Second Scalp Scrub

A second scalp scrub was promised a few weeks ago. I totally forgot about the Scalp Scrub I was supposed to do at the end of February. The instructions are to use the scrub twice a month. See the first scrub here.


Preparing the Scalp Scrub

I simply mixed it like the previous one. I used the ors scalp scrub which had to be mixed with baking soda. Please note that baking soda isn't the same as baking powder. Bicarbonate of soda is obtainable in any shop; just be specific else the market women would sell baking powder to you. Most people don't know the difference between the two. If in doubt, go to shoprite at Accra mall.

The one I use was purchased from shoprite and was less than 10gh. That box is enough to last 2 years even. LOl. The only thing is to ensure the package is airtight. Also, keep it away from the reach of kids. Mine is kept on top of my refridgerator.

I applied the scrub mix, left it on for about 20 minutes or more.  I deep conditioned with the We naturals Hibiscus honey mask for deep conditioning. The deep conditioning is meant for the hair; to restore moisture into the hair.

After using the scalp massage brush and this treatment, I'm certain that  my scalp is healthier now. The scalp massage brush does a good job of removing build up from the scalp. That is unclogging the pores for optimized hair growth.

Baking soda is sometimes used alone as  a scrub but I wanted a more effective treatment. The ORS scalp scrub isn't big enough to last 6 months but it's worth purchasing. When I have the opportunity though, I'll try other homemade scalp scrubs.

How do you detoxify or unclog the pores on your scalp? Have you used baking soda on your scalp? What is your recipe?

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