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a healthy scalp = healthy hair
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Many people simply don’t realize that a healthy scalp = healthy hair.

Your scalp needs TLC too, to maintain your hair’s natural luster and shine.

Hair issues can feel never ending and almost everything ultimately contributes to how healthy your locks are.

And by everything, I mean the foods you eat, the drinks you drink, and even the weather can have an effect on hair.

Many women suffer from a dry and itchy scalp, so I know the frustration is real.

There can be various reasons why you may find yourself scratching your head (literally), so here I will lay out the 3 most common signs that you’re probably suffering from an unhealthy scalp – and of course, how to treat it!

If you are suffering from major itch, accompanied by either soreness or a burning sensation, chances are your scalp needs love.

It could mean a few things, like inflammation of the follicles or a bacterial infection (you'll feel acne-like bumps too), and even allergies can cause this.

Known as contact dermatitis, it is possible to develop an allergy to certain hair products.

So if you find yourself itching recently and have been using a new shampoo or conditioner, try changing it up and see if it goes away. 

But since that's not always the case, other ways to make sure you can relieve the itch, and maintain a healthy scalp is to wash hair 2 to 3 times a week, so that your locks can have an even balance of natural oils. 

Utilize coconut oil, tea tree oil, and also the wondrous salicylic acid into your regimen, as they have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.