You might be living with the ideology that sticking to one range of shampoo and conditioner is ideal for your tresses. But have you accounted for the fact that the changing weather can also change the condition of your hair? This means the hair cleanser that works during the monsoons might actually do nothing for you in the winters. If you want to know more about why you need to change your hair care routine every season, keep reading…
What happens in the summers?
 

What happens in the summers?

The sun can literally fry your hair and make it rough and immensely dry. This is when you need a shampoo that’s intensely moisturising, detoxifying yet something that repairs a sunburned scalp. Also remember that it is during the summers that many of us go swimming—an activity where chlorine can do some serious damage to your hair. This is when you need a detoxifying shampoo that also fights UV rays.

We suggest using the Dove Dryness Care Shampoo and Conditioner

What happens in the winters?
 

What happens in the winters?

You might assume that a hydrating shampoo will help you even in the winters but the dryness in winters is completely different from the dryness in the summers. Winters are when your scalp is dehydrated and needs extra conditioning. Moreover, winters have static hair problems and your tresses can turn extremely frizzy during this time. You need a smoothening and softening shampoo in addition to something that seals in moisture.

We suggest using the Dove Nourishing Oil Care Shampoo and Conditioner

What happens in the monsoons?
 

What happens in the monsoons?

Monsoons are known to cause hair breakage and hairfall. Rain water is acidic and this is when you need a clarifying shampoo if you find that your scalp has been getting wet often. But if your hair feels under nourished and has been breaking, you need a cleanser that helps in making your hair strands stronger.

We suggest using the Dove Hair Fall Rescue Shampoo and Conditioner