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Is Exfoliation the Secret to Your Next Good Hair Day?

Is Exfoliation the Secret to Your Next Good Hair Day?
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It’s a well known beauty fact that exfoliating your skin helps you maintain a gorgeous, glowy complexion, but could it also be the answer to permanent good hair days? It’s time to step up your hair care routine and add an exfoliating scalp scrub into your summer beauty game!

 

 

Treating your scalp with the same TLC as the rest of your skin is a mane must for beautiful, bouncy hair. Washing with shampoo and conditioner alone doesn’t combat all the environmental stressors, product and dead skin cells left behind in your tresses. If you’re not exfoliating regularly, you’re subjecting your hair to a dull, limp existence, bogged down with scalp buildup.


Using a scalp scrub acts as an organic root stimulator, promoting growth and allowing your hair’s natural oils to keep it nourished and healthy, while supporting a healthy scalp. It also naturally cleanses and clarifies, sloughing away any debris left behind by your shampoo. 

 

SOLU/scrub and SOLU/shampoo

 

Photo by @ordinarylifeadventures  

Sea salt makes an incredibly effective, all-natural scrub and is an extremely powerful cleanser when it comes to healthy locks. Davines Solu Sea Salt Scrub Cleanser uses sea salt from the Trapani coast in Sicily, along with beet sugar extract and jojoba scrubbing beads to deep clean and gently remove impurities and buildup for your most beautiful hair yet. The Zoe Report calls it a “next on your must-have list”. And bonus- regular use has a texturizing effect, boosting the volume of your hair right from the root and minimizing the signs of aging.


Take a cue from your skincare routine and polish the skin on your scalp the same way you do your face. Add Davines Solu Sea Salt Scrub Cleanser into the season’s beauty lineup. Your sexy summer strands will thank you.

 

Solu Salt Scrub
Photo by @ordinarylifeadventures   
Jaclyn LaBadia, Feature contributor 

 

1 comment

  • Harry Sullivan: May 13, 2019

    This article is great. It’s important to understand the difference between a treatment for the scalp vs the hair. I love using the scrub on my guest and I recommend it during bath time.

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