Deep cleansing for oily hair
Whether it's due to normal or excessive sebum production, the perception of oily hair is that the hair quickly becomes sticky, is difficult to comb and that hairstyles don't last as long.
Why do I have an oily scalp?
Your scalp is naturally a little oily. This is because the sebaceous glands continuously release sebum that spreads over your scalp. By combing your hair, brushing it, touching it with your hands, and sleeping on a pillow, the talc is spread through your hair, making your hair oilier.
How do I prevent greasy hair?
Use a shampoo that reduces excessive sebum production or limits its distribution over the hair. In a normal condition of the scalp, the sebum reaches its normal level within 2 to 3 days after a wash.
Am I using too much product?
Some waxes contain a lot of fat. It is important that these are properly removed at the end of the day. This prevents the scalp from getting any air and unnecessary product remains. Wash hair with the 1922 By J.M. Keune Deep Cleansing shampoo to remove all product residue from the hair!