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Use ingredients from your fridge to help combat oily hair!

Grease lightnin’, please sit down

There’s nothing worse than an oily scalp. Especially if you’re booked & busy with no time or patience to spare. Sure, dry shampoo can mask the appearance of oily roots, but not for long! At the end of the day, you’re left with greasy hair that sticks to your forehead like a frog on a windshield, and roots that look like they’ve been drenched in oil. Not the best ~lewk~ if you ask us, but hey. To each their own.

If you’re willing to do something about this minor inconvenience (because let’s be real, there are worse things to have in life than oily hair), read along to see how you can keep this problem at bay. And no, you will not need to purchase an expensive treatment that leaves a dent in your bank account; in fact, this DIY mixture can be made with ingredients you may (or may not) already have in your home!

Let’s get started!

Here is what you need:

Mix it all up, apply it to your scalp, and let it sit for 10 minutes. Once the time’s up, wash it off.

There, it’s that simple! Do this every 15 days or twice a month for maximum results.


You can continue nourishing your hair with a great keratin treatment mask, which allows for maximum absorption of moisture toward your ends (the part of your hair that needs the most love and care).