Safely Soothe Itching And Irritation Caused By Dry Scalp

We each have our own issues with our hair.

Some people experience dry hair and others, oily hair, but what if you are having a problem with both? If you’re having difficulty moisturizing your scalp while also making sure your hair doesn’t become greasy, we have a solution for you!

There are many causes of dry scalp, including scalp psoriasis, eczema, too many hair products, or weather conditions.

On the flip side, greasy hair can happen because of genetics, the wrong hair products, hormonal imbalance, or lack of cleaning. Each condition can be solved separately, but the problem lies when you have them both. Dry scalp combined with greasy hair becomes a problem because when your scalp is dry, your body works overtime trying to provide extra oils. The oils build up and result in greasy hair. The good news is that there is a way to treat both problems at the same time!

Malibu C Scalp Therapy Wellness Remedy should be your go-to solution when it comes to getting rid of dry scalp and oily hair. Scalp Therapy instantly begins to soothe any itching or irritation from the dry skin. It also removes mineral build-up to revitalize your hair. This remedy is one of a kind in that it uses a 100% vegan crystallized flake fighter to get rid of those pesky flakes from your dry skin.

Why you need it:

  • the first-ever 100% vegan crystallized flake fighter
  • instantly begins to soothe itching and irritation
  • infused with a one-of-a-kind blend of soothing botanicals and essential oils
  • safe for lifestyle use, unlike many ‘traditional’ scalp products

Malibu C Scalp Therapy could be a game-changer for your hair! Ask any K Bella stylist about this product during your next visit!

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Author: Kristan Sayers

K Bella was started by Kristan in 2009. Her artistic talents include all aspects of hair, but she specializes in extremely thin or thick hair with her precise hair cutting techniques, one-of-a-kind color applications, and all forms of hair extensions, including Fusion, Micro Links, NBR, and Habit Hand Tied.

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