Does Your Hair Need A Deep Clean?
We often overlook our scalp; however, if your scalp is out of whack, your hair will follow.
A deep clean will treat and balance your scalp – meaning, no product and oil build-up – and allow your hair to breathe. How is that different to your standard wash? Specialised products, such as the Sukin Deep Cleanse Hair Care range, have been specifically formulated to detoxify your scalp, remove synthetic build-up and wash away pollutants, without drying your hair out. Genius!
How To Get Back To Baseline
Let’s break it down, step-by-step.
Step 1: Treat
First things first: Take a bottle of Sukin Deep Cleanse Purifying Tonic and spray it directly onto the scalp, section by section until the whole scalp is covered. Leave on for one minute before shampooing as normal.
Sure, it’s an extra step in your routine but the results are worth the time investment. Containing a blend of natural Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) derived from apple cider vinegar, Deep Cleanse Purifying Tonic is a fast-acting treatment to quickly and effectively exfoliate your scalp to remove any product build-up. Use once or twice a week, depending on your scalp’s needs.
Step 2: Cleanse
Now, it’s time for the main event: the cleanse. Fortunately, a clarifying shampoo doesn’t require any more effort than a normal one.
Wet hair and massage Sukin Deep Cleanse Shampoo into the scalp to form a gentle lather. Despite being a sulphate-free formula, this shampoo is quick to foam. After massaging through hair, rinse thoroughly and follow with your conditioner as per usual.
Step 3: Condition
Don’t get it twisted – a deep cleanse isn’t complete until you’ve restored moisture levels with conditioner.
To finish your three-step routine, take a generous dollop of Sukin Deep Cleanse Conditioner and massage into the hair, starting at the mid-lengths and focusing at the ends. Wait a few moments (this is your opportunity to multi-task and shave your legs) before rinsing thoroughly. Voila! That’s it!
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