In the fall, hair needs more moisture. Many of us experience increased hair loss and cold temperatures make us reach for the blow-dryer more often. The hair becomes dry, weak and brittle. Luckily, regular treatment will help to improve the appearance of your hair.
A healthy diet is essential for beautiful and healthy hair. Enrich your meals with products containing zinc, iron and protein. Add walnuts, pumpkin seeds or flaxseed to your diet. Autumn is a good time to experiment with new recipes. Do not forget about vitamin-rich vegetables – broccoli, spinach and kale. If you change your eating habits for the better and keep your body hydrated, you are sure to notice an improvement in the condition of your hair and skin.
Proper hair care should be tailored to your hair type and its needs at a given time of year. It is important to handle your hair gently, not to tug on it while combing and not to go to bed with a wet head. If you can, protect your hair from heat – limit the use of flat irons and curling irons, dry your hair with cool air and apply heat protectants before styling your hair. Of course, the cosmetics you use also play an important role in hair care. Specialized treatments for weak hair are best in the fall. Be sure to pay attention to the composition of the products. For starters, a series of cosmetics may be a good choice KÉRASTASE Genesiscosmetic series, whose formula contains such substances as: ginger root extract, edelweiss stem cells and aminexil 1.5%. These substances prevent hair loss and stimulate the strands to faster growth. In addition to the wet-application conditioner, a moisturizing oil for the ends, an anti-hair loss serum and a strengthening hair mask are recommended for visible results. Regular use of products for the reconstruction of damaged and stressed hair will restore nourishment and shine to your hair strands.
If you are looking for home remedies to moisturise and nourish your hair in the autumn, you can try fenugreek or linseed masks at home. These products have the advantage of being inexpensive and available, but the smell may not be to everyone’s liking. Fenugreek seeds should be ground and poured into a glass of water. The resulting mixture is rubbed into the hair and kept for at least half an hour. In the case of flaxseed, you should first boil it for a quarter of an hour, then strain it and wait a while until it cools down a little. Massage the warm mixture into your hair and keep it there for half an hour. All products should then be rinsed thoroughly so as not to contaminate the scalp.
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