10 Aug How To Properly Care For Your Scalp
Did you know that there are differences between the skin that covers your head and the skin protecting the rest of your body? It’s important to know that your scalp skin is the thickest skin of the human body, and it includes more blood than the rest of the skin on your body.
Our scalps contain sebaceous glands, which are attached to the hair follicles. These glands produce oil and aid in the production of sweat, which keep the skin and hair cells flexible and also regulates body heat and vitamin D production.
Due to the lavishness of your sebaceous glands, it’s important to clean your scalp thoroughly. If oil builds up, you can end up with clogged hair follicles or dandruff. Try brushing your scalp for even greater benefits.
Your hair and scalp say a lot about your wellbeing. You might be eating something, taking a medication, or being affected by weather that’s changing your hair without even you realizing it. The sun damages your hair by making it dry, brittle, and split. Take care of your scalp by staying aware of the temperature, products you’re using, and managing your stress level.