Care Tips for Dry Hair

Feeling annoyed by your dry hair? Dry hair looks brittle and feels “frizzy”. There are many causes of dry hair. Find the respective reasons of your dry hair below.


Inactive oil glands can cause dry hair. If you have dry hair as a result of dry skin, consider washing your hair fewer times each week as to protect the existing oil glands. In addition, pay attention to the type of shampoo and conditioner you use to make sure it replenishes your scalp with essential oils. Check out those products labeled as “hydrating” or “moisturizing.”


Be sure to take care with heat and chemicals, especially if you have dry hair. Nowadays electric hair straighteners (flat irons) are popular among girls. But notice: they do cause serious damage to hair. When used on high heat, hair dryers can damage hair, too.


Decreasing your use of these hot devices (or at least using a less hot setting) will help to keep your hair healthier.


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Harsh chemicals in hair color, permanents, and relaxers can strip the hair of vital oils. Watch out for bleaches and peroxides, because they can make your hair brittle and cause split ends.


Finally, take an extra care of your hair in the summer sun. Sunshine and ultraviolet rays can both cause dry hair. The easiest solution is to wear a hat or simply avoid getting too much sun (your skin will thank you, too).


You can also protect your hair by wearing a swim cap when you go into the pool and then wash your hair in fresh water after swimming. If you swim frequently, consider using a shampoo designed to remove chlorine from hair.