Beauty Tips to Control Greasy Hair
What Is the Problem in Fact?
Our scalp (actually our skin) produces a natural oil called sebum. This is a good thing, because in fact, sebum is the natural way in which our head and hair are naturally treated in order to stay healthy, shinny and hydrated.
Unfortunately, too much sebum leads to oily hair looks and while we all suffer from greasy locks every now and then some people can face it as a permanent issue.
This problem can be a genetic disorder but it can also be caused by over-stimulation of your scalp oil glands through stress or poor diet. If you exercises regularly and work up a sweat which doesn’t get thoroughly washed away, this may be another explanation. And, another issue will be piling on oily products like serum – so, avoid applying these products anywhere near the roots.
What to Do?
The beauty tips in this particular problem are either natural, homemade or cosmetic, like the ones we will show you. Most of us may consider that the easiest way of getting rid of that nasty look, greasy hair, is a good blast of dry shampoo, but what are we going to do when the problem is getting serious?
Wash your hair regularly with a gentle “frequent wash” shampoo to prevent stripping your hair of all its natural oil (it is essential to your hair’s health), you just don’t want too much of it and by stripping your hair completely, your scalp will overcompensate and produce even more.
Use a lightweight rinse-out conditioner but only apply it to the lengths and hair ends to avoid clogging the pores of your scalp. Look out for products that are designed to cleanse and balance with invigorating ingredients like mint or eucalyptus to cut through the grease.
If you are working up a sweat regularly through exercise don’t forget to wash your hair afterwards to prevent making the problem worst.
Recommendation: go to Amazon and get the list of shampoos for greasy hair. My choice would be one with organ oil included.
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