Getting healthier hair doesn’t have to be a hassle. There are many steps you can take to make hair shiner, smoother, softer and overall much healthier looking. Below are just three of the simple steps you can take today to get healthier looking and feeling hair.
Many people do not realize how much their diet can affect their hair health. Everything you put into your body affects how your hair grows and looks. If you only feed your body sugary high calorie snacks and foods your hair and even your skin may suffer. Hair nourishes when it is fed healthy ingredients filled with vitamins and minerals. Fruits and vegetables are the best way to get the right nutrients in your diet. They are filled with healthy vitamins and minerals that helps the hair to grow longer and stronger and also help make it look shiner. By filling your body with healthy foods such as apples and broccoli your hair, skin and even nails will look better.
Use Chemical Free Products
Many cleansers and products are filled with harsh chemicals. They can strip your hair of essential oils and make hair look dry and damaged. Try using products without harsh chemicals like sulfate. One of the best sulfate free washes is the WEN hair By Chaz Deep Cleansing Conditioner. Not only does this product clean the hair but it conditions it at the same time. Simply apply it to wet hair allow it to sit for a few minutes and rinse and still as normal. Wen offers tons of great chemical free products for softer shiner hair.
Add Some Moisture With A Mask
Hair often becomes dry and damaged because it is lacking in moisture. This can be caused by a variety of reasons including environment, diet, products you use and a variety of other factors. To add moisture back into the hair try using a hair mask. One of the best masks is the Wen By Chaz intensive moisture treatment mask. The mask helps to smooth split ends, soothe damaged hair and add moisture to dry hair. Simply apply the mask to clean wet hair and allow it to sit for 20 to 30 minutes. Rinse the mask and style hair as normal.