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Get Rid of Oily Hair | Treatments |

17th January 2022
"An excessively oily scalp might cause itching and dandruff irritation."

Your natural oils protect and nourish your hair, which is essential for a healthy scalp and beautiful hair.

However, an excessively oily scalp might cause itching and dandruff irritation.

Here are a few tips to get rid of oily hair without damaging it:

Shampoo properly

Be gentle

To wash your hair effectively, carefully massage a tiny bit of shampoo into your roots and scalp.

Use your nails sparingly and avoid causing extra stress on the hairs. Scrubbing too hard might hurt your scalp and lead it to create additional oils.

Concentrate on your scalp, which contains the oil, rather than the length of your hair.

Don't scrape or apply shampoo directly to your hair's ends. Instead, when you rinse, simply let the shampoo trickle through the ends.

Avoid Products with Silicone

Silicone is used in many products, including shampoos, conditioners, creams, and style treatments, to smooth and shine hair.

Silicones can build up on the hair and make it seem unclean, greasy, and weighted down, in addition to imparting additional shine that can look a lot like oil.

Green Tea

Green tea

This nutritious tea is also beneficial to your hair. Being healing properties, green tea extract has been demonstrated to lower melanin production and nourish the skin.

Find things simpler for yourself before choosing a shampoo that includes it.



Because honey has antibacterial and antifungal characteristics, it can help calm your scalp and prevent or cure dandruff if you've had let the oil get through control.

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Skin Care Routine for Oily Skin

31st October 2021
"Morning and evening skincare routine for oily skin that can help you to get balance your skin’s natural oils, keeping your skin healthy and hydrated."

Oily Skin can be caused by a number of factors that are: Diet, Genes, Stress, Climate changes, hormonal changes, and so on. There are products and routines that can help you to balance your skin’s natural oils, keeping your skin healthy and hydrated. For overall good skin health for your face, it's important to cleanse, exfoliate, moisturize, and use sunscreen daily. Here’s the Skincare routine to follow for Oily Skin:

Divide your daily skincare routine for oily skin into two parts - a morning and evening time skincare routine.

Morning skincare routine

1. Cleanser

Start your skincare routine with a gentle cleanser. A cleanser helps remove excess oil and impurities from your face and keeps your pores unclogged.

If you have oily skin it’s important to wash your face twice a day. Your skin continues to produce oil at night, so even if you wash it before you go to bed, you need to wash it again.

This will help keep your oils balanced. Oil-based cleansers can actually be great for people with oily skin.

2. Toner

Toner can help unclog your pores, regulate your Skin’s pH levels, and create a layer of evenly toned skin. A toner also helps prep your skin for the rest of your routine so that your other products are more effective.

Pick a gentle toner formulated with ingredients such as rose, elderflower, lychee seed extract, aloe vera, eucalyptus, chamomile, almond oil, and honey.

You have to avoid toners with alcohol because it tends to be the main ingredient and will overly dry your skin.

3. Moisturizer

For oily skin, using a non-greasy moisturizer is ideal. Many oil-free moisturizers can provide the right amount of hydration without clogging up your pores.

Adding moisture to your skin will keep your skin from thinking it's dry helping to balance your oils.

A gel-based moisturizer that is oil-free and packed with the right natural extracts and acids can be a suitable pick for oily skin.

4. Sunscreen

Sunscreen is an important step for all skin types. Apply sunscreen every day as the final step of your routine before putting on makeup or heading outdoors.

This will help protect your skin from harmful UV rays that can prematurely age skin. Choose a light formula that contains antioxidants and natural extracts, while offering ample protection against the sun's UV rays. It should not leave your skin feeling sticky throughout the day.

Evening Skincare Routine

1. Cleanser

While cleansers are excellent for removing your makeup at the end of a busy day, you should cleanse your face even if you don't wear makeup. You can use the same cleanser as you did in the morning or reach for a new one.

Use a light water-based cleanser to eliminate excess oil and impurities, along with traces of makeup from your face.

2. Toner

Using a toner again at night will help to cleanse your skin from the day’s exposure to environmental stressors and it will prep it for the rest of your nightly routine.

You can reach for the one you used in the morning to absorb excess oil and prevent acne. If your concern is skin that is too oily and sticky, go for a non-greasy, light toner that will gently balance your skin's pH and retain just the right amount of moisture.

3. Moisturizer

It's necessary to moisturize your skin both in the morning and evening. Choose an oil-free, lightweight formula that easily absorbs into the skin.

You should moisturize your face after you cleanse, every time, even if you have oily skin.

4. Eye cream

It’s especially important to moisturize your eye with the help of eye cream after you’ve removed your makeup. Even if you use a gentle cleanser, the rubbing can irritate the thin skin around your eye, so be sure to give it some nutrients before you go to sleep. The skin around your eyes is particularly sensitive, which could lead to dark circles and puffy eyes.

Tips for Oily Skin:

  • Look for oily-free labels products
  • Moisturize
  • Always remove your makeup
  • Protect your skin
  • Make changes in your diet

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Tips to Prevent Your Hair from Getting Greasy

7th December 2021
"An overly greasy scalp can lead to uncomfortable itching. Moreover, it can even cause dandruff."

An overly greasy scalp can lead to uncomfortable itching. Moreover, it can even cause dandruff.

Greasy hair sometimes can be very irritating so here are a few tips to cut the grease without damaging your hair or irritating your scalp.

Use Products formulated for Oily Hair

You always should be aware of the products you use in your hair and most importantly the quality of your hair. If your shampoo isn’t cutting it, try a clarifying shampoo that has stronger detergents.

This can help lift oil and leave your hair grease-free.

Oil free

However, if you love sweaty workouts or find you need to wash daily, mild baby shampoo can be less irritating and better suited for frequent use.

Wash after wearing hair accessories ( Helmet/Hat) 

Hats, helmets, scarves, and headbands can spread oils and trap heat. Always remember to quick wash you’re after you undo the hat hair or helmets. Or use head accessories till your next wash.

Rinse Properly

Always be careful while washing your hair. Simple, Don’t Rush! Spend an extra minute or two making sure you have all of the shampoo and conditioner out of your hair. This can make a big difference in how your hair looks and feels.

Moreover, products that are left behind can coat your hair, making it look and feel dirty and itchy.

Be Gentle:

Whether you’re washing, brushing, styling, or scratching your head, it’s important to be extra gentle. Irritating your scalp can actually overstimulate it and cause your oil glands to produce even more oil.

Be gentle

Use Clean Brush

Remember! A dirty brush has no place with freshly washed hair. Your brush can be full of styling products, and oil.

Always make sure you clean up your styling tools with a bit of shampoo or gentle soap to strip off the buildup from time to time.

Likewise, clean out all of the loose hair after each brushing to keep your brush free of oil and dirt.

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