Unfortunately, frequent washing, which has become a habit for many of us, deprives the scalp of its own protective abilities, and often it starts to produce only more sebum in response, peel off and deliver tangible suffering. If this happens, then deliberately take a break: wash your hair more seldom, temporarily refuse hot styling, and wait for the reaction. As a rule, in cases where your troubles are due to excessively thorough cleansing, within two to four weeks of such a patient approach, the skin will return to normal itself. The drier the skin and hair, the less often it is necessary to clean them.
Is frequent washing bad for my hair?