Five ways to repair hair damage

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7th June, 2019 04:37:37 printer

Five ways to repair hair damage


When looking for hair care and you have specific problems you want to address, like hair damage, dryness, tangles or split ends, it can be hard to figure out what active ingredients you need to use. There are so many new serums, moisturizers, toners, and cleansers out there claiming to have ingredients that will give you shining ,attractive, party or picture-ready hair.

So here we are, to give you the tried and tested ways to take you to repair recovery of any kind of hair damage.

Deep Cleaning

Deep cleaning your hair should be your best friend if you want to get rid of damage. Shampoo, conditioners and even the water you use to cleanse your hair can make it look loose and dead, and also cause split ends and a frail texture. So, deep cleaning your hair is the initial stride in repairing damage and enhancing hair texture.Use a decent clarifying shampoo to get rid of product buildup, hard water roughness. Try doing cleaning twice a week.

Protect Your Hair from Sun Damage

Sun damage is one of the biggest perpetrators of hair damage, rough hair, and weak ends. If you are not guarding your hair against the sun’s UV rays, now is the time to start this regime. Protect it with using a UV protective shampoo and condition and post that use an intense hydrating mask to help your hair avoid further damage. Try covering your hair with a scarf or cap for better results.

Indulge Yourself in a Hot Oil Treatment

Hot oil treatments are the best form of cures to infuse some shine and moisture in your dull hair. They are super simple to do and can be right at home. You can apply your favorite hair oil preferably coconut oil to clean, towel-dried hair. Do heat the oil and leave it for 10-15 minutes. Rinse out with cool water and shampoo for the best outcomes.

Frequently Trim Your Split Ends

Trimming your hair is the key to brighter and smoother hair. Split ends prevent the hair from breathing and can congest the hair. Book an appointment after every 2 months for regular trims. Your stylist can simply “dust” the ends to keep your hair well, strong and un-frayed. Also, to avoid split ends in the first place, keep your hair in place with revitalizing shampoos, conditioners and masks.