Winter can do a number on your hair. Dry air, snow, rain, indoor heating, the list is long and tiresome, just like your hair these days. If you don’t want to throw in the towel and wear a hat every day, or you have been wearing a hat every day and people are starting to talk, it’s time to breathe some life back into your hair care.
Remedy dry, brittle hair with Photo Huile D’Ales Intense Hydrating Oil Treatment. Unlike many of the oil treatment hair care products on the market, this specialized blend of castor plant oil and essential oils is water soluble. No worries of oily residue or flat, greasy hair. Follow up with Phytonectar Ultra Nourishing Shampoo and finish your moisturizing hair treatment with Phyto 7 Daily Hydrating Botanical Cream leave-in conditioner.
If you like to change your hair color from time to time (or maybe every other month, like me) go for a color-care regimen. My favorite line of color-friendly hair care is now available, along with many other salon quality hair care brands, at Vitacost.com. Matrix Biolage Color Care Shampoo and Conditioner has been my favorite defense against faded and dull color for years, and now I can take advantage of Set & Save to make sure I never get stuck searching my travel bag for remnant hotel shampoo. Matrix Biolage also has a long-lasting styling foam specially formulated for maximum hold while still allowing for natural flexibility.
For those of you looking for organic products with salon-quality performance, try DermOrganic Shampoo with Argan Oil. It’s sulfate free, paraben free, color safe and vegan. Pair with DermOrganic Masque with Argan Oil for intensive hair repair during the harsh weather of the winter months. To protect and nourish your hair, work DermOrganic Leave-In Treatment with Argan Oil into towel-dried hair, blow dry, then style for shiny, healthy hair.
Whatever your hair-care needs, don’t let your hair go untamed or lie there lifeless and flat. Because as cute as that new hat may be, you’re going to have to take it off some time, and you don’t want to be frightened by what you find underneath.