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4 Common Causes of Dry Hair

 Your hair is your crown, and part of your personality.  So when it's dull and brittle you have to address
the issue.  I want to provide a solution. Discover how to ditch your dry hair for soft healthy hair.  Here are the 5 most common causes of dry damaged hair.  


1. USING THE WRONG HAIR CARE PRODUCTS

When you select your shampoo and conditioner, check the labels before you purchase.  Avoid products with alcohol.  Alcohol strips the hair of your natural oils.  You need products formulated with nourishing hair oils.  Avocado oil, argan oil, and coconut oil are great choices for dry hair.


2. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS

Overexposure to the sun, extreme heat, cold winds, and low humidity can all harm your hair.  Avoid prolonged exposure to the elements.  If you love to swim in pools please rinse your hair before and after jumping in the pool. This prevents your strands from soaking up the chlorinated water.


3. OVER-USE OF HAIR DYES AND BLEACHES

Harsh chemicals found in hair products can lift the naturals oils that give your hair that healthy glossy look.  If you color your hair it is important to use products for color-treated hair.  Look for things such as argan oil and cranberry extracts.  These ingredients protect the radiance of your hair when it's colored. 


4. EXCESSIVE HAIR WASHING

Proper hygiene is so important. Washing your hair too often can cause a problem.  Washing hair once or twice a week will lessen the dryness.  Remember to use a deep conditioner to keep hair moisturized. 
When drying hair be sure to pat and not rub.  We have to keep the moisture.

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