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routine. If you’re scrubbing your hair every night, you might want to change it
up to every other day. Washing your hair to frequently can encourage the
sebaceous glands on your scalp to produce even more oil. Another factor? Your conditioner. Ditch
leave-ins that can make your hair limp and oily and try conditioning only the
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POSTED IN puberty, hair problems, oily hair
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