Using Hair Treatments

Sun, heat, wind and environmental pollutants can all take their toll on our hair as their drying effects rob it of health and shine. The number one way of countering this is by using a rich moisturizing hair mask. Not only do these deep conditioning treatments replenish all of the moisture and oils that our hair desperately needs, but they help to seal the hair cuticle too so as to prevent future moisture loss.

Conditioning Treatments

Conditioning hair treatments are the holy grail of hair repair products. Packed full of oils, hydrating ingredients like yogurt and butter, along with various beneficial nutrients, a hair mask coats your strands and drenches them in moisture and restorative goodness. This treatment is perfect for all manner of different problems and can be essential for people of all hair types depending on the climate they live in. In summer, hot air and constant exposure to the sun’s damaging UV rays can dry your hair out and make it brittle and weakened. Winter isn’t any better, as the lowered humidity in the air can make your scalp dry, itchy and flaky, while stormy weather and thick jumpers, hats and scarves are all abrasive on our hair cuticles and can cause split ends

Hair treatments for different problems

 Benefits of  Deep Conditioning Treaments 

These can perform magic on damaged hair, but it’s important to make sure you are using the right kind for your particular problem. Whether a hair mask is essential for maintaining the moisture you need for your curly hairstyle or to fight a sudden blast of cold weather, these are the most frequent problems that can be targeted using a specific hair treatment:

Brittle or dry hair: Intensive hair masks for dry hair replenish the hair’s moisture reserves and restore the balance of natural oils.

Benefits of Protein Treatments
Whether you need a protein treatment depends on how you treat your hair. If you routinely color or heat style your tresses, then replenishing protein could be a game changer for you.

Chemical processes and direct heat can chip away at the hair’s outer layer, leaving gaps in the cuticle. Protein treatments help to fill in those gaps, revitalizing areas that are weakened. The result: your hair shaft looks and feels smooth instead of rough to the touch. When hair looks brittle and frizzes easily, chances are it’s lacking protein. Even if your locks seem healthy enough despite these processes, a monthly or bi-monthly treatment will help keep them strong.

Signs That You Need Protein ASAP
Try a protein treatment if you have any of these signs.

Loss of elasticity: Hair in good condition can stretch under normal conditions without breaking. Here’s how to test elasticity: Stretch wet hair and see if it easily snaps back without breaking. If it does, it’s in good shape. If it breaks easily, you need to increase the protein in your locks.
Serious damage: When hair has been overprocessed with chemicals, it can feel and look like seaweed when it’s wet. When dry, it may feel extremely rough. This isn’t regular dryness that black hair is prone to. Although black hair is textured, when it’s healthy, it’s still soft to the touch.

Severe breakage: Everyone sheds on a daily basis. But when your tresses break due to weakness, you’ll find strands of it everywhere—not just on your comb or brush but also on your pillow, on the back of your car seat, on your shirt, on the bathroom floor, and so on. It may make a snapping or popping sound when you comb it.