The coldest season of the year has come and with it, we must redouble our attention with beauty since the skin and hair always become more dry and fragile in the winter. This is because on colder days there is less production of sebaceous glands, so hair tends to dry out more easily.
In winter, when the humidity is low, your hair can stay dry. Most of the time, we let our hair dry naturally in the summer, but during the winter it is very common to appeal to the dryer since the warm air coming out of it is so comforting!
The lack of care at this time will reflect on your hair in the coming months and for sure it will take you a long time to get them back.
Hydration (and some other care) is essential to maintain the beauty of the hair in times of low temperature.
Avoid using the hair dryer excessively. It is more cozy and warm to dry your hair after bathing, but the dryer dries the hair even more. If you need to use the dryer, always use a thermal protector and let the air cooler.
Use an air humidifier. As well as being good for your airways, it will also do a huge good for your hair.
In winter, we use warm water in the bath than in other seasons, but hot water is very damaging to the locks. In addition to drying the scalp and stimulating the oiliness in the roots, it dries the hair. When it comes to rinsing the hair, opt for the lukewarm water.
Pack to moisturize your hair
1 tablespoon wheat germ capillary mask
1 egg yolk
10 drops of vegetable oil (coconut, avocado, argan or jojoba)
5 drops rosemary essential oil
How to make: Mix all ingredients. Wash your hair and remove excess water. Pass the mask and let it act for 20 minutes. Rinse well. Finish with conditioner.