5 Salon-Worthy Scalp Treatments

The foundation to healthy hair starts at the roots with a clean and balanced scalp. We rounded up the best and newest professional scalp treatment products that do everything from soothe to cleanse to hydrate. 

Oribe Serene Scalp Soothing Leave-On Treatment 

If dealing with an irritated scalp post-color, Oribe’s Serene Scalp Soothing Leave-On Treatment is the answer. Peppermint oil, aloe vera and a blend of cucumber, chamomile and rosemary cools and calms the skin while protecting against radical damage, while beta hydroxy acid works to remove dandruff.  

R+Co Crown Scalp Scrub  

Treat sensitive or oily heads like royalty with the R+Co Crown Scalp Scrub. Ecuadorian Ivory Palm Seed Powder, salicylic acid and kaolin clay gently break down, scrub loose and absorb any pesky buildup on the scalp. Use in place of a shampoo, focusing on scrubbing the roots and then follow up with a conditioner.

Amika Reset Pink Charcoal Scalp Cleansing Oil   

Hairdressers with dry shampoo junkie clients listen up, because Amika has a Pink Charcoal Scalp Cleansing Oil that breaks down all that leftover powdery gunk. This pre-wash oil works up into a foam made of pink clay and charcoal that removes leftover product without stripping hair.  

Mizani Scalp Care Calming Scalp Lotion 

Itchy and irritation relief is the goal of Mizani Scalp Care, a leave-in treatment perfect for girls with curly hair and/or braids. The eucalyptus, aloe vera and avocado oil nourish the scalp providing a break from scratching and dandruff for women with all textures and curl types. 

Kerastase Scrub Apaisant Soothing Scalp Scrub 

This gel scrub deeply cleanses the scalp and hair with sweet orange peel, jojoba oil and vitamin B5, leaving the hair clean and smooth. Apply at the bowl to give your client an instantly soothing and relaxing experience. 

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