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Best Hair Care Products for a Healthy Scalp and Thick, Healthy Hair

Strong, beautiful hair and a healthy scalp go hand in hand. It’s easy to forget that the scalp is, in fact, skin and needs proper care just like the skin on our faces. And hair, even though its shaft is comprised of keratin protein rather than living tissue, can become damaged by heat, color processing and environmental factors. The key to achieving your best look? Treating your hair and scalp right. Here, we’ve consulted with expert stylists and dermatologists to help you choose the best care for your hair’s unique needs.

Hair growth and scalp treatments from Briogeo, Living Proof, Oribe, Alterna, Christophe Robin & miriam quevedo

14 Best Hair Growth Products and Hair Loss Treatments for Women

Whether you have thinning hair caused by stress, hormones, aging or other factors, these treatments—from scalp serums to supplements—can help. Read more.

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7 Stylist-Approved Tips to Help Your Hair Color Last Longer

A little at-home maintenance can help your color look fresh from the salon until it’s time for your next appointment. Try these colorist-recommended methods. Read more.

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How to Keep Every Type of Curly Hair Healthy

Well-cared-for curls are always in style. Not sure where to start? The first step is understanding your hair’s unique texture, say curl expert stylists. Read more.

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8 Must-Have Hair Masks for Every Hair Type and Concern

Sometimes achieving your hair goals means going beyond your usual wash, shampoo and condition routine. These masks can help restore your hair’s health. Read more.

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7 Innovative Hair Products Inspired by Skin Care

Serum for your scalp? Sun protection for your strands? These breakthrough products mimic a complete skin care routine and let your hair reap the benefits. Read more.


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What Does a Healthy Scalp Look Like? (Plus, 8 Scalp Treatments to Try)

Flakes, excess sebum and itching could all be clues that your scalp is in need of some TLC. “It’s very important to maintain a healthy scalp, since this is where the hair follicles reside and where your hair starts to grow,” explains Dr. Michele Green, a board-certified dermatologist. Read more.

Dermstore Content Manager

Wendy Rodewald-Sulz

Wendy Rodewald-Sulz is Dermstore's Content Manager and a lifelong skin care and beauty devotee. She graduated from cruising the drugstore aisles for Lip Smackers as a teen to a career as a beauty editor, where she learned her antioxidants from her AHAs by interviewing top dermatologists. Her skin care must-haves include hyaluronic acid and sleep.