HOW TO KEEP TO KEEP YOUR HAIR MOISTURIZED

Many things can cause dry hair like the changing weather, over washing, over-styling, color treatments, your hair type, or just a naturally dry scalp, to name a few things. Luckily, plenty of easy home remedies can rehydrate your hair in no time.

See below how you can keep your hair moisturized.

                         

  • Use Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner

Look for gentle hydrating ingredients like aloe vera or argan oil. Use hydrating shampoo and moisturizing conditioner that are specifically designed to moisturize and nourish your hair type. Pick products containing avocado, almond, argan, olive, monoi, coconut, aloe vera, shea butter, or apricot kernel oils, and avoid anything with sulfates (which strip away moisture)

  • When you look for shampoos, note that most products designed to hydrate dry hair will be creamy rather than clear.
  • Layer your conditioners if you have thick, coarse hair. Use a rich conditioner in the shower, then apply a moisturizing leave-in spray.
  • Deep moisturizing products are most helpful if you have curly, thick, or mature hair. If you have fine hair, use lighter products designed for thin hair and only moisturize the ends with conditioner.
  • Rinse Your with Cold Water

Hot water tends to strip your hair of natural oils when you shower. The next time you wash your hair, try turning on cold water before thoroughly rinsing it. It might take a little adjustment if you’re used to hot showers, but heat even hot water dehydrates hair. On the other hand, cold water seals in moisture and closes the pores on your scalp, preventing dirt from accumulating

  • Use dry Shampoo But Avoid Frequent Wash

Too much washing strips your hair of natural oils, resulting in dry hair. If you usually wash your hair daily, start waiting for a day or two between shampoos. On “off” days, apply a dry shampoo to refresh your hair and stop it from getting too oily too soon. Spray it close to your roots (and scalp), where hair tends to be greasiest.

  • Apply Hair Serum After Wash

Hair serum both moisturizes and protects your hair while reducing frizz. Put on the serum while your hair is still damp (but not dripping wet) after shampooing and conditioning in the shower. Warm up the hair serum in your hands for a few seconds, then work it into your hair, starting at the ends and going up to the middle of each strand. Your hair will feel shiny and smooth!

  • Don’t apply serum too close to the roots of your hair or scalp; it might make your hair look too greasy.
  • You can also add a dab of serum to dry, styled strands of hair to give it some extra luster.
  • Moisturize Daily with Leave-in Conditioner

Hair serum both moisturizes and protects your hair while reducing frizz. put on the serum while your hair is still damp (but not dripping wet) after shampooing and conditioning in the shower. Warm up the hair serum in your hands for a few seconds, then work it into your hair, starting at the ends and going up to the middle of each strand. Your hair will feel shiny and smooth!

  • Don’t apply serum too close to the roots of your hair or scalp; it might make your hair look too greasy.
  • You can also add a dab of serum to dry, styled strands of hair to give it some extra luster.
  • Use Moisturising Oil 2-3 Times Weekly

Oils can smooth out and rehydrate the dry ends of your hair. Squeeze a few drops of almonds argan or olive oil for hair and rub it gently onto the ends of your hair. Then, run a brush through your hair in each spot where you applied the oil to work it thoroughly into each strand.

  • If you have frizzy hair, you can rub the oil into the full length of your hair to smooth it out. Stay away from your scalp if possible—it already has naturally-made oils.
  • If you have curly, dry hair, doing weekly oil treatment can also really help.
  • Choose Coconut oil

Coconut oil has moisturizing properties that keep your hair soft and silky. Fill a plastic squeeze bottle with liquid coconut oil, then squeeze the oil directly onto your scalp. Use your fingertips to massage the oil into your scalp and the hair closest to your scalp, and let it sit like that for 1 hour. This will immediately add moisture to your hair.

  • After an hour, rince coconut oil out of your hair with a mild shampoo, followed by a conditioner. You can give your hair this natural DIY moisturizing treatment 1 to 2 times each week.
  • Coconut oil works best for anyone with fine to medium-texture hair. Anyone with thick or coarse hair is better off using argan oil.
  • Do a Deep Moisture Treatment Hair Mask Bi-Monthly

Hair masks preserve your hair health while adding moisture and shine. Apply your favorite deep treatment with mask to wet hair. Once your hair is completely coated in the hair mask, put on a shower cap and let the treatment sit for 30 minutes. Rinse out the hair mask with warm water and let your hair dry as usual.

  • If you have deeply damaged hair whether from heat, coloring, or something else a hair mask can also repair a great deal of damage and improve the quality of your hair.

For your proper moisture treatment and hair care, kindly visit our salon at shop G11, Landmark Boulevard, Water Corporation Drive. Lagos, (https://maps.app.goo.gl/y7Qbhkn2wQ2zgYaT6?g_st=iwb).

Or place a call to 0909 810 1010 to book an appointment.

We hope you find this useful.

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