Tricks To Help You Avoid Washing Your Hair Very Often!

Washing your hair more than it’s necessary damages your hair in ways you cannot even imagine. The sebum that is responsible for hair looking rather greasy, is also protecting the skin of your head, while the glands that are responsible for producing sebum are activated when you wash your hair and are thus motivated to produce even more sebum, which leads to another wash. It is a very dangerous and vicious circle!

Remember this the next time you are thinking about washing your hair. Also, keep in mind the fact that there are some tricks that will help keep your hair clean for a longer period of time.

  1. Watch out for what you are having for dinner! Food is very important to your body, and it responds back to the food you are feeding it. To make sure your hair stays clean more, forget all about fat and fried products. Replace them with fruits and vegetables, dairy products as well as lean meat and nuts.
  2. Dry shampoo. Dry shampoo is your best friend when you want to skip a wash. Still, do not exaggerate and use it for one day only!
  3. Do not neglect the power of hair accessories if you want to hide the marks of hair that needs a wash. Invest in a headband that will look good and save you every now and then.
  4. Watch out water temperature! Use warm and lukewarm water to wash your hair. Hot water increases the sebum quantity that is produced by the glands. You should also avoid using a hair dryer for the same reasons. Let your hair dry up naturally.
  5. Put your hair in a ponytail before going to bed. This way you will avoid your hair brushing against your pillow and getting greasy really fast.
  6. Change your hairstyle. Switching up your hairstyle every now and then has a refreshing effect on your hair!
  7. Wash your hair brush! Keep in mind the fact that a lot of grease along with hair products get stuck in your hairbrush. Was it to avoid getting your hair dirty while brushing it.

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