Let’s see what are the most frequent anomalies of the hair and scalp
Oily hair and oily scalp
If you have hair that gets dirty and oiled very fast even after a day of washing, it means that your scalp is also oily. In this case, your scalp produces an excessive amount of sebum, which is deposited at the base of the hair and makes it greasy and dirty. In addition, a scalp of this type can also have an oily dandruff, reason of great aesthetic discomfort for many people.
Dry hair and dry scalp
Dry hair (often also delicate), can break, be brittle and have split ends. If you have itching and you notice a slight flaking on the scalp, you are dealing with a dry scalp. From the dry scalp can also arise the seborrheic dermatitis, which also causes a burning sensation and pain to the scalp itself.
Frizzy hair is a very common feauture both in men and women. It is usually thought to be a common feauture of curly-haired people but it’s not like that. The frizz effect is often a consequence of a too aggressive treatment on the hair and in the long run will make it more fragile, rough and dull.
In this case we have a thin hair without volume; for this reason it tends not to maintain the desired style and returns to its original state on a very short time. This effect is due to a weakening in the life cycle of the hair.
This type of a scalp can be recognized not for a particular visible anomalies (seborrheic dermatitis or dry dandruff), buti t can be recognized because it can cause both pain on touching (the “pulling” effect), and itching and burning. Therefore, in this case it is good to look for the causes in the diet, in possible medications, in hormonal changes or, as often happens, in stress.
To conclude, it is necessary to always pay attention to the products you choose; learning to know what kind of hair and scalp you have, can make it healthier and better looking.