Hair Care Tips: Oily hair issues? Here's how you can treat them naturally

Oily hair trouble? Here's how these home ingredients can help you get rid of oily hair naturally, and provide you with silky and shiny hair within a couple of weeks.
Hair Care Tips: Oily hair issues? Here's how you can treat them naturally Hair Care Tips: Oily hair issues? Here's how you can treat them naturally
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Hair Care has become a part of our daily routine. Just like maintaining our weight, maintaining our hair is also very important. Hair fall, dandruff, dry scalp and various other things happen if you don't maintain your hair. With the hair packs and chemical-free shampoos available in the market, maintaining hair is not a task like before. But still, people with oily hair find it difficult to maintain their hair because the oil content of their hair makes it look rancid and oily all the time. 

 

Humidity, especially during the summers leaves us with a head full of oily hair even after shampooing. Touching the hair too much can also cause your hair to be oily since you'll be transferring the oil from your hands to the hair. Deficiency of vitamin B, not washing your hair enough, untreated dandruff, hormonal imbalance, and using too much conditioner, are some other causes that cause oily scalp. If you are the one with oily hair, then try these home remedies at home to get rid of them naturally. 

 

Aloe vera gel and lemon juice:

 

Aloe vera gel has significant astringent properties and nourishing properties. It helps to control sebum secretion and make your hair soft. In a bowl add 1 tbsp of lemon juice, 1 cup water and 2 tsp of aloe vera gel. Mix it well and use it to rinse your hair after shampooing. Let it sit for a few minutes and wash it with cold water. Do this twice a week to control the oily scalp. 

 

Epsom Salt:

 

Being a rich source of magnesium, it helps to reduce scalp inflammation and blot the excess sebum secreted by your scalp. To use this, add 2tsp of Epsom salt to your shampoo and shampoo your hair with it. Let it sit for a few minutes before you wash it off. Do this twice a week for better results. 

 

Cocoa powder:

 

If you have dark black hair then cocoa powder works great as a dry shampoo. It absorbs excess oil and gives soft auburn highlights to your hair. Sprinkle 1 tsp of cocoa powder on your hair and scalp, comb your hair to even out the powder. Do this whenever you don't wash your hair. Cocoa powder will keep your hair fresh. 

 

Virgin coconut oil:

 

Virgin coconut oil is light in comparison to normal coconut oil and gives your hair the required shine while preventing excess sebum production. Take a little virgin coconut oil and rub it between your palms. Apply it evenly on your scalp. Let it sit for an hour, then wash your hair with a mild shampoo. Do this at least once a week for better results. 

 

Tea Tree Oil: 

 

Using tea tree oil not only controls sebum production, but it also prevents acne in your scalp. Add 10-12 drops of tea tree oil to 30 ml of normal oil and blend it well. Apply this mixture to your scalp and spread it evenly throughout the length of your hair. Leave it on for an hour and wash it with a mild shampoo. Do this thrice a week for less for better results. 

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