(gentle music) – [Narrator] Hey girlfriends,
welcome back to my channel. Today’s topic is all
about scalp exfoliators. And you’re probably wondering, ‘Why should I exfoliate my scalp?’ The reason is simple, your scalp is still a part of your skin and many of us don’t give it
the same care as our face. You would most likely
wash your face twice a day and exfoliate maybe once a week. If you didn’t do that you
would definitely notice a difference in your skin. I’m not saying to wash your hair everyday but keep in mind that
your scalp can develop buildup, clogged pores, dandruff, fungus and bacteria if it’s
not properly maintained. Now I wash my hair at least twice a week, one day is for clarifying
and the other is a co-wash. But what I’ve been doing more recently is adding scalp exfoliation to my routine. This provides a deeper
cleanse to my scalp, which will remove more buildup and stimulate the scalp to
increase blood circulation. I feel like this has been
a contributing factor to my healthy hair growth. So now I’m gonna show you three ways to incorporate scalp exfoliation. The first is using brown
sugar and olive oil. And just a side note I was
out of my regular brown sugar, which I think is much better for this, so I’m using sugar on the rods, not my favorite but for
this it does still work. So use about one quarter cup of both and add the oil to the sugar and let that marinate or stir it up. Next I’m going to section my dry hair and massage the mix gently
into the sectioned areas. Here’s another side
note, this is super messy and I normally do this in the shower but I just wanted to demo it here. (upbeat music) Now that all sections have been exfoliated my next step would be to rinse well and continue with a clarifying
shampoo then conditioner. But before I do that I want
to show you two other options. If you’re not into DIY and you’d rather just pick something up Madam CJ Walker has their
wonderful scalp exfoliator that you apply to the scalp and leave on for up to 12 minutes. Then you rinse well and follow up with a
shampoo and conditioner. Unlike the DIY scrub this
formula is not physical but a creamy formula that
contains salicylic acid, a natural exfoliant. It also contains shay butter,
olive oil, and coconut oil. Lastly I use a scalp
massaging shampoo brush to lift scalp buildup and stimulate blood flow to the scalp. I use this every time I wash my hair and it’s not a fancy
massaging scalp brush. This one is from Babyliss Pro and I got this from Sally Beauty Supply. To use this I add in my shampoo first then massage very gently all over my scalp and that’s about it you guys. I’d love to hear from all of you on your favorite ways
to exfoliate your scalp down below in the comments. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe and I’ll see you on the next one. (lively music)


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