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Hair care in winter

Postby Angelina David » Fri Dec 07, 2012 6:52 am

Dry scalp, dandruff, split ends, and falling hair are frequent hair and scalp complaints in winter. These can be avoided by adequate care.

1. Avoid over-washing your hair in winter. Hair tends to become dry faster in winter and this adds to the problems of hair fall and breakage.
2. Avoid use of hot blow dryers, curling irons or straightening irons as they tend to damage hair faster.
3. Wrapping a towel around hair after washing can reduce hair dryer time and protect your hair.
4. Avoid all chemical hair treatments, such as perming, straightening and coloring,in the winter months.
5. Use conditioners generously and remember to use a leave-in conditioner before going outdoors.
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Re: Hair care in winter

Postby Neenu » Sat Dec 15, 2012 4:37 am

1.During winters, wash your hair periodically. Always use a dry hair protective shampoo and conditioner.
2.At least once a week, pamper your hair with a treatment that will provide them with a lot of moisture and seal the hair surface with conditioning oils.
3.Hair straighteners and curlers and the hot air from hair dryers are hard on hair and rid it of all its moisture. Never heat-style your hair, without the benefit of hair protection (a serum). In winters, air-dry your hair as often as possible.
4.Scalp massages improve the blood flow to the scalp and stimulate the sebum secretion.
5.Washing hair with excessively hot water strips it of all its natural substances. Set the water temperature between tepid and moderately warm. As a finishing touch, rinse the longer part of your hair with cool water. This will make your hair smooth and shiny.
6.Try not to style your hair with hair sprays, foam setting products, gels and other products that contain alcohol, as they have a tendency to dry out your hair.
7.Inspect your hair care tools regularly. Haphazardly manufactured combs and brushes will damage the scalp and further disturb the natural smooth surface of hair.
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