Clogged hair follicles: The simple method to clean your scalp
Clogged hair follicles on scalp
Having clogged hair follicles is something that effects most male and many female hair loss sufferers.
Some of the most common reasons for clogged hair follicles are:
- Dead and dry skin cells
- Dehydrated skin
- Dirty work environment
- Excessive oil production by your skin
- Excessive sweating
While hair follicles clogged by sebum can be alarming, it’s important to remember that the earlier thinning hair is noticed, the easier it may be to treat.
I was one of the unfortunate ones to start losing hair in my 20’s.
I followed a crash diet for about 3-4 months and lost 40lbs. But a few months after my diet I noticed I lost some hair at the crown of the head.
If you’re like me and you take pride in your appearance, you will do everything in your power to look your best.
I wanted my hair back!
I panicked and turned the internet upside down in search of a solution and tried lots of things but none of them worked except for apple cider vinegar mixed with cayenne pepper.
This simple mixture of apple cider vinegar and cayenne pepper is a topical circulation aid that you can prepare yourself.
I’ve been using ACV with cayenne for over a year now and I can say without a doubt, that it DOES stimulate hair growth.
How to unclog hair follicles
Mixing up and applying apple cider vinegar with cayenne pepper couldn’t be easier.
Just follow these steps:
1. Take 2 Tablespoons of ACV and a pinch of cayenne powder and mix it well in an empty glass.
2. Massage it gently on the affected scalp areas for 2-3 minutes.
3. Leave it on for 1 to 2 hours, then rinse your hair with lukewarm water followed by shampoo.
When selecting an ACV brand, make sure you’re getting the good stuff.
Purchase only those bottles of vinegar that are labeled to have the ‘The Mother’ – which contains all the bacteria and enzymes that make this product so powerful.
Do this treatment once or twice a week and I recommend giving it a go for at least six weeks before making your own judgment.