How To Give Dehydrated Hair A Boost Of Moisture

Written by Chandni GhoshOct 26, 2017
When you have dehydrated hair, bad hair days are an everyday phenomenon. Signs of dehydrated hair? This is when your hair feels extremely dry, frizzy and brittle. Know what that leads to? Hair breakage and hair loss! Moreover, it also means that your scalp is unable to produce enough oil and you’re doing absolutely nothing to correct that. But if you’re reading this now and wish to take control of the situation, here are some hair care tips that will help repair dehydrated hair...

Use moisture-inducing products

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If you have dehydrated hair that is full of split ends, it means your hair is in dire need of a hydrating shampoo and conditioner that will lock in the moisture in your scalp. We suggest using the Dove Oxygen Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner for that kind of nourishment. The shampoo is made with Oxyfusion Technology and has a lightweight texture—just what your hair needs if you’re also suffering from hair thinning due to dehydrated hair. Its oxygen-infused conditioning ingredients will moisturise your hair and add 95 per cent body and fullness. Follow this up with the conditioner that will make your tresses smooth as ever.


Try an oil enriched shampoo and conditioner

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We can’t stop underlining the fact that oil is crucial to dry and dehydrated hair. When your scalp isn’t producing enough sebum or your hair is turning dry because of the weather conditions, you need a good dose of oil. Do so by embracing a hair care routine that consists of the TRESemme Keratin Smooth with Argan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner. Targetted towards smoothening hair, this range contains the ever enriching argan oil that will fight frizz and make your hair stronger and shinier!


Try a deep conditioning hair pack

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If you’re more of a naturals lover, then make sure you rely on yoghurt to give your tresses that boost of moisture. Curd has both zinc as well as protein—nutrients that are crucial to hair health. While zinc stimulates blood circulation in your scalp, protein makes your hair stronger. Prepare a yoghurt and oil hair pack. Add ½ cup plain yoghurt and 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Mix this in a blender and apply it all over your tresses. Wash off after 20 minutes. Doing this as a part of your hair care routine at least twice a week will show best results as far as dehydrated hair is concerned.


Eat right

Eat right

If your scalp isn’t producing enough oil, it might also mean that you aren’t consuming foods that induce moisture and benefit your hair growth. Rely on foods rich in protein like eggs, tofu, soya and chicken. Moreover, try eating foods rich in fatty acids that will help make your hair stronger and hydrated. So make sure you consume fresh fish such as tuna, mackerel, salmon and sardines if you truly wish to get rid of dehydrated hair.

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