Benefits of Sheesham Wood Comb
- A healthy scalp supports healthy locks, and one of the natural ways of taking care of your scalp is by using a wooden comb. When you use a sheesham wooden comb to brush your hair, it presses against your scalp and triggers the acupuncture points and also gives a massage to your scalp. All this proves to be good for the overall blood circulation to your scalp and proves to be of great benefit for your hair.
2. The natural wooden fibers work great to condition your hair. As you comb, the natural oils from your scalp coat your hair shaft all the way down to the ends
- Nurishes the hair, If you are wondering how a sandalwood comb benefits your hair, well, whenever you use a sheesham wood comb instead of a plastic comb, the natural oils present in your scalp get equally distributed across your tresses. Using a sheesham wood comb not only reduces the chances of hair breakage and hair fall but it also helps to make your hair shinier, bouncer and healthier.
- It may also help with dandruff. If your dandruff is due to dry scalp, regular massage with a wooden comb will normalise the oil production and eliminate dandruff.
- Prevents Breakage and Hair Loss, Using a sheesham wood comb may prove better for your hair than a plastic comb. This is because a wooden comb slides smoothly through the hair, leading to less breakage and damage. Also, it has wider bristles, which move easily through the hair. That reduces friction and helps in detangling the hair in a better way.
6. The feel of wood on your scalp is amazing. It sort of gives you a mini scalp massage when you use it. This helps to increase the blood flow to the scalp – bringing lovely nutrients to the hair roots.
How do you comb your hair with a sheesham wood comb?
You first have to get any major knots/matts out by either finger combing, by using a neem wooden comb, or using a wide-tooth wooden comb. Then you have to and start at the ends of my hair and work my way up to the scalp. It’s important to start at your ends to prevent ripping your hair out. Being gentle is key! Take time and really massage the scalp. Then you have to flip hair over and brush the nape of neck down to the ends of my hair. Make a partition from middle of the hair and start combing with wooden comb one at a time, wooden comb is best for hair growth. Then comb with wooden comb from forhead to back, and then ear to ear both the sides Comb your hair morning and evening to prevent tangles and matts