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Last updated: November 02, 2018

Scalp Care 101: How To Treat Dryness & Irritation

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How To Make A Dry, Irritated Scalp Healthy Again

It’s time to give the scalp the love it deserves, especially if a client is complaining about dryness, irritation and flakiness. And all it takes is three simple steps. No, really—you can make your client’s hair look and feel healthier in just three steps! Peep what products you need below, then watch the scalp care quickie from BTC Team Member Rochelle Golden (@rochellegoldenhairstylist) to see how it’s done.

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Get The Steps:

1. Start by dry brushing her scalp to remove any impurities and to increase blood circulation in this area.


2. Working section-by-section in the opposite direction, apply a few drops of Biolage R.A.W. Rebalance Scalp Oil directly at the scalp and massage it in. (Its essential oil blend of peppermint, fennel and lemongrass helps destress and soothe the scalp!)


3. Let sit for about 10 minutes, then shampoo with Biolage R.A.W. Antidandruff Shampoo and condition with Biolage R.A.W. Rebalance Conditioner.


Why The Scalp Rebalancing Process Matters

Hair health and scalp care go hand-in-hand. If factors like constant coloring, heat styling, a change in seasons or a lack of moisture take a toll on your client’s hair, then they can also cause irritation, flaking, redness and/or sensitivity in the scalp area. So think of this three-step rebalancing process as a cleanse for the head—not only does it reveal healthier-looking hair but it refreshes the scalp area and balances moisture levels.



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