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How to Moisturize Your Scalp

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Whether you make regular appointments with your hairstylist or handle your hair care needs all on your own, using a scalp moisturizer is an absolute must. After all, just as you need to moisturize your face and the rest of your body, your scalp needs the same care. See, when it comes to maintaining healthy hair, everything begins at your scalp. And when you fail to give your scalp the attention it deserves, a dry, itchy scalp can occur. That’s why we’re sharing how to properly moisturize your scalp, plus our hair care product recs for promoting a healthy scalp and mane.

WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DON’T MOISTURIZE YOUR SCALP?

Per the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), taking care of your scalp is key for maintaining an overall healthy look and appearance. The NCBI also shares that scalp care is essential in preventing diseases of the scalp and hair. So, as you may have guessed, using a scalp moisturizer is an important part of any hair care routine. If you don’t moisturize your scalp, everything from dryness and dullness to dandruff and an itchy scalp can occur.

HOW TO MOISTURIZE YOUR SCALP

Not too sure which hair care products can moisturize a dry scalp or how exactly to do it? No need to fret. We’ve got you covered. Keep reading to learn how to moisturize your scalp.

TIP #1: REACH FOR A SCALP PRE-TREATMENT

One of the keys to a healthy scalp is to keep dirt, oil, and debris at bay. While there is no avoiding product buildup, you can help maintain a healthy scalp with the use of a scalp scrub like the L’Oréal Paris EverFresh Micro-Exfoliating Scrub. This treatment is formulated with apricot seeds and helps to gently remove impurities from the scalp. Just as exfoliating your face with a face scrub can help your face moisturizer absorb, using a scalp exfoliator can benefit the scalp moisturizer you'll be using later.  

TIP #2: USE LUKEWARM WATER

Consistently showering in hot water can wreak havoc on your hair, and when it comes to your scalp, it’s not the perfect match either. See, hot water can dry out your skin, which is bad news, especially if you already have a dry, itchy scalp. Instead, turn your dial to a lukewarm temperature that won’t dry out your scalp and hurt your moisturizing efforts. Trust us, your scalp will thank you.

TIP #3: GRAB A MOISTURIZING SHAMPOO AND CONDITIONER

This well-known tip should be the foundation of every hair care routine. In order to give your scalp and hair effortless moisture, you should always use a moisturizing hair care system. We like the L’Oréal Paris EverPure Moisture Shampoo and the L’Oréal Paris EverPure Moisture Conditioner, which are both formulated with rosemary and will deeply nourish your scalp and strands.

TIP #4: SEAL THE DEAL

You can never go wrong with a hair serum. Hair serums are not only great at protecting your hair from dirt, debris, and environmental elements, but they also work to provide your hair and dry scalp with moisture. In this case, we like to rely on the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Deep Nourishing Treatment Serum to get the job done. Formulated with camellia and sunflower oils, this lightweight serum works wonders to hydrate and nourish your hair and scalp with every use.

TIP #5: CUT BACK ON PRODUCTS

When it comes to moisturizing your scalp, you may want to use every moisturizing product you can find, but hold your horses. While a scalp moisturizer is essential for a happy and healthy mane, using too many products can offset the ingredients and cause adverse effects like weighing down your hair and even worse, clogged pores. One of the best ways to keep your scalp healthy and moisturized is to use a balanced hair care routine that will provide your mane with the love it needs without going overboard.

Now that you know how to moisturize your scalp, why not expand your knowledge on scalp health? Next, check out our article, How to Take Care of Your Scalp and Manage Scalp Build-Up.