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How to treat your damaged hair

13th December 2021
"Over styling, exposure to heat, chemical processing, and other habits can strip the hair of its moisture and natural oils, which can result in damaged hair."

Over styling, exposure to heat, chemical processing, and other habits can strip the hair of its moisture and natural oils, which can result in damaged hair.

To prevent those things from happening, or to repair your hair if it’s already damaged, here are some tips on them:

Get Regular Trims

Get your hair trimmed once in 6-8 weeks to remove or prevent split ends. Split ends when left untreated can cause brittle, dry, and damaged hair.

Even if you’ve been growing out your hair for what feels like forever, it’s important to get regular trims to remove dry and split ends.

Don’t Brush Wet Hair

The best time to brush your hair is when it is almost or completely dry.

But if you have tangles after washing it or after a swim, you can use a wide-tooth comb on your wet hair to restore order but make sure it has smooth tooth ends so you don’t irritate your scalp.

And as a general rule if you’re brushing wet hair, make sure you’re applying a leave-in product to help the brush glide through without any snagging or breakage.

Apply Hair Serum

We can’t stress enough the importance of serums. They protect hair from heat styling, control frizz, and leave a shine on your hair.

As a general rule of thumb, apply the serum to your hair and the ends. Applying it to the scalp can make the hair look greasy.

Hair Oils

When your hair is feeling extra-rough, such as after a dip in the pool, use a little oil to add softness back into strands.

Coconut oil is one of nature's fab products for your hair. It can penetrate the cuticle of your hair to repair hair damage.

Olive oil is considered an excellent moisturizing agent and can help replenish the lost moisture from your hair.

Don’t Wash Your Hair Every Day

Washing your hair too often can remove the important oils from your scalp too early before they get the chance to work their way down the hair shaft and nourish your entire length. 

For some people, too-frequent washing can cause damaged hair and a dry, itchy scalp. For others, infrequent washing can make the hair look greasy and lifeless.

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Tips to Prevent Hair Dryness this Winter

30th November 2021
"During the winter months, it is very important to look after your hair and keep it healthy."

During the winter months, it is very important to look after your hair and keep it healthy.

Healthy hair is known to be shiny with a smooth texture and clean-cut ends but sometimes during winter, we damage our hair which results in dryness with our carelessness and ignorance.

In this article, you will some solutions and tips to keep your hair smooth during winter.

Wear a Silk or Satin on your hair:

It is important to cover your hair during the winter months to shield it from moisture-robbing dry air, snow, wind, and rain. The elements dry your hair out, making it more prone to breakage.


Moreover, wool, cotton, and other fabrics can cause breakage as well, so make sure to line your hat with silk or satin to help prevent damage.

Lower the water temperature when you shower:

It’s cold and we all do is wash our hair with hot water. But do you know it causes damages to your hair?

Hot Shower

Even though a steamy shower might be just what you’re looking for when the temperature is below freezing, hot water can lose moisture from your hair making it brittle and causing split ends.

If is it really hard for you then wash your hair with lukewarm water and follow with a cool rinse instead.

Avoid Heat:

Winter is here and when we wash our hair our first choice is a blow-drying of a hair. Allowing your hair to air dry is best.

Avoid heat

Blow drying draws moisture out of your hair increasing the chance of breakage. Heat-free drying helps keep your hair safe, shiny, and healthy.

Even if you are short on time, try taking your shower in the evening so your tresses can dry naturally overnight. Embrace your natural hair and air-dry whenever possible.

Avoid frequent hair washes:

Remember over-washing your hair will strip it of natural oils that help to keep hair moisturized and protected. So if you’re someone who washes their hair every day, it’s time to switch things up.


This is especially bad in the winter when those oils are much needed. Try extending the time between your washes as much as possible.

You can also use dry shampoo because it opens up the hair shaft and brings life back to your hairstyle. It will also keep your hair smelling and looking fresh.

Use an oil treatment:

Restoring moisture with an oil-based hair treatment will be the best thing to do this winter.

Hair oil

Choose a lightweight leave-in formula with argan oil/ coconut oil to instantly remove dry, and damaged hair. Apply nourishing hair oil at the ends daily to help get back moisture and protect your hair.

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Home remedies to Prevent Grey Hair

9th December 2021
"Let’s not forget that grey hair is a natural process that cannot be stopped but there are some possible ways to prevent the chances of getting grey hair at an early age or even less grey hair during your old age."

Let’s not forget that grey hair is a natural process that cannot be stopped but there are some possible ways to prevent the chances of getting grey hair at an early age or even less grey hair during your old age.

Here are some of the home remedies that might help: 

Coconut oil:


Coconut oil help darken the hair. All you need to do is mix lemon and coconut oil.  

The combination of these two causes a chemical reaction that darkens the hair naturally over a period of time.

Alternatively, boil one cup of coconut oil. Add hibiscus leaves, almond oil, and methi powder to the mixture.

Cool and strain and keep it in a glass jar to apply at least 3-4 times a week.

Black tea

Black tea

Black Tea has caffeine which is loaded with anti-oxidants. While adding a natural dark hue to the hair, stimulates hair growth and strengthens it giving it a shine.

Treating your hair to a black tea rinse will not only help you get rid of grey hair naturally but also leave your hair looking shinier than before.

Make one cup of black tea without adding milk to it and add one tablespoon of salt to this mixture.

Now massage the lukewarm tea on your head, making sure that your hair roots are nicely nourished.

Let the mixture stay on your hair for at least half an hour, before washing your hair thoroughly with a good quality shampoo.

Almond oil and lemon juice


Almond oil has Vitamin E which is extremely beneficial for hair. It nourishes the roots and prevents premature greying.

Lemon juice not only adds gloss and volume to hair but also promotes healthy hair growth.

Mix almond oil and lemon juice in the ratio of 2:3. Massage well in the scalp and hair. Wash off after 30 minutes.

Amla Powder


Amla is a rich source of Vitamin C and has been used in Ayurveda for all kinds of hair problems.

Moreover, Amla is an excellent remedy for grey hair when mixed in coconut oil and applied to your scalp on a regular basis.

The best would be to boil some dried amla pieces in coconut oil and let it stand overnight.

 Apply this oil to your hair for speedy treatment of grey hair. If you want you can grate some ginger and honey in this mixture too.

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