As it's winter, we need to look after our hair more as the conditions are harsher.
Here are some tips to improve & maintain your hair health & to prevent and stop hair loss...
1)Philip Kingley Elasticizer is amaaazziingg!!
2)Phyto Nectar oil Gel...Again amaaazzziingg!!
3)Oil your hair overnight...Olive, Almond, Macadamia nut, coconut oil are all brilliant.
*Another oil, which is really potent so should be mixed with another oil is Kalonji oil (Black seed) - this oil is excellent for hair loss, especially for hormonal/medication reasons.
*Mustard oil is really good too, but don't use it with the kalonji! They're both quite potent.
*Castor oil is a really good oil for hair too, but it's sooo difficult to wash out!!
*Jojoba oil...this is quite difficult to wash out too, but I love it though!*
*You can also make your own conditioning mask by blending half a cup of water with half an avocado, 5 drops of any oil you want, and 2 drops of Vitamin E oil (Just pierce a vitamin E Capsule).
4)When putting oil in your hair, RUB it in...so that your scalp tingles with heat!! This will activate the sebaceous glands and increase the blood circulation.
5)People lacking in vitamin B6 and deficient in folic acid find their hair falls out more. So check with your Dr if you can take these tablets.
6)A random one, which I've heard of but never tried is Lettuce & spinach juice! It is believed to help the growth of hair if taken up to half a litre a day. I think it sounds too yucky to try...If you do, let me know how it goes!! Lol!
7)Ok, these 2 are going to sound like WTF??! But trust me they work...
Rub either...Green Chillies OR (never together lol!) Onions into your scalp! These 2 will also activate the sebaceous glands and increase the blood circulation. Whenever my hair is feeling a bit thin, I just blend up some green chillies with coconut oil & Honey, and apply all over my hair, and its back to normal! Just make sure you wash your hair properly, and with COLD water!! Be careful if you try this one, I'm just recommending it...Use the tip, as well as all others, with COMMON SENSE lol!!
8)Your diet...Yep, it affects your hair, so just make sure if you're taking medication that you're also following a healthy diet...No point in taking medication then messing it up with bad foods!!
9)Try to wash your hair less, if you wash it everyday, cut it down to every other day etc...If you feel its greasy, or you have a fringe, just wash the front bit...(Sounds trampy right?! But I do it lol!)
10)Finally, use a GOOD shampoo and conditioner...I know that you get all sorts out there, but I do think spending money on shampoo and conditioner is important. Avoid shampoos that contain Sodium Lauryl Sulfate or Sodium Myreth Sulfate as these are really strong detergents, and can strip your hair. I love the Ojon range from QVC.
Enjoy your gorgeous hair...
Love from MyFrostedWorldXXX