My daughter is only 15 years old. She has thin, very oily that falls out like crazy. Vinegar helps but she can't got to school because of the strong scent. What can I do to help her?

A number of people do see hair as being a very important part of an individual’s aesthetic appeal. While this is certainly one of the hairs traits, it is easy to forget the fact that the hair is also considered to be one of the best barometers used to gauge the overall medical condition of the body. As a result, the condition of an individual’s hair will rest significantly on the kind of nutrition, medication as well as overall care that the individual provides his or her body. Excessively oily hair is most often seen as a problem because of the fact that it makes the hair harder to manage. However, it may not necessarily be the the root cause of problems such as the formation of acne on the scalp due to the increased likelihood of blockage in the area. Hereditary is one of the most common causes of oily hair while, frequently changing hormonal levels within the body are equally likely to blame.

The market is flooded with various hair care products from shampoos to conditioners to gels that all promise to increase the aesthetics of your hair. It is necessary however to be very careful while choosing your product as most of these products are known to cause more harm than benefits. This is primarily because of the fact that different chemical combinations tend to react differently not only with different textures of the hair, but also with the skin. Selecting your hair product could cause a lot of damage to your already fragile hair as choosing the right product would mean using them to check what suits best. To prevent this from happening you could use some home remedies to help cope with your situation. Tea tree oil is highly regarded for the benefits it provides in stripping off any excess oils. Besides this tea tree oil is also known in helping the body to fight off bacteria and dandruff. Chamomile is not only very efficient when dealing with removal of excess oil, but also helps significantly with the intensity and shine of the hair. However, it should not be used on color treated hair unless you would want to lighten the hair color. The use of rosemary oil is another very effective method of keeping the oil content of your scalp in check. A gentle head massage would also help solve the problem and provide for better hair growth.

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