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Based on your responses, We can see that your basic concern is Dandruff. We are here to save the day!
As it turns out, there are a number of things that can lead to dandruff, and the good news is that most of them can be controlled.
There are two things to to consider.
- The first being that there are some lifestyle changes that may help: Managing stress, Understanding the weather and tension of your style in relation to your hair can also be a thing to watch out for.
- The alternative is that your hair may be triggered and as such there’s an overproduction causing excess flaking and itching thus leading to dandruff.
It can be controlled with a simple yet effective routine.
Here is your Personalized Routine...
Basic Routine: This routine can be done every 1-3 days.
Step 1: Spray your scalp around your edges with Scalp Care Mist.
Moisturizing your scalp as a whole regularly will help it stay healthy while preventing dandruff and breakage. The scalp care mist contains products that helps exfoliate your scalp thus managing product buildup and reduce the frequency of the flaking.
Massage the mist to your scalp and edges after application.
Step 2: Apply Revive Fro Oil to your scalp.
It helps to lock in moisture and reduce frizz and dryness on your scalp that way, dandruff doesn’t show up as a result of dry scalp. Do this twice weekly, apply a pea sized amount.
Using the applicator mouth, apply the oil directly to the scalp and massage for 5 minutes.
Washday Routine: This routine can be done every 1-2 weeks for only your edges to remove excess product buildup on the scalp and fight the bacteria that causes itchy and flaky scalp.
Step 1: Wash with Lavender Conditioning Shampoo.
It keeps the scalp free of irritations, dandruff and flakes.
Apply a generous amount to wet hair, Allow to sit on hair for 5 mins, wash properly and
then rinse. After that, follow up with the basic routine.
PS: This routine is suited for dandruff however it can be used on bald spots and general hair growth. This routine also helps to tackle other scalp related issues.
Now that you know what to do, Its time to get the products recommended for you and begin your routine.