Dandruff & Dry scalp: a dry itchy scalp can be due to not moisturizing and can cause a flaky irritated scalp.

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Many women don’t realize that the scalp, where beautiful hair begins, can truly effect the health, quality, and style of their curls. If you have a dry and flaky scalp, the natural oils that begin in the scalp are not being produced and your curls will eventually dry up and break off. Caring for your scalp is just as important as taking care of your edges and ends. It all goes to creating beautiful, bouncy, and shiny curls. The good news is that even if you are suffering from a dry and flaky scalp, you can reverse the effects and restore the moisture necessary for a healthy scalp and beautiful hair.

Signs that you need to intervene

At some point, everyone’s scalp can feel a bit dry, itchy, or have a bit of dandruff. It is normal especially if you live in a dry or cold climate or if you are wearing a protective style. However, there is a line between normal and problematic. If your scalp is excessively dry to the point of frequent discomfort, you probably are dealing with a larger issue. If you notice a large amount of dandruff that doesn’t seem to be going away, it’s time to try a more intensive treatment.

What you can do

Luckily, addressing your dry scalp can be simple. It all starts with the right products and regemine. First, start with Shea Moisture’s African Black Soap Dandruff Control Hair Masque. This rich and detoxifying masque will cleanse the scalp of product build up, seal in moisture, and help to calm and detox the scalp. Apply the masque to wet hair and massage it into the hair and scalp. The masque will balance the scalp and hair and create the environment necessary for your to grow beautiful, bouncy, healthy curls.

It is important to use a treatment like the Shea Moisture African Black Soap Dandruff Control Hair Masque a few times a month to maintain your scalp health over time.

 

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