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Avoid Sun-Damaged Hair with These Easy Tips

Jul 07, 2022 | By Denise V.

Avoid Sun-Damaged Hair with These Easy Tips

Summer or not, our hair, when exposed to too much heat can cause damage and hair brittleness and we don’t want that. Just like when using heat styling tools whether you’re straightening or curling them, can cause split ends and can severely damage the hair cuticles, especially if you’re not using any heat protectant, leave-in conditioners, or hair mask.

To know which best practices to do to avoid getting your hair sun-damaged, follow these easy steps.

Switch to sulfate-free shampoos

There will always be product you use religiously, be it a shampoo or a conditioner, and you might want to reconsider if these products truly benefit your hair. If you switch to a safe and sulfate-free shampoo brand, it helps your hair lock in more moisture, and prevents color from fading too fast, and is less likely to irritate a sensitive scalp. Sulfate-free shampoos smoothen and hydrates strands, and are non-irritating making them a perfect hair solution for all hair types.

Experiment with other hairstyles

Without using any hair styling tools, you can always try to experiment with other hairstyles, from no-heat curly hacks or accessorizing if you have naturally curly hair. Using too much heat can lead to excessive dryness and weakens the structure of your hair strands.

The secret here will always be prepping your hair by using a gentle shampoo followed by a conditioner or hair mask. If you’re more on the experimental part, try using a hair dye shampoo to make your look livelier and youthful-looking.

Wear a cap when going out

Aside from holding your hair back hair out of your face while playing sports or exercising, wearing a cap protects your scalp from sunburn and dryness. You can also bring an umbrella if you prefer that. However, experts say to avoid wearing tight hats for a long time as it can trap oil at your hair's roots and leave the ends dry. Greasy hair can reduce oxygen flow to the follicles and can build up dirt and bacteria, causing hair to fall out.

When choosing a cap, look for something that is comfortable enough and somewhat loose to let the hair and scalp breathe.

Use an anti hairloss shampoo

As mentioned above, when your hair started experiencing excessive hair loss, then one of the best solutions is to invest in a gentle anti-hair loss shampoo. If the cause of your hair loss is due to chemical relaxers, it may take time and patience is not easy, but with a little patience and the right product, it is possible. The Mayraki Hair Growth & Anti Hairloss Shampoo Kit is specially developed to boost hair regrowth, thicken and strengthen hair strands. This kit is infused with anti-aging and antioxidant ingredients that will provide a thorough cleanse of the scalp and hair of any buildup that might be causing any hair growth. This shampoo kit is ideal for oily hair and heavy product users to deep cleanse and put volume and bounce back into the tresses.

You can also use a hair mask (for a few minutes) in the evening to smoothen and tame your frizzy hair.

Another option would be using oils to massage the scalp from time to time. This helps with circulation to the hair follicle, thus keeping the scalp and hair shaft healthy.

Use a satin pillowcase

Both curly hair and straight hair will benefit big time from using a satin pillowcase. As you sleep, your scalp produces natural oils that are intended to moisturize your hair strands, but your cotton pillowcase may be soaking it all up instead. You may feel your hair looking and feeling dry the following morning, especially if you move around a lot while you sleep. Aside from providing benefits to your hair, satin pillowcase helps reduce wrinkles, fine lines, skin aging, and crease marks.

At the end of the day, it will always be based on your choices on which hair care to choose. Decide which anti-hair loss shampoo to choose to stop the hair loss once and for all.

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