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Why Curl Care Starts at the Scalp - Especially for Textured Hair!

June 28, 2017 | 12:58 PM
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DevaCurl Buildup Buster
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Matrix Biolage Scalp Sync Anti-Dandruff Shampoo
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Nioxin Scalp Renew Dermabrasion Treatment
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Keune Care Derma Regulate Shampoo
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Aveda Pramasana Nourishing Scalp Masque
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Pravana Hush Scalp Comfort Solution
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Milk Shake Energizing Blend Scalp Treatment by Z.One Concept
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Regenesis Detox Hair & Scalp Masque
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Mizani Scalp Care Calming Scalp Lotion
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Éprouvage Restorative Scalp Treatment
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Philip Kingsley Exfoliating Scalp Mask
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Alterna Caviar Clinical Daily Root & Scalp Stimulator
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Phyto Phytologist Exclusive Scalp & Hair Concentrate
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L’anza Healing Nourish Stimulating Hair Treatment
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Bosley Professional Strength Healthy Hair Rebalancing & Finishing Treatment
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L’Oréal Professionnel Mythic Oil Sérum de Force
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Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Scalp Care Anti-Thinning Tonic
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A healthy scalp is important to the health of all hair types, but especially textured hair. Many curly clients suffer from product buildup on the scalp that causes a suffocation of the hair follicles, which prevents strands from being able to move and breathe, and can ultimately lead to hair loss.

Additionally, if extensions are worn or hair is tightly braided, there can be tension and pulling that over time severely damages the follicle. For these reasons, stylists should offer scalp care in the salon, beginning at the shampoo bowl with a clarifying shampoo and scalp treatment.

Then, they can educate clients on how to maintain scalp health and send them home with products that will prevent dandruff, soothe irritation and create a healthy environment for hair. 

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