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Anoop Hair Oil
Don't know: Get adequate sleep, avoid excess sugar & fat, v carbonated drinks, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Insure you have adequate Iron (like kale & other dark green leafies), Omega 3 fatty acids (like walnuts), vit. E (fruits & veggies), D & B vitamins, biotin & zinc. Avoid sulfates & formaldehyde in shampoos, excessive blow dry heat & curling irons. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Strangely: Enough - not using harsh shampoos that strip the hair of normal oils can actually help if you have a lot of scalp oil production. When the scalp is repeatedly stripped of oils - it goes into overdrive with oil production. Take care. ...Read more
Argan, jojoba oils: While my greek grandmother still swears by olive oil, cosmetologists today use a lot of argan and jojoba oils. After showering, put a few drops in the palms of your hands, then massage in starting at the scalp and working through the full length of your hair, then continue to style as you normally do. Avoid hair products containing alcohol, as they can be drying & damaging to hair & scalp. ...Read more
Every night: Shampoo/wash twice a weekGet a more detailed answer ›
Dandruff?: First of all you need to make sure dandruff is not what is causing your scalp to be dry. If it is dandruff you can use selsum blue shampoo or head and shoulders or something similar. To avoid dryness do not wash it every day, use moisturizing shampoo and conditioner (in the edges of the hair, not much on the scalp). Do not dry your hair too rough with the towel or with a dryer. Eat healthy... ...Read more
Wait4hair2growout: Your question seems more cosmetic than medical but regardless, if your hair isn't responding to available treatments, you'll need to wait for it to grow out. Of course, change in hair could be due to systemic condition such as thyroid disease, so you could ask your Family Doc to evaluate. ...Read more
How can I make my hair really smooth with no frizz at all without having to cut it? Is there any type of specific oil I should use?
Hairdresser: Ask an experienced hairdresser this question - they are more familiar with specific products to decrease hair frizz. Be careful of "brazilian blow-outs" and other products containing formaldehyde, though. Http://prettytoxic. Org/news-media/mediapress/. ...Read more
Why do my hair oil increases just after the 10minutes of washing hair? Nd then decreases on 2nd day 3rd day after washing? Its been 2 years im facing.
How much is it important to oil the hair. Also is it important to oil the hair before washing them. Wht are the effects if hair is washed without oiling?
Not necessary: The oil from the sebaceous glands in the skin are located at the hair follicles, and the oil flows along the hair shaft and out the pores. Since your natural oil is already coating and protecting the hair, why add more, with an artificial oil? ...Read more