Oily Hair Scalp Treatment

Oily Hair scalp treatment refers to the various methods and products used to address excessive oil production on the scalp. An oily scalp occurs when the sebaceous glands produce an excess amount of sebum, the natural oil that helps keep the hair and scalp moisturized. However, when sebum production becomes excessive, it can lead to various issues such as greasy hair, dandruff, and discomfort.

Carbonated spring is actually a natural hot spring, with its main component being carbon dioxide. The penetration of carbonic acid into the skin is 25 times that of oxygen. When it penetrates into the blood vessels, it can eliminate excess carbon dioxide, increase the oxygen content in the scalp, and achieve oxygenation.
Furthermore, carbonated spring can soften the sebum and deep-seated dirt in the pores, thoroughly removing impurities through the adsorption power of tiny bubbles. It also helps eliminate odors and harmful substances that cause scalp itching.
Carbonated spring can make the scalp slightly acidic, as a weakly acidic pH value is considered the healthiest state for the scalp.
After bleaching or dyeing, using carbonated spring can neutralize the residual hair dye on the scalp, effectively removing lingering chemicals and reducing damage to the scalp. When combined with the nourishing and oxygenating effect of a specific volumizing and hair-care essential oil, it can nourish the hair and condition the scalp, improving the condition of scalp oiliness. Paired with a high-definition original solution, it provides hydration to the scalp, effectively reducing dandruff.

Features & Benefits

Greasy Appearance
Excess oil on the scalp can make the hair appear greasy and unwashed, which can affect one's overall appearance and self-confidence.

Uncomfortable Sensation
An oily scalp can feel uncomfortable, itchy, and even sticky, leading to a sensation of discomfort throughout the day.

Dandruff and Flaking
Excess oil on the scalp can contribute to the development of dandruff and flaky skin, leading to visible white flakes on the hair and clothing.

Hair Volume and Texture
Oily hair tends to stick together, leading to a lack of volume and a flat, limp appearance.

Hair Styling Challenges
Excessive oiliness can make it difficult to style the hair, as products may not hold well due to the slick texture.

Hygiene and Cleanliness
Individuals may seek oily scalp treatment to maintain good scalp hygiene and overall cleanliness.

Odor Management
Excess oil on the scalp can sometimes lead to an unpleasant odor, making individuals self-conscious about their hair's smell.

Health of the Scalp
A balanced scalp is essential for healthy hair growth. Treating excess oil can contribute to a healthier scalp environment.

Prevention of Infections
An overly oily scalp can create a breeding ground for bacteria and fungi, potentially leading to scalp infections.

Personal Comfort
Oily scalp treatment can contribute to an overall sense of comfort and well-being, helping individuals feel fresher and more confident.

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