How to treat your hair in the winter with Natural World
Start with having good hair habits:
1- Avoid using chemicals which damage the outer layer of your hair, removing the good oils and minerals. Our natural world hair range are 95% derived from natural ingredients and are parabens, phosphates, phthalates and dyes free.
2- Wash your hair with lukewarm water and rinse them with cold water.
3- Dry your hair naturally or with cold air.
Dry Hair do’s and don’ts:
1- If you have dry hair, nourish them with the Argan Oil, Coconut, Keratin shampoos which will bring all the food your hair needs and especially during harsh weather which tends to damage the outer layer.
2- Smooth them with Argan Oil, Coconut or Keratin conditioners which will leave your hair all shiny and soft. Leave it on your hair for 3 minutes minimum. Brush gently with a wide tooth comb and rinse.
3- Put some Argan or Coconut Hair oil twice or three times a day on your ends to protect them from harsh weather and deeply nourish them.
Normal or Greasy Hair do’s and don’ts:
1- If you have normal or greasy hair, wash them with the Chia Seed Oil shampoo, which will give them volume without weakening them.
2- Smooth them with the Chia Seed Oil conditioner, which will nourish them. Leave it on your hair for 3 minutes minimum. Brush gently with a wide tooth comb and rinse.
3- Put some Chia Seed Hair oil on your ends to protect them from harsh weather without greasing too much as it would be the case with the Argan or Coconut oil.
Then, keep an eye on what you eat:
1- Incorporate vegan proteins into your diet such as walnuts, almonds, broccoli, beans, oats, quinoa, lentils or pumpkin seeds.
2- Iron which prevents your hair from falling, is found in lentils, spinach, broccoli, kale and green salads.
3- Take a lot of Vitamin C, E and A. Vitamin C is an antioxidant boosting your immune system and which will therefore help absorb iron. It also produces collagen, essential to strengthen your hair. You can find it in blackcurrants, blueberries, broccoli, guava, kiwi fruits, oranges, papaya, strawberries and sweet potatoes. Nuts are also a huge source of Vitamin E to protect your hair. Vitamin A is to help your bod produce sebum, essential to regulate your scalp. You can find it in yellow/orange vegetables such as carrots, pumpkins and sweet potatoes.
4- Omega-3s are an important part of the scalp and provide the oil that your hair needs to stay healthy and hydrated. You can find them in avocado, pumpkin seeds and nuts.
5- Take zinc and selenium, which are essential to provide minerals and to prevent hair loss and dry scalp.