8 ideas on how to wash your hair less frequently

8 ideas on how to wash your hair less frequently

You wash your hair, and the next day it looks unclean again. Well, don’t worry, with these tips you won’t need to wash your hair that often.

Here are some great ideas to help you wake up with clean, gorgeous hair!

Use boiling water


Instead of using regular tap water, which can be too hard, try rinsing your hair with boiling water. The temperature should be around 38°C.

Comb your hair less often 


When we constantly touch our hair or brush it often, it gets dirty faster. Try to brush your hair 2-3 times a day less often and use a comb instead of a regular paddle brush.

Use shampoo without SLS


Use shampoos that do not contain SLS. These products are less lather, but are great at removing dirt and oil from your hair.

Head peeling


Use a homemade scrub to remove dead cells and tough dirt. Exfoliating the skin of the head also strengthens the follicles and stimulates hair growth.

Minimize the use of hair products


Using hair products such as hair oils or detangling sprays can make your hair feel dirtier and heavier. Carefully consider measures to avoid this. Hair oils should be used once or twice a week, while sprays can be used as needed but in small amounts.

Use hair styling tools on low heat


Hair dryers, curling irons, or straighteners can also get hair dirty. Higher temperatures cause the sebaceous glands to produce more secretions to protect the skin. That is why it is important to use styling tools at 150°C -180°C.

Protect your hair from cold and heat


Always wear a hat in winter and summer. The freezing cold and heat make your skin produce lipids for protection. This results in greasy hair roots and dirty, brittle hair ends.

Change the pillowcase often


The pillowcase absorbs the oils you use on your hair and skin. This makes it a good breeding ground for bacteria, which can make your hair dirty. The pillowcase should be changed once or twice a week.

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