Scalp- stim­u­lat­ing treat­ment

Sunday Herald Sun - Stellar - - Beauty -

Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp, and there is a grow­ing aware­ness that the skin on our head is an ex­ten­sion of the skin on our face, and should be treated as such. You can now find a range of scalp-spe­cific scrubs and cleansers (be­cause you sham­poo your hair, not your scalp), and scalp-bal­anc­ing salon ser­vices, like Aveda’s Pramāsana Treat­ment. The one-hour, Ayurvedain­spired ser­vice starts with an ex­fo­li­at­ing scalp brush to boost cir­cu­la­tion and dis­lodge build-up. Next comes a cleanser, sham­poo and mask, fol­lowed by a leave-in con­cen­trate to main­tain the scalp’s nat­u­ral pro­tec­tive bar­rier and de­fend against pol­lu­tion (sim­i­lar to skin­care’s serum step). Ex­pect your scalp to feel slightly tingly – and metic­u­lously cleansed – and your roots airy. We sug­gest mak­ing this an add-on to your next salon blow-dry.

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