Little white flakes or scabs of varying size on clothes and in your hair that detract from your appearance.
What do you notice ?
Just a few hours after shampooing your hair, you already have the feeling that it is less clean. Its deep colour and shiny, oily appearance makes it look wet or dirty. Sections of hair stick to each other; your hair seems heavy and dull and looks like a helmet on your head. Oily at the roots can be on the other hand, often dry and are crying out for products able to adapt to a twofold, diametrically opposed concern.
Did you know ?
A delicate approach
Oily hair is the result of an overproduction of sebum (contains lipids) by the sebaceous glands. The reasons for this excess may be hormonal or linked to medication or tiredness. Excess oil then travels along the hair fibre. The hair appears even more dirty because sebum traps and retains dust and impurities present in the surrounding air.
What you should do
What you should avoid
- Overly harsh all-in-one shower gel/shampoo.
- Caps and hats encourage scalp perspiration and thus sebum. They should be washed frequently to protect against a build up of dirt and impurities.
- Do not apply repairing hair care to your roots if only the ends are damaged. Instead, tailor the application of your hair care to specific areas of your hair where it is required.
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