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Relaxing Scalp Massage for Luxe Locks

by Rona Berg

A good scalp massage stimulates blood flow to the hair follicles, which helps feed the roots of the hair. It distributes natural oils down the hair shaft. And, of course, it feels really, really good!
When you combine a scalp massage—at the spa or at home—with a natural oil or serum, you feed the hair from the outside in. Here are some of our latest discoveries.

Bekura Beauty Apple & Sorghum Supple Hair Syrup

Your hair will drink in this unusual elixir, made with nourishing sesame seed and hemp oil, olive fruit oil, mango seed butter, green apple fruit and sorghum molasses. Especially effective on coarse, dry hair, Bekura is inspired by delicious tastes of the subtropics! bekurabeauty.com

Skin Authority Oil Nutrient for Face, Hair and Nails

We love our multipurpose products, and this lovely oil is a worker bee. With a blend of hydrating avocado, rose hip, grape seed and sunflower oils, use it to soften dry ends or soothe a flaky scalp. Pat some throughout the hair to protect it from the summer sun. skinauthority.com

Briogeo Rosarco Oil

Rosarco is a shortened version of what this beautiful, lightweight hair oil contains: rose hip, argan and coconut oils, to feed and nourish dry, color- or chemical-treated hair. Leaves hair silky-soft and shiny. briogeohair.com

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