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Which hair treatment is best for you?
As the colder months approach us, everyone’s hair needs a little TLC. With so many products on the market, it’s hard to know which ones will do your hair good. Using the wrong produce can do your mane an injustice – for example, using an anti-grease remedy on thin hair can actually make your hair get greasy more quickly. Whether your locks are prone to frizz, grease or dandruff, it’s vital to get the right product for your hair – keeping it smooth, sleek and gorgeous in the winter months.
If you’re prone to itching and irritation, it’s especially important for you to pick the right hair treatment. Using a product rich in coconut oil is known to be helpful for skin conditions such as eczema and is a wonderful natural emollient for dry skin. Other herbal oils such as evening primrose oil and sweet almond oil are thought reduce inflammation, ease itching, soothe, calm and nourish the scalp.
Whether your hair has been damaged by the sun, excessive use of hair straighteners and dryers, or if it’s just naturally a bit dry – it needs extra special attention to get it back to a luscious and healthy ‘do. Natural herbs, oils and butters deliver nourishment to the hair shaft, seal in moisture and repair dry and damaged sections of the hair. Using a treatment rich in these natural ingredients will quickly restore your hairs natural shine, without the need for harsh and unnatural products.
For hair that refuses to grow, using nourishing and rejuvenating oils on your hair is essential. Avocado and sweet almond oil are thought to be extra beneficial for thinning hair, whilst virgin coconut oil is a supposed genius at strengthening your tresses, stopping breaks and splits. It might also be a good idea to look out for stimulator lotions with rosemary in them – a stimulating herb thought to boost circulation to the scalp and promote quick hair growth.
Posted by Laura Andrews
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