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Dry and frizzy hair is on one extreme and oily and greasy hair on the other. The latter is not all too uncommon either - many people complain that their hair is far too slick for them to maintain it with ease. Oily and greasy hair entail many other problems as well, so it is necessary to take up any remedies available to curtail the problem.
How Does Your Hair Become Greasy?
There a few different reasons for why people develop oily hair. The first is that some people are naturally predisposed to oilier hair because their body produces more sebum - a wax like substance - which gives their hair a greasier texture. Hormones have also been linked with an increase in oiliness.
It is believed that oily hair does entail hair problems in the future. These problems, dandruff and hair loss, are severe enough that you ought to attempt a remedy to keep the issue in check.
Baking soda is an ingredient that’s available in almost every household. If you haven’t got any, then it’s only a matter of heading to the nearest shop to get some.
This remedy is very simple and requires little effort in the making of the application. Baking soda works so well because it has an ability to absorb oily substances. To make the application, take a few spoonfuls of baking soda and add a little water to it. You want to make a paste of medium consistency. Apply this to your scalp, massaging very well, and do not coat your hair with it. The oil arises from the glands at the scalp. Rinse off after about 15 minutes.
Lemon is full of vitamins and minerals, and its acidic nature makes it effective against microbes.
Take a lemon and cut it into two halves. Alternatively, you can extract a sufficient amount of lemon juice. Reveal your scalp and squeeze the two halves so that the entire scalp is coated with lemon juice. Massage it into the scalp thoroughly. Leave it on for about an hour and wash off well later.
For the best results, you should do this everyday or on every other day.
Aloe vera is a very versatile substance and offers much nutrition to your hair while reducing greasiness. It also provides a very refreshing look to your hair.
For this treatment, take a spoon of aloe vera gel and mix it with a spoon of lemon and a little shampoo. Rub thoroughly into your scalp. Wash your hair afterwards, letting the shampoo soak in. Wash completely soon after and dry.
Apple cider vinegar is also a little acidic and can curb oil production.
Mix about a quarter portion of the apple cider vinegar with four portions of water. Apply this solution to your hair for about five to ten minutes. Rinse with warm water after and dry.
Yes, this one surprises everyone but tea truly does combat oily hair. It can do so because it is rich in a substance called tannic acid, which has the ability to tighten pores on the scalp, pores which release the oil that make your hair greasy.
Rinsing your hair with black tea is an effective way to fight greasy hair. Make a cup of black tea and massage the liquid onto your scalp. Wash off ten minutes later with shampoo and dry your hair completely.
These remedies, all of which are natural and completely safe, and also inexpensive and readily available, are great and swift techniques to combat greasy hair. Carry it out a couple of times a week and you’ll see a noticeable change in the texture of your hair. You’ll find plenty of organic products out there too which make use of the aforementioned ingredients. These products are also very effective and are another great way to tackle the problem.
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