5 Tips For a Healthy Scalp


4-I have scabs in my scalp

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scabs in hair

A sign of an irritated scalp, the occasional presence of small crusts can be explained by stress or the habit that some people have of scratching their head often. It can also be due to unsuitable and too aggressive products, including shampoo.


Here again, use a gentle, soothing cleanser, preferably one that is sulfate-free. Apply a small amount, diluted in water, without rubbing the scalp. If the problem persists for a few weeks, it is best to consult a dermatologist, as these lesions may be a sign of a pathology such as seborrheic dermatitis or psoriasis.


The aromatherapist’s solution

Use for 1 to 2 months until improvement.

  • In the evening, massage the scalp by “unsticking” it, in order to boost blood microcirculation with 2 drops of clary sage EO diluted in 1 teaspoon of calophylla inophylla vegetable oil.
  • In the morning, wash your hair with a gentle shampoo (without sulfates), preferably organic.

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