Bad Hair Day? Keep a cool head
The prerequisite for beautiful hair is a healthy scalp. It is often given too little attention.
A healthy scalp is the foundation for healthy, shiny hair. The most important influencing factors that can lead to damage of the scalp and thus to itching and dull, lackluster hair:
Too little sleep
Too little fluid during the day
Too much coffee and alcohol
Too hot hairdryer air.
Residues of shampoos, gels or other styling products
Shampoos with too many additives, such as fragrances, dyes or preservatives.
Too hot water when washing hair
Combs or brushes with low quality
Water with high chlorine content
Intensive sunlight for too long
A high level of environmental pollution
Strong temperature fluctuations: From severe cold to the heat of heating
Looking at this relatively long list, it becomes clear that some factors are difficult to avoid in everyday life.
With simple means can do something good for the scalp
Even if you do not have dandruff, use a care product or shampoo against dandruff every now and then. These usually contain antibacterial and refatting ingredients that are good for the scalp.
Some agents are very aggressive and therefore counterproductive. For example, the Scalp Remedy Dandruff Solution from AVEDA with the active ingredients of rosemary, sage and echinacea is soothingly gentle yet effective. The product is applied to the scalp and can remain there until the next hair wash.
TO THE EVENING ROUTINE
Test good natural combs or brushes. You will feel which prongs or bristles are good for your scalp. As a last act before going to bed, get into the habit of stroking it through your hair to give your scalp a light massage.
With it, you stimulate the microcirculation of the scalp and thus remove at least parts of styling products such as gels, hairsprays, etc., which may still be on the hair.
It doesn’t have to be the proverbial 100 brush strokes. You can achieve a lot even with far fewer strokes.
SIEVER_S pro ton ic scalp tonic has three advantages: From the first moment of massage with this lotion, the scalp relaxes. The oil of Japanese mint contained in it contains beneficial active ingredients that prevent dandruff.
At the same time, the scent of mint oil has a cooling and clarifying effect. The ideal product when your head feels slightly cloudy or you want to keep cool on a hot day.
Since the scent is subtle, you can use it well while traveling and not have to worry about someone hitting you up for too strong of a scent.
In Ayurvedic teachings, warm oil on the scalp and hair plays a major role. A head massage with oil is easy to implement at home: Minimally heat coconut oil, tea tree oil or argan oil. Gently massage the scalp, hair and hair ends with the oil. Alternating more vigorous movements pleasantly stimulate the scalp.
The head massage is a good way to relax. It takes a little practice not to use too much oil so that it washes out easily the next time you wash. Ideally, the oil should be left on the hair overnight, although it is better to protect the pillow from excess oil with a towel.
The scalp and hair also benefit from the antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric. Therefore, enjoy a dish containing turmeric sprinkled with freshly ground pepper more often. Together with vegetables and protein, your body scores with it in many ways.
Hardly anything looks more glamorous than a great hat or an extravagant cap. You’ll find both at Fiona Bennett. And as soon as the sun’s rays appear again, a sun hat protects the scalp from too much sunlight.
FOR STRESS REDUCTION
Give yourself more mindfulness, enough rest breaks and your scalp a little more attention, because Bad Hair Days produce unnecessary additional stress, even if hardly anyone will notice it at the video conference.
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