Does excess sebum in the roots lead to hard life? A day has passed since your last shampoo and your juma is already a disaster? How can this be remedied? Instead of washing your hair every day, it’s better to try to space your shampoos out. An impossible task, you say? Here are 3 ideas for homemade masks for oily hair to succeed slowly! Also, some recipes are so perfect for the face.
Our ideas for masks for oily hair to make at home this summer
Being lazy or not having time to wash and dry your hair can happen to anyone. We admit it! A proper hairstyle, a few pschitts of dry shampoo and voila! But what to do when our hair gets oily after just 1 day? The kind you do every Sunday, a spirulina face mask, waxing or body scrub? Why not take advantage of the weekend to take care of your jusa too? After a sebum cure or hair detox, there’s nothing like preparing a homemade, natural mask for oily hair! Here are 3 recipes to try this summer!
Masks for oily hair with green/white clay
From fruits to dairy products, through essential oils and vegetables, your kitchen is full of natural and beneficial products to pamper your jusa. The most important thing is the exposure time. To get the most out of your homemade oily clay mask, it’s crucial to stick to the recommended time of 30 minutes. Also note: OEs are strongly discouraged for pregnant or lactating women.
- 3 tablespoons of green or white clay
- 10 drops of rosemary/grapefruit/lemon EO
- Warm water
Mix the three ingredients together until you get a very fluid paste. Apply a thick layer to oily scalp, massaging gently, then spread over the lengths. Avoid them if they are dry. Then leave it on for 30 minutes and rinse. This mask can replace your shampoo. Simply massage the clay into the lengths while washing.
Finish the treatment with a final shine wash based on 300 ml of water and two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. You can also add some ponytail, nettle or burdock powder.
Oily hair mask with aloe vera
- 1 tablespoon aloe vera gel
- 1 tablespoon of wheat germ oil
- 2 tablespoons of white clay
- 5-8 drops bigarade small grain essential oil
In a bowl, pour the aloe vera gel, wheat germ vegetable oil and small grain essential oil. Then add the white clay and mix until you get a homogeneous texture. Attention: metallic utensils should be avoided. They can alter the virtues of clay. Apply the home treatment with a brush or with the help of your fingers only on the scalp. Leave on for half an hour before rinsing with warm water. Finish by washing your usual. Store the mask in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
Mask for oily hair with baking soda
Baking soda for oily hair, how to use it? In the form of a hair mask, of course! It’s no secret that baking soda is endowed with a thousand and one virtues for beauty. Combined with honey, you can use it to prepare a homemade mask to treat oily hair. Just mix the following ingredients until you get a paste.
- 2 tbsp bicarbonate
- 1 tablespoon of honey
Then treat yourself to a small ten-minute head massage and rinse. This paste will absorb excess sebum on the scalp and make your ju mané shinier. For a moisturizing effect, mix honey with some yogurt and aloe gel. Leave the mask on for 30 minutes and rinse with a light shampoo. Now it’s up to you our ideas for easy hairstyles for oily hair!