Secret of Girls
Search
 
 

Oily Hair: Our Recipes For Masks To Make At Home

 

Just like you make face masks, it's important to pamper your hair. Even more so if your hair is oily. It is therefore important to regulate this excess of sebum, and what could be better than making hair beauty masks yourself.

Oily Hair: Our Recipes For Masks To Make At Home
 

Having oily hair is a hassle on a daily basis. Shampoos follow one another faster than binge-watching a Netflix series, your hair often lacks volume and can look dull. Oily hair is the result of excess sebum produced in too much by the sebaceous glands, which are not just on your face. While this hair nature can hardly be reversed, however, you can use specific shampoos or even hair treatments, such as hair masks, to purify the scalp and prevent your hair from greasing too quickly.

Why do you need to use hair masks?

The mask is an essential product for a good hair routine! Indeed, it allows acting in-depth to help resolve certain hair problems. For oily hair, they make it possible to purify and cleanse the scalp without weighing down the hair fiber. Unlike other masks that will nourish the hair, these are designed so that the texture is rather light. Some homemade masks are to be applied before or after your shampoo and should apply between 10 minutes and an hour, depending on what you put in them. They should not be used more than once a week. Indeed, being composed essentially of purifying ingredients, if you use these masks several times a week, they will attack your scalp which will produce more sebum to protect themselves from this aggression. You will therefore have a totally opposite effect!

What are the preferred ingredients?

Certain families of ingredients are essential to creating effective masks against oily hair. In recipes to make at home, favor natural and organic products, which will retain all their benefits to benefit your hair fiber. A good mask for oily hair should be able to purify the scalp while regulating this excess sebum.

Clay is undoubtedly the essential product in DIY recipes, especially for oily hair. It is very absorbent and will easily remove excess sebum. Green clay is the most recommended, but you can also choose white clay which is also softening. Among the absorbent ingredients, we also find rhassoul or sea salt.

If you tolerate them well, essential oils can be of great help in scenting your masks but also in boosting their effectiveness. Here, we favor purifying, cleansing, and sebum-regulating essential oils. To do this, do not hesitate to decorate your recipes with essential oils of tea tree, ylang-ylang, rosemary verbone, lemon, Atlas cedar, or even true lavender.

To regulate your sebum production, nettle, rosemary, or jojoba vegetable oil are good assets. If your ends are fairly normal to dry, you can incorporate moisturizing and nourishing products into your masks, such as plain yogurt, egg, or aloe vera. These will take care of your length without greasing your scalp.

Recipe 1: A purifying hair mask with green clay and yogurt

Recipe 1: A purifying hair mask with green clay and yogurt | Oily Hair: Our Recipes For Masks To Make At Home
 

Ingredients:

Preparation:

  1. In a bowl, put the green clay and the plain yogurt.
  2. Add the mineral water while mixing until you get a kind of lump free paste.
  3. Apply this mixture all over your hair, from roots to ends, and let it sit for several tens of minutes until it begins to dry.

This recipe is very easy to make. In a bowl, put 2 tablespoons of green clay and some plain yogurt, which will help soften your hair. Add the mineral water while mixing until you get a kind of lump free paste. Apply this mixture all over your hair, from roots to ends, and let it sit for several tens of minutes until it begins to dry slightly. Rinse off directly with lukewarm water.

Recipe 2: A hydrating mask with aloe vera and lavender essential oil

Recipe 2: A hydrating mask with aloe vera and lavender essential oil | Oily Hair: Our Recipes For Masks To Make At Home
 

Ingredients:

Preparation:

  1. Add a few drops of lavender essential oil to your aloe vera gel before applying this mixture to your hair.
  2. Leave on for ten minutes before rinsing.

Aloe vera is a very interesting ingredient for oily hair because it will provide an essential dose of hydration for a healthy scalp and hair. The lavender essential oil will purify the scalp. So, just add 10 drops of lavender essential oil to 3 tablespoons of aloe vera gel before applying this mixture to your hair. Leave on for ten minutes before rinsing.

 

Recipe 3: A sebum-regulating mask with eggs and lemon

Recipe 3: A sebum-regulating mask with eggs and lemon | Oily Hair: Our Recipes For Masks To Make At Home
 

Ingredients:

Preparation:

  1. Once you have whipped your egg, add a little lemon juice.
  2. Leave the mixture on for five to ten minutes before rinsing and shampooing as usual.

Once you have whipped your egg to combine the white and the yolk, add a little lemon juice, preferably organic so that it is free from chemical treatment. Eggs are ideal for nourishing hair without weighing it down, and lemon is a citrus fruit that leaves hair shinier and works against the lime scale in your tap water. It will also absorb excess oil from your scalp. A cocktail that is therefore all the more interesting if your hair is mixed, with oily roots and dry ends. Be careful, however, this mask is to be done on a day when you are not going to leave your home because, with the sun, lemon can lighten your hair. It is then necessary to leave the mixture on for 5 to 10 minutes before rinsing and shampooing as usual.

Recipe 4: A purifying mask with tea tree essential oil and jojoba oil

Recipe 4: A purifying mask with tea tree essential oil and jojoba oil | Oily Hair: Our Recipes For Masks To Make At Home
 

Ingredients:

Preparation:

  1. Add tea tree essential oil to jojoba oil and apply it all to your scalp.
  2. Leave on for an hour, protecting your hair with a towel or a charlotte.
  3. Once this hour has passed, rinse your hair and shampoo.

No, jojoba oil will not grease the hair, but on the contrary, will regulate the sebum. Combined with the purifying properties of tea tree essential oil, this mask is a perfect combo to get rid of oily hair. To do this, add 6 drops of tea tree essential oil to two tablespoons of jojoba oil and then apply it all to your scalp. Leave on for an hour, protecting your hair with a towel or a charlotte. Once this hour has passed, rinse your hair and shampoo.

Recipe 5: a soothing mask with rhassoul and tea tree hydrosol

Recipe 5: a soothing mask with rhassoul and tea tree hydrosol | Oily Hair: Our Recipes For Masks To Make At Home
 

Ingredients:

Preparation:

  1. Add all the ingredients to a bowl and mix until you get a rather creamy paste.
  2. After moistening your hair, spread this paste on the scalp, massaging your roots so that the ingredients can activate.
  3. After twenty minutes of exposure, rinse everything.

Add 60 g of rhassoul, 20 ml of tea tree hydrosol, and 50 ml of water in a bowl and mix until you get a rather creamy paste. After moistening your hair, spread this paste on the scalp, massaging your roots so that the ingredients can activate. After twenty minutes of exposure, rinse everything. With rhassoul which is a cleansing powder, this mask also serves as a shampoo.

 
 
 
 
SEND:
 
 
 
 
Orhan
 
31.05.2021
 
19
 
 
 
Comments
 
 
There is no comment on this content. Make the first comment..
 
 
 
 
 
 
WARNING: The informations on our site are by no means a substitute for doctor's advice.
 
Secret of Girls © 2021 All Rights Reserved..
 
Orhan DEMİRCİ
 
⚠ We use cookies on our website to enhance your browsing experience. You can read how we use cookies on our PRIVACY POLICY OK!