Oily Hair – Advice, And Suggestions For Your Care
Hello, girls again!
Today is Monday, and we start the week with a fascinating topic: Oily hair.
Hair oiliness is a problem that affects a large part of the population around the world, but nobody suffers as much as women do. One of the most common complaints is to wear the scalp with excessive shine, dandruff, and itching. Not counting the look left that gives us the feeling of having hair stuck to your head because of excess fat, right girls?
More marked characteristics of oily hair
It is a hair that is washed in the morning, and at the end of the day, it arrives without volume.
A considerable increase in dandruff
Serious problems with seborrhea dermatitis
It’s real girls that having hair with that problem is not a tasty dish and that’s why I’ve prepared
Tips and suggestions to take care of your oily hair and thus, be able to improve the situation
1 – Wash the hair with warm or cold water
Washing the hair with water at the correct temperature is essential for the health of our hair. The boiling water attacks the scalp stimulating the sebaceous glands to work more to protect it from that aggression and when they work more, the production of oil increases.
Contrary to what many believe or have believed, oily hair should not be washed daily, washing them every other day is enough.
2 – Choose the right shampoo
The shampoos for oily hair should not always be used; they cause the same effect of hot water: dry scalp and stimulates the sebaceous glands to produce more oil to hydrate the hair fiber. You can alternate the washes using once a shampoo for oily hair and again a neutral shampoo with balanced PH. Astringent shampoos should be used preferably when our hair is filthy at most twice a week.
3 – Attention to the use of the conditioner
Girls, it is essential that you remember that the use of the conditioner on the scalp is not recommended. The product must be applied directly on the hands and spread from medium to ends and finish rinsing well to leave no residue. Eliminate products of type 2 in 1 (shampoo + conditioner), and mainly creams without cleaning.
4 – Stay attentive to food
Did you know that nutrition directly influences hair fat? Consumption more than carbohydrates, milk derivatives, and fatty foods can aggravate the problem. Therefore, choose a balanced diet, including fruits, vegetables and vegetables and eliminating fatty foods and fried foods.
5 – Dryer, iron, and Babyliss
No study demonstrates that the use of these devices increases the hair’s oiliness. Ideally, the hair should be dried naturally, but if you do not want to quit using the dryer, keep it far from your head at least 15 cm so that the heat does not stimulate the sebaceous glands. Remember to apply thermo-active products that protect our hair from intense heat.
6 – Remove hands from hair
Running your hands through your hair playing with him from one side to another can be a charm and even a hobby, but if you have oily hair, avoid doing it.
7 – Do not abuse the accessories
Wearing hats and scarves often also increases hair grease. This happens because the scalp ends up being suffocated, thus increasing the natural production of oil. If you already have oily hair, avoid the frequent use of hats, handkerchiefs and any other accessory that can suffocate the scalp.
8 – Products you should avoid
If you got oily hair, you should avoid products that do not rinse, such as waxes, ointments, combs, silicones and excess oils. To model the nose, it is preferable to use gel and mousse. You can also use leave-in by applying only the hair medium to the tips to protect the hair against excess pollution and ultraviolet rays.
9 – Treat your hair
The oily hair, as well as the other types, also need hydration, mainly to avoid its weakening. A new treatment for greasy hair is clay therapy, a therapy based on sulfurous clay, rich in a mineral such as salts, potassium, calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, silica and sodium, which exfoliates and treats the hair fiber, recovering the health of the leather scalp Read More At chevalriesalon.com