Just because you no longer have a hair on your head doesn’t mean you have to take care of your skin. Your scalp needs care too and if you really want to sport that no-hair look, you also need to put on some effort to achieve the cool look you are aiming for. Here are some of tips from experts that you need to practice so you can rock the bald look:

Caring Tips for Bald Head

Don’t ditch the shampoo and conditioner

You might not see those tiny hairs on your hair and you might think that they are better off ignored but hey, those tiny hairs needs some love too! Bald scalps can also be a home to oils and dirt so make sure to dab some shampoo for bald head when you shower and follow that up with a moisturizing conditioner to keep that shiny head free from flakes. While your body soap or body wash may seem like an easy option, they can be drying to your scalp so it would be best to stick to products made for bald hair.

Avoid exposing your scalp to the sun

Hair is made to protect your head and keep them warm at the same time and if you don’t have that protection, you might want to give your head more care from the weather since you no longer have the insulation. When the sun is out, don’t forget to throw some sunscreen for bald head or put on a hat. If you are the type who spends more time outdoor, don’t skip the sunscreen for your head, ears and neck.

Moisturize and keep your head hydrated

If your hair gets too much sun or exposed during the dry winter season, your scalp can become dry and rough. Avoid having such dilemma by drinking plenty of water and using skin moisturizer for your bald head. You can get a bald care kit to keep your scalp and skin hydrated.

Give your scalp a good massage

It has been believed that rubbing a bald head can give good luck, whether this is true or not rubbing your bald head can stimulate the scalp and promote good blood flow and encourages healthy hair growth.  It’s very easy to do and you can do it on your own anytime you feel like you need a good luck. Here’s how to do it: Starting with all 10 fingertips on your head, apply gentle pressure and move your fingers around your scalp, working from your forehead, to the crown of your head, and down to your neck. It’s easy to do on your own — or you could try convincing a loved one that rubbing your bald head will bring them good fortune.

A healthy head and scalp is a sign of good hygiene, don’t forget to take care of your bald head so people will think that you rock the bald look pretty well.