Have An Oily Scalp? Here’s An Effective Treatment In Singapore

In this article, we will explain how would you know you have an oily scalp as well as measures to prevent it, including the suitable shampoos to use as well as oily scalp hair treatment. 🙂 Last of all, see our clients review and testimonials on their websites… Read on to find out more!

1.    What does having an oily scalp mean?

2.    What implications does that mean?

3.    What do you do for an oily scalp?

4.    How do you know if you have an oily scalp?

5.    What are the benefits of a scalp treatment for oily scalp?

6.    Is scalp treatment necessary?

7.    What are the benefits of a Scalp treatment?

8.    What shampoo should I use for an oily scalp?

1. What does having an oily scalp mean?

Oily scalp is the condition where the sebaceous gland produces excess oil. Sebaceous glands can be found on in all areas of the skin except two places, the palms and soles of your feet. Sebaceous glands are either connected to your hair follicles or exist independently. As you have guessed it, the sebaceous glands causing you oily scalp are those connected to your hair follicles. Many websites also give explanations on oily scalp but to be honest, a simple hair scan will show you what this means:

hair scan showing very oily scalp bee choo ladies
Hair Scan showing very oily scalp – Credits Bee Choo Ladies
Hair Scan showing slightly oily scalp - Credits Bee Choo Ladies
Hair Scan showing slightly oily scalp – Credits Bee Choo Ladies
Hair Scan showing normal scalp - Credits Bee Choo Ladies
Hair Scan showing normal scalp – Credits Bee Choo Ladies


2. What implications does that mean?

If you have oily scalp, this will lead to irritation, itchiness (ultimately may lead to itchy scalp), greasy hair and, possibly, even hair loss if left untreated for too long! Excess oiliness leads to clogged hair pores, this causes unhealthy hair growth; hair growing out of clogged pores are usually thinner than normal hairs. In addition, the itchiness can lead to scratching which could damage the hair follicles and even introduce harmful bacteria to the scalp if finger nails are not clean (which usually aren’t!).

Oily scalp could also lead to dandruff, albeit a different type from having dry scalp.

Dandruff caused by oiliness (yellow) vs Dandruff called by Dryness (white)

The dandruff flakes caused by excess oiliness is usually larger than its counterpart. Dandruff can be quite embarrassing and could affect the confidence of an individual.

3. Especially in Southeast Asia humid countries

Oily scalp is a common condition here in Southeast Asian Countries due to the hot and humid weather.

From our customer survey, 24% of our customers come for treatment because of oily scalp!

The humid and hot weather tend to cause sebaceous glands to go into overdrive, producing more oil than the scalp needs. Plus, perspiration from the head also causes the perspiration to accumulate in the scalp, again, encouraging more oil production, leading to oily scalp.

4. What do you do for an oily scalp?

If you have oily scalp, you should use a suitable shampoo, one that clears out the oil. You will find that there are shampoos that caters specifically for each hair condition, i.e. Dandruff, damaged hair, oily scalp, dry scalp, etc. Go for the one suitable for oily scalp, this should be shampoos with pH Values ranging from 5.5 to 6.8. Shampoo and wash daily if necessary. Ensure that you thoroughly wash your scalp and be sure to rinse-out the shampoo thoroughly after washing. Also, if you use conditioner, apply only it on your hair ends and not onto the scalp.

If that is not enough, get a hair tonic that is suitable for oily scalp condition. This is additional care for your scalp that you can do to keep the grease away!

Of course, the most simple and effective solution is to get a hair treatment with Bee Choo Ladies. The herbal treatment service rebalances the scalp condition and provides the scalp with essential nutrients that the scalp needs to keep the sebaceous glands in check. Quick google search will also bring you to many more expensive treatments that claims to be effective for oily scalp. So make your decision wisely, both to save money and to give your hair non-chemical treatment.

5. How do you know if you have an oily scalp? Come to us for a free hair scan on weekdays

Example of hair scan by Bee Choo Origin
Example of hair scan by Bee Choo Origin

The best way to tell the condition of your scalp is just to get a hair scan! At Bee Choo Ladies, we offer complimentary hair scans during our off peak periods which are 10-5pm weekdays.

A hair scan will quickly show you your scalp condition and the therapists will be able to advise you on the best products suitable for you as well as minor lifestyle tweaks that you can make to help get your scalp back into health as quickly as possible.

6. What are the benefits of a scalp treatment for oily scalp?

Bee Choo’s herbal treatment rebalances the scalp condition. Immediately after the first herbal treatment, your scalp will feel fresh and clean. This effect will last 1 week or even longer. If you are suffering from oily scalp, our therapist will likely recommend you either the Purity Scalp Shampoo or the Ginger Lime Shampoo (suitable for short hair).
Coming for regular treatment and using hair products suitable for oily scalp can help get rid of the excess grease, leaving your scalp squeaky clean and refreshed.

7. Is scalp treatment necessary?

This question is similar to asking if it necessary to exercise? Well, most people don’t and most of them go out of shape. Those lucky ones with good genes can still stay relatively in shape even if they do not exercise. Some unlucky ones, continue to put on weight even though they could be eating healthy and exercising regularly.

Taking care of your scalp is similar. Although we take the health of our scalp for granted much more often than not. If your hair is important to you, and you want to maintain your hairs as you age, then scalp treatment is necessary. If hair is not at all important to your image and outlook, then it is not necessary. After all, some men rather shave and grow a beard.

8. What are the benefits of a Scalp treatment?

Other than the most obvious benefit which is to improve the health of your scalp so as to combat and prevent common hair issues such as: Hair loss, oily scalp, dandruff, sensitive scalp and white hair. Scalp treatment is also very relaxing and helps you get away (temporarily) from the stresses of this world. Also, post treatment, your scalp will feel less irritable and fresh.

9. What shampoo should I use for an oily scalp?

If you are suffering from oily scalp, you should avoid chemical treatments such as: hair colouring, rebonding, perming etc, this is because the chemicals contained in the treatment can irritate your sebaceous glands and even damage it.

Also, you should also avoid shampoo for dry and damaged hair, because it is in such shampoos nature to encourage more oil production for people who have dry scalp. If you google, you might find articles recommending many types of shampoo like this, do take caution and check the ingredients used in the shampoo.

In addition, when using conditioner, do not apply the condition on your scalp but only to the  hair ends, this is because hair conditioner contains silicone oil, also known as Dimethicone, Dimethicone is difficult to remove, especially if it gets stuck in the hair pores. Hence, for those with oily scalp and dry hair ends, it is better to use a normal shampoo and conditioner separately rather than a 2-in-1 conditioning shampoo. Other hair products such as wax, hair gel, hair spray should be avoided if possible as they contain chemicals which can clog the hair pores causing further oiliness.

10. If you have time and care for your scalp, find us for herbal hair treatment – affordable and effective (see our clients testimonials)

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Read about Dee’s journey on defeating Dandruff with us here: http://adeecodedlife.com/2018/10/eliminating-dandruff-with-bee-choo-origin-ladies.html

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