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Welcome to Our Blog: The Ultimate Guide to Scalp Care Welcome to our blog, your go-to resource for everything you need to know about scalp care. A healthy scalp is the foundation for beautiful hair, and understanding how to care for it can make a significant difference in the look and feel of your hair. Whether you’re dealing with dandruff, dryness, oiliness, or hair loss, our blog provides expert advice, practical tips, and product recommendations to help you achieve a healthy scalp and gorgeous hair. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the importance of scalp care, common scalp issues, and…

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Try a Benzoyl Peroxide Wash Use Acne Pads Consider Laser Hair Removal Try Hydrocortisone Cream See a Dermatologist for Professional Treatments Use a Prescription Antibiotic There’s quite the dictionary of breakouts that we have become all too familiar with. But on our quest for clear, healthy skin, sometimes we discover a blemish that we’re just not sure of. If that’s the case, you could be dealing with a folliculitis, a common skin disorder caused by the inflammation of hair follicles. “Think of it as acne that is on a skin site other than the face,” says dermatologist Dr. Alicia Zalka.…

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How to Use The Final Takeaway Long used in Asia to treat fever and pain in the body, gua sha has gained popularity in beauty and skincare routines for its ability to de-puff and define the face. Gua sha treatments stimulate the tissues of the body with scraping motions using the edge of a tool. Often made of jade or rose quartz, modern gua sha tools seek to provide a gentler scraping edge than coins or spoons, which were sometimes utilized in gua sha treatments. But could there be a benefit to using gua sha techniques on the scalp? We…

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The Feel The Scent: Fresh and Clean The Value: Fairly Priced Act + Acre Scalp Detox vs. Omorovicza Revitalising Scalp Mask The Final Verdict After a recent bout of oily dandruff, I discovered an entire new haircare product category that exists: scalp detoxes. “Scalp detox products are helpful in minimizing the buildup that is constantly produced by the scalp: oil, dead skin cells, bacteria, yeast…that continue to accumulate daily,” says board-certified dermatologist Rachel Nazarian, MD, of Schweiger Dermatology Group. “Many shampoos—especially the newer trend of sulfate-free shampoos—don’t clean the scalp as effectively as the detoxing, which works to remove the…

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The Results The Value Our Verdict My ex-boyfriend used to literally pick the flakes out of my scalp with his fingers—like monkeys lovingly grooming each other, he’d try his best to get my hairline flake-free while I sat there, horrified and embarrassed. Before trying Jupiter’s The Triple Threat Set, I used to carry around a rat tail comb with me at all times, in case I needed to brush out the thick flakes that covered my hairline like snow. Thanks a lot, seborrheic dermatitis. My scalp condition also enjoys humiliating me whenever I visit a hair salon for a blowout.…

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Side Effects How to Use It The Best Products Now, more than ever, it’s pretty clear that we’re all looking for ways to handle our stress. Whether it’s getting regular massages, experimenting with CBD, or taking time for meditation and yoga, there are several different mediums for managing stress. However, as much as you may think you have your stress under control, your body may say otherwise and the stress might manifest itself in hair loss and thinning. Ayurvedic practices like hair oiling tackle both issues and have been used for centuries to improve the hair’s natural state as well…

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In-Salon Treatments Tips For Detoxing Natural Hair When to See a Professional Experts have often touted balanced and flake-free scalps as the key to healthy hair, but it’s still a somewhat difficult feat to achieve when you can have around 100,000 active follicles on your head at a given time. All that work to comb through can make you want to give up on detoxing scalp treatments. “Everyone should exfoliate their scalp,” says Diana Pratasiewicz, director of education for Ouai. “The scalp is skin…there is no zipper that separates the scalp from the face. Imagine if you never exfoliated your face?…

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Stocksy. Dry scalps can be annoying and uncomfortable. But fortunately, there are dozens methods for dealing with a dry, itchy scalp at home. We spoke to dermatologists Tsippora Shainhouse, MD, and Marthe Dika, MD, as well as trichologist Sophia Emmanuel, to get the scoop on a handful of home remedies for a dry scalp, using ingredients you can find in your kitchen. Tea Tree Oil Tea tree oil is found in many pre-made shampoos for dandruff and dry scalp, due to its potent antiseptic and antifungal properties. To make an easy mask of your own, mix a few drops of tea tree…

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Scalp care has been having a moment and with good reason. From unwanted flakes to itchy patches, the skin on your scalp goes through a lot. And if you think of it as an extension of your face skin, it's only natural that you would show it the same TLC as you do your facial skin. But unfortunately, the scalp has long been neglected and left out of the skincare conversation entirely. Now, as scalp care is having its time to shine, we've tapped trichologist Gretchen Friese and dermatologists Dr. Iris Rubin and Dr, James Kilgour to share their 13…

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Ingredients to Look For Ingredients to Avoid Final Takeaway Dandruff is a common condition of the scalp that often manifests as itching and flaking. It is a multifactorial hair and skin concern and can stem from an inflammatory response to the yeast pityrosporum, a normal part of skin flora, which manifests as white flakes coming from the scalp. If you're dealing with unwanted dandruff, your best bet is to visit a certified dermatologist to get to the root of the issue. However, if you're interested in a few safe ways to DIY your mild dandruff treatment at home first, you…

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