|Klorane Shampoo with Nettle*|
Thankfully I seem to have found the product that really helps and it's a shampoo made with nettles; I have used a few products from Klorane before (their Mango conditioner (Link) & dry shampoo (Link) are both excellent) and the shampoo for oily hair didn't let me down. It smells like pouring a mojito over your hair (it's a good thing) which is so refreshing in the shower as i'm so used to using sickly smelling things and being more of a savoury person this is a lovely change. Of course smelling like a cocktail isn't the only thing I like about the nettle shampoo, it cleanses the hair without drying it out in the slightest which is surprising for a product designed for oily scalps.
Once you're out of the shower and you take your hair out of your towel you scalp feels really cool (I'm talking temperature) which is a very strange sensation that I've never experienced from a shampoo which I'm attributing to the nettles, the main effect this has on my hair and scalp is that it prolongs the time between washes, without dry shampoo I could wash my hair at night and by the next morning it would look limp and slightly oily cue the spritzing of dry shampoo, with the Klorane shampoo I can wash my hair at night and not need any dry shampoo until the next evening which means I can have two days of my hair down and one day in a bun so instead of washing my hair every other day I can wash it every three days.
At £5.10 (Link, On offer usually £6.00) from Escentual.com this is going to remain in my staple hair care for a long time to come as it is incredibly effective and doesn't break the bank.
How do you keep your oily scalp's at bay?