Feed your hair
“To withstand rain and wind and keep hair strong, hair strands need plenty of nourishment. And that with a moisturizing shampoo and an intense hair mask. Apply the mask to towel-dried hair, comb through the lengths and ends and leave on for five to seven minutes. Repeat once or twice a week. Be sure to vary the use of conditioner and mask. A mask has a more nourishing function and will fill the hair, a conditioner, on the other hand, closes the hair cuticles and protects against bad external influences. Styling is done with a daily dose of argan oil which protects the hair. Argan oil is rich in vitamin E and is an antioxidant, the oil helps retain moisture and gives hair more shine and nutrition.
“Hydration is crucial for healthy hair. You can recognize unhealthy hair when it looks dry, has less shine, and has lots of split ends. Avoid bad sulfates (these are salts made to lather in shampoos) and harmful silicones that coat the hair.
Take care of your scalp
“ The problem of unhealthy hair often originates in the scalp. Apply a mask to the roots once a week. Use fortifying clay and essential oils or an intense mask to reset your hair. In the evening, massage the scalp with a few drops of Oily Scalp Care to stimulate hair growth and relax the skin. The product contains ginger, which ensures regular sebum production and provides a feeling of freshness.
“Brushing is essential to detangle your hair. It also eliminates falling hair and stimulates hair growth. Start by brushing the ends and gradually work your way up to the roots. This way you will gently detangle the hair and prevent it from breaking. Brush hair for 6 minutes before going to bed. Tie your long locks into a loose sleeping braid, this way you’ll avoid unnecessary friction and your hair will lay better the next morning. A satin pillowcase is also a good option to avoid chafing.
Avoid hot tools
“Hair is exposed to cold, wind and humidity on a daily basis during the winter months. Add heat from a hair dryer or curling iron and it gives you extremely dry hair. Avoid hair dryers at least once a week and let your hair air dry whenever possible. If you need to blow-dry your hair, always use a protective mist beforehand.
For more hair advice, take a look at: “7 tips to fight hair loss”, “What are the benefits of aloe vera for skin and hair?” or even “Tested for you: the sebum cure to restore pep to your hair”.
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