The best scalp-stimulating brushes for a relaxing head massage
Our scalps—and increasingly tense minds—are in need of some reinvigoration.
that offers the works for scalps in need of extra TLC, from a follicle-opening steaming session to a balancing deep-tissue massage, is in agreement. "Japanese people care deeply about healthy hair and know that stimulating the circulation in the scalp helps deliver nutrients to the hair follicles," explains Shima, who recommends an electric vibrating scalp brush to clients who want to keep their scalps energized in between professional treatments. "It helps to stimulate the circulation of the scalp and aid in a deep pore cleansing, as well as release tension that we often store in our scalp," she explains. "It can often be seen when people raise their eyebrows or bring their eyebrows together—this reflects the tension that we are hoping to release."
From a high-tech LED light therapy model to an ergonomic in-shower favorite that works wonders for textured hair, here are eleven brushes that will dramatically improve scalp health, and help yourelax, at last.All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
1/11Manta HairbrushWhen British hairstylist Tim Binnington saw how hard it was for his wife to find a brush that was lightweight and flexible enough for her delicate post-chemo hair, he sought to create a brush that was “as gentle as running your fingers through your hair.” The Manta brush’s easy-grip handle and malleable, 360-degree rotating bristles offer maximum control and a soothing massage for even the most sensitive scalps. headtopics.comRead more: Vogue Runway »
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I had a client a few years ago that came to the salon to have her hair done before she went to the doctors. I gave her a effleurage and petrissage scalp massage, She later came back and told me that it was so relaxing her blood pressure had no been that low in years.
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