Sclap Massage

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Mar 15, 2007
Sclap Massage
Massaging the scalp helps keep your hair healthy and can also promote hair growth. Just as body massage relaxes you and is one of the most effective ways to ease your tension and pain, massaging your scalp is also beneficial because it is extremely relaxing, calming, and helps relieve headaches and migraines. It stimulates the blood flow thereby nourishing the hair follicles which in turn prevents and fights avoidable hair loss, and re-establishes the natural development of healthy hair.

Massaging Tips:

Take oil and start from the forehead hairline along the arteries in the front, side, and back of the head, making small circles with your fingertips.

Work your way toward the top of the head as if drawing a circle.

Massage your hair/scalp for just ten minutes a day: once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Do not give up after a few days. Make it a habit! You can also massage your scalp when shampooing your hair.

Remember massage your scalp with your fingertips and not your nails.

Avoid excessive brushing because not only does brushing too much, damage your hair because it scrapes away your hair cuticle but it also makes you oily hair more oily and dry hair more brittle.