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Scalp Massage – Can It Help Hair Growth?

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A scalp massage can be one of the most enjoyable ways to help with hair growth. Scalp massages promote hair growth in two ways, by helping to unclog the hair follicle from dead skin and increasing blood flow to the hair follicle encouraging healthy hair growth. Massaging the scalp with oils such as coconut, almond, and olive can help regulate the oil production of the scalp and aid in loosening additional dead skin cells.   Not only does a massage increase the health of your hair and scalp, it can have a positive effect on your total well-being, as it reduces stress, enabling you to feel more relaxed   One of the most beneficial aspects of a scalp massage is that is will increase the circulation in the scalp area. This will help the hair follicles become receptive to the nutrients and oxygen they need for maximum health. The use of a massage oil will help treat dandruff and deep condition the hair and scalp, which will help eliminate split ends and dry, brittle hair. A good scalp massage will increase the strength of the roots of the hair, which will lead to stronger hair. Stronger hair is less likely to break and will look thicker. There are a number of different oils used for scalp massage, with each one having its own particular strengths. Oils with lavender or rosemary are often used to help stimulate hair growth on people with thinning hair. The scalp covers the skull and consists of three layers: the skin, a layer of tissue and blood vessels, and a muscle called the occipitofrontalis muscle. The scalp contains more blood vessels than other portions of skin on the body. This portion of skin contains approximately 100,000 hairs, more than any other part of the skin. A clean scalp is necessary for any growth. Try to use some indian hair oil in your hair to start with at least once a month and see the difference right away! Enjoy your way to Hair growth!

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