We often talk about the skin suffering from the vagaries of winter and we forget that the hair also suffers the consequences. Between the heating and the freezing temperatures outside our hair is abused, which makes it brittle, dull and dry. We therefore recommend special care so that they keep their shine and remain silky.
In addition to providing comfort and warmth, covering your hair is a habit to adopt to protect your hair during the winter period. Bonnet, scarf or hat, prefer a material such as silk or wool, which allows you to breathe so as not to suffocate your hair because this tends to increase the production of sebum.
Applying a nourishing and moisturizing treatment to your hair once a week is essential. As a mask over the entire length like the magic hair treatment from Mélusine Paris or as a specific treatment to strengthen the ends like vegetable Shea butter from the Karité Paris institute.
The hydration of the hair also depends on that of the body. Take care to drink enough water, we recommend a minimum of 1.5 liters of water per day.
Choose a shampoo adapted to the nature of your hair to maintain and strengthen your hair fibre. We recommend a natural and organic shampoo like that of biophytum. For rinsing, use lukewarm water; this is more comfortable and adds volume.
Like hydration, food is also essential for the well-being and health of the hair. In addition to eating a balanced diet, it is also possible to favor certain foods that are particularly good for the hair. Salmon is one. It is rich in omega 3, vitamin D and protein. These are essential nutrients for hair growth and strength. Other fish like sardines, snapper and cod are also great for beautiful hair. We also recommend fruits and vegetables, eggs, wheat germ or other cereals, almonds, seaweed or cocoa.
It is during the winter season that split ends appear most often. Unfortunately, there is no solution to repair a split hair apart from cutting. This removes the cracked parts of the hair and lets it grow back from a good base.
To prevent the hair from being dried out or electric, it is best to limit the use of heating appliances. To dry them, the ideal is to use a towel (in microfiber) instead of a hair dryer. In addition, it is also necessary to reduce as much as possible the use of straightening irons, curling irons, brushing, etc... These dry out the hair and make it fragile and brittle. If you absolutely must use it, apply a treatment that protects the hair (cream, serum or hair oil).
Brushing is essential to detangle and discipline the hair. It also helps to remove falling hair to better let others grow. The brushing method that we recommend is as follows:Start by brushing the tips and gradually move up to the skull. This loosens the hair and prevents it from breaking. In the choice of your brush, prefer a model with bristles with natural materials. For a softer gesture on the first pass, you can use a wide-toothed comb which will snag the hair less.
This operation consists of reboosting blood circulation in the head to allow the hair to grow normally without the cold interfering with its well-being. It also helps warm the skull and activate the sebaceous gland which secretes the essential sebum to moisturize the hair in a natural way. To do this, simply perform a self-massage on your head by making small circles with 2 or 3 fingers on the entire scalp.
Finally, to take care of the hair in winter, we invite you to favor organic care or homemade products. This reduces the risks with aggressive products. It is possible to select only ingredients of natural or organic origin for home-made solutions. For example, use shea butter, coconut oil or olive oil to nourish your ends.