If you are one of those people who thinks oils aren’t for you because you already have an oily scalp, think again.
Add these herbs to your daily regimen to restore hair that may be thinning out.
While they are only part of the story, limiting your use of certain hair care ingredients can definitely lessen flare-ups; here are a few to watch out for!
Here’s everything you should know on how to create a scalp care regimen, plus the products and ingedients that work like magic to grow hair fast, naturally.
I used to despair over my irrirated scalp, but not anymore! Here’s what has helped me along my journey.
Here are some of the questions you should ask yourself, as well as some tips to keep both your hair and your scalp happy.
Try these to clarify the scalp, alleviate dryness and dandruff, and promote healthy hair growth.
Fall is here, and with the winter approaching shortly, a common symptom for naturally curlies is having a dry, itchy scalp.
Do you have stubborn dandruff that does not rinse away after you shampoo your hair?
Check out NaturallyCurly’s list of 14 ingredients that are known to soothe an itchy scalp, a condition many of us endure.
Take care of your scalp this August by understanding the facts of hair loss and inflammation.
It is not the act of co – washing that can cause hair loss, but sensitivity to ingredients found in any hair care product.
Did you know that growth factors from your blood cells can stimulate hair growth if you are experiencing hair loss or thinning?
These are the many benefits of peppermint oil for your hair and body. Our guide outlines the benefits of peppermint oil & how to use it.
A flaking scalp is a natural process. But there are different types of flakes.
Do you struggle with hair breakage and find that certain areas of your scalp itch, and hair won’t grow back? The hair breakage may have started off in one spot, but now different parts of your scalp are experiencing the same issues. You may have noticed hair in these areas feels extremely dry and tends […]
Instead of comparing myself to others & using every volumizing product out there, I finally decided to make a change.
Do certain oils make your scalp itch? The answer is yes, but there is more to it than just that simple answer.
Peppermint oil is known for maximizing hair growth and alleviating a dry scalp during the winter season.
If you’ve ever felt bumps or pimples on the scalp when massaging you definitely should take the time to exfoliate. Your scalp is skin, after all!
“I’ve been using black seed oil for about a month now and I can definitely see changes.”
There are 3 important factors I have to keep in mind while rocking braids in the summertime.
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