Isn’t Dry Hair Great? (Nope. No it is not.)
As surely as the summer is hot and the winter is cold, many of us suffer from dry hair more often than we’d like. Incidentally, this can stem from the fact that summer is hot and winter is cold. As Remington celebrity stylist Richard Marin says, “Summer includes overexposure to the sun, swimming, and products with alcohol, which can all dehydrate hair. And with winter comes extreme cold followed by overheated indoors, which can make hair parched and dry.”
There are any number of reasons why you may have dry hair, but thankfully there are an equal number of ways to remedy the situation. The best part? You don’t have to rely on a single artificial ingredient.
Here are a few natural top tips for making sure your hair stays positively gleaming and full of life:
One way in which hair can dry out is when it becomes stripped of the natural oils that help it maintain its healthy appearance and texture. A key offender for depleting your hair’s natural oils is using the wrong shampoo for your hair type.
Another potential reason for your natural hair oil suffering is if you regularly straighten your hair. The high temperature of the straighteners can wreak havoc on your hair’s natural balance.
- Firstly (and quite obviously), use the appropriate shampoo for your hair type.
- Secondly, if your hair is already dry – try using our Tea Tree Overnight Oilto restore it back to full health.
Get the Sunday Roast Treatment
Another way to reinvigorate dry and damaged hair is to discover your inner roast chicken. That doesn’t mean you need to baste yourself and jump in the oven at 190°C, but it does mean that you’ll need to get up close and personal with some rosemary.
Rosemary happens to contain rather a lot of ursolic acid, which helps to increase scalp circulation – meaning more oxygen and nutrients will be sent straight to your hair follicles.
- If your hair is feeling dry and brittle, try using the Burdock and Rosemary Scalp Massage to revitalise your roots.
- Beware of people on buses trying to eat your now delicious hair.
Say No to Banana Bread
And say yes to banana head. That’s right, for this to work you’ll need to forgo using your ageing ‘nanas to make delicious loaves. Instead you’ll need to blend your bananas with coconut and olive oil to create your very own revitalising, all-natural hair balm.
- Deny the dry. Give your locks a second lease of life when you try the Banana Hair Balm.
- Don’t slip on the skins.
Of course, these are but a few natural ways to get your hair back to its glorious, flowing opulence. Feel free to head straight over to the Baldwins Dry Hair Remedy Hubto get more inspiration and ideas for how to naturally treat dry hair.
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