#1 Examine Your Scalp:
Observe your scalp in a well-lit area. Look for signs of oiliness, dryness, flakiness, or any redness or irritation.
#2 Check Hair Texture:
Consider the texture of your hair near the scalp. Is it fine, medium, or coarse? Fine hair may become oily faster, while coarse hair may not distribute natural oils as effectively.
#3 Observe Hair Behavior:
Pay attention to how quickly your hair becomes oily after washing. Does your scalp feel tight and dry, or does it become greasy within a day or two?
#4 Notice Flakiness:
Check for any signs of flakiness. A flaky scalp could indicate dryness or conditions like dandruff.
#5 Consider Environmental Factors:
Environmental factors such as climate can also influence your scalp type. For example, dry climates may contribute to a dry scalp, while humid climates may lead to excess oil production.
They say there's no one-size-fits-all option for hair and scalp care, but Vigor Roots has proven that statement to be a myth. Our RootCare System helps with oily, dry, and normal scalp and hair types. After figuring out your scalp type remember to regularly reassess your scalp condition and adjust your hair care routine accordingly.