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03:35  12 march  2018
03:35  12 march  2018 Source:   yourtango.com

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So why does it happen, and how often should you wash to keep the grease at bay? The root of the issue. Here's Why Most of Us Stop Discovering New Music After 30, According to Science .

Well, thanks to science we have now solved the hair equation. There are multiple factors that come into play when it comes to learning how to properly treat your hair . If your skin's on the oily side, some people think you should wash it more often .

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And how often should you wash to keep the grease at bay and your hair as healthy as possible? The root of the issue. Coarse or curly hair slows down sebum's spread, so if you have hair like this you may only need to shampoo once a week, according to the experts at Columbia.

Finding the right balance between washdays and no-wash days is hard when it comes to hair. If you wash too much, you risk drying it out; if you take too long in-between washes, then your hair's an oily mess. Oh, and let's not forget to account for the fact that everyone's hair is different so the answer is almost never black and white.

Well, thanks to science we have now solved the hair equation.

There are multiple factors that come into play when it comes to learning how to properly treat your hair. Three things that should be considered when creating a washing regimen include: skin type, hair texture, and how you typically style it.

1. Skin Type

If your skin's in between oily and dry then you should be washing your hair only once or twice a week, according to Columbia University. If your skin's on the oily side, some people think you should wash it more often. You shouldn't. However, wash it everyday.

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Ever wondered 'Why does my hair get greasy, and how often should I wash it?' If your skin and hair are anywhere from normal (not super oily and not super dry) to dry, you probably only need to wash it once or twice a week, according to a Columbia University health column.

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2. Hair Texture

According to Columbia University, different hair textures require different treatment. If your hair is on the coarse or curly side, then it doesn't get very oily since it's harder for oil to travel down your hair strands. These textures only command shampooing once a week. However, if your hair is fine and straight then you should shampoo twice a week or more.

3. How You Style It

No matter what your hair is like, the rules drastically differ depending on how you style it. If your hair is processed or damaged, then go easy on it. Don't shampoo it as much, dermatologist Paradi Mirmirani, tells Business Insider. Listen to what your hair is saying.

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So why does it happen, and how often should you wash to keep the grease at bay and your hair as healthy as possible? The root of the issue. If your skin and hair are anywhere from normal (not super oily and not super dry) to dry, you probably only need to wash it once or twice a week, according to

How often you should wash your hair depends on quite a few factors. The basic answer, according to Seattle-based integrative dermatologist Elizabeth Hughes, is that you should wash it once it’s oily and feels unclean to the touch.

Yes, hair TALKS, ladies! You just have to learn how to communicate properly with you your locks. But once you have it down, it'll be a breeze.

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