How To Prevent A Greasy Mane Problem

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There are so many things, which can be a reason of a greasy mane: inconsistent nutrition, daily washing, improper care regimen, and even ecology. Let's figure out how we can solve this problem. Check out some simple pieces of advice provided by the top specialists at the barber shop in Midtown.

 

#1 Stop washing every day

 To wash hair every day is a terrible habit. It sounds counterintuitive, but daily shampooing provokes scalp to produce more oils, so there is no need to do it, even if you do sports regularly. It will be enough to use a shampoo 2-3 times per week and rinse a mane with lukewarm water after workouts to refresh hair and scalp.

 

#2 The right hair care products

Still use all those cheap commercial hair care products from malls? They can bring you nothing - only over dryness and hair loss. If you want to save a mane, you should replace them with some natural organic stuff. With no sulfates, silicones, parabens, and alcohol in their content - they will gently care for hair and scalp.

 

#3 Proper nutrition

Our mane is a reflection of inner health, so any problem comes from an inconsistent diet. Avoid eating to fatty, salty, spicy, and fried dishes. Replace them with healthy veggies and fruit. Due to the high amount of cellulose, they will clean a body from toxins and provide you with lots of energy, strong hair, and supple skin as well.

 

#4 Apply a natural mask

It's imperative to help a scalp to recover itself, so implement the following natural mask every week before shampooing. Combine a ½ cup of a coconut oil with two tablespoons of lemon juice, add 2-3 drops of a tea tree oil; gently rub it on the scalp, wait for approximately 1 hour and wash it out with a daily shampoo. Coconut oil will deeply moisturize it, while a tea tree oil with a lemon juice will remove oil and calm irritated skin. Even after the first usage, you’ll see the result - radiant and supple mane with no oils.

 

Stay confident with a soft and luminous hair.

 

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