There’s a science to massaging your scalp. Check it out.
You usually massage your scalp during the conditioning session or with oil on your fingertips. If you massage your scalp while conditioning, you should forgo doing it in the shower and opt for a seated position. You can give yourself the best massage when you’re free of distractions, and managing shampooing, exfoliating and washing will take away from your relaxation.
After rinsing your conditioner, take your Papaya Castor Scalp Massaging Serum and apply it to your scalp. Using the pads of your fingers (the area just below the fingertip), massage in small circles, making sure to never scratch. This can damage your scalp. Focus your attention on massaging your temples and the hairline first. This relieves tension and increases the blood flow to the entire scalp. Massage down to your ears to the nape of your neck, then up the middle of your head back to the very top. This method ensures that you reach all of the major points of your scalp.
Repeat this cycle for at least five minutes every week to encourage growth.