How To Rescue Heat Damaged Hair

How To Rescue Heat Damaged Hair

Learn how to rescue heat damaged hair with this simple guide

If you spend a lot of your time under the blow dryer and with a curling stick or flat iron, chances are that you may have heat damaged hair. Fortunately, these easy and simple tips will help restore your hair to a healthier natural state. Vinegar helps prevent split ends and frizziness and can either be added to hair as you rinse in the shower, massaged into hair before shampooing or you can soak your hair in a bowl of vinegar and water combined. You should also look at the label of your shampoo and conditioner and make sure that they do not contain a lot of alcohol, as this can be an immensely drying ingredient. Read 21 Best Hair Treatments For Healthy Hair for a list of products that will help rescue and rejuvenate heat damaged hair.

Shampoos and other hair cleansers that have a really high ph level can damage hair, so look for acidic shampoos with a ph between 4.5 and 6.7. Not sure if you found the right product? Run it by your stylist first. Food is also a great way to help rescue heat damaged hair, from avocados to eggs to olive oil. Just take any of these ingredients and mix into a bowl, then apply to your hair the same way you would a hair mask and leave on for half an hour. When you are finished, rinse out and follow up with a leave in conditioner. Check out 7 Habits Of Women With Perfect Hair for hair secrets that will help get you that shiny luxurious hair you have always wanted.

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