Why Is My Scalp So Greasy All of a Sudden?
Oily hair is completely normal; you have hair follicles and sebaceous glands, which are your hair's natural way of staying hydrated. However, if you are noticing a recent change in your hair's texture and in your scalp, don't worry, we got you!
Here are a few easy changes you can do:
THE RIGHT SHAMPOO
Everyone’s hair is different and requires different things every day, just like you. One day you might be in the mood to relax, while some other days you cannot wait to go on a trip or finish those errands quickly. You don’t feel the same every day of the week and thus you have different needs for the look you're trying to achieve. The product you use can affect your scalp's oil production levels. If your hair doesn't get a proper cleanse every time you wash it and you don't nourish it from the inside out, your hair will release more oil to make up for the lack of nutrients.
ARE YOU OVER-CONDITIONING?
Of course, your hair needs hydration and nourishment, especially with the change of season; in Autumn-Winter, your hair needs more moisture. But if your hair is looking greasy and dull, you're probably using too much product. By incorporating Impossible Keratin™ into your routine, you are restoring your strands from the inside out every time you hit the shower without weighing it down with harmful chemicals.
THE THIRD STEP
Our styling cream has 3X times more Impossible Keratin™ than our shampoo, and it will be your perfect ally for Fall. Your locks will look shiny, healthy, and protected. Our expert tip? Take it with you, and use a little amount to style your hair on the go! Even on dry hair, our multipurpose third steps are designed to seamlessly aid your hair in different ways.
How often do you wash your sheets? You should change your pillowcase at least every other day. Residues from your hair and face products stay on your pillow; that is the same dirt that remains in your hair, from microscopic dust particles to grease. Make sure you ensure your skin and hair’s health by minimizing contact with build-up.
Hormonal changes can affect your scalp's oil production. When we are menstruating, our scalp becomes more sensitive. Whenever possible, try to avoid drastic hair changes –such as bleaching dyeing– until your period is over.