Does anyone know how to take care of your scalp beside the basic wash your hair?

Abbie U.
Yes! It depends on if you have more an oily or dry scalp, but there are many treatments such as coconut oil, vitamin e, and scalp treatments. Finding the right shampoo/conditioner fornyour hair type that doesn't have harsh chemicals or a lot of alcohol will help tremendously with scalp health, as well as not washing your hair every day. Washing every other day, or every two days, can let natural oils called sebum do their job and will help stabilize a better ph balance.
In S G.
Make sure you use a certain oil or something if you have a dry scalp. It helps get rid of all of the dry skin. Also make sure you put conditioner near your scalp as well.
Ozzy N.
-Use gentle hair care products. Avoiding products that contain sulfates, alcohols, or fragrances may help improve your scalp health.
-Shampoo gently.
-Wash less often.
-Try an omega-3 supplement.
-Eat more antioxidants.
-Try probiotics.
-Use a scalp scrub.
(taken from google)
Jj Y.
Hair masks and serums.
You also shouldn't wash every day as it's too harsh.
Gentle shampoos. Tea Tree oil is good for calming the scalp. I use a tea tree oil shampoo.
Josefine P.
Well first apply hair oil and wait overnight , then in the following day wash your hair with the shampoo you usually use and then apply conditioner. After this dry your hair and massage your scalp with some aromatic hair oil. This method works for me .
Hildegard U.
Basic hair wash isn't enough.. my scalp is sensitive and i need to check doctor for it.. but I don't really inow how to take care of my scalp
Zbigniew Y.
Other than using scalp shampoo (may I recommend the body shop’s ginger range) you can also eat oil for your scalp which you massage in
Friend G.
Depends on if you have a problem with it or not. If you're just interested in self-care, products in beauty shops like masks and conditioners will work fine. They'll make you feel and smell nice.
If you have actual issues like dandruff, you might want to check in with a GP and get a prescription for medical shampoo or an ointment etc.
Mahika F.
Yes, first you put clarins hair serum (2-4 drops) and rub it through your scalp. Then Washburn’s our to in hair 2 times with shampoo and use the conditioners 1 time
Alina F.
There are specials lotions meant for the scalp, many containing quinine and castor oil, to stimulate hair growth. Their effect are enhanced by massaging the scalp, which will promote better blood circulation and nourishment of the hair follicles. I make my own scalp lotions, using fresh herbal infusions and a touch of rum. A few drops of essential oils like rosemary, mint, and ylang-ylang are a said to be beneficial. You can also use scalp masks of warmed oils like olive, coconut, jojoba, camellia, argan, with added castor and vitamin E. Massage them weekly into your scalp for at least one hour (ideally overnight) if your hair is dry, and shampoo them off.
Travis O.
Routine is important for scalp care. Make sure you don’t make too many changes in products at once, and if you start to experience irritation, don’t write them off! Sometimes scalp irritation can indicate a reaction to a product or progression of conditions such as psoriasis. If you are experiencing unusual flaking or plaques, see a doctor.
Isaiah C.
I use scalp massages to relief stress. Eight fingers from the eyebrows and you will have a spot that is great for stimulation of blood.
Anastasia X.
you should do the routine care:

• brush your hair in order to improve blood circulation in your hair follicles and distribute the fats produced by the scalp to the hair to prevent its dryness. One time thorough brushing helps to free the scalp of the dead cells, in other words let it breathe.
• protect your scalp from sun exposure or too strong temperature change by wearing a hat

And that’s what you can do cosmetically:

• weekly peeling: there are many products for scalp peeling. I prefer the ones based on AHA acids to free the scalp pores (yeah they can get clogged too). I do dislike however products with hard particles for mechanical peeling effect since its difficult to wash it out if you have a long hair. Use peelings after shampoo wash and before applying conditioner/mask

• there are scalp masks in case it feels dry or suffer from certain problems. Alternatively you can make an oil mask for your scalp and also hair ends before washing it (oils need at least one hour to get absorbed)

• use scalp lotions preferably plant based to prevent dryness or dandruff. Some scalp tonics with caffein and minerals help to promote hair growth. But make sure you’re not participating in a sporty competition since caffeine will be found in your blood.

I hope I could help 🙂

Marie Louise T.
It depends on your scalp really, is it oily or dry? Are you prone to exama break outs? Do you get a lot of ingrown hairs? How long is your hair? In general I recommend wash less condition more. Conditioning masks are great for your hair and scalp. If your hair is oily I'd recommend looking up some YouTube tutorials on combating that. I hope this helps, and if all else fails just go see your cosmetologist! They specialize in hair skin and nails so they'll be super helpful! Best wishes!
Rayna R.
It depends on what’s going on with your scalp. When the seasons change, I often get a lot of itchiness and irritation – and flaking. I use a Head & Shoulders leave-in spray (the one with the nozzle, so I can get directly to my scalp) and sometimes the cream leave-in, too. It feels so much better after that.
Annika F.
I have a special mask for it that has to be rubbed into the scalp and then left on for about ten minutes before washing the hair again
Amna F.
Oiling and shampooing is a better method than a simple wash. If you are not ok with the chemicals in shampoo , you can always opt for nature like leaves of hibiscus
Erika I.
Once a month I do oil treatment with Jojoba. I massaged into my scalp, leave it couple of hours, then wash my hair. Panthenol is good for scalp and hair too, I use it regularly. My hairdresser gived me this tip, I used it many years, it works wonderfully.
Ali S.
Making sure you’re getting the right vitamins minerals and nutrients needed to keep a healthy follicule and hair! Also water always lots of water
Sam Z.
If your scalp is dry and flaky, make sure you’re using moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. Maybe a leave-in conditioner, too! If you find your scalp oily, try using a volumizing shampoo and conditioners even a deep cleansing shampoo once or twice a week
Rose U.
Depending on your hair type try using hair oil. I have short woolly hair (I am black) and use Vaseline petroleum jelly. There are other hair foods as well.
Ope N.
Yes, leave in conditioner , hair oils,scalp massager ,change your pillow every 1-2 weeks,eat healthier and always drink water.Hope this helps you.
Rose U.
You can do a conditioning treatment (leave in conditioner) found at the local grocery store and a scalp treatment can be provided by a hair dresser for people with dry scalps which is diffrent from dandruff.
Ozzy N.
Use gentle hair care products. Avoiding products that contain sulfates, alcohols, or fragrances may help improve your scalp health.
Shampoo gently.
Wash less often.
Try an omega-3 supplement.
Eat more antioxidants.
Try probiotics.
Use a scalp scrub.
Giulia Z.
do not wash them too often, avoid strong products if you have a delicate skin, massage your hair while shampooing and try to dry it without too much heat. use products such as oils, creams, liquid crystals suitable for your hair type. for more information, contact a professional 🙂
Wanda Q.
Regular oiling and nourishing hair packs like yoghurt and avocado provide moisture to the scalp which can get dried due to shampooing. The hair also becomes softer and smoother.
Sybilla X.
I also do something but i dont know that this is the exact answer you are finding for
I apply and message oil at the night after which i have to wash them next morning
Chloe N.
Try Using an Omega-3 or fish oil supplement. It sounds far fetched, but it's great at balancing and strengthening your hair and scalp.
Miroslav F.
hair styles can damage your hair too, so i wold tell someone that ask me to let their hair out, wash it regularly but not everyday (if possible 2 in 2 days). and there are multiple recipes of home mascs (idk if that’s correct) for you to make your hair healthier
Gavin O.
You should oil and massage your scalp, that way the itching stops and you have a healthy scalp if you continuously do it.
Deuvanira Q.
Daily combing with an appropriate comb or scalp massage (you can find some ideas on the net) helps activating blood circulation and then leads to a healthier scalp 🙂
Delainey P.
No because I don’t typically share my shower routines with friends or family unless I’m comfortable and my friendships haven’t gotten to that point to where I can share it. When they come over and use my bathroom they might see what I use in the shower they just don’t know what I do.