could be weighing down your roots.
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Hairstylist and expert colorist Christophe Robin told a source, "We tend to hold a lot of tension across our hairline, behind our ears and in the neck; this is mostly due to stress and partly to posture."
Scalp tension can result in constricted blood vessels, which can reduce the flow of blood to the hair follicle. It can also interact with tensions of the neck and back muscles, which may cause migraines and back pain — symptoms encouraged by the spinal strain caused by spending all day hunched over a computer keyboard.
Robin says that you can combat scalp tension by getting regular scalp massages, either done by a friend, a loved one or by yourself with the assistance of a scalp massager. Massagers should ease scalp tension by focusing on the temples and the area behind the neck and ears.
Using a scalp massager on yourself can support the nervous system by promoting healthy blood flow and circulation, optimizing your body’s natural healing abilities and helping your body better balance and harmonize.