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Dead Sea Hair Care for Summer

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Wed, Jun 27, 2012 @ 13:06 PM

Summer time at the Dead Sea is one of the hottest seasons on earth. Yet even if your summer is slightly cooler, summer is not the best weather for your hair. The harsh sun light and moist air can cause more bad hair days then what you would like. Luckily, Dead Sea hair care by Jericho can help you with much of the dryness, frizz and other problems that can occur during summer.

The first tip for good summer hair care is to avoid direct sunlight as much as possible. Sunlight is not only damaging your skin but can also dry out your hair. Dry hair often results in split ends and damage. The breakage then leads to frizz and you really don't want that to happen to your hair…

To avoid frizz in the summer change your hair care routine and stop using any hot irons or blow dryers. Simply let your hair dry naturally in the warm weather and enjoy its natural texture.

Another great tip for summer hair care is to use a rich conditioner that will moisturize your hair and keep it hydrated, to prevent dryness.  Try using Jericho Balsam Conditioner , which moisturizes hair with all-natural extracts and oils including carrot, avocado, jojoba, olive, aloe extract and geranium extract. This abundance of powerful moisturizers offers your hair an incredible feel, flexibility and strength that protects your hair from breakage and frizz.

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One more typical type of hair damage during the summer months is discoloration, especially if your hair is color treated. The harsh UV rays can cause your hair color to fade rapidly, making your hair look dull and patchy. Try protecting your hair outdoors by wearing a hat. In addition, we recommend Jericho Mineral Mask for Colored and Treated Hair. This is a wonderful hair mask, enriched with Dead Sea salt and Jojoba oil. The mineral mask is designed to protect your hair from discoloration and keep it looking shiny and healthy. In addition, it corrects hair loss caused by exposure to excessive sunlight or chemical treatments, such as coloring, perms, or straightening.

 

Topics: Hair Care