If you have oily hair, surely you have tried all the remedies to end excess fat. If you have not managed to end the problem, here we tell you the tricks that do work and that will help you to have the great punch you always wanted.
Oily hair can be a real nightmare for many. It usually gives an aspect of dirt that is uncomfortable but ending it is easier than you think.
Choose well with what you wash it, it is important
When it comes to washing your oily hair, it is important that you choose a shampoo that meets your needs. To do this, we recommend the Original Remedies Clay and Lemon Shampoo. The clay has a great absorbent power that will remove excess fat while the lemon will purify the mane leaving a refreshing sensation. You will get hooked!
While washing oily hair is important, it is also important not to abuse it. By subjecting the mane to an excessive wash, you will completely eliminate the natural fat of the hair and this will try to compensate it by generating more sebum. Although it is complicated, try to space the washes, at least one day yes and another not to balance the scalp fat production. A trick so that it does not cost you so much is to collect your hair on the days between washes. In addition to the hair looking cleaner, you will be less tempted to touch it, one of the most common reasons for the hair to be greased.
Choose the morning
The moment of washing is also important when we talk about oily hair. Even if you like to enjoy the moment of disconnection of showering at night, do not wash your hair at that time. It is better to wash it in the morning since the sebaceous glands – responsible for generating the fat in the hair – work more at night. Thus, if you wash in the morning, you will correctly remove the fat that has been produced at night.
Control the temperature
We know how pleasant it can be to take a shower with very hot water but it is not the most suitable for oily hair. Excessive water temperature can open the cuticle excessively and weaken the hair. Warm water allows it to be opened wide enough to clean the hair deeply and remove the fat properly. Coldwater, on the other hand, closes the cuticle so it does not allow you to clean your hair intensely.
Your hair is what you eat
At this point, you probably know the importance of following a healthy diet but you may not know that what you eat also has consequences for the health of your hair. Therefore, you should avoid foods with saturated fats such as fried foods, chocolate or red meat as they cause an increase in sebum production.
Remember that you are what you eat, hair included!
After following these tips, you will surely find it much easier to fight oily hair. Have you tried them? What works best for you?