Is your hair still sticky after washing and slightly greasy at the roots? Then too many silicones have built up in your hair. A deep cleansing hair scrub is the only solution now!
Many women observe this phenomenon in themselves: even after intensive washing, the hairline remains sticky and looks unwashed. A really unpleasant feeling that leaves some people in despair if you don't know the cause. The source of the problem lies in the myriad of cleaning and styling products we use every day. Some contain silicones that stick in the hair and make the hair look greasy. What helps now is a deep cleansing hair peeling.
More than half of all shampoos and even ninety percent of all conditioners contain silicones. These make the hair shiny and silky, but also settle in the hair. The so-called "build-up" effect occurs: the layers of silicone are applied to one another. At some point, there is a thick, clearly noticeable layer of silicone molecules on the hair, which can be seen sticky on the hairline.
It is often the case that women use care products with silicone for years and do not notice any negative effects. Nevertheless, it just as often happens that the hair can no longer be washed and cleaned properly after a day on the hair. What helps then is a hair peeling with a deep cleansing shampoo. This frees the hair from the "build-up effect", in which it removes the accumulated silicone layers from your hair thanks to the peeling effect. After a short time, you should notice a difference, and the sticky film will disappear.
The scalp peeling works in a similar way, removing dead skin particles, flakes, and deposits from the scalp through gentle cleansing and thus deeply cleansed and gently cared for.
After washing your hair with a deep cleansing shampoo, you should switch to a silicone-free hair care product. There are different types of silicone, most of which can be recognized by their endings "-cone" and "-xane". In the meantime, however, there are also many shampoos that do not contain any silicone. This is usually stated on the packaging.
Nevertheless, it is always worth taking a look at the ingredients of your shampoo.
Insoluble silk ones in shampoos are particularly stressful for the hair: CetearylMethicone, CetylDimethicone, Cyclomethicone, Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethicone, Dimethiconol, StearylDimethicone, Trimethylsilylamodimethicone.
To free your hair from silicone and give it a good shine and bounce again, you can easily mix a hair peeling yourself at home. You already have many ingredients for such a shampoo peeling at hand and application is child's play.
All you need for this peeling is a little aloe vera gel and brown or white sugar. When washing your hair, use the aloe vera gel as a shampoo substitute and add some of the sugar. After the sugar peeling grains have worked in, you can wash the sugar hair peeling off your hair with lukewarm water.
You can also use salt to create a peeling that will remove the annoying silicone from your hair. To do this, mix around 2 tablespoons of sea salt with 2 tablespoons of olive oil, depending on the length of your hair, massage the peeling mixture into your hair like shampoo and then wash it off thoroughly. After deep cleansing, your hair is freed from all silicone residues.
You can also mix a deep cleansing shampoo with a little lava earth yourself. To do this, mix lava earth with boiling water in a 1: 2 ratio and distribute the liquid mixture in your hair. You shouldn't leave your homemade lava earth shampoo on for too long, as it will be more difficult to wash it out as soon as it starts to dry. The lava earth also works as peeling and lets your hair shine beautifully.