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Take care of your Hair this Rainy Season | Tips |

29th December 2021
"We love rainy seasons but the rainy season may bring plenty of hair and scalp problems with it."

We love rainy seasons but the rainy season may bring plenty of hair and scalp problems with it.

Because today's environment is polluted, the rain that falls is not clean, but instead contains carbon dust and pollution. Hair is sensitive to absorbing hydrogen and creating bonds, causing it to become frizzy.

Here are some tips to take care of your hair during the rainy season: 

Keep Your Hair Dry

The humidity level is already high during the rainy season so you need to take extra precautions to keep your hair dry. Excess moisture may weigh your hair down and make it limp.

Moreover, make sure your hair is completely dry after shampooing, and then comb it with a broad-toothed comb before leaving the house.

Hair is more prone to breakage and damage when it is wet. Try tying your hair with a scarf or another basic hair item. It protects the hair from the sun while also preventing it from getting wet.

Avoid chemicals

Excessive humidity is a result of monsoons, which causes hair to become dull, brittle, and frizzy. This frequently results in an oily scalp and dandruff.

Moreover, it’s best to avoid hair styling and chemical treatments on a regular basis. It's also critical to always condition your hair after shampooing it.

This promotes the recovery of all lost nutrients and the restoration of hair's smoothness.

Avoid getting wet in the rain

Pollutants in rainwater weaken your hair and cause it to lose its natural shine and beauty so you need to stay away from it. Rainwater is frequently acidic or contaminated, which can damage your hair.

To protect your hair from the impacts of the rain, use a waterproof pullover or scarf.

If you can't prevent coming into touch with rainfall, make sure you use a decent shampoo to thoroughly clean your hair from root to tip, as well as a conditioner on the length of your hair to replace any lost nutrients.

Warm Hair Oil

In the rainy seasons, using warm hair oil massages, followed by hair wash and conditioning, is the best way to take care of your hair. This makes the hair softer and easier to handle.

Also, you can massage Aloe Vera gel into the scalp and hair to relieve dandruff, split ends, and other hair-related issues.


During the monsoon, short hair is simpler to manage and remain healthy. A haircut is a simple approach to relieve the tension of hair care.

This is the greatest moment to cut your hair short if you've ever wanted to but were concerned. Moreover, long hair is prone to being pulled and falling out more.

So trimming your hair ends will help eliminate any damaged or split ends, allowing your hair to grow faster.

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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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Foods that nourish your skin and hair

28th December 2021
"What do your skin and hair say about your health?"

What do your skin and hair say about your health? Eating well with a wide variety of nutritious foods is key to being healthy inside and out and also promotes good health overall.

Try adding the following foods to your diet to help keep your skin and hair at their best and keep your body in beautiful health along the way:


Skin, hair, and nails are made mostly of proteins. Keratin, collagen, and elastin are proteins that keep skin looking healthy and provide strength and elasticity.

Most of us eat plenty of protein from meat, chicken, fish, eggs, legumes, and dairy foods so it is not always necessary to take a protein or collagen supplement.

Instead, get the best results by eating skin-boosting protein-rich foods regularly throughout your day as part of a healthy, balanced diet.

Healthy Fats

Fats provide the nourishment required for cellular repair and growth, so be sure to include a daily dose of fat-containing foods such as sunflower seeds (which are also rich in beneficial minerals for keratin formation) and nuts, extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, full-fat dairy if you tolerate it, coconut milk, fatty fish, and avocados.

Veggie variety

Fresh, colorful, and organic vegetables and fruit contain a medley of antioxidants that benefit hair, skin, and nails, as well as most other systems and organs in the body.

Include green and colorful foods with practically every meal if you can, including greens like spinach, kale, arugula, or lettuce for the base of daily salads with other varieties as toppings, and include fresh fruit as healthy snacks between meals.

Coconut oil

Coconut oil is not only rich in healthy fats, but also contains anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties and, aside from providing nourishment to your skin and hair, creates a healthy coating to nourish your nails.

Apply a generosity to your fingers and/or toes, and be still for about 5-10 minutes while it penetrates to nourish the nails and cuticles and clear out any harmful toxins.

Repeat regularly for optimal results.


This one sounds simple and it is. Good hydration is not only essential for concentration, energy levels, gut health, and overall wellbeing, but it’s also good for your skin too.

For well-hydrated skin, hair and nails drink plenty of water.

Be sure to drink at least 1.5-2L of fluid per day, more if it’s hot. Making a cup of tea helps too — black, green, and white tea contains flavonoids which help to protein skin hydration and condition and protect against UV damage.

Nuts and seeds

Including almonds, cashews, walnuts (and more) as well as seeds in your diet is a great way to help your hair, skin, and nails.

Nuts are a good source of protein, vitamin E & B vitamins.

Nuts, particularly walnuts and seeds like linseed are great sources of omega-6 fats as well.

Grab a handful as a snack or spread natural nut butter on your toast in the morning.

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