Treat Oily Hair With Hot Hair Tools And Other Ways

in Hair

Pollution, stress, hormones, just about everything and anything can contribute to oily hair. Contrary to popular belief, they really need to be treated because their disruption may lead to other festivities: lack of volume, dandruff, itching. I just cut off your appetite, and you see me happy. At the same time, you may take hot hair tools into consideration.
Why was the greasy hair?

Often, you can thank ladies hormones which, excited or poorly regulated, give you the menu problems such as skin and fat / oily scalp yes. In other cases, eg scalp assaulted decides to produce more fat to protect themselves (eg shampoos very strippers) poor hygiene capillary (Not that you wash too eh, but you use bad products) an abuse of styling products, blame the weather (Pollution, high heat) or even something as stupid as "I have not changed my pillow for a month, so I sleep on my fat." Oh yeah. However, oily hair is not a fatality! Just, like dry hair or anything else, take care. For oily hair, and more care must obviously be careful about what can cause this problem and be careful. To understand is very simple: we must see how the hair reacts. Test drying outdoors, do not put styling, a new hairdo ... sometimes, small details are really on the quality of hair, and they are relatively simple to master.
What routine?

Some need a daily shampoo to keep their hair really clean. Many hairdressers advise against as it may, by force, further stimulate the production of greasy scalp and become a "false" solution. In fact, daily shampoo is only useful if used the shampoo is very gentle and certainly not made to attack the hair and devoid of any protection. If shampoo every two to three days, then you can use a shampoo formulated oily hairTo clean and leave the scalp breathe. In all cases, you can immediately say goodbye to such rich shampoo enriched with shea butter / jelly Royal / other, which encase the hair but smothers the scalp fat. If your hair is damaged but that your scalp has decided to convert to frying, a mild shampoo will take care of the roots to purify while a carefully applied only on the lengths (to not touch the roots, apply his care upside down, it's easier!) can be repaired without any grease. Finally, also say goodbye to shampoo 2-in-1 shampoo included afterA total heresy never gonna make that problem.

The conditioner if your hair is tangled, must be chosen with great care. It is better to choose a mild shampoo after, made for "long hair" or even "normal hair" Which helps to soften the hair and detangle your mane without lubrication. There are also post-spray shampoos that have the advantage of leaving the hair light.
What special care?

Masks for oily hair have appeared for some time in the supermarket. They are used to purify the scalp, but should always be careful and not abuse it to avoid putting in a rebound effect (Basically, it's like attacking the buttons for them to leave, the skin takes revenge). An old method is to make masks to clay or Rasul.

Scrubs capillaries are also usefulBut again no need to scrub like crazy for everything stripped. They are still quite expensive in trade, and not necessarily essential. However, they are completely unsuitable for those suffering from problems like scalp lesions due to itching, dandruff or other.
The right moves

Finally, know that should avoid too dry with a hair dryer at high temperature (It stimulates the scalp), and when we can focus drying outdoors. Wear hats, Hats, Headbands also permanently increase the friction of the hair and scalp tend to cause oily hair. So no one forgets to breathe his hair as much as possible. Finally, for those who suspect abuse shampoo cause them trouble, you can alternate in the shower with shampoo shampoo dry. In order not to stimulate the roots.
For more hair care tips, you may visit,

Author Box
lien2758055 has 1 articles online

Add New Comment

Treat Oily Hair With Hot Hair Tools And Other Ways

Log in or Create Account to post a comment.
Security Code: Captcha Image Change Image
This article was published on 2010/10/28