Itchy and Irritated Scalp? Allergic to Synthetic Hair and Lace Wig Glue?? You're in Luck Today!!

Scalp issues and nuisance always get in the way of a great hairstyle!
First scenario is when you are allergic to extensions especially synthetic ones. Here's a tip! 

Did you know that the allergic reaction you are experiencing on your scalp, neck and edge area might be cause by the synthetic hair from your protective style? I am sharing the secret on how to still rock synthetic hair without the fear of compromising your scalp or skin. 

Many women experience a reaction after installing braids, or crochets and often chuck it up to the price to pay to be beautiful. This reaction, unaddressed,  will irritate and inflame your follicles. This can potentially start a downward  spiral , compromising the health of your scalp and hair. Since most synthetic hair are treated with chemicals that leaves an alkaline film causing this reaction,  it's very important to treat the hair prior to installation with diluted Apple Cider Vinegar.

To do so, rinse the hair for 25 minutes in a mixture of 1 part ACV and 5 parts water. If you have already installed your hair, you can rinse your scalp and the hair with diluted ACV to alleviate the situation. 

As always, no style is worth the foundation of your crown.  If the situation doesn't improve, you can always remove the hair and start the process correctly the next time around. 

 There's also irritation that came out of nowhere that we often deal with.

A family member once asked me if any of my products could help his dry itchy winter scalp. He usually uses steroids for the itch and flakes but  was taking breaks as overuse of steroids gradually thins out your skin. I suggested he gives the routine below a try (scalp massage with Ronnie's Oil, followed by Ronnie's Shampoo). He came back with the most glowing review!!

 Get yours today!