How to Achieve Healthier Hair

January 25, 2018

When your hair looks good, you feel good. But when you have problems with your hair, it can really affect your confidence. Let's take a look at some of the most common hair problems many of us face and what you can do to stop these issues in their tracks. Because bad hair days should never stop you from living your life to the fullest.


Heat Damaged Hair
Curling irons, straighteners and blow dryers are hair tools that are used by many of us on a daily basis. These heated tools, although convenient, can cause extensive damage to your hair over time. For starters, you could let your hair air dry or use no-heat curlers. But there are numerous options out there that allow you to style your hair without heat.

Dry Hair
When your hair is dry, it can look drab. It can also cause your hair to be more susceptible to damage. The easiest remedy for dry hair is moisture. There are many hair products for dryness, including hair butter and oils. Another solution is to find a great leave-in conditioner to use after you shampoo.

Dandruff, although common, can be extremely irritating and embarrassing. There are numerous dandruff shampoos and medications on the market. But there are also several items you might have at home that can be used to treat it. Baking soda, tea tree oil and apple cider vinegar are all known home remedies for dandruff.

Hair Growth & Hair Loss
When you suffer from hair loss, it can be really hard to accept. Many people find themselves hiding at home because of the problem. A quick and easy fix could be buying a shampoo for hair growth and thickness. You should ultimately talk to your doctor so you can pinpoint the root cause of the problem. It could be stress or something more serious.

Split Ends
A haircut is always a great way to say goodbye to split ends. Taking folic acid can also help prevent them. And if you blow dry your hair, use a diffuser to prevent further damage from occurring.

Frizzy Hair
Frizzy hair can be a massive source of frustration. The first step is finding the right shampoo. Your shampoo needs to be sulfate free, and it’s even better if it doesn't include glycerin.

We all experience problems with our hair at one time or another, but what matters most is how you deal with them. The tips listed above should be a great start to having healthier hair.

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1 comment :

Christina said...

Good tips! I air dry my hair most of the time, but then I have to use a flat iron so it's not wavy or frizzy looking. I wonder which one is worse. I do use a heat protectant before my flat iron though.