How to Get Fragrant Hair
Sun and pollution
Heading to work or school on a daily commute? UV sun rays, dust, and smoke don’t do good, hairkada! These may clog your hair follicles and make your hair sticky and smelly by the minute—even during the early hours of the day. You think that’s all? It gets worse...
The smell of various food flavors may be good for your lunch cravings, but the cafeteria is a melting pot of oh so many of these. The smell of sisig, grilled chicken barbecue, or salmon sinigang may be good for the appetite, but not on your hair even a few hours after you’re done eating! And to top it off?
Stress and exercise
Unlike experiencing stress, sweating it out in the gym or even at home can make you feel good and all pumped up. But do you know that both activities have almost the same effect on your scalp? It’s the production of excess sebum that can make your hair limp and oily!