Dry hair care, causes and solutions
Dry hair feels hard and looks dull, longer breaks and then splits easily. Okay, with short men’s hair, the latter does not matter. But soft, shiny and shapeable everyone would like it. So what to do?
Some people always want to shine, even though they have no idea how
Okay, that’s a quote and a pun, each requiring a moment’s thought to get behind it. But we know that you are smart and we like to make you think. Since you’ve come here, you’re obviously looking for a solution to your problem. This shows that you have shimmer in your head. But just no shine on it. In short – you have dry hair and want to cleverly find and do something about it. Dry hair is lackluster. But not only that. They also feel hard and can be badly styled.
In the meantime, we men have our vanities and feel dissatisfied or unsure if the beard or hair is not sitting. Have you tried a lot and can not get on? “If you think something is impossible, then look for a possibility.” This quote from Bruce Lee now hits our poodle’s core. Because if, after your attempts, you think it’s impossible to restore your hair’s shine and shine, here are a few ways to show it to you. Maybe your solution is there. We wish you and keep our fingers crossed.
The cause could be too frequent washing. Ever thought that the solution could be less frequent washing?
We are a generation of Excessive Shower. Quite often hot showers. Because almost every day, we like to put ourselves under the warm to almost hot water, especially in winter. Maybe you too? Then it could possibly be the cause of your dry hair. Why? Well, we have two explanations for that. First, hot water opens the cuticle of your hair. Secondly, your scalp will be defatted by the water, especially if you are not just running hot water over it, but also vigorously shampooing it. Your Eigenvalue is then gone and can no longer cover your hair with dehydrating protective fat.
We have three solutions for you. First, reduce the water temperature with daily showering, optimal is 32 to 38 degrees. Secondly, especially thick and curly hair needs more moisture per se, because the Eigenvalue is not enough for so many hairs to protect all. A hair-type conditioner can help because it transports moisture and nutrients into the hair and closes the cuticle afterward. Third, wash your hair less often. Thick and curly hair gets more of the accumulated Eigenvalue of the scalp. Just try it for a while.
The cause could be the wrong shampoo. If you have not done so far, look at the label of your bottle.
Did you just take the shampoo that is in the bathroom – bought my mom, girlfriend or wife? Because you do not like to go shopping and think shampoo is shampoo, the main thing it smells good? Many men now attach great importance to their appearance and therefore take care of their own care products. But some are not. If you are one of these, but your dry, brittle, dull hair makes you unhappy now, even though you are not otherwise vain, then look at the label of the shampoo bottle.
Maybe you will find your solution there. Dry hair wants to be a product that provides some fat and a lot of moisture. For example, if the bottle is “greasy or fine hair” and you have dry and thick hair, this may be the reason why your hair got drier over time. Look closely at your hair and choose a hair type just shampoo. There are recipes for all possible hair types. For fine hair, thick, curly, stubborn, mature, dry, greasy, flaky and so on. Take a little time and require. Dry hair needs a lot of moisture, thin less fats than thick – for example. Let yourself be advised individually by a hairdresser.
The cause could be hot – blow dryer, flat iron, sun. Or cold – air conditioning system air, winter air. Or wind.
Many people now know that the hot hair dryer or hair straightener can dry out hair. Not so popular have among us men, that also heating and sun, cold and wind can clog the hair. Just as your mucous membranes dry out in your nose and mouth and react irritably in heated or air-conditioned rooms, so does your hair. Because there is always dry air in the game, which extracts moisture from the mucous membranes and hair.
You now have the following options to counteract dehydration. First, you blow your hair much cooler. Second, you use a heat protection spray when smoothing and blow-drying. Third, you set a room humidifier. Fourth, you put on a hat in the sun, a cap in the cold or windy air. In addition, you should always use a conditioner, which provides your hair with extra moisture and closes the cuticle layer, so that they can not dry out so easily. Well, there is a leaf in spray conditioner, so one that you spray and not leach. You can spit it in between times and work it in when you’re in dehydrating climes. Try that. Maybe it’s the solution.
The cause could care products with unfavorable ingredients. Especially silicones, mineral oils, and alcohols come into consideration.
Although silicones and mineral oils are well tolerated, they are non-irritating to the skin and hair and contain no nutrients. They are cheap to produce and usually replace entirely expensive vegetable oils. Both make hair soft first. But not by bringing nourishing and moisturizing ingredients into the hair, but by putting a film around them. Over time, this film seals the hair so that moisture and nutrients do not get into it. It eventually dries up inside. In addition, denatured, synthetically modified alcohols have a strong drying effect.
The cause could be a per se unhealthy and dry scalp. The reasons may not be due to external care mistakes.
Have you taken the first four tips for a while and yet nothing changes the desolate state of your hair, there could be a few factors behind it, which few of us think. The hair is a mirror of your health – both your physical and spiritual. Look, what’s going on in your life. Your hair has a significant impact on you: stressful personal or occupational stress, lack of sleep, malnutrition, low hydration, high alcohol and drug use, including, for example, a hormonal disorder or thyroid disorder. Check it out, do not be afraid to go to the family doctor, dermatologist, internist or psychologist.