10 Best Ways to Repair Hair from Summer Damage
Sun, chlorine, air conditioning and more can suck the life out of your strands -- use these tips to resuscitate them
Use swimmer's shampoos in moderationCutler explains that swimmer's shampoos (like Kiehl's All Sport Swimmer's Cleansing Rinse for Hair and Body, $18) are designed to break down chlorine, which is great, but that they can be extremely drying to hair. Use a hydrating shampoo and conditioner (try Aveeno Nourish + Moisturize Shampoo and Conditioner, $6.49 each) on the days you don't use the swimmer's shampoo. If you swim regularly and have blonde hair, use a swimmer shampoo twice a week. If you're a brunette, you'll likely only need to use it once a week.
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