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The area you should be cleansing but probably aren’t

The area you should be cleansing but probably aren’t

We all know that cleansing is an integral part of a skincare regime but did you know it should also be part of your hair care routine? Cleansing your hair or having a ‘scalp detox’ helps to get rid of scalp build up and remove impurities that block pores and disrupt natural hair and scalp growth. Whether you wash your hair everyday or use dry shampoo three times a week, getting rid of scalp build up not only helps to achieve a healthy head but helps locks to grow long and luscious.

scalp detox

Why use a scalp treatment?

Whilst shampooing cleans the hair, it doesn’t clean the scalp meaning that consistent use of hair products cause gradual build up on the scalp that clogs pores, resulting in dull, greasy hair. When grease and grime build up on the scalp and it can’t be removed with shampoo, this is when you need a scalp treatment.

We recommend: Grow Gorgeous Scalp Detox

The ingredients

The pomegranate fruit enzyme packed in the grow gorgeous scalp detox work hard to remove the outer layer of skin cells, exfoliating the scalp and removing build up.

The scalp is exfoliated by the product’s natural castor oil beads and white willow bark extract, leaving it detoxified. The natural ingredients also work as anti-bacterial cleansers that encourage healthy hair growth.

The perfect product to protect your scalp against sun damage, the bean bio-ferment absorbs UV light whilst providing anti-oxidant protection for the hair and scalp.

How to use a scalp detox treatment?

  • Use 1-2 times a week before shampooing.
  • Wet hair and apply a generous amount of grow gorgeous scalp detox – rubbing between your hands.
  • Massage the product into the scalp in a circular motion using your fingertips. Once the entire scalp is covered, leave for a few minutes to allow the scalp detox’s purifying properties to cool and detoxify.
  • Thoroughly rinse and cleanse using grow gorgeous cleansing shampoo and conditioner.


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