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We all want to know how to have the most luscious locks, and healthy hair growth is a big part of this. What are some simple tips you can try at home to help your hair grow healthy and beautiful?

Hair Oiling & Massaging

Hair oiling is so important for scalp health and it has stood the test of time. It has been an important part of hair care for centuries. The scalp is really an extension of our skin and just like our skin, the scalp needs a good balance of natural oils to keep it healthy.

Using an oil gently moisturises the hair and scalp, and adds shine. It also helps protect the hair strands, which is vital if there’s any damage that’s affecting your hair health. Massaging gently exfoliates the scalp, stimulates blood flow and helps the oil be absorbed into the hair. 

Our Nourishing Hair Oil is perfect for your hair and scalp massage. It’s lightweight and has been specially formulated to strengthen hair follicles. The Nourishing Hair Oil helps seal and bond damaged cuticles so your hair will be in the best condition. When doing a weekly hair oil treatment, leave the oil on your hair for 1-2 hours and then follow with your normal wash day routine. 

Use a Scalp Massager

To gain the most benefit when applying a hair oil, use a scalp massager. This further exfoliates the scalp, helping to reduce dry skin and dandruff. It also stimulates blood flow which can help promote healthy hair growth. The key is to be gentle and treat your scalp with a little extra TLC. The benefits are so worth it!

A scalp massager can be used when shampooing the hair. This gives a deeper clean, and removes build up. A scalp massager helps the shampoo thoroughly wash off any product that’s been left on your scalp. Using a scalp massager when shampooing is also exfoliating so it's beneficial for those who have a dry, flaky scalp.

Wash Your Hair Upside Down

You may have heard of washing and styling your hair upside down to create more volume, but did you know it also helps promote healthy hair growth?

Washing your hair upside down can give the hair a deeper cleanse, as the shampoo penetrates the hair more thoroughly. Similar to the benefits of using a scalp massager, washing hair upside down also stimulates blood flow, which strengthens the roots and hair follicles for healthier hair. Try using a scalp massager when washing your hair upside down for maximum effect.

Check out our helpful video on how you can add these simple steps to your routine...

Do you want to encourage healthy hair growth and fabulous curls, but don’t know where to start? Try our easy tips and see the difference they can make to your hair.

To keep curls in the best condition, hydration and nourishment is essential. Swimming can make this a little more difficult with the harsh chlorinated water. With the right preparation and after-care, your curls will stay happy and hydrated. How can we protect our curls in the pool?
One of the most common issues we come across is stringy curls that often result from a lack of moisture in the hair. Certain styling techniques can also affect this. What causes stringy curls and how can we avoid this when styling?
Voluminous and defined curls are the dream, but how can we make it a reality? With our easy volumising tips, your curls will be bouncy and beautiful. 

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