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How to Care For Your Hair This Season

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Mon, Oct 21, 2013 @ 14:10 PM

A beautiful, shiny hair that is so easily manageable is everyone's dream… and with winter approaching it becomes even harder to get your hair the way you want it to be. As we always say, a shiny, healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp. So the first thing to do in order to get that glossy hair you want is to switch to a mineral shampoo with Dead Sea minerals that will nourish your scalp and keep it healthy.

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But in addition to the using the right mineral shampoo and even applying a Dead Sea hair mask, here are the big no-no you should try to avoid if you want your hair to look its best every day, and especially during the fall and winter time, when hair tends to get dryer:

Pulling your hair up with elastics

Elastics can cause breakage and even split ends. Try switching to hair ties or hair clips to save your hair from breakage.

Skipping conditioning

Don't skip this part if you want to have manageable, easy to handle hair. Jericho Dead Sea conditioner will help repair and prevent future damage to your hair.

Style your hair with high heat every day

Heat styling every day can take a huge toll on your hair. If possible, it's better to let your hair air dry a bit before using the blow dryer. In addition, don't set your blow dryers to the highest heat setting since really high heat strips your hair of the moisture it needs.

Washing your hair every day

Washing your hair everyday actually strips your scalp of the natural oils and moisture it needs to stay healthy. If you have oily skin type or suffer from dandruffs use Jericho Dead Sea Black Mud Shampoo for better results.

Brushing too hard or using the wrong brush

Always try to brush your hair gently, without causing any breakage. Also, choosing the right brush is important to detangle your hair with ease. Remember your hair is more sensitive when wet, so work gently and don't pull at the hair.

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Topics: Mineral Shampoo, Hair Care