Everyday scalp rituals

This is a little bit more than washing your hair. It's a holistic routine that helps to relax you while stimulating your scalp via a head massage.

There's a technique for dry scalps, one for itchy scalps and one for sensitive scalps. Each will revitalizse and invigorate you.

In each case, ensure your shower isn't too hot - i.e., when you stand under it, your skin doesn't turn pink. When you're done, gently pat your hair dry - when it's wet it's more prone to breaking.

Are you standing comfortably? Then we'll begin.

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Dry scalp rituals

Massage Head & Shoulders® gently into your hair and scalp for two minutes. Make circular movements with the pads of your fingers. Concentrate on the centre of the hairline on the forehead, the point slightly above the tops of your ears and your temples. These are the areas of your head that help you relax. Don't forget to take a moment to breathe in the scent and treat yourself to a little aromatherapy!

 

 

 

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Itchy scalp rituals

Massage Head & Shoulders® gently into your hair. Begin rubbing your scalp, starting from behind your ears up to the top of your head, and then from the front of your hairline right to the back. Concentrate on breaking down muscle tension. Not only is this relaxing, but it increases the circulation needed to bring oxygen to your scalp and brain. To finish, stroke your head several times from the front to the back of your scalp. It's a stimulating exercise that leaves your scalp feeling satisfied.

 

 

 

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Sensitive scalp rituals

For this ritual, move your fingertips from your hairline to the top of your head using only slight pressure. Pinch your scalp quickly and lightly as you do so and massage lightly and rhythmically. For pressure points that revitalizse the scalp, concentrate on the crown and temples. You can reduce fatigue in your neck and shoulders by firmly massaging the occipital bone. This is the area on the back of the scalp - to find it, trace a line from the top of your ears to the back of the head. It's where your fingers meet.

 

 

 

All material copyright MediResource Inc. 1996 – 2020. Terms and conditions of use. The contents herein are for informational purposes only. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Source: www.medbroadcast.com/healthfeature/gethealthfeature/Habits-of-a-Healthy-Scalp