Most women have a love-hate relationship with monsoon—between the pleasant weather and the hair woes that monsoon brings with it—most women can’t decide how they feel about monsoon! As soon as monsoon hits, most women start fretting about hair issues like frizz, hair fall and more. Well, you don’t really have to let your hair issues keep you from enjoying the rainy season.

We don’t want the monsoon ruined for you and that is precisely why we have here a solution for all the monsoon hair woes that you might suffer from...

Frizz
 

Frizz

Frizzy hair is a nightmare and in monsoon, the problem doubles up, literally! To make sure you hair is well-behaved all through monsoon, we suggest you use the TRESemmé Climate Control Shampoo to wash your hair as the product locks in moisture in your hair which in turn controls the frizz and cleanses dirt gently, leaving your hair to feel soft and silky.

Hair fall
 

Hair fall

Ever wondered why you lose more hair strands when it rains than any other time of the year? This is because acidic rain water (thanks to pollution) and high humidity makes your hair weak and brittle. Treat your hair with a hot oil massage once every week to soften the blow of the rains. You can use olive oil or coconut oil to strengthen hair follicles and control excessive hair fall.

Dandruff
 

Dandruff

If you already struggle with dandruff, let us warn you that the problem can escalate in the rainy season. Avoid using heat tools and extra hair products on your hair and keep your scalps clean. Use an anti-dandruff shampoo like the Pure Derm Dandruff Protect Anti – Dandruff Shampoo to keep the pesky white flakes at bay.

Oily scalp
 

Oily scalp

Your scalp accumulates more grime and dirt in monsoon and again the humidity is to be blamed. Also, it makes your hair dry which leads to your scalp producing more oil to make up for the lost moisture. Wash your hair regularly and exfoliate the scalp with a hair scrub to deep cleanse your hair and avoid itchiness and dandruff caused due to it.

Damaged hair
 

Damaged hair

Your hair becomes dull and damaged due to the dirty and acidic rainwater and humidity! Swear by a proper hair care routine, balanced diet and hair products that suit your hair type and target your hair concern to maintain the health of your hair. Don’t brush wet hair and avoid extremely hot water showers, so the monsoon can’t wreak your tresses.