Tips For Healthy Hair

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our hair can make or ruin your day. Everyone has a bad hair day once in a while. To ensure that these episodes don’t become a daily mishap, one needs to take good care of that mop of shining hair on your crown. The perfect smooth hair that you’ve always craved for is yours for the taking. You just need to keep the following rules in mind.

Warm Wash – The first step towards perfect hair starts with proper hair washing. Avoid excessively hot temperatures when you shower. Hot water robs the scalp of its natural oils that keep hair lubricated. Instead, stick to warm water and use a gentle shampoo containing natural ingredients whenever possible. Cheap shampoos may contain harsh detergents that can strip your scalp of its natural oils. Ideally, unless you have excessively oily hair, wash your hair thrice a week only.

Style it Right – The tools and products that you use can have a huge impact on your hair’s health. When hair is wet, it is in a vulnerable state and is prone to break easily. Use a wide toothed comb instead of a brush to comb your hair. Also, avoid using styling products with excessively high levels of alcohol, as is common in cheap, store-bought hair gels. A higher quality styling product will most likely contain more hair-friendly and moisturizing ingredients.

Hot Oil – Hot oil treatment provides better conditioning for your hair. If you are suffering from dry scalp condition, doctors advice hot oil treatment as the best solution for your problem.

Pat it Dry – Towel drying is one of the main causes of damage to men’s hair. When hair is wet, it is highly susceptible to damage and breaking. When hair is rubbed with a towel, some of the hairs become tangled in the threads of the towel and become stretched to the breaking point, causing damage to the cuticle, frizziness, and split ends. To properly towel dry, you need to shake out the excess water and stroke your hair in the direction it grows, rather than rubbing the hair with the towel. Excessive blow-drying can dry out the hair and scalp.

Say NO to Chemicals – Repeatedly coloring or perming your hair can leave it damaged, dry, and dull. Avoid at-home chemical products and seek a good stylist for such services. Results from a trained professional will almost always look more natural than those that can be produced at home on your own.

Trim it – The only real way to remove damaged hair is to cut off the damaged section. Keeping your hair trimmed regularly will help to eliminate split ends. Even if you are growing your hair out, make sure to get it trimmed about every six weeks.

Healthy U, Healthy Hair – The condition of your hair reflect the overall health of your body. For a healthier scalp and great looking hair, you need to eat well, exercise, drink plenty of water, get enough sleep, and reduce stress in your life. Living well and staying healthy will increase the rate of hair growth and bestow with you that shiny mop of hair that you have always wanted to flaunt.

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