1.Wash your hair with a conditioner- The most important thing you can do to keep your hair healthy is to use a good conditioner.
A healthy head of hair is at the centre of a beautiful look. But it can be difficult to maintain that gorgeous hair when it’s constantly getting wet and dry, dry and wet.
One way to keep your hair from drying out is by washing it with a conditioner. The best way to do this is by adding conditioner to your shampoo in order to get the most benefit out of this product.
2.Gently scrub the scalp- Use your fingers or a soft, natural bristle brush to gently rub the scalp and stimulate blood flow to the area, which will help hair follicles stay strong and nourished.
This will stimulate the scalp and increase circulation.
We start by applying a natural product to our hair before we shampoo it. These products are designed to cleanse and condition the hair. Then, we can use your fingers or a soft, natural bristle brush to gently rub the scalp and increase circulation.
3.Dry off your body after showering- This will help ensure that your shampoo and conditioner have time to penetrate into every strand of hair, leaving it looking shiny, silky soft, and smelling fresh.
A dry towel after showering is important for your hair and skin. Hair does not like to be wet, so it will soak up the moisture all day. This will cause your hair to dry out and frizz. If you have curly or wavy hair, a towel that is too wet can also lead to tangles and knots. Your skin on the other hand needs to be moisturized which means its exposed when you are not covered in a towel.
Some people will say that it’s not necessary to dry off, but they are wrong! It’s best if you use a towel as soon as you step out of the shower because this gives time for both shampoo and conditioner to work their magic on your hair before it starts drying off again.
4.Don’t overuse a towel- Overuse of the towel can cause
It is important to keep your towel clean. It is one of the most used items in your bathroom.
Overuse of towels can lead to bacteria growth in the fabric. The fabric will become moist and wet, leading to the growth of bacteria.