You may have never thought of this possibility but it’s true—your hair can actually be the monster behind your acne. Greasy hair, dandruff-ridden hair or even certain hairstyles—they can all be the reason behind your facial acne. So if you’ve been breaking out all of a sudden and don’t know what’s causing it, this guide might just help you find a solution…
Blame your bangs
 

Blame your bangs

If you have oily hair and bangs, that’s where your downfall lies. Oily hair and disturbed skin go hand-in-hand. That’s not all, bangs will also make your forehead sweat a lot more. Also know that your bangs are obviously touching your forehead that’s already seeing signs of acne. So give your forehead a break if you’ve been breaking out in that area a bit too much and pin up your bangs.

Is it the dandruff?
 

Is it the dandruff?

When you have a flaky scalp, there is an obvious chance of the flakes spilling onto your skin. Plus, remember that these flakes get mixed with the dirt and grime in your scalp and can easily rub against your skin while you flip your hair or even brush it. So make sure you treat your dandruff before anything else. For that, rely on the Ayush Anti Dandruff Neem Shampoo and Conditioner. The neem in this range gentle cleanses your hair and prevents dandruff while the Rosemary Tailam in it lends your hair nourishment.

You forgot to shower after a workout
 

You forgot to shower after a workout

Sweat clogs your pores and you should know that especially the ones around your hairline can easily cause breakouts. So make sure you rinse your hair with a mild shampoo right after your workout. Allowing your sweat to settle into your pores means acne on your scalp and on your face!

Are you using too much heat styling?
 

Are you using too much heat styling?

We know you’re always in a rush and would rather blow dry your hair than step into office. But do you know how doing this every single day can actually lead to facial acne? Blow drying can dry out your scalp and when that happens, your scalp starts producing extra oil to compensate. This hair touches your skin and boom—acne!

Say no to too many hairstyling products
 

Say no to too many hairstyling products

Hairstyling products might be meant strictly for the hair but when they trickle and come in contact with your face, they can easily cause acne. This is because hair styling products are rather oily and can easily clog your pores. So make sure you restrict the usage of hairstyling products as much as possible.