A conventional shampoo may not be effective in removing excess oil and product buildup. Using a clarifying shampoo can help. These shampoos efficiently remove product buildup and grease from the scalp and hair strands.
Use a gentle, non-heavy conditioner (such as a cream). Those with low-porosity hair can apply the conditioner halfway down the length of their hair to the tips.
If you have hormonal issues, consult a dermatologist or a hair care professional. An expert can assist you in determining the core cause of your problem.
Washing your hair every day may just make it more oily. You can wash your hair every two days to allow it to breathe and remove product buildup.
Cleaning your hair brush prevents oil from being distributed throughout your hair. Once or twice a week, clean your hair brush.
Hair sprays, mousse, creams, dry shampoos, chemoprotections, and hair serums should not be used too frequently.
Consume foods that have little or no oil. Consume green vegetables, root vegetables, fruits, plant and animal protein sources, and nuts. Maintain a healthy diet and nutrition by avoiding fatty and fried foods such as fries, fried chicken, and chips.
Rinse your hair with room temperature water after a routine hair wash (you may use lukewarm water). Cool water seals the hair cuticles, preventing scalp oils from reaching the hair strands.
Hair breakage and hair loss can be caused by hard water. The first indication of hard water is that it stops soap from lathering.