Working with Hair Problems

All right, I am enlisting your help and ideas! I have been struggling (and I mean struggling) with dry scalp for the past few years. I have tried EVERYTHING. The only thing that seems to keep it at bay is getting hair/scalp treatments every month or so!

Recently, I went to Unity Salon in Salt Lake and received a hair blowout and hair treatment with the Kevin Murphy hair product. Just this weekend, I can already feel the difference is has made to my hair and scalp! It has been less of a problem!

Patricia from Unity Salon SLC and I talked about real things (as opposed to "shallow conversation" as I call it) as she gave me a wonderful hair treatment and blowout. 

To be honest, it's refreshing to be pampered and talk about books, culture, and health!!! I loved my experience at the salon, love the way my hair feels (healthy), and love the products I went home with.

P.S. Don't tell my husband how much I spent on new hair product. Shhhhh

(Be sure to check out their special right now, a Level 1 Lactic Acid Peel for only $35!)

Other than getting these treatments, do you have any at-home recommendations for keeping dry scalp at bay?! Let me know in the comment section!











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4 comments:

  1. How counterintuitive. I'd have thought a blow out would dry things up further.

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    1. I know! It does seem strange! It does help the scalp not get build up, but blow outs do dry up the ends. So you're right about that!

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  2. My daughter had dry scalp for years, related to eczema. The only thing that helped was Free and Clear products. We got ours at Target. I hope you find a solution!

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    1. OH! I'll check that out! Thank you for the suggestion!

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