Scalp Massage for hair loss is the act of rubbing, kneading and applying pressure to the skin of the scalp with the fingers and hands. Scalp Massage for hair loss will increase blood flow to the hair follicles, condition the scalp, and enhance the strength of the roots.
Kneading during a massage warms the skin and opens up the blood vessels, thereby increasing blood flow. Rubbing during a massage promotes relaxation and aids in stress reduction. Reduced levels of stress hormones allow the body to function with increased efficiency and this, in turn, enhances the ability of the hair follicles to grow hair.
The use of nourishing oils during Scalp Massage for hair loss is thought to condition the scalp, hair root, and hair shaft. It reduces the conditions that can interrupt the process of hair growth, including dandruff and dry skin. Regular massage for hair loss involving oils can reduce the chances of the hair strands becoming brittle, split, and broken.
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