Hair Care

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Every Ingredient Matters Carefully selected ingredients nourish, protect and repair your hair and scalp. Find out how these ingredients work to leave your hair looking vibrant and healthy.
1.Defies dryness and actively nourishes. 2.Penetrates to the core of the hair strand.
Care for Every Hair Type

Hydrate your hair from the inside-out

Hair that is healthy and well-hydrated should look shiny and feel soft. When hair gets dry, it looks dull, feels brittle and is prone to split ends, knots and breakage.

If your hair is dry, follow these tips to return moisture and health to your hair:

  1. Choose hair care products that are rich in naturally-derived oils such as olive oil, sweet almond oil and meadow seed oil. Some natural oils penetrate down to the core of dry, damaged strands and help moisturize from the inside-out.
  2. Avoid the overuse of heated tools such as blow dryers, curling irons and straightening irons which cause forceful removal of moisture from your hair. Instead, let your hair air-dry naturally or gently towel-dry.
  3. Scale back your hair-washing routine to every other day. Washing your hair not only removes dirt and styling products, but it also removes naturally-produced oils that are vital for keeping your scalp and hair healthy and well-moisturized.
  4. Use a deep conditioner once a week to help rehabilitate extra-dry hair with intense moisturization.

Turn Up the Volume

Flat and lifeless hair is a real let down when it comes to styling. Fortunately, there are simple things you can do to improve your hair’s body and texture.

Follow these easy tips to put that extra (hair) bounce in your step:

  1. Wash your hair with clarifying products which help remove residue build-up from hair and styling products.
  2. Avoid over-conditioning the hair on your scalp, which can weigh it down and add to oiliness. Instead, distribute conditioner through the length of your hair — or, skip your scalp altogether if you tend to have oily hair. Either way, be sure to thoroughly rinse out the conditioner.
  3. Try conditioning before you shampoo. While it’s against traditional logic, you’ll still get the benefits of a conditioner, but shampooing after will help remove more heavy residue that could be left behind by the conditioner.
  4. When drying your hair, turn your head upside-down and blow-dry your roots, using a round brush, to gain some extra volume.

It Takes More Than Moisturizing

One out of five people suffer from the symptoms of dandruff which include itching, flaking and dryness of the scalp. While there is not a “cure” for dandruff, there are ways to manage it.

Care for your hair and scalp with these tips that will help you take control of your dandruff:

  1. Try washing your hair with an over-the-counter medicated shampoo at least once a week, depending on the severity of your symptoms.
  2. Shampoo with lukewarm water, instead of hot, because the hot water may strip your scalp of natural oils it needs to keep from drying out.
  3. Resist the urge to scratch which can scrape sensitive skin and lead to infection or the worsening of your condition.
  4. If your scalp is consistently irritated, you may be allergic to an ingredient in one of your styling products. Try eliminating one product at a time to try and identify the cause.