Natural hair smell is an unpleasant problem for many. Although the smell that the scalp emits is natural, every person is worried about it.
The bad thing is that the hair also absorbs other odors which further worsens its fragrance. Such smells are cigarette smoke, hairspray, conditioner, sweat, the smell of cooking and many more.
An additional problem is bacteria and fungi, which find an environment for growth at the base of the hair. The moisture of the hair and scalp creates a favorable environment for the growth of bacteria, which further contributes to the unpleasant odor emitted by the hair
How to remove this problem?
In a bowl of water, mix vinegar, tea tree oil and a few drops of lavender oil. Pour this solution into a spray bottle and spray at the roots of your hair after a workout or when you feel like you're emitting an unpleasant odor.
Make sure to dry the base of the hair thoroughly with a cotton towel after washing. Damp roots and hair are a prerequisite for the reproduction of bacteria and fungi, which are also the most common cause of dandruff.
They can make your hair smell worse and even interfere with the scent of your perfume. Even if you don't blow dry your hair, it's a good idea to let it air dry completely. Do not tie or style it under any circumstances before it is completely dry.
Don't use too much shampoo
Using too much shampoo when washing leads to an overproduction of sebum, which facilitates the growth of bacteria. Distribute a small amount of shampoo evenly throughout the hair.
With your fingers, apply a thin layer of aloe vera gel to your hair when you feel it emitting an odor. Aloe vera gel effectively combats odor and dryness in hair and scalp.