Scalp Balance

Systematic scalp care is one of the most important parts of your ritual. Balanced care of the scalp affects the proper condition of the hair bulbs, which are responsible for the growth of strong and healthy hair. After all, it all starts with the scalp, and its condition has a significant impact on the glamorous look of your hairstyle.

Why is it important to take care of the skin of the scalp?

A healthy scalp is essential for the growth of healthy, strong hair. We present 5 nourishing rules to keep in mind:

  1. The shampoo should be selected according to the condition of the scalp, not the hair
  2. Wash the scalp as often as needed - washing the scalp too infrequently can lead to clogging of hair follicles, causing inflammation, dandruff, and chronic hair loss. Washing the scalp too often may, in turn excessively sensitize the scalp, cause itching, irritation or excessive flaking (dry dandruff). That is why it is important to observe the condition of the  scalp, and to act appropriately to ensure its proper balance.
  3. Thoroughly clean the scalp - it is worth repeating the whole process twice. You can think of the first washing is the "make-up removal stage" for the skin and hair. The first time you wash your hair you mostly remove excess styling products and excess sebum, the second time you wash your hair after that, is the "proper washing", which thoroughly cleans the scalp and removes the remnants of styling products from your scalp and hair.
  4. Regularly use scrubs for the scalp. Scrubs for the scalp help take care of its proper condition. They do so by preventing hair follicles from blocking, they stimulate microcirculation, exfoliate dead epidermis cells from the scalp, soften and moisturize the skin.
  5. If you want a healthy scalp, take another look at our hair lotion series! Hair lotion takes care of the proper hydro-lipid balance of the scalp and restores the natural pH of the skin. If regularly used, it strengthens the bulbs, regulates the secretion of sebum, stimulates hair growth, and causes the growth of short, young hair, i.e., baby hair.