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Natural body oils are produced from specialized glands called sebaceous glands. They secrete an oily substance called sebrum which helps to lubricate the skin, the hair shafts and scalp. Certain triggers or stimulants like high temperatures or humidity can cause the glands to increase the production of sebrum. Other factors such as family genetics, unhealthy diets, hormonal imbalance or changes, cheap hair products, medications and poor hair hygiene can cause oily hair.
Step 1Use a homemade remedy herbal rinse to treat oily hair. Make a herbal mixture using 2 tbsp. each of dried herbs such as lavender, peppermint, jojoba and yarrow. Place herbal mixture into a muslin bag and boil in a warm teapot by pouring 500 milliliters of boiling water over the mixture. Allow the herbs to infuse for three hours, then strain the liquid portion into a clean container or jar and add 500 milliliters of apple cider vinegar to the mixture. Shake the mixture thoroughly and use as a rinse for oily hair. The herbal rinse helps to get rid of oily hair by removing excess oils
Step 2Using a scalp scrub will help to remove dead cells from the scalp including waxy buildups that might have accumulated on and around the hair shafts. One such product is Bain de Terre's sugar and fig scalp scrub, which is available at most local drugstores or online at Amazon.com. Make your own scalp scrub with natural exfoliates like dark brown sugar, oatmeal or nuts. The Web site Homemade Beauty Recipes cites using a gentle exfoliate such as rice bran powder for removing dirt and absorbing oils from the pores of the skin. This will help to balance the oils in the hair and skin. It is recommended to shampoo the hair before applying the scalp scrub.
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Step 4A well-balanced diet is important for maintaining a healthy body, a strong immune system, and healthy hair and nails. Increasing your consumption of fruits and vegetables, supplements and multivitamins will help to manage the oil production in the scalp and give a shiny luster to the hair. In the March 28, 2005, issue of International Review of Cytology, available online through the U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Lutz Langbein and Jürgen Schweizer state that human hair is made up of protein molecules called keratin. Increasing the diet with high-grade organic plant proteins, such as soy protein, will help to strengthen the hair strands.
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