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Why You Should Add a Scalp Scrub to Your Hair Care Routine

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Why You Should Add a Scalp Scrub to Your Hair Care Routine Why You Should Add a Scalp Scrub to Your Hair Care Routine Why You Should Add a Scalp Scrub to Your Hair Care Routine

When it comes to washing your hair, how often do you really think about what you’re doing? You’re likely to have a pretty standard routine in place, right? Hop in the shower, shampoo, rinse, apply conditioner, rinse, and you’re ready to go. But it turns out there might be one step you’re missing in your hair care routine that could be pretty useful—and that’s using a scalp scrub. Yep, your scalp could benefit from a little exfoliation! If your locks are looking flat and weighed-down, an exfoliating scrub could be just what you’re missing in your hair care routine to get voluminous-looking hair. Here’s what you need to know.

OUR BEST EXFOLIATING SCALP SCRUB

Ready to try an exfoliating scalp scrub yourself? We love the L'Oréal Paris EverFresh Micro-Exfoliating Scrub. It’s formulated with apricot seeds to help gently remove impurities, flakes, and buildup from dirt and excess oils that can cause hair to become weighed down.

HOW TO USE THE L'ORÉAL PARIS EVERFRESH MICRO-EXFOLIATING SCRUB

Don’t worry—adding this scrub into your hair care routine is pretty simple! Wet your hair and apply the scrub, gently massaging it into your scalp and the rest of your hair. After rinsing thoroughly, follow up with the L'Oréal Paris EverFresh Anti-Dandruff Shampoo and L'Oréal Paris EverFresh Balancing Conditioner. These products feature Indian lilac botanicals and will replenish your hair with essential moisture. Easy, right?

4 TIPS TO HELP PREVENT YOUR HAIR FROM GETTING WEIGHED DOWN

Like we said before, the buildup of dirt and excessive oils on your scalp can weigh your hair down. And flat, greasy-looking hair is something nobody wants to deal with (and can make anyone want to hide under a giant hat all day). But it doesn’t have to be that way. Just follow these tips and you’ll have luscious, voluminous locks in no time!

1. ADD AN EXFOLIATING SCALP SCRUB TO YOUR HAIR CARE ROUTINE

Like we said before, you’ll want to apply the scrub before using your shampoo and conditioner. Gently massage the exfoliating scrub onto your scalp, rinse it out completely, and follow up with the rest of your hair care routine!

2. ONLY APPLY CONDITIONER TO YOUR ENDS

Speaking of conditioner, don’t go overboard! This is one of a few conditioner mistakes you could be making. The trick is to just use it on your ends, since they tend to be drier than the rest of your mane. Using conditioner on your roots will weigh your hair down and keep it from looking full and voluminous.

3. GO EASY ON STYLING PRODUCTS

Since you now know that dirt and excessive oils can build up on your scalp, keep that in mind when you’re using hair styling products in your daily hair routine. Remember: A little goes a long way. The more products you use on your hair, the more you’ll end up weighing it down.

4. WASH YOUR HAIR

There’s no denying that dry shampoos, like the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Clay Dry Shampoo, are total lifesavers. However, that doesn’t mean you should forgo washing your hair. Waiting too long to wash your hair can lead to a build-up of dirt and oils, which can weigh down your strands. So, keep up with your shampooing and conditioning routine to prevent this from happening and keep your locks clean and oil-free.

THE BOTTOM LINE ON USING A SCALP SCRUB

If you’ve noticed that your strands have been falling flat lately, you may want to consider adding an exfoliating scalp scrub to your hair care routine. It can help remove impurities, flakes, and buildup from dirt and excessive oils from your scalp that are likely weighing your hair down. Take it from us—you’ll have volume and bounce back in your strands in no time!

If you want to read more about products you should add to your hair care routine, check out our article, The Benefits of Clay for Oily Hair