5 Fruitful Tips to Say Goodbye to Your Hair Problems During MonsoonJune 24, 2019 15:39
Monsoon comes with untold hassles, especially ones that come with hair is vexing. Itchy scalp, dandruff, infections, lice, etc are pretty common this season.
Apparently, it is said that hair fall increases by about 30 percent in monsoon season owing to many reasons. But the one thing common in every hair loss issue is the lack of proper care. Most the time we’re not sure how to handle the speedy loss of hair and keep asking for tips from all our friends with long hair.
Here are five hair care tips to help you enjoy monsoon without worrying about going hairless:
1. Get shot of your regular comb for monsoons. Your hair is prone to breakage when it comes in contact with acidic rainwater. Go for a wide-toothed comb, preferably wooden. A wide comb is better for hair in any season and wooden combs promote hair growth.
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2. Don’t tie too much. Your hair is weak and brittle in monsoon. Avoid tying your hair when you have the chance. Try to open your hair the moment you reach work or class. Keeping your wet or damp hair tied will also create a stench and grow lice in your hair.
3. Try deep conditioning your hair on once or twice a week to get rid of hair frizz in monsoon. Oil your hair or use hair masks for an extra boost of nourishment. You can also make hair masks at home with things you can find in your kitchen. Things like eggs, bananas, and honey make great hair masks to combat dryness and frizz.
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4. Keep an eye on your diet. Your diet plays an important role in your appearance. Your body needs proteins in the monsoon to help your hair grow. Try to include things like dry fruits, nuts, seeds, meat and yogurt in your daily diet. A lack of protein is one of the main factors in hair loss.
5. Don’t comb your hair when it is wet. No matter what the emergency is, don’t do it. Your hair cannot take any stretching and tugging when it’s wet and will not tolerate aggressive brushing. Let your hair dry and comb it starting from the base, with your head facing down.
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By Sowmya Sangam