Scalp Massagers


scalp massagers

1) Promotes a health scalp: Scalp massagers encourage the circulation of blood flow to the hair follicles. This encourages the right nutrients to be sent to the hair follicles to nourish them. As well as, the scalp massagers will spread the sebum along the scalp, the oil that the scalp naturally produces, which will aid in growth, moisture, and shine. Thus, promoting a healthy scalp.

2) Helps control dandruff: Dandruff occurs due to the scalp being dry therefore it’s not getting the moisture needed. Scalp massagers coat the scalp in the natural sebum therefore the scalp is not only getting the right moisture needed, but vitamins and minerals that will help to stabilize the condition of the scalp.

3) Lifts away dead skin cells: The scalp massagers are designed to remove dead skin cells from the scalp that cause dandruff, itching and clog pores. Once they are removed the scalp is then allowed to breathe freely and work at its optimum point.

4) Aids in hair growth: Lastly, scalp massagers aid in hair growth. They encourage blood circulation to the hair follicles so that they are stimulated. Once they are stimulated with the nutrients from our blood then our hair will start to grow at a faster rate. Scalp massagers don’t cause our hair grow to, but speeds up the process by which it does. Also, the natural sebum will coat the new growth to keep it moisturised.
I hope these tips encouraged you to go out and buy a scalp massager! Some are manual as well as automatic. There are many being sold in the natural hair market now at reasonable prices. Let us know!

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Ashley Northover

Ashley Northover

I am 20-year-old freelance natural hair blogger who hails from the island of Jamaica. I have been natural all my life, however, I started caring for my natural hair in May 2013 after being introduced to Nina Pruitt's youtube channel. After that, I subscribed to a lot of natural hair blogs, watched youtube videos and was addicted to Pinterest natural hair boards so I could learn more about my hair. I have always had long hair when I was younger however when I entered high school the state of my hair changed when other people started caring for it. I started applying what I learned from the videos, posts, and pictures about hair growth, regimens, product usage, moisture and length retention to my hair. And, I was able to grow my hair from armpit length to bra length. 99.9% of the time my hair is in a twist out or a braid out because that's the style I love the most. I became a freelance natural hair blogger when I wanted to earn money and considered what I would be good at. I knew I could write natural hair articles since I love natural hair, watch videos regularly, give hair advice to other girls, and care, nourish and embrace my mane. I hope you enjoy my guest posts as much as I enjoyed writing it. Finally, remember that you are beautiful with your natural hair!

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