My hair is oily at the roots and dry at the ends. Why is that?
Answer by Dr Jeet Gore:
The imbalance between your roots and ends can be due to a variety of different factors like nutritional deficiencies, stress and pollution, leading to hyper seborrhoea at the hair roots. To avoid it, you can wash your hair more frequently with mild shampoos having a pH balance. Shampoos that are specifically for greasy scalp will make your hair drier, so if you are using them, make sure you use a hydrating mask on your hair to balance the drying effect of the shampoo.
About Dr Jeet Gore:
Dr Jeet Gore holds a BHMS, PGDEMS degree and is a Senior Consultant – Trichologist at Trica Hair Clinic, Jean Claude Biguine. Want expert advice on haircare? Send us an email at email@example.com
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