As a pioneer in the world of organic cosmetics, Druide offers products dedicated to your well-being and respect for nature. We develop formulas that focus on specific needs and target specific problems.
One such problem is oily scalp, which requires an adapted care routine. Shampoo and treatments must be moisturizing for the lengths but also absorbent to regulate excess sebum at the roots.
Choose to treat oily scalp in a sustainable way by opting for an adapted care routine.
Druide What is the cause of an oily scalp?
Hair that needs to be washed daily, that becomes flat only 2 hours after shampooing or roots that are oily even after washing? All these signs demonstrate that your scalp is unbalanced.
Sebum is a complex element that our skin needs to be protected from external aggressions, it also plays an essential role in the skin ecosystem. However, sebum production can be disrupted, such as hyperseborrhea, that is, excessive production that gives an oily skin.
Several factors can explain excess sebum: taking certain medications, a diet that is too rich, emotional stress, heredity, but also the use of inappropriate products. Furthermore, when the scalp is oily, we tend to multiply shampoos and habituate the hair to this rhythm: we thus enter a vicious circle that prevents proper regulation of sebum.
Druide What care routine to treat oily scalp?
To act on an oily scalp, it is important to rely on a shampoo that can act differently on the roots and lengths. Indeed, it is essential to maintain good hydration of the lengths while absorbing excess sebum at the roots. Also, Druide laboratories have developed the organic shampoo for oily hair.
In addition to using a specific shampoo, it is also important to adopt a care routine that includes a treatment mask for the lengths, as well as a scalp treatment to regulate sebum production. The treatment mask will provide hydration and nutrition to the lengths without weighing them down, while the scalp treatment will target the roots to regulate sebum production.
It is also important to space out washes to allow the scalp to regulate itself and to avoid over-drying the lengths. Instead, opt for a dry shampoo in between washes to refresh the hair and absorb excess sebum.
Finally, a healthy diet and managing stress levels can also help regulate sebum production and maintain a healthy scalp.
In summary, adopting a specific care routine that includes a suitable shampoo, treatment mask, scalp treatment, and dry shampoo, spacing out washes, maintaining a healthy diet and managing stress levels can help in treating oily scalp.