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Choosing Hair Products to Prevent Breakage

Do you have frayed hair and split ends?

Have you ever looked at your hair and wondered, “what happened?”

If your hair has become dry and brittle, the shaft can break much easier, making your hair appear damaged and thin.

You may be able to help yourself out by using products that are good for you, and by being gentle in your routine. Most men and women will face this issue at some point in their life, and for the most part, this problem can be solved by keeping your locks hydrated. With a handful of TLC you can have healthy hair that love’s you back.

Hair Products for Healthy Hair

Organic shampoos are the best thing for your hair. Look for the brands with replenishing oils like shea butter, argan oil or coconut oil, which will help to keep your hair hydrated and healthy.
Don’t over shampoo, and avoid Sulfates, because they beat the oils out of your hair, leaving it dry and weak. This is especially true for people with curly hair, as it takes your own natural oils longer to reach to the tips. 

And when it comes to drugstore shampoos, always read the ingredients.

Some big brands will have coconut oil in their products for marketing reasons, but the benefits will be buried underneath a handful of other harmful ingredients, including parabens.
And box dyes? Dont even!

The harsh chemicals and h2 ingredients may actually do you some harm. It’s always best to see a professional when it comes to changing your hair color.

Products to Moisturize Your Hair

Obviously, you need to hydrate.

Conditioner is supposed to replenish the oils that your hair loses when you shampoo. Cheap conditioners will usually contain silicones, which do nothing but coat your hair, only giving the appearance of softness. Like shampoo, you want to use a conditioner that contains “happy ingredients,” and is silicone free.

There are also many DIY hair masks online that can give you an extra boost of hydration. Products such as Moroccan hair oil can become a big support system for maintaining your hair’s health.
 

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