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7 Body Parts You’re Not Washing the Right Way

How to Wash Body Parts

Your scalp

Even if you regularly wash your hair, your scalp itself may not be getting fully clean, especially certain parts of it. “Sometimes scalp cleansing is inadequate,” says Dr. Prystowsky. “I see this in some people with thick hair who miss portions of the back of the head or get shampoo and or conditioner there but do not completely get it out.”So howshould you be washing your hair to ensure that your scalp gets squeaky clean? “It is important to separate the thick clumps of hair to be certain that the water is reaching and rinsing all of the products,” Dr. Prystowsky suggests. “Also, using the pads of your fingers to massage the scalp during hair cleansing (instead of using your nails) will help protect your scalp skin from irritation.”If you use lots of hair products, have especially thick hair, or are experiencing any scalp itchiness or irritation, take it a step further. “Get in the habit of using a scalp detoxifying shampoo at least once a month, and spend some time in the shower massaging it into your scalp to remove sticky product buildup, which can cause your scalp to itch and also hair to look less than clean,” saysAdam Perlman, MD, MPH, FACP, integrative health and well-being expert at Duke University.Psst: Check out the hairstyling mistakes that are damaging your mane.

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