With its cold weather and dry air, winter doesn’t do wonders for our hair. As the season changes from autumn to winter, our hair can transform from hydrated and healthy to dry and brittle.
That’s why your hair care routine should always change with the seasons. Winter requires more moisture, longer treatments, and extra nourishment.
Here are a few ways to care for your hair this winter.
SHAMPOO WITH CARE
Shampoo is essential for cleansing and renewing your hair and scalp, but your shampoo needs might change as colder weather moves in. If you find your hair losing moisture, it’s best to swap your everyday shampoo for one that infuses hydration.
Dry Remedy™ Moisturizing Shampoo is the perfect dry hair remedy to add to your winter routine. The formula uses our patented deep-moisture complex featuring buriti oil to nourish and moisturise dry brittle hair. The extra nourishment will leave your hair soft, supple, and shiny – ideal for combatting the winter woes.
Another way to shift your shampooing for the winter is to use dry shampoo for a quick refresh. Washing your hair too often during the winter can contribute to dry hair, so using a dry shampoo can cut down on dryness. Shampure™ Dry Shampoo revives the hair with naturally derived powders that absorb excess oil and purities. It helps to refresh your hair while maintaining moisture.
LEAVE IN THE CONDITIONER
Keeping your hair conditioned is important all year long, but it becomes vital during dry winter months. Conditioner covers each strand of hair to lock in hydration and nourish from root to end, making it an absolute essential for very dry hair.
The best products for dry hair are the ones that nourish deeply, like Dry Remedy™ Moisturizing Conditioner. The conditioner acts as a hair moisturiser, drenching each strand in intense hydration.
To condition even more deeply, consider adding a leave-in product to your hair care routine. Our Shampure™ Thermal Dry Conditioner instantly conditions and detangles to prevent breakage from brushing. Hair is enveloped with softness that is natural and full of movement, and hair is immediately refreshed between washes.
NOURISH THE SCALP
It’s not only our hair that can become dry and irritated during the winter. Your scalp is delicate, so it needs an extra dose of nourishment to combat dry weather. Oils, concentrates, and leave-in treatments can all help nourish and protect the scalp.
Pramasana™ Protective Scalp Concentrate helps support your scalp health by balancing sebum levels to maintain the purity of the scalp at the root of the hair. The concentrate is one of the best hair products for dry hair because it penetrates the surface layers of the scalp to nourish and helps protect the scalp from environmental aggressors, which is perfect for the winter season.
Oil can also be a valuable ingredient for winter scalp care. Stress-Fix Composition Oil™ not only relieves stress with a calming aroma, but also nourishes the scalp. The oil softens and moisturises the skin with a nourishing blend of certified organic sunflower and jojoba seed oils. By deeply hydrating the scalp, you can combat dryness, itchiness, or irritation that winter might bring.
USE A MASQUE
Masques are also an ideal winter hair treatment because they saturate every strand of hair. Dry Remedy™ Moisturizing Masque has an intensive formula that moisturises and helps seal in hydration. The deep moisture leaves your hair feeling soft and supple even on the driest of winter days.
Those with curly or frizzy hair might find winter even more difficult to manage, but a moisturising masque made just for curly hair ensures your locks are luscious and smooth. Be Curly™ Intensive Detangling Masque easily separates the most tangled coils while moisturising with certified organic babassu oil and shea butter. This hair treatment for dry hair tames frizz and improves the look of your hair with just one use.
Winter can wreak havoc on your healthy hair. By adapting your hair care routine to the changing seasons, you can make sure your hair stays strong and healthy all winter long.
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