How to Care for Dry Hair: 4 Simple Tips

How to Care for Dry Hair Dry hair needs a little more TLC than other hair types because lack of moisture makes it dull, lifeless, frizzy and brittle. To prevent hair dehydration and damage, you need to follow a few simple rules. So, how to care for dry hair and keep it looking healthy? Here are four tips for you.

Tip No. 1: Get Rid of Split Ends

Split ends happen when your hair becomes too dry, and they can’t be repaired, no matter what some hair products promise. The only reliable way to get rid of split ends is to trim your hair. After that, you need to use deep conditioning treatments that will restore and strengthen your hair shafts, preventing split ends from re-occurring. Such treatments usually contain oils and panthenol.

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Tip No. 2: Never Wash Your Hair With Hot Water

Hot water elevates the cuticle (the outermost layer of the hair shafts), making moisture leave the strands. As a result, your hair becomes drier and looks frizzy. If you wash your hair with hot water on a regular basis, no conditioner or mask will make it look healthy. The key to keeping your hair hydrated and frizz-free is washing it with cool or lukewarm water.

Check this out: How to Wash Your Hair

Tip No. 3: Don’t Blow Dry Your Hair Too Often

Blow-drying and other heat-styling methods (hot rollers, curling iron, flat iron) make your hair lose moisture even more rapidly than washing it with hot water. So whenever letting your hair dry naturally is an option, you should choose it. If you absolutely need to blow dry your hair, you should use heat protection products. They usually come in the form of a spray.

Check this out: Leave-In Hair Sprays by Dr. Sante

Tip No. 4: Buy Products That Are Specifically Designed for Dry Hair

Products for different hair types aren’t just a marketing ploy. Products for dry hair are formulated with ingredients that help to lock in moisture, repair damaged hair structure, and make the hair smoother and tamer. These ingredients include hydrolysed keratin, hydrolysed silk or vegetable protein, panthenol (provitamin B5), various oils, silicones, etc.

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