Wildling’s Gua Sha Stimulating
Scalp Comb for HAIR GROWTH

facebook instagram email

Wildling’s Gua Sha Stimulating Scalp Comb for HAIR GROWTH

facebook instagram email

ICYMI: Over here at Wildling, we seriously love our Scalp Comb.

If you haven’t had a chance to give it a try yet, allow us to shed some light on our most beloved healthy hair BFF. The Empress Gua Sha Stimulating Scalp Comb is designed & tested by experts to stimulate circulation, soothe the scalp, and calm the mind. Additionally, when used consistently, Wilding’s Gua Sha Stimulating Scalp Comb is actually scientifically proven to support healthy hair growth. 

A study performed in Japan points to consistent scalp massage as a proven method of improving both the growth patterns as well as thickness of hair. In this study, 4 minutes a day for a total of 6 months results in healthier, thicker, stronger hair. Even more good news? You’ll reap benefits of our patented Scalp Comb far more immediately than that. With its design specifically formulated to stimulate the meridians of the head, there’s no other tool on the market quite like Wildling’s Scalp Comb. Additional perks: with each use, this tool will lift both your energy level and the skin of the face, it won't pull or snag hair, and is suitable for all hair types.

Scalp Massage: The Science

Let’s take a moment to review the benefits of scalp massage. While the immediate effect of a scalp massage is relaxation (always a plus in our book!), cumulative benefits over time are boosted hair growth and improved scalp health.

So, how does it work? As with all of our gua sha tools, one of the main functions of Wildling’s Scalp Comb is that it increases blood circulation to the scalp. Massage stimulates the blood vessels in the scalp, which in turn delivers more oxygen and nutrients to each hair follicle. Increased blood flow is thought to promote hair growth and even potentially prevent hair loss when performed consistently as well as aid in removal of toxins that can build up in the scalp and cause inflammation

Another benefit of this practice is that it can help to reduce stress levels. We all know stress levels can be off the charts at various moments in our lives, and finding small ways to mitigate stress with at-home rituals can truly be a lifesaver. When in stress response, your body produces cortisol, the stress hormone. Cortisol may lead to hair loss, as well as a myriad of other health problems. By promoting relaxation and reducing stress levels, scalp massage may reduce the amount of cortisol in your body as well as regulate the nervous system.

Lastly, massaging or combing the scalp also helps to regulate the production of sebum, the natural oil produced by the scalp. Sebum is what can make our hair feel oily, but it actually serves a super important function when it comes to keeping the scalp and hair moisturized and healthy. Regular massage acts to ensure that the amount of sebum being produced is in balance - not too much and not too little.

How to Use Wildling’s Scalp Comb

As with all our beauty tools and rituals, consistency is key. To get the maximum benefit from your Empress Gua Sha Stimulating Scalp Comb Ritual, it’s crucial to do it regularly. Aim to massage your scalp for at least 4 minutes daily, using the comb intuitively and working your way around the scalp. Feel free to add some of our Empress Balm of Gilead Barrier Repair Oil to make this a full scalp treatment (you’ll want to wash your hair after), or simply use the comb. Take some deep breaths before, during, and after your at-home mini spa sesh. 

Follow along with this video for more detail - and enjoy the physical & emotional benefits of a consistent scalp massage practice. Remember - by increasing blood flow, reducing stress, regulating sebum production, and promoting relaxation, scalp massage can help to improve the health and appearance of your hair and scalp as well as  your mind & spirit.