Do you often wonder why you still suffer from hair damage even though you’ve been eating all the right hair foods? That’s because environmental factors and stress levels can easily have a detrimental effect on your hair irrespective of the diet changes you make to your lifestyle. Since the festive season is all about trying out new hairstyles and flaunting the gorgeous you, here are some damaged hair treatments...
Are you exposing yourself too much to the sun?
 

Are you exposing yourself too much to the sun?

The temperature changes and the sun, which emits UVA and UVB radiation, can cause some serious damage to your hair cuticles. This will take the form of split ends or even discoloration and damage your tresses to a great extent.

Remedy

Since the festive season is all about looking your best, you don’t want your hair to be dull and damaged. To stay away from the harmful effects of the sun, make sure you cover up and wear a scarf or carry an umbrella. If possible avoid stepping out between 10-4pm when the radiation is the strongest and therefore, most harmful for your hair.

Is your hair damaged due to <a href=pollution?" title="Is your hair damaged due to pollution?" width="600" height="400" >
 

Is your hair damaged due to pollution?

Air pollution can easily be one of the biggest factors behind dry and damaged hair. Pollution carries with it toxins, dust and smoke, which can aggravate scalp conditions like itchy scalp or even dandruff causing your hair to become further damaged. Pollution causing your hair to turn weak thereby making it brittle.

Remedy

When your hair is exposed to the toxins in the atmosphere, you need something that will replenish the lost moisture in your hair. This is why you need to rely on the Dove Hair Therapy Dryness Care Shampoo and Conditioner. This range contains nutritive serum, which gets absorbed in your hair and provides optimum hydration. This eventually gives you nourished silky, smooth locks.

Are you stressed out?
 

Are you stressed out?

Did you know that stress has a direct relation with your hair turning grey? Stress damages the DNA in cells, which produces the pigment that gives your hair its natural colour. It also interrupts the growth cycle and that’s when you suffer from breakage.

Remedy

One of the best ways to reduce stress is by exercising. Since working out produces endorphins, which are feel-good neurotransmitters, it will automatically reduce stress in your body.