Your precious lock of hair always is exposed and is prone to dehydration during winter, infection during summer and damage during the spring and autumn season. Here are a few suggestions to take care of your hair and keep them healthy.
Just as our skin needs to be kept hydrated, hair needs the same. Drinking enough water and water containing food will keep your scalp and hair hydrated. Your hair is a telltale indicator of how good your meal plan is. Most importantly each of your hair strand is made up of cells that is called keratin protein. Essential amino acid supplements can be taken to help build healthy protein as well as healthy hair. Adults who consume less than the recommended amount of protein are more likely to have unhealthy hair. Eggs, fish, meat, cottage cheese, yoghurt, nuts and seeds and dark green leafy vegetables are nutrient-rich foods that are scientifically proven to help your hair. Your hair is craving for all those hair-friendly foods. Give your scalp oil some backup, and nourish your hair naturally, as well.
Practice good hair hygiene
Switching to all natural organic hair care product is a great step towards taking care of your tresses. Use good quality hair care product. Try an all natural shampoo. Coconut milk is about to become your best friend. They are incredibly important for locking in moisture and are known to improve the overall texture of your hair. After washing hair with shampoo, the next step is to apply coconut milk for maximum hair revitalisation and hydration. It does an amazing job at saving your hair from the heat, ultraviolet (UV) rays and harsh environment. Try to avoid all styling tools like hair straightener, hair dryer and flat iron.
Keep an eye on hair dye
Many women love hair dye or colour. The benefits of using natural vegan henna is it can set your hair both with protective layer and colour. Henna is just a plant that is dried and ground into a powder and becomes a dye when mixed with a liquid like liquor tea, coffee or water.
Respect your optimal pH hair care
Our scalp and hair's healthiest pH level is at around 4.5 – 5.5 on the ph level spectrum. If hair care product that we use on a regular basis to wash our hair with is not at the right pH balance, they tend to strip natural protective layer from our hair follicles. In return, you will get damaged, dull, dry hair and an unhealthy scalp.
Your hair deserves extraordinary care
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is perfect to stimulate hair follicles, increase the blood circulation, stop split ends, and help with dandruff and dry scalp. It makes your hair grow faster and thicker. Treat your roots with regenerative PRP treatment.
Do not try to self-diagnose. Visit your dermatologist. It is never too late to save your strands.