7 Healthy hair hacks

Did you realize that your hair cells are the quickest developing cells in your body? This implies that they are one of the first to be influenced by poor eating routines and ways of life. At the point when our hair is in a helpless condition, it regularly brings about dry, dull, and powerless hair which can be because of dietary insufficiencies, unnecessary substance and heat exposure from products and styling just as well as wear and tear and over washing. For a healthy and sparkling look try these 7 simple tips.


Avoid Harsh Chemicals & Heat

Excessive use of heat like straighteners, curler, dryer and other styling machines which contains heat is harsh for the hair, also over usage of chemicals from products weakens your hair a lot. All this causes damage to hair, leaving it dull, dry, and brittle. Look for a natural shampoo and conditioner that is free from sulfates and other harsh chemicals. Avoid heat styling too often and always use a heat-protective spray to prevent damage.

Use Coconut Oil as a Hair Mask!

Healthy fats are important for your hair and using them directly on your is a wonderful way to add moisture and shine. Apply one tablespoon of extra virgin coconut oil to the lengths of dry hair, leave overnight (protect your pillow from stains!) then wash out in the morning with shampoo. Coconut oil will leave your hair feeling smooth and soft!


Get regular Trims!

Trims are really important even if you like your long hair, you need to get regular trims every month to remove your split ends that weaken your hair mostly.


Add more Protein!

For healthy and strong you have to make sure that you are getting a good amount of protein for your hair because hair requires protein to grow. Amino Acids form to create Proteins which are the basic building blocks of our cells and tissue. Includes legumes, beans, nuts, seeds, fish, lean meats, yogurt, cheese, tofu, and tempeh.


Use a Wide Tooth Comb on Wet Hair

Never use a brush on your wet hair it can damage your hair so use a wide-tooth comb on your wet hair to avoid damage. Once your hair is dry then you can use a brush, but once again be gentle, hold your hair mid-length while brushing the ends so that you don’t pull on your hair too much.


Avoid Over Washing

Washing your hair every day or too often can remove natural oil from your hair also it can make it dull and dry. Ideally, twice a week is a good amount of time and you can always use dry shampoo on the roots between washes if it starts to look and feel oily.


Eat More Healthy Fats

Healthy fats from coconut, avocado, nuts, seeds, and oily fish are great for giving your hair strength and shine from the inside out! If you are deficient in these essential fatty acids you may notice that your hair is prone to breaking and is weak and dull. Get more fats into your diet


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