Greasy hair is usually unsightly as it looks greasy and dirty and thick
sometimes they can be smelly, thus being unpleasant to the eye and touch.

Usually greasy hair coincides with an oily scalp and more, Also other areas
Facial skin can be seborrheic like the nose, the chin and the forehead and in this case
you may also find skin with pimples and acne.

Sebum is, as we know, one of the causes of oily dandruff, when produced in excessive amounts,
that is, scabs of greasy scalp that detach from the scalp and end up on your clothes, and that can
also cause sensations of pain and itching.

In this case, products are used to balance the production of sebum or against dandruff, ma
You must always be careful to use them properly so as not to cause other diseases
with an incorrect use or immoderate, how to go from greasy hair to dry hair.

Even before appearing on the scalp, hair is covered in sebum produced by
sebaceous glands directly into the hair follicles. Sebum production is regulated by hormones, diet and also by taking medications, which can change the health status of the
subject; the most important hormone in this case is the androgen hormone, the primary responsibility for
quality and quantity of sebum produced. As mentioned the sebum has the function to balance and stabilize
hydration of the scalp and nourishing the hair to keep it healthy and strong. It goes without saying that excessive sebum production changes the balance of the scalp, leading to anomalies such as
greasy dandruff and in the presence of itching or sensation of pain we can be faced with
seborrheic dermatitis which can degenerate into the state of seborrheic alopecia. But how it impacts the sebum
hair? It should be known that sebum is partly made up of toxins that are produced by our own
organism. It follows that if you are taking medication to treat a disease, toxins in the body
increase and are also excreted through the sebum.

At this point we should divide it into two categories sebum, greasy sebum and oily sebum;  sebum fat is deposited on the scalp so that it becomes fat while in the second case the sebum being more liquid is rubbed into the hair making it oily. This greasy hair anomaly can also be found in individuals who have fine hair, thus also adding to the problem of hair fragility.

But what causes excessive sebum production?

Mainly sebum is directly linked to the genetic and health situation of the subject and therefore
It is managed by hormones, therefore external causes type taking medication, can vary the balance
body and affect sebum production; when the two things, i.e. the internal and external factors of the organism, present themselves at the same time, it becomes more difficult to establish the causes of seborrhea and the treatment to be undertaken.

How to fight seborrhea and greasy hair?

The best thing to do in the presence of oily hair is to use suitable products to the skin and to
hair of the subject, products that are delicate and not too aggressive, wash your hair often so as to
freeing the hair from excessive sebum, use creams for the hygiene of the skin to remove impurities produced
sebum and remember not to dry your hair with hair dryer at temperatures too hot as they facilitate
liquefaction of sebum.
If you do not address the problem of greasy hair by rebalancing the quality of the skin's lubrication
much more serious problems can be created such as evident thinning of hair and hair loss.
A laser treatment is also advisable in this situation as it promotes circulation
blood of the scalp and hair.