Scalp massage to stimulate hair growth

The Centre Clauderer has developed a exclusive massage method of the scalp to optimise hair loss treatments. This method works the scalp, helping to eliminate excess sebum and cellular impurities (which clump around the hair roots). It also encourages blood flow to the hair follicles. The result is better irrigation of the entire hair reproductive system and a more natural, healthy scalp. positive effect on the vigour of regrowth. As an added bonus, you're guaranteed a feeling of well-being!

What are the techniques for a scalp massage to accelerate hair growth? What are the benefits of a hair massage? Find out here about different scalp massage techniques to grow hair and stimulate hair growth. Combating hair loss is a concern that affects both men and women, whatever their hair type. The massages below are beneficial for all hair typesWhether your hair is European, mixed race or frizzy. By adopting the right techniques for a few minutes a day, a cranial massage will become part of your hair routine and help you to accelerate hair growth.


The right touch... Massaging does not mean rubbing The fingers must not slip, but must remain anchored to the point of the scalp where they were installed. The principle is to slide the skin along the skull and not your fingers along the skin. Carry out the three movements below in the direction of the blood flow: from the nape of the neck to the forehead, then from the ears to the top of the skull.

Mobilisation massage

Place your fingertips slightly apart on the scalp, press firmly and then move back and forth or in a rotating motion. Then move your fingers and repeat elsewhere. Time: about one minute, to cover the whole head.

The mobilisation massage on video

Pinch massage

This time, your hands are 2 cm apart and your fingers are close together. Bring the fingers of both hands together to pinch the scalp. Time: about 30 seconds.

The pinch massage video

Cupping massage

Your hands are one on top of the other, with the one on top completely covering the one underneath. Bringing both palms together in a single movement, apply enough pressure to "suck in" your scalp. Time: about 30 seconds.

Optional hot towel massage

4 extra tips for massaging your scalp

  1. For more strength in your hands, you can rest your elbows on a table.
  2. These massages can be performed every day to promote hair vitality.
  3. Don't do all three while shampooing. This would add nothing to the beauty or health of the hair. Quite the opposite, in fact. Apart from this restriction, you can carry out these movements at any time of day, on wet or dry hair. A complete session takes no more than 2 or 3 minutes.
  4. And above all, don't panic if, after the first few massages, you find yourself notice a very slight loss of hair ! It's normal and so much the better. The hair is already "dead" and was going to fall out anyway. As a result of the massages, hair loss is accelerated, which will stimulate hair vigour who will succeed them.

Answers to your questions about scalp massage

Does cranial massage make hair grow?

By stimulating blood microcirculation, a good massage will result in oxygenate hair follicles properly. Revitalised in this way, it will encourage stronger hair growth. Combined with the massage, toning essential oils such as rosemary or peppermint will act in synergy to improve hair growth results.

How do you massage the scalp to grow hair?

Make sure you respect 3 fundamental principles for a successful massage. The first is never to rub the scalp, but to move the skin of the skull with your fingertips. The second is to massage in the direction of the blood flow from the nape of the neck towards the forehead. And thirdly, never massage while shampooing.

What are the benefits of a scalp massage?

In addition to its well-known relaxing effect, scalp massage helps to stimulate blood circulation and therefore provides the hair with the nutrients it needs to grow. It also promoteselimination of toxins which often stagnate inside the hair follicle. All it takes is 2 to 3 minutes a day to fully appreciate the benefits.

Jean-François Cabos

Jean-François Cabos is the creator of a unique hair care method based on the research he coordinated, which led to the publication of the book "Cheveux, Racines de Vie" with Hélène Clauderer by Robert Laffont (Collection "Réponses/ Santé").

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