Is your hair greasy even in winter? Here is what to do


Keeping your hair in good condition just like your skin is extremely important. Taking good care of your hair is a combination of caring for the outside and caring for the inside with a well-balanced diet and using the right products for your hair type.

Oily hair can be very difficult to maintain, you are always busy planning your hair wash and thinking if you wash your hair too much. Oiling becomes impossible, hair masks make the hair more oily and you just wish you had dry hair. But don’t worry, where there is oily hair, there is a silky solution. Let’s try these natural remedies to fight oily hair and make their locks shine, courtesy of beauty guru and popular aromatherapist, Dr. Blossom Kochhar.

Coconut milk is the healthiest natural ingredient for healthy hair. The remedy you should try is mixing freshly extracted coconut milk with a squeezed lemon and 4-5 drops of lavender essential oils. Leave on for 4 to 5 hours then rinse.

One big myth I would like to eliminate is that people with oily hair don’t need conditioner. They need a conditioner as much as those with a dry scalp; they only have to apply it to the hair and not to the scalp. Use a light conditioner; avoid using hair masks. A conditioner you can make at home for extra shine and shine. Grate a few onions and a little cabbage together and leave in a copper utensil overnight. In the morning, add a few drops of ylang ylang essential oil to eliminate the onion smell. Add a few drops of vegetable oil then apply. Shampoo after 30 minutes. Your hair will gain in shine and color. You can follow this routine once a week.

An anti-dandruff cleanser for oily hair. Soak two tablespoons of fenugreek (methi) seeds in water overnight. In the morning, make a paste of seeds and add a dash of lemon juice and apply on the head. Leave it for half an hour. Then wash the hair with soapnut (Reetha) or Shikakai and water. You can use herbal shampoo instead to wash your hair. Do this routine twice a week.

Before washing your hair, take 1 tablespoon of water and 10 drops of patchouli essential oil. With your fingers, apply it all over your scalp and hair. Shampoo your hair as usual.

To reduce the oil in your hair while keeping it shiny, use apple cider vinegar as a final rinse. Take 1 teaspoon for 1 cup of water. If you experience hair loss after regular use, don’t worry, just reduce the amount of ACV on your last rinse.

Stop running your hand or hairbrush through your hair frequently. This increases the sebum in your hair and causes a greasy effect. I’m not saying let them get tangled, just try brushing a lot and just run your fingers through your hair and enjoy the natural flow of your hair.


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