5 DO’s for A Healthy Hair

Many will agree, the hair is considered as the crowning glory of every person. So, if you are looking for tips on how to naturally maintain your crowning glory, try these fabulous 5 Do’s for a Healthy Hair.

1. If you want to save bucks for expensive shampoo or fancy salon treatment, feed your hair with foods rich in iron and protein.Eating a variety of foods like leafy vegetables, fish, milk, yogurt and other foods rich in iron and protein will give you the hair that you always dreamed of. Chow on these nutrients to begin growing your healthiest hair ever.

2. Check the label and keep an eye on the ingredients of the shampoo and conditioner you use. Avoid products that could strip your hair – mostly these are products that contain sodium lauryl sulfate and other chemicals. I recommend using wen hair care products. What’s good with wen hair care? The ingredients used for this hair product includes natural botanicals and herbs and it does not contain sodium laurel sulfate or other harsh chemicals that can damage the natural beauty of hair.

3. Comb wet hair with extra care because they are prone to breakage. Comb hair as gently as possible from roots to ends and I suggest using a broad toothed comb.

4. Summer time is fun, especially when spending the entire day at the beach or pool. If too much sun will burn will burn your skin so it is harmful too for your hair. To avoid frizzy hair, protect your hair during the summer by applying a leave-in conditioning treatment to moist hair before hitting the salty or chlorinated water.

5. Are you one of those who wrapped hair with a towel? If so, never ever do it again. Why? Because it causes so much breakage when your hair gets caught in woven fibers especially when it is wrapped too tight. Instead of woven fiber towel, use a microfiber hair towel that is totally perfect to wrap your hair.

These are just easy and simple tips and tricks you need to follow in order to achieve a healthier, happier and more manageable hair. Take note, it doesn’t need to spend many bucks,  just be natural in caring your hair.

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10 thoughts on “5 DO’s for A Healthy Hair

  1. Nilyn Matugas says:

    I was never gifted with a nice, shiny hair! Mine is damaged, lol! Right now, I either schedule a hair rebond (like once a year) or if it’s not too presentable anymore, I use a ponytail. lol. We do eat veggies everyday so hope that helps. 🙂

  2. Michi says:

    I guess I’m okay with my hair. I don’t wrap my hair with a towel. I’m lazy to comb my hair too so I guess it helps because I don’t have split ends. hehehe!

  3. Berlin | Momi Berlin says:

    My mom used to tell me i had such beautiful hair. But when I was in grade 6, I felt envious seeing my classmates na kulot so I decided to have my hair permed. Since then, Nagtampo na ata si hair.

    Anyway, these are nice tips. Im too old na pero I didnt even consider eating food rich in iron and protein to protect my hair. Also, with a baby always running after you, i seldom comb my hair na.

    Now, I will take extra care na tlaga sa hair ko. thanks again for the tips.

  4. Roy Cortez says:

    Thank you for pointing out the specific ingredients that can harm our hair. From now on, I must always read the ingredient of Shampoo before buying. I’ll take note of that.

  5. Maan says:

    I stopped wrapping my hair in a towel back in college, when I noticed I was getting split ends whenever I do it often. I don’t actually know if there’s a connection, but when I stopped wrapping my hair, the split ends went away, too!

  6. Jasmijn Dennink says:

    Thanks for the tips! I agree that food is so important. I eat healthy but also stoped with washing my hair everyday. Now I wash it one time in the week and it is so healthy.

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