SOS hair: the actions to adopt for healthy hair
There are many things to do to take care of damaged hair. After the summer, they may have seen it in all its colours: the sea, the chlorinated water of the swimming pool, the sun, the heat, the sand… We rarely think of taking care of it when we go on vacation. So, if the damage is done and you return from your stay with dry and damaged tipshere are our recommendations:
- Take appointment at the hairdresser. Yes, if they are really dead, a good haircut can only do them good!
- Take a shampoo rhythm. When we bathe every day, we wash our hair every day, and by eliminating the natural sebum that our scalp needs to protect itself from external aggressions, we don’t really do it any good. In the same way that you will find a rhythm of sleep, start to space out your shampoos as much as possible. We recommend two washes a week but it’s up to you to gauge what you need.
- Invest in good products. As for our skin, it is essential to pay attention to what we put on our hair, already badly damaged by our sunny holidays.
Pre-shampoo care: why is it important to do it regularly?
During your next shampoo, give yourself a moment of relaxation by carrying out a perfect haircare routine. We’ll start this one with a pre-shampoo treatment, to choose according to your needs. After the sun, the sand, the sea, our scalp may have been sensitized. We therefore recommend a moisturizing scrub to gently exfoliate dead cells and relieve the latter.
Moisturizing Cream Scrub
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Hair care N°3 Hair Perfector
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Shampoos, conditioners, masks… The saviors of our mane
It’s no secret that shampoos and other treatments that you apply in the shower are the key to healthy hair. On already sensitive hair, it is recommended to pay particular attention when choosing its products. The must of the must? Vegan products, without sulphates or parabens, found at Maria Nila.
Structure Repair Shampoo
Structure Repair Conditioner
A brand that we tested (and definitely validated), Christopher Robin also offers products without silicones or parabens. For those who want to buy a ready-made routine, there are even packs in the form of rituals. Ultra simple, just follow the shampoo, mask, mist procedure. heart for the moisturizing ritual with aloe vera which invigorates the scalp and dry hair.
Still in our favorite Parisian brand, we no longer swear by the regenerating mask with prickly pear oil. Iconic product of the brand, it is composed of 97% of natural origin and takes care of dry and damaged hair while reducing split ends. To try it is to adopt it !
How to take care of your hair after the shower?
You thought it was over? Nay! You left your hair abandoned, it’s time to pamper it. To start styling them, we suggest you brush them out of the shower, but be careful, not with just any comb lying around. In order to detangle your wet mane (when it is most sensitive, by the way), we invest in a brush The Wet Detangler. Its goal ? Detangle wet hair, effortlessly and without pulling to minimize breakage.
The Wet Detangler Hairbrush
For the choice of treatment that you will apply as the last step of your routine, several options are available to you: a styling base thermo-protective if you plan to use your hair dryer, a leave-in conditioner to protect against breakage or a anti frizz oil to shine while nourishing your lengths. Watchword ? Hydrate!
Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil Thermo-Protective Styling Primer
Bumble and Bumble
Damage Remedy Daily Repair Treatment
Brazilian Glossy Anti-Frizz Nourishing Hair Oil
Sol de Janeiro
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