• Why Scalp Care is the New Haircare
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    Why Scalp Care is the New Haircare

    *This post is sponsored by Rooted Rituals, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.

    A good, strong head of hair always starts with the scalp – which is why scalp care is the foundation for healthy hair.

    I’ve been sticking to my natural hair color and trying to focus on keeping my hair as natural and healthy as possible. Since focusing on scalp care, my hair has been growing faster and has been healthier than ever before. Not just that, but I’ve been noticing less hair falling out since revamping my scalp care routine.

    Since shifting my focus to scalp care, I recently discovered the Rooted Rituals line to help keep my scalp in tip top shape. Their line includes:

    Cleanse

    Their cleansing products work to ‘reset’ your scalp {Pre-Shampoo Root Rinse, Quick Rinse Scalp Scrub, Clarifying Shampoo}

    Condition

    Their conditioning products work hard to restore moisture in your hair {Silicone-Free Conditioner, Deep Hydrating Concentrate}

    Treat

    Their treatments products work to moisturize the scalp and strengthen your hair {Cooling & Strengthening Tonic, Root Rejuvenating Scalp Massager, Multi-task Leave-On Mask}

    I tried the entire collection and the two products that resonated with me the most are the Cooling & Strengthening Tonic paired with the Root Rejuvenating Scalp Massager. The massager works to massage the cooling & strengthening tonic deep into your scalp to promote healthy, strong hair growth. It’s my favorite step & feels amazing – not to mention they’re both very aesthetically pleasing.

    Their products are made with ginger root & mint, so they smell and feel really fresh. You can find the entire collection at your nearest Walmart or you can find the products at walmart.com.

    As always, thanks so much for reading! I look forward to hearing about your scalp care journey!

    xo,

    Lily

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