Winters can be harsh on hair. Due to the lower temperature, hair concerns such as hair dryness, flaky scalp and hairfall become common problems. And winter hair care routine goes far behind just your hair care products. During winters our hair tends to lack moisture and hair becomes dry. Dry hair is prone to breakage and hairfall. This is when your hair needs more attention. Instead of going for expensive oils and shampoos, it is advisable to use oils that are natural and chemical free.
Don’t Worry! Unique Herbal formulation of Everlove Hair Care is for your rescue to reestablish dampness and to take extra care for your hair.
Below are a few tips on how to take care of your winter hair outside your normal hair care routine.
Massage your scalp while oiling: Hair oil acts as a replenishing agent and promotes hair growth by nourishing your hair. During winters hair is prone to become dry, and massaging simultaneously helps to retain the lost moisture. Massaging oil in the scalp also enhances blood circulation and strenghtens roots. Hair massaging has multiple benefits, it releases stress, alleviates mood and soothes capillaries and nerves. Scalp massage is a natural remedy to reduce the frequency of chronic headaches. Selecting the right oil for massage is important too. Baali’s Ayurvedic is perfect for hair oiling and massaging. The blend of 22 Active herbs, 9 Essential oil & 3 Vegetable oil ensures complete repair of damaged hair by supplying essential nutrients to your hair follicles. Regular massaging can protect your hair from breakage and further damage to help them grow stronger, thicker and healthier.
Moisturise Scalp with hair oil: The cold and dry air of winter damages your scalp making it dry. Hairfall, itchy scalp and dandruff are common winter associated problems. As per ancient ayurvedic science, you should oil your hair regularly especially during winters. Regularly oiling plays a vital role in moisturising your hair deeply making it healthier and stronger. Choosing a lightweight hair oil will instantly revatilise dry, damaged hair.
Have a protein rich diet: The cold weather and long nights increases the temptation of spicy and hot foods. Healthy hair with healthy food promotes faster hair growth. Eat a well balanced diet consisting of fresh green fruits and vegetables, milk and milk products to promote hair growth. Carrots, eggs, almonds, sweet potatoes, avocados and seeds are some of the hair-friendly foods.
Use natural hair care products: Using chemicals on a daily basis damages natural properties of your hair. To retain the natural quality of your hair and to have healthy hair it is necessary to use natural products, Chemical-free products. Everlove-Baali products are Formulated with Natural Ingredients and potent Ayurvedic herbs help retain the natural and healthier quality of your hair. Opting for products that do not contain harsh chemicals, will provide your hair with the nutrients needed for healthier growth and shine.
Avoid frequent hair washes: Washing your hair on a regular basis during winters makes your hair dry and frizzy. Over washing your hair during winters will strip out natural oils which keeps your hair moisturised and protected. Try extending the time between your washing. You can also use shampoos that can help you regain moisture. Also during winters, dandruff is at an all-time high with visible white flakes, dry scalp, irritation and itchiness. The herbal properties in Baali Herbal Shampoo Dandruff care not only helps remove dandruff but also keep your hair smooth, moisturised and well-nourished, thus maintaining overall hair health.
Don’t step out with wet hair:Wet hair is more at risk of damage than dry hair. Walking outside during winters makes your hair frizzy and static. When the moisture level in hair drops, your hair tends to become dry and brittle. It is better to blow dry your hair befor stepping out in order to prevent any hair dmages.
Just like your skin, your hair needs extra protection during winters. Follow the above basic tips and flaunt your hair this winter.
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