Haircare products such as conditioners, sprays, waxes, gels, and even shampoos leave a trace of film on the hair. This film builds up over time, even when the hair is regularly washed. As product build-up increases, regular shampoos struggle to remove it. Over time, excess build-up creates a barrier that prevents moisture and nourishment from reaching the hair strand. This can lead to scalp flaking and other unpleasant scalp issues.
Nowadays consumers are facing a challenge finding natural and less harmful products. There are so many skins, hair, and cosmetic products containing alcohol and its chemical derivatives that it’s easy for our bodies to be overloaded with potentially harmful chemicals. This can eventually lead to problems with our hair and skincare routines. To avoid this, it’s important to learn about ingredients. It is important to know which to avoid and which are beneficial to you.
Tangling occurs when the outer layer of your hair (cuticle) is damaged and opens up. Damaged cuticles form knots when they touch each other. When two single strands of hair wrap around each other, they become intertwined. When this happens to a couple of strands, the tangles become difficult to remove. Smooth hair is less likely to tangle. The worst affected hair type is damaged or textured (wavy or curly).
Detangling hair knots is often difficult. However, products such as hair conditioner, hair oil, or hair masks can help remove knots. It is advised not to try removing knots from wet hair. Detangling wet hair can result in hair breakage. Try using a wide-toothed soft bristle comb to remove knots once the hair is dry.
Your hair may become static when it builds up an electric charge due to friction or a change in humidity. It makes your hair frizzy and difficult to style because the strands of your hair repel one another. In addition, the elements, a lack of moisture in the air, and heated indoor environments can all exacerbate static hair. Fortunately, hair-care products, conditioners, in particular, are designed to restore the hair’s normal charge, reducing frizz and making hair easier to manage.
Flyaways can be caused by a variety of factors, just as there are many other hair care challenges. Product buildup is one of the most common causes. It is imperative to properly clean and moisturize your hair to keep it looking smooth and to prevent it from feeling weighed down. Chemical damage, dry strands, split ends, hair breakage, static electricity, and humidity are other causes of flyaway hair.
In this blog, you can learn more about what causes these small frizzy hairs to stand up in the air, along with tips and products you can incorporate into your hair care routine to fix them.
The mass media plays a crucial role in people’s self‐image by reflecting what people consider to be attractive. One of the methods they use is through the common use of attractive models with unnatural hair in print and other media. This sort of presentation is often termed the ‘beauty ideal’. This communicates the way that people believe they should look to be attractive and desirable to others. There are different aspects of appearance about which the media can express beauty ideals, including hair, skin, and facial features. However, we focus this blog on how the media leads you to not having natural hair.
The process of permanent hair straightening involves the chemical processing of your hair. Depending on the method of processing, naturally curly or textured hair can be altered to lay flat and lose its curl. Yet It’s an unfortunate fact that straightening your hair with an iron or chemical treatment causes damage to your hair chemical straightening uses lots of different compounds to enter the hair shaft and break apart the tiny molecular bonds that give hair its natural texture.
There is a common part in all hair care routines and that is hair washing, which includes washing the scalp and hair by shampoo, followed by conditioning the hair shaft. Although this method is effective in cleaning your hair, it may leave your hair lifeless after a few hours, especially if you have oily or thin hair. Reverse hair washing has recently got popular for improving the appearance of low-volume, dry, damaged, or frizzy hair types.
The avocado is a fruit from the berry family that grows mostly in tropical regions. In addition to great taste, this food is also a wonderful source of endless hair benefits. There are mainly monounsaturated fatty acids in avocados that help seal in moisture, prevent breakage, and lock in moisture. Avocado oil is high in lipids, as well as fat-soluble antioxidants, bioactive phytochemicals, vitamin E tocopherols, vitamin D, K, A, and carotenoids that can help guard
hair against UV damage and harmful pollutants which makes hair feel dry and look brittle. So using avocado on your hair may come with a host of benefits:
Hair loss is a worldwide symptom that can be caused by many different factors. Because hairs are in a condition that should face both physical and environmental tensions and internal tensions. That’s why hair loss depends on a large group of factors such as weather, accessories, chemical hair care stuff, genetics, nutrition. In this post, we are going to discuss the relationship between mental health and hair.
Lavenders are small evergreen herbs originally from the Mediterranean. Lavender essential oil is one of the most widespread oils in the world and their mass production is because of their useful essential oil which is a multipurpose oil and can be used in a wide field of consumption from the perfume industry to skin and hair care. it is also proved that it has antidepressant and, sedative effects and it can improve sleep quality and even solve sleep problems such as insomnia. In this post, we’re going to take a look at lavender’s essential oil and its usage in hair care and skin care.