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How to Repair Damaged Hair

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How to Repair Damaged Hair

Learn How to Prevent and Repair Damaged Hair

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Damaged hair is caused by a number of things. Changes in weather, stress, and excessive heat and chemical processing top the list of worst offenders. With so many damaging factors out there, your hair needs all the help it can get. Combat lackluster hair with these hair care tips.

Repairing damaged hair begins with a complete overhaul of your product regimen. When shopping for shampoos and conditioners, look for buzz words like dry, damaged, protecting, and moisture. Bypass the 2-in-1 formulas for separate cleansing and conditioning products. Consider using a leave-in treatment, post-shower, to further fortify hair. Most importantly, try to avoid heat styling at all costs.

The deep-conditioning treatment is a hair rehab must. Designed to infuse the hair with rich, thick moisture, deep-conditioning is your best bet to getting hair back on the right track. The process takes place in the shower. After washing your hair normally, apply the product from root to tip, concentrating on the middle and end sections, where hair is dryer. Tuck hair into a shower cap while you finish the rest of your cleansing. The steam from the shower will help your hair absorb the product completely. Leave the conditioner in for about ten minutes, before rinsing the hair thoroughly. You’ll notice an increase in moisture immediately.

In order to keep healthy hair in tip-top shape, be sure to schedule bimonthly trims, to rid hair of the excess weight of dry, damaged (and unsightly) ends. No need to sacrifice length; a few inches off the bottom will do the trick. Trust us—your hair will thank you.

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Thank you for the tips I leaned a few new ones. This comment has been removed.
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sometimes my hair gets really dried out depending on the season. or, on the flip side it gets really frizzy from moisture. So a deep conditioner is definitely a must have of mine. This comment has been removed.
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I've never thought to use a shower cap for my deep conditioning treatments. But that makes sense. Thanks! This comment has been removed.
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i have tons of split ends maybe this will help :) This comment has been removed.
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this is gonna be very helpful for me :) This comment has been removed.
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