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Can Silicone Scalp Massagers Stimulate Hair Growth?

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Now, it's no secret that the ticket to healthy hair starts at the scalp. When your scalp is filled with residual dead skin cells and product buildup, it makes it harder for your hair to grow and thrive properly. That's why in the last year alone, we've seen more hair care brands introduce targeted scalp treatments, including exfoliating shampoos, detoxifying sprays and, more recently, scalp massagers.
Scalp massagers are exactly what they sound like: handheld, brush-like devices that stimulate and exfoliate the scalp. We see them everywhere, which, of course, makes us wonder what all the hype is about. Is using a scalp massager really better than just using your fingers?Allure spoke to two experts to find out. What we didn't anticipate, however, was the different comments we received. Nonetheless, here's where the experts stand on the issue.
Los Angeles-based dermatologist Jessica Wu is on the team of scalp massage therapists and recommends anyone striving for fuller hair to give it a try." She says, "Studies have shown that scalp massage can add thickness to hair by stretching living follicle cells and stimulating them to produce thicker individual hairs, so I recommend it to anyone who wants thicker hair.
Wu recommends using the tool on wet or dry hair for about five minutes a day." If you have time, use it while shampooing to deep clean your hair," she adds, adding that these massagers can help remove dead skin cells and product that accumulates between shampoos.