1 Be gentle
The skin on your head is thinner than the skin on your body. When you’re massaging in shampoo and conditioner, work gently as overstimulating your scalp can overstimulate the oil production (not great if you have oily hair).
2 Brush your hair at night
Sebum is natural protection for your scalp. Brush your hair at night to pull through the sebum and give your ends natural hydration.
3 Use a scalp treatment
If you’re struggling with issues like dryness, use a treatment once a week until the issue is resolved. After that, use only once a month to maintain the results.
4 Treat before you colour
Ever get that tingling feeling during a hair colour? Protect your skin by using a treatment beforehand to prevent the itchiness. Try Moroccanoil Dry Scalp Treatment (R355).
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