A Review: Biogeo Scalp Revival Charcoal + Tea Tree Cooling Hydration Mask.

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I’ve been trying all sorts of scalp oils and scrubs for the last few years, and although some of them worked nicely, I’m really excited about the product I’m sharing today.

It’s the Briogeo Scalp Revival Charcoal + Tea Tree Cooling Hydration Mask!

I wanted to buy this as soon as it came out because: 1. I have tried several products from Briogeo and have yet to be disappointed, and 2. I love that it’s a Black-female-owned brand!

I have had some scalp issues over the years — dry, itchy, flaky, you name it, and I think it’s a result of several factors. Regardless, I’m always trying to fix it to ease the discomfort and avoid embarrassing flecks in my hair.

So, I bought this, and I have used it every time I wash my hair.

I shampoo my hair, then I put the mask around my hairline and in my part. Sometimes I part my hair in additional places and add more mask there, depending on the state of my scalp.

I let it sit for 10 minutes and enjoy the slight cooling sensation on my scalp.

Then, I rinse and follow it up with my conditioner and a hair mask.

The first thing I noticed about this is that it’s easier to use and rinse than a scalp scrub. I also found that generally, my scalp felt clean and fresh after using it.

The charcoal in this mask helps remove buildup (this is a huge issue for me), while the tea tree oil soothes itchiness, and coconut oil provides moisture.

This is such a fantastic product that I’ll definitely buy it again, and now I want to try the micro-scrub shampoo!

Have you ever tried a scalp mask?

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