Because not everything happens in the shower, you take care of your scalp as you would your skin: before, during, but also after shampooing. The ultimate steps for a healthy scalp and (even) more beautiful hair!

Focus on skinfication, or the art of treating your hair like your skin

This is the phenomenon that has shaken up the world of beauty: hair care is evolving, to the point of emulating skincare essentials. According to a study on 2023 trends conducted by the social network Pinterest, Internet user searches related to “treatments for dry scalp” have increased by 70%. As for “scalp massage techniques”, they increased by 55%.

How to take care of your scalp on a daily basis?

The goal: adopt an ultra-personalized routine to meet the needs of each scalp type.

Brush your hair with a boar bristle brush

This is the essential step to take care of your scalp on a daily basis. And to make it as effective as it is efficient, we replace its plastic brush with a wild boar brush , like the care brushes in the Altesse Beauté collection . Much gentler and respectful of the scalp and hair fiber, they stimulate microcirculation, thus promoting the diffusion of essential nutrients to the hair bulbs.

In addition, the fibrous structure of boar hair allows sebum to be attached and distributed optimally from roots to ends, thus allowing the scalp to be ventilated. Finally, brushing your hair with a boar bristle brush helps eliminate impurities (dead cells, treatment residue, pollution particles, etc.). A real relief for asphyxiated scalps!

Adopt scrubs, allies for scalp care

Just as you would for your skin, you exfoliate your scalp, preferably before shampooing to gently rid it of impurities. Once purified, it can better absorb the active ingredients of the treatments and serums it receives. Furthermore, the exfoliation ritual is an opportunity to treat yourself to a moment of relaxation, with a soothing or more dynamic massage, to stimulate and tone.

The right tempo?

  • 1 time per week for oily scalp
  • 2 times a month for dry scalp
  • 1 to 2 times a month for sensitive scalps

Apply a serum adapted to your scalp problem

Soothing, stimulating, refreshing...the leave-in serums offer targeted actions for all scalp types. And because it is always better to opt for natural treatments, we can count on warm essential oils (orange, lavender, etc.) to stimulate and cold essential oils (mint oil, eucalyptus, etc.) to stimulate the effect. ) to soothe the scalp.

Tips: apply your serum line by line 1 to 2 times a week before shampooing and take the opportunity to massage your scalp to boost its absorption and stimulate microcirculation. We then leave it on for a few minutes before moving on to the shampoo stage .

Add the right nutrients to your plate

Using good hair products is good, but it's also on the plate that the beauty of our mane comes into play! We therefore rely on nutrients that take care of our scalp from the inside. On the menu :

  • Iron to oxygenate and strengthen the cells responsible for hair reproduction (red meat, lentils, beans)
  • Vitamin A to stimulate the sebaceous glands and prevent drying (carrots, sweet potatoes, spinach)
  • Omega-3 to boost blood circulation of the scalp (oily fish, nuts, flaxseed oil)