Sticky hair in monsoon – Wellness

Diana J. Smith


Sticky hair

Week Hair

Healthy and shiny hair is every girl’s dream. Especially in monsoon season and humid weather, it becomes difficult to manage hair and maintain its softness and shine. The hair becomes rough, frizzy and dry and you can face hair fall too. So you need to take special care of your hair in this season. So lets us have a look at how to take extra care of your hair in rainy weather. Here are a few tips like Vitamins to reduce hair fall or some more tips.


Well, sticky hair in monsoon avoid the exposure of rainy water to your hair as this water is not good for your hair. This water contains toxins that can damage your hair. Try to cover your hair at least in case you are drenched.



In case your hair gets wet to try to wash it with a mild shampoo. These days a lot of sulfur-free shampoos are available in the market. Choose the shampoos according to your hair texture and sensitivity. Then use conditioner too to make hair soft. This will reduce breakage.


Well, the clear scalp is the key to healthy hair. Try to keep your scalp clean by washing your hair twice or thrice in a week. I won’t suggest washing the hair daily as hair become weak in this season. Clean scalp saves your hair from a lot of bacterial infections and other unusual hair conditions such as lice in the hair too. In humid weather its a big task to keep the scalp clean.


hot oil treatment

Sticky hair in monsoon, Don’t underestimate the power of oil to your hair. Use hot oil at least twice a week for hair. You can use coconut oil, olive oil, castor oil or any oil of your choice. Personally, I am using black castor Jamaican hair oil for me. It’s magical. It’s thick inconsistency. So, in addition, you can add some other oil like coconut oil or olive oil in that. You can keep the oil overnight. Or if you don’t have time you keep the oil overnight you can keep it for 3-4 hours and then wash it off with mild shampoo. Hot towel therapy also you can use. Soak a towel in hot water. Put it on your hair after washing. Let it be for half an hour. Then dry the hair.


Prefer using more herbal things to hair like henna, lemon, yogurt, egg, methi seeds, etc. Avoid the use of chemicals. In the rainy season, the hair becomes lifeless and weak too. Avoid doing experiments too. I am winding up here with a quick hair spray for hair which I am sure will sure tackle your hair fall problem.

Boil 2 glasses of water in a pan. Add some tea leaves.U can add tea bags too. Let it boil for 5 minutes. Let it cool down. Squeeze a lemon in it. Put it in a spray bottle. Or you can apply with the help of a cotton ball. Apply it on your scalp. Let it be like that for 20 -30 minutes. Then wash it off with cold water. For conditioning, you can use aloe vera gel. It gives natural shine and smoothness to hair.

I hope these tips are going to help you in this manage hair in monsoon weather. Besides, don’t forget to take a good diet which is key to healthy hair. I remember supplements too which I used to repeat once in a year for excessive hair fall these days. (BETA SCLEROBIN+VITAMIN C+VITAMIN E).You can also get it from any drugstore if you facing a lot of problems.

Thanks so much for reading the article. I will soon catch you up with more interesting topics. Have a nice day.

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