If we’re looking forward to holidays? Yes, and we bring protection for your hair!
Because however much you want it and need it, your hair doesn’t take a summer break. It needs caring - whatever season.
One of the prominent signs of hair sun damage is dryness — so to protect hair from sun damage, you’ll want to have a solid moisturizing routine.
Maintaining moisture in your hair is essential to fighting off the sun’s most damaging effect, which is the drying out of your strands.
When your hair is really dry, the cuticles are open, which allows UV rays to enter and further damage the integrity of your hair. When the cuticle is damaged, it affects the proteins in the hair and reduces the cuticle’s protective ability. This leaves the inner core defenceless and impairs the cells and the cell structures.
Your hairs cuticles are sealed and smooth as long as your strands are moisturized!
When the damage is already done, it’s time to take steps in recovering your hair & scalp health. Don’t be discouraged – hair and scalp can always be restored to its former glory! Here’s how to build your reparative hair care.
STEP 1 - SAY NO TO SULPHATES
Use sulphate free products such as ours. Sulphates (read sulp-hate) dry out your hair and strip it from its natural oils. It can also make the scalp dry and prone to irritation.
STEP 2 - REPAIR INFUSION
Use our Repair Infusion every time you wash your hair. It’s travel sized (100 ml) so it’s the perfect thing to take with you on the trip. Filled with vegan protein, Aloe Vera extract and birch extract it nourishes, revives shine and makes your hair soft and healthy.
STEP 3 - HAIR MASQUE
Incorporate our Hair Masque to deep condition and hydrate your hair. It’s filled with Hyaluronic acid, Shea butter and avocado oil, with additional Vitamin E and Omega 6. When your hair is well hydrated, its natural shine returns and its texture is smooth, making your hair’s outer layer strong.
STEP 4 - CUT DOWN ON SHAMPOO
To make this even more effective, cutting down on your shampoo will avoid drying out your hair too much. Occasionally alternate your hair washing to just be a simple water rinse and condition, especially for the summer.
STEP 5 - protective styling products
Use styling products with UV protection is always a good choice during summer.
STEP 6 - BORING STUFF
Lastly, to be really hardcore you can do all the boring stuff that no one really does:
- Avoid the sun
- Wear a hat
- Use SPF on your scalp
- Avoid Chlorinated water
Remember, your hair doesn’t take a summer break. It needs caring - whatever season. Let us be a part of that, see what our customers say about our products.