How to keep hair healthy

Thick and wavy hair are the magic to look beautiful with minimal efforts. Thick and shiny hair can invariably catch the attention of a lot of people. The dilemma on how to keep your hair healthy and long is solved here in this article.

Although hair loss is a common problem, it is not necessary that you have to face it always, and you can not do anything about it. There are many factors that can cause hair fall and many of them are our lifestyle choices like unhealthy diet, hormonal imbalance, use of chemicals on hair, poor hair care, etc.

If you are facing the problem of thinning hair then you can follow these tips as these are the home remedies to get thicker and voluminous hair:

Wash your hair regularly:

Washing your hair daily is not recommended as washing hair removes the oils that are essential for hair. Consider washing the hair two to three times a week at maximum. Try to invest in a good quality hair washing product as they affect your hair in a big way. Oily scalp require a wash more often, but the dry scalp can even do with two washes in a week plus use of a daily dry shampoo.

How to keep hair healthy   Always protect your hair:

One should aim to protect their hair from the adverse climatic conditions. Any increased exposure to heat, rain and cold or polluted air can leave your hair frizzy and lifeless. The dirt builds up in the hair can turn into a breeding ground from microbes. So protect your hair and scalp using a hat, umbrella or scarf.

Condition your hair after shampoo

The shampoo leaves you hair dry as it rips off all the hair moisture. It is very important to condition the hair after shampooing as it makes the hair soft and shiny.Always try to towel dry your hair after shampooing and before applying a conditioner as  wet hair do not absorb conditioner that easily.Leave the conditioner on hair for a few minutes before washing it off with lukewarm water. Never use hot water to wash hair.

Never use brush on wet hair:

After washing your hair, you must try to towel dry the hair as much as possible and do not use any hair brush to comb the hair. Hair after a wash are very delicate, and use of a brush can pull them out easily from their roots as they are very soft after hair wash. So, to comb your hair after a wash use a wide tooth hair comb and start combing and detangling the hair from the ends towards the roots.

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Avoid heating your hair:

Using a hair dryer or any other heating agent can leave the hair frizzy. So, to smoothen the frizzy hair use the natural way of hair drying rather than applying heat. Using iron or curlers or straighteners can damage your hair and can burn them as well.

Do not tie hair tightly:

To keep your hair healthy you should avoid super tight hair and tight hair styles, and they can increase the friction in the hair and can lead to hair breakage. To avoid this use hair ties made of cloth and avoid tying hair very tightly.  Tie a loose side braid before bedtime and avoid keeping them loose. Loose hair is prone to tangling, and it may take a long time and too much of effort to detangle those knots in the morning. It may also lead to hair fall and frizziness.

Oil the scalp frequently:

Oiling is very necessary for hair. After applying the oil, keep it overnight and wash off with a mild shampoo and lukewarm water. Oil is necessary to restore the moisture present in the hair. It is one of the best ways to smooth frizzy hair.

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Use satin pillows for sleeping:

Satin pillows are very soft in their touch and keep the hair frizz free. Use of satin pillows lower the friction of hair with the cloth. Hence, hair frizziness is reduced. Cotton and other such clothes are rough in texture and can cause unwanted friction.

All these tips given above are very effective for the hair care of any length of hair. Hence, it must be now very clear to understand how to keep hair healthy, and how to smooth the frizzy hair.


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Max Jones

A compulsive reader and a writer with a diploma in nutrition and diet. In my free time I love to explore my city while I promote pedal-biking.

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