The hair follicle (hair follicle) is the root of the hair and its condition directly affects the overall appearance and health of the hair. One of the most effective ways to strengthen the bulb is to stimulate blood circulation.
You can improve blood circulation with massage. This procedure helps to strengthen the hair follicle, supply the scalp and hair with oxygen and nutrients, normalize the activity of the sebaceous glands, and cleanse the scalp from horny scales.
You can massage with a comb. Comb the entire length of your hair for 2-3 minutes to prepare your scalp for the massage. Then, in a circular motion, massage the area of the temples, crown and back of the head. Tilt your head forward and comb your hair, first from the back of the head to the crown, and then from the temples to the top of the head. Next, tilt your head to the right and comb your hair from temple to temple. Do the same, leaning to the left. Finish the procedure by tilting your head back and combing your hair from the crown to the back of your head. For such a massage, it is better to choose a comb with wooden teeth.
Finger massage is no less effective. Begin the procedure by stroking with the palms of your hands. After 1-3 minutes, tilt your head forward and use your fingertips to massage the scalp from the back of the head to the top of the head. Pay special attention to the area of the temples. Massage your head first in a circular motion, then lightly tapping with your fingertips, and then squeezing the skin a little. Finally, divide the hair into several strands and pull each, grabbing at the base, upward.
You can increase blood flow with hot pepper hair masks. Add 3-4 hot pepper pods to 500 ml of vodka or alcohol and leave for 1-2 weeks in a dark place. Mix 1-2 tablespoons. tinctures with hair balm, two egg yolks or kefir. If you have very sensitive skin, use vegetable oil instead of alcohol when preparing the tincture.