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How Hair Chemicals Stop You from Getting Thick Hair

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Many products of today contain various additives, chemicals, etc. They all claim to be miraculous and boastful of its effects on getting thick hair. It’s so widespread, you practically can’t get away from them… Or can you? Do you even need to? Today, we’ll be looking at a couple of artificially-made substances used in hair products to determine whether they’re a friend or a foe. Continue reading

Common Issues That Prevent Getting Thicker Hair

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Hair loss can oftentimes be linked to fairly common, everyday occurrences; little things that end up ruining your look, without you even realizing it. The devil is in the details: so let’s have a look at some common issues that you might want to avoid if your concern is getting thicker hair again. Continue reading

5 Simple Hair Care Tips for Healthier Hair

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Oh, don’t we all wish for a magical wand which would make our hair shinier, smoother, longer, thicker and (sometimes) less gray? Unfortunately, such thing does not exist. However, the good news is – there are simple tips and habits that could help you achieve or get closer to your hair goals. Naturally. Whatever your hair problem is, there is a simple DIY solution or several solutions.

Here are five hair care tips for various problems.

Use Hair Vitamin Supplements

Maximize the effect of your hair care products by supplementing your hair with vitamins. If your nutrition is poor, there isn’t a product that can make it look great. CatalaseNow is a natural hair supplement in the form of pills.  It contains a range of vitamins, minerals, and herbal extracts, such as nettle root extract, biotin, copper, vitamin B6, fo ti, and the powerful antioxidant Catalase. It is designed to promote thickness and youthful look of your hair.

Get Rid of Dandruff with Coconut Oil

Dandruff is really annoying and hard to hide. Not only to hide but sometimes to get rid of. While there might be a number of reasons why you keep seeing these itchy, irksome flakes in your hair, one common cause is a dry scalp. You can easily combat dandruff caused by dry skin if you apply coconut oil to your scalp and leave it overnight. Coconut oil is known for its antifungal and skin soothing properties. Moreover, it is an ancient cure that has been used for thousands of years. No need for an expensive shampoo!

Clean Scalp With Clay Mask

Although there are hair products such as shampoos that contain clay, it is always better to stick to natural solutions. There are different types of clay. Clay is ideal for detoxifying and cleansing your hair and scalp from product buildup and toxins.

Buy a Better Comb

Is your hair damaged? Has detangling your hair become a chore? It’s time to buy a wide-tooth comb. It’s a must for anyone with longer hair! It will help you detangle your hair without breaking it, especially if the hair is wet.

Make a DIY Dry Shampoo

No time to wash your hair in the morning? Or have you decided to wash your hair less frequently? (Way to go!) Greasy roots make you feel and look bad and disheveled. However, you can still avoid getting your hair wet and using shampoo if you dab baby powder or any kind of powder onto your scalp before going to bed and brush it out in the morning.

Do you have any hair care tips for healthier hair?

Five Ways to Repair Damaged Hair

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We all strive to make our hair look great. We straighten it to look silky and smooth, we curl it to get luscious locks, we dye it in vibrant colors to match our skin tone. However, trying to have better-looking hair, sometimes we end up with dry, brittle, burned hair. It’s not easy to repair damaged hair, but the least you can do is prevent further damage and condition it inside and outside. We give you five basic steps to follow in order to repair damaged hair.

Blow-dry with care

Or don’t do it at all. Let your hair dry naturally from time to time. This won’t restore the beauty of your hair, however, it will certainly prevent the further damage and give your hair the opportunity to rest and grow out. You might think that your hair doesn’t look as good when it dries naturally, but damaged hair doesn’t look good either.

Reduce the number of times you damage your hair

Of course, blow-drying is not the only way to damage your hair. Any kind of exposure to high temperatures and chemicals, as well as vigorous brushing and hair coloring,  will just make the matter worse. If you cannot stop damaging your hair, try to reduce the number of times you do it. Switch to the darker and gentler hair color, with less hydrogen peroxide and ammonia, or just opt for a messy updo or a bun in order to avoid straightening/curling/blow-drying.

Protect your hair from the environment

Another way to protect your hair, apart from blow-drying it in a gentler way (or not at all) is to keep it away from the harmful sun rays, wind, salt water, cold temperatures, and chemicals. Whether it’s summer or winter, hide your locks under a hat, wash off salt and chemicals after swimming in the pool or salt water, and use sprays which protect your hair from the UV rays.

Nourish your hair on the outside

Desperate times call for desperate measures. Soak your hair in quality conditioners, masks, and oil treatments, but avoid products with silicone, as they will make your hair look better only temporarily. Put coconut oil in your hair overnight and wash your hair in the morning as usual, and of course, top off with a nourishing deep conditioner. This is also the time when you should try to leave the conditioner or mask longer than usually.

Nourish your hair on the inside

One of the best ways to restore your hair’s previous shine and repair damaged hair from the root to the ends is by providing it with the necessary nutrients, essential for the growth and maintenance. Nourishing your hair on the inside may give you long lasting results. Make sure you consume enough essential fatty acids, proteins, veggies, and nuts. In addition to that, it’s a good idea to take hair vitamin supplements, such as CatalaseNow, which contains a range of herbal, plant and mineral additives which may promote hair growth and strength.