Dry, dull and brittle, this is how our hair often looks after winter. Harsh weather conditions and hiding our hair under warm hats make our hair strands more vulnerable and micro-damaged. The beginning of spring is a great time to take care of your hair. You do not have to spend a lot of money on professional hair salon treatments, it turns out that home remedies can be equally effective. Natural rinses and rubs can be used regularly and will give your hair a beautiful shine. Here are some ways to improve the condition of your hair after the winter months
If you haven’t started your hair oil adventure yet, now is the perfect time to give it a try. The use of oils gives even very dry hair a natural shine and vigor. It is important to know that oil does not moisturize the hair but rather locks in the moisture. The type of oil should be adjusted according to the porosity of your hair. Here is a guide on how to estimate the porosity level of your hair.
The scalp, like other areas of the body, needs to be cleansed from time to time. For this purpose, it is advisable to scrub your scalp no more than once a week. The aim is to get rid of excessive sebum and dead skin. This cleansing of the hair follicles makes your hair grow better and means that you do not have to worry about greasy hair as often
It turns out that nighttime is a great time to take care of the condition of our hair and actually without our active participation. “Sleeping mask” is a kind of Asian care, which is a form of mask applied at night. Thanks to a special cap, all strands are subjected to the action of a therapeutic preparation. Sleeping in a plastic cap may not be the most pleasant experience, but the effects are definitely worth it. After several treatments, your hair is perfectly nourished, moisturized, and therefore beautifully styled. You can do this treatment with your favorite hair mask and a shower cap
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