Wash Your Scalps as Frequently as You Do Your Face?

Seema Rai
Seema Rai

Most of us wash our faces twice a day, but many of us do not do the same for our scalps. The reason is that women are sacrificing the health of their scalps for a good hair day due to a combination of lifestyle choices. The desire to preserve a blowout, and a lack of time. Women are under more stress than ever to dress nicely, so they extend their blowout and save time and limit thermal damage.

The connection between the skin and the scalp

The skin on the face and the skin on the scalp are inextricably linked, with the main difference being that the scalp contains more sebaceous glands. Which lubricate the hair shaft and prevent breakage. The scalp deserves the same care as the skin on the face, but it is frequently overlooked.

Until recently, the emphasis was primarily on hair health. However, this is changing as we gain knowledge more about the scalp and how to best care for it. Women are becoming more interested in scalp care. Particularly those who have thinning hair, excessive shedding, breakage, or long-term hair issues. Also read How Your Hair Changes With Age and How to Take Care of It

How frequently should you cleanse?

Keeping the follicles as as clean as possible ensures an optimally functioning scalp. It is critical to cleanse the scalp to remove buildup that can cause itching and other problems. Ignoring scalp health and failing to cleanse it can result in dry, damaged, and brittle strands.

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We don’t all have the same skin on our scalps, just as we don’t all have the same skin types. Do what works best for you. Here’s how to figure out how often to shampoo your hair based on your scalp.

  • If you have oily skin and fine hair that becomes greasy in less than 24 hours, wash daily or every other day to keep your scalp clean.
  • Wash your hair every two days or so if you have a normal scalp and straight hair.
  • Shampoo your hair every three days if you have dry skin and a dry scalp.
  • Cleanse every few days to once a week if you have tough outer, coarse, kinky hair and a normal to dry scalp.

Is it bad to wash your clothes every day?

Simply put, if your scalp and hair require daily washing, it will not ruin your hair. But using the right products is critical. The best shampoos are sulfate- and paraben-free, with naturally nourishing ingredients like coconut oil and water, avocado, olive and argan oils. Another reason to avoid sulfates is that they can increase sebum production.

On the other hand, not washing the scalp frequently enough can result in an invisible accumulation that clogs the follicles and prevents hair growth. Seborrheic dermatitis, a flaky and patchy psoriasis-like condition, can be caused by a lack of regular cleansing.

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