Hair Scrub; would you use a hair scrub

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We all know face and body scrubs are ubiquitous and if it isn’t you should definitely go the nearest drug store! But would you use a hair scrub on your hair. As curious and strange as that sounds, Christophe Robin –the creator of arguably the best-known scalp exfoliator of all, Purifying Cleansing Scrub with Sea Salt from his eponymous brand, the exfoliator is one to die for.

It is French, so it cannot be a hoax that dangles the dream in front of our eyes and take it away. “French women try to wash their hair only once a week, because excessive washing thins the hair and irritates the scalp,” Robin said. “Detoxing your scalp once a week with a product like my Purifying Cleansing Scrub with Sea Salt is a good habit to prevent your hair from getting too oily.”

Christophe Robin

Christophe Robin Cleansing Volumizing Paste, £42.50 at Spacenk.com.

Christophe RobinFollowing the immense success of his cult of Cleansing Purifying Scrub With Sea Salt, Robin has recently launched a Cleansing Volumizing Paste with rhassoul clay and rose extract, created to add body to fine hair without unbearably weighing it down. The clay-like scrub texture transforms to a thick foam on application. And it smells like a dream!

Redken

Redken Diamond Oil Glow Dry Gloss Scrub, £17 at Redken.co.uk.

Hair Scrub; would you use a hair scrub
Hair Scrub; would you use a hair scrub

The argan shells suspended in a hydrating gel formula to gently exfoliate and detangle the hair before you begin your regular shower regime, Redken’s Diamond Oil Glow Dry Gloss Scrub is designed to be used before shampooing. Originally it is supposed to be used only on mid-lengths and ends.

Davines

Davines Detoxifying Scrub Shampoo, £15.65 at Libertylondon.com.

Hair Scrub; would you use a hair scrub
Hair Scrub; would you use a hair scrub

This is ideal for problematic scalps. Davines’s Detoxifying Scrub Shampoo offers deep cleansing to stimulate the scalp and encourage cell turnover. The antioxidant-rich artichoke helps to protect your mane from radical damage. Use when your scalp feels in need of a good detox.

Kérastase

Kérastase Chronologiste Revitalising Exfoliating Care, £30.20 at Kerastase.co.uk.

Hair Scrub; would you use a hair scrub
Hair Scrub; would you use a hair scrub

Anothern pre-shampoo treatment, Kérastase’s Chronologiste Revitalising Exfoliating Care is great for tackling product build-up, using tiny micro-particles to purify the scalp and hair fibre without causing dryness.

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