Your Hair, And How To Take Care Of It  

Do the models’ bouncy, voluminous manes in hair care advertisements often seem like far-fetched fantasies to you? We both think that most of them seem to go too far. 

However, if you stay with us, if you use our products and with the right hair care, the dream of having healthy hair might become a reality. In this article, you’ll find a handpicked compilation of the best hair care advice.

In this article, we will shed lights on hair care dos and don’ts. Here are the Dos;

1. Regularly wash your hair 

Regular hair washing keeps your scalp and hair clean and clear of excess oil and grime. The ideal frequency, however, will vary according on your hair type and preferences. Limit your washing to twice a week if your hair is too dry. Washing your hair every other day will assist if you have an oily scalp.

2. Use shampoos free of chemicals 

You truly have no influence over the environmental elements that harm your hair, but you do have control over the shampoos you choose to use. Your hair will be healthier if your shampoo contains less chemicals. Choose gentle shampoos like Virgin Anti Dandruff Shampoo

3. Condition correctly 

The chemicals in your conditioner help hair fall straight and manageable. It shields your hair from heat styling and environmental irritants. But you shouldn’t apply it to your scalp; only the tips of your hair. Additionally, after using it, be sure to fully rinse it off. We recommend Virgin Anti Dandruff Conditioner.

4. Properly Oil Your Hair 

Pre-shampoo therapies include massaging and oiling the scalp increase blood flow, calm your muscles, enhance shine, and nourish the hair. Additionally, it promotes hair development, replenishes moisture, and fixes split ends. You can pick from oils like castor oil, olive oil, almond oil, and coconut oil. Keep mineral oil away from your hair.

5. Dry and style your hair naturally 

We are aware. Your hair will become as gorgeous as that of your on-screen idol after blow drying. But using too much heat when styling your hair can harm the scalp. If you must, keep it to special occasions only. The ideal method for drying off after shampooing is with a towel or the air. Never comb damp hair or sleep with it in. The cuticle of your hair can be damaged by vigorous towel rubbing. Be kind.

6. Eat healthy and drink more water 

Internal hydration coupled with external hydration is the key to well-balanced and healthy hair. Your hair needs the right nutrition to grow well and maintain itself. Eggs, berries, nuts, fish, green leafy vegetables, sweet potatoes are some of the many great food for healthy hair.

The Don’ts;

1. Hot showers 

Your scalp becomes dry and flaky after taking a hot shower because the natural oils are removed. Your best option is a cold shower. 

2. Stress

We’re willing to stake our lives that someone who has healthy hair is less anxious. Hair loss and unhealthy hair can be brought on by stress.

3. Chemicals

Your hair follicles are affected by the chemicals used in hair dye, perms, and other hair treatments, which can potentially cause hair loss. 

4. Hair Styling products

Long-term use of straighteners, blow dryers, and curling irons alters the texture of the hair, makes it dry, and increases the risk of breaking. 

5. Hair Wash with Salt Water 

Salt water irritates the scalp, destroys the hair cuticle, and tangles the hair. Avoid swimming in pools with chlorine water.

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