3- I have oily hair
Excess sebum on the scalp can have various causes: hormonal factors, excessive friction when washing (and water that is too hot), or unsuitable shampoo. To wash oily hair, it’s best to opt for a gentle formula, rather in the form of a gel shampoo. Avoid cleansers containing silicones or film-forming substances. These molecules smooth and discipline the hair, but they also tend to suffocate the scalp, causing it to re-grease quickly. Choose the simplest formula possible to gently remove excess oil.
Scrub. This helps get rid of excess oil, impurities, and dead skin cells. However, you should choose a gentle scrub and do it once a week maximum. It is not recommended on a sensitive scalp, which it can irritate.
The aromatherapist’s solution
Use for 1 to 2 months until improvement.
- In the evening, apply 2 drops of juniper EO (essential oil) or lemon oil in 1 teaspoon of jojoba oil and massage the scalp.
- In the morning, wash your hair with a gentle organic shampoo, with clay for example.
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