Candour beauty guide: Hair & Scalp care



Candour Beauty Guide - scalp & HAIR care

Building a scalp care routine is just as important as your skincare and haircare routine, especially for healthy hair growth.

The skin on your scalp is thicker than on your face and has about 100,000 hair follicles within it. Whilst a great scalp care routine will help maintain the health of your scalp and hair, you also need to maintain a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

Like the skin on your face, your scalp needs to be clean, moisturised and healthy to thrive. Using the right products in the right way will then ensure that your scalp stays in balance

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Scalp Care Tips

Like your skin, there are different types of scalp and each have different concerns and different products that can benefit.

  • If your scalp is dry or itchy you might be shampooing too much or not exfoliating your scalp regularly enough, leading to build up. A hair oil can help to add moisture to the scalp before you wash your hair.
  • The temperature of the water you use to wash your hair can make a difference. The hotter it is, the more likely it is to dry out your hair and scalp.
  • Exfoliating your scalp is really important as this removes dirt, oil and buildup.
  • Hair serums and oils can help to nourish your scalp without weighing it down or causing it to feel unbalanced.
  • If you feel like you’re losing hair or have an itchy, sore scalp then it’s always a great idea to seek out professional help from a trichologist or your GP.
  • Hair and scalp treatments are an essential part of any hair care routine. You should be using them regularly to maintain a healthy scalp and helping your hair to grow.


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Why Is Good Scalp Care Important?

Hair products, sweat, dead skin cells and natural oils can all build up on your scalp, leading to irritation, blocked pores and dull hair that grows slowly. By making sure that your scalp is clean and healthy, you can maintain healthy hair and avoid skin conditions like a flaky scalp, blocked pores or dermatitis.

Good scalp care can prevent damage to your hair and scalp, rather than having to deal with the consequences of not taking care of it properly.

How Do You Exfoliate Your Scalp?

Exfoliating your scalp can be really simple. Like facial exfoliators, you can physically or chemically exfoliate your scalp.

Physical exfoliation can be as easy as using a comb or brush to remove dead skin cells and buildup. You may also choose to invest in a scalp scrub to manually exfoliate debris from your scalp - these use small particles to remove dead skin and product from your hair and scalp.

When it comes to chemical exfoliation, some hair care products use salicylic acid to balance out an oily scalp. This can make curly, coily or textured hair feel dry so check the labels before you pick up a scrub.

Be gentle when you exfoliate and use a good conditioner or hair treatment afterwards to replenish moisture and balance your scalp. Focus on the ends of your hair where it’s usually driest.

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