Updated: Oct 27, 2020
#Howtogrowlonghairfast How to grow long hair overnight? #Howtoretainlength? How to grow two inches every month? These are highly searched questions and I have the answer. This will be part one of our growth series.
Folliculitis is an inflammation of the hair follicles. This is usually caused by staph bacteria or fungi. It can occur on your skin wherever hair grows, including your scalp. Not only does this cause small, itchy bumps on the skin, but folliculitis on the scalp can also result in temporary hair loss.
Your skin has a small amount of yeast that when kept under control causes no problems. When too much of this type of yeast grows, you may develop a yeast infection. It’s more likely to develop when a particular part of your body is unusually moist and not exposed to a free flow of air. Weaves, wash and goes, wet ponytails, clogged follicles, blocked hair cuticles, etc can be a breeding ground for yeast when a regular routine of maintenance is not applied.
A yeast infection can develop anywhere in or on the body. This includes your feet, fingernails, and scalp. Proper oxygen flow and open unclogged follicles are key!
Here are results from one of my subscribers/followers that follow my routines!!
There are steps to follow to keep your scalp healthy year-round. Scalp exfoliation is something that most neglect. To help boost the skin cell turnover on your scalp you must exfoliate at least once every two weeks. Once a week would be amazing but no more than twice a week is recommended.
What is " Skin Cell Turnover"?
Your scalp renews itself every 28 days by throwing away dead skin flakes every day. Skin cells will then migrate from deeper to upper skin layers and are repelled at the surface of the scalp. Now, these flakes are so small that they are invisible to the human eye but on a microscopic level, this is reality. Knowing this you can now see why having a clean scalp is most important. There is a growth cycle and most can not retain length or see any growth because the skin cell turnover is on pause or low do to build up in the hair follicle and scalp.
Here are a few of my favorite scalp exfoliants.
Kenra Platinum Deep Detox Scrub, 6-Ounce
Vitagoods Scalp Vibrating Massaging Shampoo Brush - Handheld Massager, Water-Resistant - Black
Luxe Therapy Scalp Soother Pink
Nexxus Clean & Pure Sulfate-Free Scalp Scrub Exfoliating and Nourishing Hair Treatment Detox Hair Care 11.25 oz
Make your own Rosewater at home for under 5.00!
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The key to healthy hair is a healthy scalp. The ideal pH level for a healthy scalp is 5.5. One great tool is Rose Water. Rosewater has a natural Ph of 5.5 which matches the pH of your natural hair which in return stabilizes the natural ph level of your hair and scalp.
This can be great for those suffering from dry hair or damaged porosity. Rosewater can be used as a leave-in after chemical services. To be honest anything with Rosewater will get your hair and scalp back on track. Make it a new staple in your home that you never go without! Here are my favorites!
Rose Water for Face & Hair, USDA Certified Organic Facial Toner. Alcohol-Free Makeup Setting Hydrating Spray Mist. 100% Natural Anti-Aging Petal Rosewater by Simplified Skin (4 oz)
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Love Beauty and Planet Shampoo and Conditioner for Color-Treated Hair Murumuru Butter and Rose Silicone Free, Paraben Free and Vegan 13.5 oz 2 Count
My New FAVORITE RECONSTRUCTIVE MASK!
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Check this link below for a list of my favorites for all levels of porosity and more!
Don't forget to check my "Length Retention" list as well.
I hope this helps. Please stay tuned for part two! Coming SOON!