TOP FORM

ELLE (Australia) - - Contents -

Your scalp needs just as much love as your locks.

FOR­GET BRUSH­ING 100 TIMES A DAY — HEALTHY SCALPS JUST NEED A WEEKLY SCRUB

Car­ing for the face and dé­col­letage is a given, but the skin above the face needs your love and at­ten­tion, too.

“Ex­fo­li­at­ing your scalp is su­per im­por­tant as you’re re­mov­ing dead skin cells, dan­druff, ex­cess oil and any hair prod­ucts that have built up over time, mak­ing hair dull and flat,” says An­thony Nader, scalp scrub en­thu­si­ast and owner of Syd­ney’s RAW sa­lon.

The car­di­nal rules of scrub­bing ap­ply: no mi­cro-beads or abra­sives. Celebrity stylist Jen Atkin opted for a sugar base with pro­bi­otics and co­conut oil in her Ouai scrub, and IGK’S is a mix of wal­nut oil and ap­ple cider vine­gar for a detox treat­ment.

A scrub can also quiet ir­ri­tated, flaky scalps. 3’” More Inches’ blend of es­sen­tial oils re­duces dan­druff and in­flam­ma­tion for a happy scalp that thanks you with su­per-shiny strands.

“EX­FO­LI­AT­ING YOUR SCALP IS SU­PER IM­POR­TANT. PROD­UCTS HAVE BUILT UP OVER TIME, MAK­ING HAIR DULL AND FLAT”

Low Key Cleans­ing Wal­nut Scalp Scrub, $52, IGK, sephora.com.au Ex­fo­li­at­ing Scalp Treat­ment, $37, 3’” MORE INCHES, mecca.com.au Scalp & Body Scrub, $62, OUAI, sephora.com.au

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.