Setting it up is pretty simple, you just need to answer two questions: How often do you need to wash your head? What does greasy or dry hair look like?

Normal hair

Normal hair, which does not grease in 3 to 4 days but retains its shine and elasticity, is simply a gift of nature that should be enjoyed and protected. Normal hair does not require special care, but that does not mean that it can be handled carelessly.

This hair needs a good shampoo and conditioner, a daily massage with a soft brush, and the tips should be trimmed once a month.

Dry hair

If the sebaceous glands in the scalp do not release enough fat, the hair becomes dry and brittle, breaking. Dry dandruff can occur.

This can be easily handled with effort. It is worth remembering that with age, sebaceous gland activity weakens, so if you do not take care of dry scalp in time, dry seborrhea - a disorder that begins to noticeably thinning hair on the scalp.

If your hair is dry and brittle, try to balance your food. Vitamins A and F are particularly needed.

Vegetable oils, seeds, and nuts need to be consumed more. Of fruits and vegetables are especially useful persimmons, oranges, carrots, pumpkins, cabbage.

Dry and brittle hair should not be rinsed with acidic solutions, such as water with lemon juice or apple vinegar.
Useful oil and egg yolk masks, with a little vitamin A, added to them
Everything that dries the scalp should be avoided: soap, hard water, chemical combs, frequent hair coloring.

Dry hair is damaged by salt or chlorinated water, sudden changes in temperature, wind, frequent drying by the hairdryer. Do not wash such hair with very hot water.

Greasy hair

Already the day after washing your head, and sometimes in the evening of the same day, especially if you are wearing a hat, your hair loses its frizziness, begins to shine more, and sticks together.

In most cases, if your hair gets greasy quickly, your complexion is also oily. This means that the sebaceous glands release more fat than they should.

The hair type is directly related to skin type. If your complexion is oily, your hair will not be dry. Only after ruthless cosmetic experiments can the hair become dry and brittle.

But the scalp will still be oily!
The causes of sebaceous gland dysfunction are complex, involving alterations in the function of the nervous and endocrine systems, metabolic disorders, malnutrition, and constipation.

The sebaceous glands are thought to be very active when the body produces too much testosterone, a male hormone. Changing the situation requires a balanced diet.

Consume less carbohydrates, limit the amount of floury, sweet, fatty meals. Eat more plant foods rich in vitamins and fiber.

It is important to properly care for quickly oily hair.
The head should be washed as follows: rinse hair with water for 2-3 minutes before applying shampoo.

Oily hair should be washed every three days, because the more often you wash, the more active the sebaceous glands.

Use remedies for oily hair. Rinse your hair after washing with a decoction of medicinal herbs.

Mixed hair

Occasionally, the scalp is oily and the tips of the hair dry. The head has to be washed frequently, which results in even more dry hair.

This problem is faced by women who often use a hairdryer and dye their hair regularly. Initially, their hair was oily.

If the hair is mixed, the scalp should be rubbed with greasy hair and the nibs should be lubricated from time to time with nourishing agents such as burdock oil.

Choosing the right care products is especially important for this type of hair.

Apply balm or hair mask only on the ends of the hair, do not apply on the roots.

Damaged hair

Branched hair tips that resemble a brush. Such hair is frizzy, difficult to comb, some of the hair remains in the comb, and at the same time, healthy hair is removed.

The tips of the hair branch out because of the unfavorable state of the whole body, when the hair follicles are malfunctioning. Perhaps there are disorders of the vascular system.

Pay attention to your health. And cut off the tips of the hair.

Bumps on the hair. A thickening resembles nodules on the hair. Looking through the microscope, you can see the hair split along the length.

Hair often breaks through these nodules. This happens when the hair rancidity process is impaired.

The cause may be incorrect care: frequent twisting, pulling of hair, use of some chemicals. Needs a short haircut and good care.

If you still have nodules after two months, consult your doctor.

Author's Bio: 

I’m Dane Urcue. I’m would like to introduce a completely new approach to medical care.In the same way, mentors work with their athletes to promote fitness, there is now a way for physicians to play an intricate role in the improvement of our patients’ health. My purpose is to help people become the healthiest versions of themselves using movement, nutrition, and a whole-body approach to medical care. In doing so, we can work together to prevent sickness before it happens.