Sweaty Scalp Care Tips: Get Rid Of A Sweaty Scalp With These Simple Home Remedies

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Jun 22, 2020

Sweating is common in summers, whether it’s your body or your scalp. Sweat in your scalp for a long time can lead to hair fall, but with some home remedies, we can restrict. Hence, for the same, you don’t have to go anywhere and shell any money. This video talks about the various ways to get rid of the sweaty scalp. Some takeaways from the video are listed below:

  • Hair Mask: To get rid of itchy and oily scalp, you can use a homemade hair mask. Wear this mask at least twice a week in summers. By mixing egg and yoghurt, you can prepare a mask. Secondly, by mixing coconut water and lemon juice, you can also prepare a mask.
  • Oil Massage: It improves blood circulation and hydrates your scalp. It also stops the sweat. Apply oil twice a week for healthy hair and sweat-free hair.
  • Peppermint Oil: It softens and moisturises our hair along with removing sweat from the scalp. Take two spoons of peppermint oil and mix it with your shampoo or conditioner.
  • Apple Cider Vinegar: It is a natural cleanser, which removes the dirt particle from our scalp. For the same, take two portions of apple cider vinegar and add three parts of water, and mix them. Apply it on your scalp then wash it with cold water.

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