4 Ways To Combat Dry Hair

Dry hair is every woman’s worst nightmare. Hair that is lacking in moisture looks dull, flat and unattractive. There are many causes for dry hair, from unhealthy hair products to poor beauty habits.

To combat dry hair and restore it back to its natural shine, follow these four simple steps and you will have gorgeous, shiny hair in no time.

  1. Keep Yourself Hydrated

We all know how good it is for your body to stay hydrated, but did you know that drinking water benefits your hair too? By drinking 8-10 glasses of water a day, you’re keeping your body healthy and your hair hydrated and healthy.

  1. Wear A Hat in Cold Weather

Dry, cold and windy weather can dry out your hair fast. The lack of moisture in the air and dry gusts of wind can steal much-needed moisture from hair. Fight back by wearing a hat every time you leave your house during cold winter months.

  1. Stop Using Heat Devices

Constant blow-drying and use of a curling or straightening iron fries your hair and robs it of moisture. The intense heat put out by these devices not only dries out your hair but burns it in the process. Only use these devices when it’s absolutely necessary, like when you are going to an event or out to dinner.

  1. Stop Using Shampoo

Yes, you read that correctly. Popular shampoos contain an ingredient called sodium lauryl sulfate which harshly cleans hair by stripping it of moisture. Instead, switch to a cleansing conditioner like Wen’s Cleansing Conditioner. This product cleans hair gently with natural ingredients.

Wen Hair Cleansing Conditioner both cleans and hydrates hair with ingredients that will keep your hair looking healthy and shiny. The unique formula of this product can actually undo years of damage caused by exposure to harsh chemicals like sodium lauryl sulfate.

Every woman deserves gorgeous, shiny hair. By following these four steps, your hair will return to its natural shine and brilliance.

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