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Tired of greasy hair and an oily scalp? We’ve got the tips you need for getting rid of and preventing greasy hair.

Reducing the amount of grease in your hair isn’t as hard as you think. And, with a little help, it’s just as easy to make sure the problem doesn’t come back.

Let’s look at some methods for doing just that:

Deep clean

Before you start tackling greasy hair, it’s good to remember where that grease is coming from.

Because it’s not your hair itself that’s producing the grease – rather, it’s the natural oils that your scalp produces.

So your first step is to make sure you’re cleaning deeply your scalp as you wash your hair.

You’ll want a deep cleansing shampoo. There are many shampoo choices when it comes to getting rid of and preventing greasy hair, including variants that also tackle symptoms of dandruff.

While using this product, you’ll also want to make sure you really work them into your scalp. Doing so gives these greasy hair products the best chance to do their work on your scalp.

Wash enough

For most people, it’s fine to wash hair about three times a week.

But if you suffer from a greasy scalp, you may want to consider doing so more frequently.

Formulas like Head & Shoulders are gentle enough to use every day, if your hair needs it.

Pick the right conditioner

You might think that it’s best to avoid conditioner entirely if you’ve got greasy hair – after all, surely conditioner’s moisturizing effect will just make things worse!

This isn’t actually the case.

A better idea is to pick a light-weight conditioner, something that will soften your hair without making it greasy. Using conditioner helps keep every hair fiber protected from damage and looking great.


Style right

Heat styling is convenient, but often damaging to hair.

Not only does it frequently result in split ends, it also can melt the oils on your scalp, making it easier for these oils to run down the length of your hair and give it an oily look.

Going easy on the hair straightener and other hot styling tools avoids this issue, and it’s actually just plain better for your hair.

Following these simple tips will keep your hair in tip-top condition and stop that greasy look from coming back.

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