Have you ever heard of the term Sebaceous Glands or what it is? Sebaceous Glands are microscopic organs in the skin that secrete an oily substance called sebum that lubricates the skin. Most clients I’ve encountered sebaceous glands do not produce enough sebum or oil on the scalp, but there is a percentage of people in the world that experience the opposite. Their Sebaceous Glands have no problem with producing sebum/oil which can be a great situation for hair growth, but what if it produces too much oil on the scalp? When a person’s Sebaceous Glands produce too much sebum/oil on the scalp, it clogs your hair follicles causing excessive hair loss/thinning and dandruff; and in return it throws your scalp’s pH balance off. Do you experience the following...
- ingrown hairs and pimples on the scalp
- a scent like your natural body odor may be noticeable in your hair
- oily dandruff caused by an excessive amount of fungus
- scalp irritation or excessive itching
If you answered YES to the majority of these questions then your scalp could benefit from a Deep Cleansing Lemon Scrub. The Deep Cleansing Lemon Scrub is an exfoliator that helps the scalp sheds dead skin cells and loosen any sebum/oil that’s blocking hair follicles preventing hair growth. Although your scalp naturally shed’s dead skin cells to allow new ones to be replaced, it can use a little help with exfoliating. The key to growing long and healthy hair is taking care of the scalp first!
How To Apply?
1) Wet hair
2) Part hair into subsections
3) Apply Deep Cleansing Lemon Scrub on the scalp throughout hair
4) Massage on your scalp to boost circulation
5) Rinse with warm water
6) Follow up with shampoo and conditioner
Sea Salt, Lemon Juice, Olive Oil
Deep Cleansing Lemon Scrub
- Refrigerate after each use
- Check for any signs of mildew/mold before each use. This is a 100% natural product with a natural preservative. Your product will and can expire quickly if not properly stored because there are no alcohol preservatives ingredients