Just Natural Shampoo + Conditioner Review | Oily Scalp, Dry Ends

 

Do you need a shampoo for greasy roots and dry ends?

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You’re probably looking to find a solution for your oily scalp and dry hair, but it’s not as simple as just grabbing a ‘shampoo for greasy roots and dry ends’. These are two completely separate problems.

Having a naturally oily scalp can be a pain in the bum. It’s most likely the reason your hair is dry. It makes you want to wash your hair just about every day because the oils come back so soon, but this is a terrible idea.

Why?

When you excessively wash your hair, your pores produces extra sebum (natural oils) to keep your scalp safe from over-drying. Washing your hair too much also causes the ends to get dried out. So what you get from trying to have a cleaner scalp is an OILY scalp and DRY hair. What the heck man.

If you buy a moisturizing shampoo because of your dry brittle ends, it will cause your scalp to be oily right out of the shower. If you only use a shampoo for drying your roots, your ends will be left stuck in the desert –all dried out.

Well, what do I use then?

You’re going to need certain products in the shower to control your problem: A specific shampoo formulated for your oily scalp, plus a conditioner focused on your dry ends.

 

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The shampoo for your oily scalp:

Shampoo for Greasy Roots and Dry Ends

Product: Oily Hair Shampoo

Price: $24.99

Size: 16 oz

Where to Buy: Just Natural Hair & Skin Care

 

This Oily Hair Shampoo from Just Natural is a great way to manage your greasy scalp. It is a clarifying sulfate free shampoo with no harsh ingredients that are harmful to your hair. Since it is sulfate free, it’s not going to get your hair all sudsy like a bubble bath but it will definitely have your scalp feeling nice and clean like you want. The shampoos and conditioners from Just Natural are nice and large to last you a while, plus they come with a pump for easy dispensing.

 

Ingredients: Aloe Vera Hydrosol, Nettle Extract, Licorice Root Extract, Lemon Essential Oil, Tea Tree Essential Oil, Jojoba Oil, Lemongrass Essential Oil, Natural cleansers, Camphor Essential Oil, Chamomile Essential Oil, Clary Sage Essential Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Rosemary Essential Oil, Thyme Essential Oil, Cellulose, Vegetable Glycerin, Basil Essential Oil, Glyceryl Caprylate, Guar Gum, Citric Acid, Rice Protein, Panthenol Vitamin B5.

 

How to use: 

Get your hair wet. Give the bottle a few shakes so the ingredients are mixed together well. Depending on how long your hair is, you might need several pumps. Massage the shampoo into your scalp with your finger tips. Leave it on for a few minutes then rinse out. Follow with the conditioner below to take care of your dry ends.

 


 

The conditioner for your dry ends:

Shampoo for Greasy Roots and Dry Ends

Product: Dry Hair Conditioner

Price: $23.99

Size: 16 oz

Where to Buy: Just Natural Hair & Skin Care

 

This Dry Hair Conditioner from Just Natural is the perfect product to pair with Oily Hair Shampoo for greasy roots and dry ends. Its creamy texture and safe ingredients are formulated to moisturize and re-hydrate the most brittle dry hair. It is color-safe and also detangles, strengthens, creates shine and controls frizz while protecting your hair from damage.

 

Ingredients: Aloe Vera Hydrosol, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil, Tucuma Butter, Grapeseed Oil, Flax Seed Oil, Peach Kernel Oil, Olive Oil, Sunflower Seed Wax, Soy Protein, Orange Blossom Essential Oil, Lemongrass Essential Oil, Grapefruit Essential Oil, Vegetable emulsifier, Juniper Berry Essential Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Peppermint Essential Oil, Ylang Ylang Essential Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Caprylyl Glycol, Guar Gum, Citric Acid, Panthenol Vitamin B5.

 

How to use:

After shampooing, apply the conditioner to your mid-shaft and down. Depending on your hair length, you might want to do from your ears down or even start lower if your hair extra long. Gently comb through with a wide tooth comb. If it wont go through your hair, you may need to apply more conditioner. It should be easy to work the comb through your hair. Leave the conditioner on for a few minutes then rinse out.

 


 

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As of August 1st 2016, for any items purchased from Just Natural through the link on this website, GuideToGorgeousHair.com will donate 5% of the proceeds to The Animal Welfare Institute. AWI has a mission to “alleviate the suffering of animals caused by people”. The amount of suffering animals they save is amazing. AWI has been given an A+ rating and is one of the best animal charities out there, using almost every penny towards the cause.

 


 

So now you know that there isn’t a magical shampoo for both greasy roots and dry ends. You will need the oily hair shampoo and the dry hair conditioner. These products are the perfect duo to take care of your problems. Your scalp will be nice and clean while the rest of your hair stays hydrated.

I hope I helped you out! Feel free to leave any questions or comments below.

 

 

10 Comments

10 thoughts on “Just Natural Shampoo + Conditioner Review | Oily Scalp, Dry Ends

  1. Hello!
    I love conditioners for dry ends! I have curly hair so dry ends and dry hair are a nightmare. I will definitely try out the product.

    I don’t have an oily scalp though. I have a very dry scalp and I have tried a couple different shampoos and still nothing works. Do you know of any good products for dry scalp?

    Thanks!

    • Olive,

      The links on this page take you to the Just Natural website. There is a whole section for dry hair and dry scalp products. What would be good for you is the Dry Hair Shampoo + The Dry Hair Conditioner!

  2. It’s quite bothersome I think if you encounter a natural oily scalp. I never had such problem before so I can’t say much about it.

    The factor when getting a shampoo is the presence of pump dispenser. It’s easier and you don’t need to open up the cap which I think it’s quite annoying.

    I know this question sounds silly but I am just going to shoot. Is it agreeable to say guys use less conditioner than girls because of the hair length in general?

    • Tar,

      I agree with you. Having a pump is important and convenient. All Just Natural shampoos and conditioners come with a pump for easy dispensing.

      For your question, the answer is yes. It would be safe to say that some guys don’t know what conditioner is, let alone use it.

  3. I didn’t know that washing your hair can lead to more oiling f your scalp.But it actually makes sense.

    There was a friend of mine who washed his hair daily and i could see his hair oily all the time. It was a good information to know. There are many good products that you have listed. I think you have a good site on hair care. Keep up the good work!!

    • Tyler,

      Thanks for complimenting my website.

      Now you can give advice to people who don’t know that washing their hair daily isn’t a good idea.

  4. Greasy roots and dry ends is definitely my hair ^^ lol. I’m glad I stumbled upon your article !!
    I will try that shampoo out. Do you have any tips or recipe for a home made conditioner?? like avocado or eggs or honey.. what are the best ingredients for greasy roots and dry ends? And at what frequency should I use a hair mask?
    Thanks!
    Cheers
    Sarah

    • Sarah,

      I really recommend trying out the conditioner in this article. The shampoo and conditioner here work amazing together. After you try this, you won’t want to purchase any other kind.

      If you really want to try an easy homemade conditioner, you can use this coconut oil. Just apply a tiny amount and work it into your ends as you would for normal conditioner, leave it in for a few minutes and thoroughly wash out.

      You never want to put any kind of moisturizing products/oils anywhere near your scalp if you naturally have greasy roots.

      Hair masks for dry hair can be used whenever you feel like you need a mega hydration boost. It could be every 2 weeks, could be monthly, or every couple months. It really depends.

      If you wanted a ‘hair mask’ for your scalp, I think of this Clarifying Shampoo. You only use it when you feel is very necessary (biweekly, monthly, bimonthly but it really cleans your roots of oils.

  5. Dear Gina.

    Thank you for the great advice. Just one question. I have very fat hair, is some shampoo you recommend for it?

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