Monsoon Hair Care Expert Tips By AHS

The season of monsoon has just begun and the craving to feel those refreshing droplets of rains is at its peak. Monsoon not only makes the city cooler but the joy of relishing ‘tea’ and fried food in rains is priceless! However, amidst all this fun what we tend to forget is the damage that rain causes to our hair.

Monsoon brings respite from the heat strokes and dreadful sun burns. But what it also brings along is frizzy hair, itchy scalp and hair loss. Hair problems become more frequent in rainy season. Rains takes away lustre of hairand besides hair fall, our scalp attains a tendency to develop a fungal infection making it itchy and full of dandruff.

Nevertheless, you no longer have to worry about yourhair during the monsoon, since Mr. Sanket Shah, CEO and Owner, Advanced Hair Studio, Indian Subcontinent and Middle Eastern Regionshares few useful tips on how to take care of your hair during monsoonto enjoy the magic of season and have stunning looking hair.


  • Style smartly:
    If your hair is giving you sleepless nights because of the monsoon, do not fret. Braiding your hair in this season not only protects it from the damage but also strengthens the hair follicles. Also the damp weather calls for the need to keep your mane dry at all times. Do not make the mistake of stepping out without an umbrella or the water proof hat which protects your hair during the season.


  • Eat Right:

Diet plays a crucial role in hair care and strengthensthe hair follicles. To show off a healthy mane, include things like salmon,eggs, nuts, kidney beans and low fat dairy products which are high in iron and protein. Spinach, carrots and dark green veggies are excellent for hair. Curd (dahi) is high in vitamin D and prevents hair loss.


  • Hair Wash Routine:
    Wash your hair 2-3 times a week. It makes the hair scalp clean and conditioning further prevents fungal infection. Use an anti-frizz conditionerto de-tangle hair. You can use a comb to spread the conditioner and rinse it with cold water. This helps in providing a shine to your cuticles. Tying wet hair is a big NO!


  • Tone down the use of hair styling products:
    We understand the need to use hair styling products for best looking mane. However excess use of hair straightening and curling rods is not advisable in this season. Using dryers can also prove to be harmful in monsoons.


  • Home Remedies:

For dry, frizzy hair, apply a paste of two bananas and honey and leave it for about an hour. This will help to moisturize hair and keep it soft. You may also apply lemon juice on your scalp for 15 minutes and then wash it off. This will ensure an oil-free scalp. Aloe Vera gel can be used to treat dandruff, split ends and hair fall  in this season as it restores the pH balance, reduces hair bacteria and relieves scalp itching.

With so many tipsyou can keep your hair protective during the season and enjoy the magical downpour without any worry.

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