The battle between traditional medicine and Western, modern medicine exists even in the field of hair loss treatments. While researchers are trying to find ways to remedy the problem with one drug or a cocktail of chemical compounds, traditional remedies for hair loss have existed for thousands of years. If you’re tired of taking pills and applying topical remedies to your balding areas, perhaps it’s time to visit the age-old medicine chest of traditional remedies.
Conditioner is an important hair product that you should use regularly after you wash your hair with a mild shampoo. Women who have oily hair should not use too much of conditioner instead they can use conditioner on the tips of your hair. Do not use conditioner on your scalp as it may create dandruff and further damages your hair follicles.
When you have more time later on, preferably the same day, before you go to sleep, you can use a mild shampoo to give your black hair the proper cleansing treatment that it needs. Be sure to apply a leave-in conditioner after that to moisturize your hair. For those of you who go for regular exercise trainings, the best that you can provide for your hair care is by investing in hair products that are specifically designed for your active lifestyle.
If you do your own hair, regularly or between visits to the hairdresser, be businesslike about your supplies and equipment. Healthy hair care requires that before you shampoo your hair, for example, you have on hand a plentiful amount of each product you use, whether it is a shampoo brush, cream or liquid shampoo, setting lotion, rinses, lacquer, beer or hair groom. If you cut your own hair, or even snip at your bangs occasionally, see that you use good scissors and that they are sharp.
If you have normal hair, it is essential to wash the hair twice a week with a mild conditioner and shampoo. After washing, towel dry the hair lightly and blow dry it at least five inches apart. For oily hair, washing more often is highly recommended as this will help the hair becomes less oily and cleaner. Do not scrub too hard as well while washing the hair to avoid damaging the hair follicles, which are very delicate when you have oily hair. Lastly, dry hair should be washed twice a week with shampoo and conditioner. Use an anti-dandruff shampoo is you have very flaky and dry hair.
You’ve heard the drill; put oil on your hair to keep it supple and shiny. To an extent, safe oils like mineral oil and essential oils from plants such as lavender and walnut are effective in keeping the hair healthy. If you have extremely dry hair, your sebum production may have been probably affected already. Sebum is the natural oily secretion that’s responsible for keeping the hair shiny. If you’re exposed to immense levels of smoke and toxins on a daily basis, your sebum production may have already weakened.
Use conditioner after wash hair. Conditioner will flat hair cuticles, with the result that your hairstyle seen clearly nice. Else, conditioner will also balance your hair condition. Conditioner is better than shampoo, because it preventing hair from dehydration. That is why the hair usually becomes soft and manageable after conditioning. Be careful on choosing conditioner products. If you have oily hair, choose conditioner that’s made for oily hair.