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Healthy Summer Hair

 

 

The sun shines brightly and the weather is lovely. What could be better than lying in the sun and enjoying the weather. It is important to take good care of your hair and to handle the sun wisely. Here are some tips for summers and healthy hair .

Food
In the first place, it is important to eat healthy. In the spring you often lose a bit more hair than in the rest of the year. These may help your ent watch g and enough to eat iron. For example, iron is found in spinach, turkey, legumes and red meat. It is also important to take good care of your hair by using the right shampoo . Therefore use a light shampoo. Give your hair peace and do not use a straightener for a while. In the summer a natural look is the most beautiful and your hair can be relaxed.

Water
Furthermore, it is of course wonderful to look for cooling in the water on hot days. Keep in mind that sea water is not good for your hair. The salt in the seawater affects your hair bark. Make sure that your hair is not too long in the seawater and rinse it right after swimming well. The last tip for beautiful summer hair is the use of cod liver oil. A hair mask of cod liver oil provides softer hair and is rich in omega 3 and vitamins A and D. It must take an hour but is as a benefit for your hair.

There are so many different shampoos on the market that choosing is often difficult. Because which shampoo is the most suitable?

Choice of shampoo

The choice of a suitable shampoo depends on your hair type, your scalp, your fragrance preference and of course the price.

If you are allergic, it is wise to choose a shampoo that is easy to make, so with few additives.
If you have sensitive skin (dandruff or eczema) choose an extra mild shampoo.
If you have no problems with your scalp then you can choose a shampoo with added properties such as extra volume and more shine.

 

 

 

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