Are you struggling with growing out your curls? If your length seems to have stagnated, it might be time to consider a scalp detox. Wondering what that is? Well, you've come to the right place. A scalp detox is when you remove the excess build up and dead skin cells from your scalp. By doing this, you're allowing your scalp the opportunity to breathe and refresh. This will encourage longer, healthy curls growth. Here's how to detox your scalp for quicker curl growth today. We're sure you'll love this scalp detox!
Detox Your Scalp For Quicker Curl Growth Today
1 teaspoon fresh baking soda
2 tablespoons of organic, virgin olive oil
1/4 teaspoon of ground cinnamon
What to do:
Combine all of the ingredients together in a bowl, blending until completely smooth. Get into the shower with your mixture, and completely saturate your curls with warm water. Once your curls are soaked, you can take the mixture on your finger tips and begin applying it to your scalp. Rub in slow circles, massaging it with your finger tips. Once your scalp is completely covered, cover your scalp with a plastic shower cap. Allow the mixture to sit for 20 minutes.
Once the 20 minutes are up, follow this treatment with a shampoo to remove any of the remaining mixture. After you've rinsed it out, follow up with a deep conditioning treatment. Allow it to sit for at least 30 minutes.
After you've rinsed away the deep conditioner, follow up with an apple cider vinegar rinse. This will kill any lingering bacteria, smooth down your cuticles, and leave your curls shiny.
Why should I detox?
By massaging your scalp with your fingers and this mixture, you're increasing blood flow to your scalp. This increased circulation will help encourage healthy curl growth. Additionally, you'll be removing all the dead skin cells and build up from your scalp, which will clear up your pores.
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