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Having oily hair may be challenging to manage, especially if you're rushing to work or on an important occasion. You may have spent hours styling your hair only to discover that by the time you arrive to work, your hair is already greasy.

An oily scalp leads to greasy hair. This suggests that your ref curl power glands are overproducing oil, which is why you have oily hair. An overactive sebaceous gland can be caused by a number of variables, including food, hygiene, heredity, and skin illnesses. Here are a few basic suggestions to help you manage your oily hair that you can incorporate into your everyday routine:

 

Tips on Managing Oily Hair:

Use a shampoo made for oily hair - 

Using the right shampoo for your oily hair is the first step to managing an oily scalp. Remember that loreal freezing mists are made to clean your scalp and remove excess oil. You should also know how to shampoo your hair properly to make sure that you are not irritating your scalp and causing further damage to it. Make sure that you choose shampoos that are categorized as balancing, clarifying, strengthening, or volumizing. It is also recommended that you shampoo your hair every day.

 

Use conditioner properly - 

Having oily hair doesn't mean you have to skip conditioning your hair. You can still use conditioner but make sure that you avoid the scalp. It is best to apply conditioner to the middle part of the hair and then move it all the way down to the tips. This will condition the part of the hair which is considered the oldest, which is usually damaged and dry.

 

Rinse thoroughly - 

Make sure that you rinse properly and that no residue of shampoo and conditioner is left in your hair and scalp. Not rinsing thoroughly will lead to oilier hair and other scalp problems.

 

Eat a balanced diet -

Diet is also an essential part of keeping your hair healthy and oil-free. Make sure that you avoid junk foods like burgers, fried food, and pizza. These types of food have fat in them which then cause our sebaceous glands to become more active. Choose fresh and lean food to help keep your body and hair healthy.

Hydrate - 

Drink 8-10 glasses of water every day. This will help keep your scalp healthy and will put your overly active sebaceous glands in check. At the same time, you will have a healthier body and skin.

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