What is the Scalp Massager?
At 4-1/2 inches in diameter, the Scalp Massager is ideal for stimulating blood and airflow to the scalp and oil glands to help your sebaceous glands balance. Our Scalp Massager is made from all-natural rubber. ***INCLUDES ONE SCALP MASSAGER***
ERGONOMIC DESIGN FOR HEALTHIER HAIR
Plastic, metal, and artificial materials are potentially harmful to the scalp as they can scratch and irritate, so use our all-natural rubber Scalp Massager & Invigorator. This massager is firm enough to give your scalp a deep massage but gentle enough not to damage your sensitive skin or pull out hair. The Scalp Massager and Invigorator helps to increase blood flow in the scalp. This, in turn, will help your body determine what roots are dead so that the scalp can push them out. This makes room for new, healthy, growth. It is similar to the gardening concept of "dead heading." Increased blood flow is one of the reasons for a slight increase in hair fall during detox, and is a good sign!
Scalp massage stimulates sebaceous glands and promotes circulation in the scalp. Plastic, metal, and artificial materials are potentially harmful to the scalp as they can scratch and irritate, so use our all natural rubber Scalp Massager & Invigorator. This massager is firm enough to give your scalp a deep massage, but gentle enough not to damage your sensitive skin or pull out hair.
How and When to Massage
Massage your scalp 1-3 times a day, around the same time you brush your hair. You can also massage your scalp in the shower with our shampoos, to get a deeper, more nourishing treatment. For those with short hair, massage vigorously in a circular motion all over your head for 3 to 5 minutes, or until your scalp is tingling. For those with long hair, flatten your hair with one hand, place the massager straight down onto one area with the other hand, hold it with your palm and do short circular motions. Pull straight out to prevent tangling.
Words from the Hair Shaman
Brushing is a form of dry-shampooing. Stimulation from the bristles distributes sebum throughout hair and scalp, making both stronger and more resilient. It's also an excellent natural conditioner because coating hair with sebum as you brush restores moisture, giving hair added sheen, smoothed texture and greater manageability.