Spring Hair Care Tips – Curl Again


Spring Hair Care Tips

Posted by Rhonda DeYampert on

With Spring 2016 there comes daylight savings time, spring break, temperature changes, rain,  and hair care challenges that require a few tips before you go out to get that new haircut, color or style. Really, this is the ideal time to get your hair healthy, shiny and back in shape while you spring forward into daylight savings time! Try these helpful hair care tips and advice to make your hair shine again.

Remove Toxins From The Scalp

The key to healthy hair is a happy healthy scalp.  You can dramatically improve scalp health by massaging the scalp to improve blood circulation and lymph flow which will help to remove toxins. Regular massaging of the scalp can alleviate head and neck pain, migraines, itchiness and scalp dryness.  How? On wet hair: With your fingertips massage the scalp while applying your shampoo and apply slight pressure on the temples, eyebrows and the edge of the ears. On dry hair: Put your hands on your head, one to the other and press firmly while you slide your hands across the scalp.  Start at the neck and up to your head, and do this for about 1-2 minutes twice a week.  If you have done it properly, you can achieve even greater effect before placing a warm, wet towel on your head, to dilate blood vessels.  Just pour some water on the towel, wring it out and place it in the microwave for 30 seconds (making sure that the temperature is comfortable for you to handle). For a luxurious  relaxing spa treatment, and massage into your scalp using fingertips.

The key to healthy hair is a happy healthy scalp.  

You can dramatically improve scalp health by massaging the scalp to improve blood circulation and lymph flow which will help to remove toxins. Regular massaging of the scalp can alleviate head and neck pain, migraines, itchiness and scalp dryness.  How? On wet hair: With your fingertips massage the scalp while applying your shampoo and apply slight pressure on the temples, eyebrows and the edge of the ears. On dry hair: Put your hands on your head, one to the other and press firmly while you slide your hands across the scalp.  Start at the neck and up to your head, and do this for about 1-2 minutes twice a week.  If you have done it properly, you can achieve even greater effect before placing a warm, wet towel on your head, to dilate blood vessels.  Just pour some water on the towel, wring it out and place it in the microwave for 30 seconds (making sure that the temperature is comfortable for you to handle). For a luxurious  relaxing spa treatment, use your favorite oil and massage into your scalp using fingertips.

Tip:  Products made with Kaolin clay are known to remove toxins and add moisture to the hair.

Spring Hair Fall... Wait -- Whaaa?

Spring (and autumn) are seasons in which we lose more hair than usual. There is nothing to do about this hair loss. It is a physiological phenomenon which always occurs at the start of the season. But there is no reason for panic. You can stimulate the growth of your hair so that it remains just as full and thick as before. How? By making sure you eat food that is good for your hair.  Foods that contain zinc and magnesium increase keratin (seafood, lentils, whole meal bread, cocoa and almonds), iron increases the oxygen supply to the roots (parsley, liver and spinach), proteins will strengthen the hair (sole, tuna, ham, beef, and eggs). Foods high in vitamins from the B group promote proper hair growth (mushrooms and cereals). For even better results you can use special supplements for hair loss to increase hair vitality. And you would not think it perhaps, but rum enhancing properties. Add two tablespoons of rum to your mask to give your hair an extra boost.

Scalp Tea TreeMint Anti Itch Spray

Your scalp and is a living part of the largest organ of your body – the skin! It must be protected and there are several healthy, natural scalp and hair care products and solutions that will prevent your hair from becoming weak and ultimately breaking. Take care of you scalp by washing your hair at proper intervals (you know when).  If you have multi-ethnic or Afro hair, washing it every day can strip your hair of it’s natural oils and cause you to lose hair.  To help keep your scalp clean between shampoos, refresh your hair and scalp with a light refreshing cleansing anti-itch spray which can add moisture.  Remove buildup from the scalp (and distribute natural oils) by using a natural bristle brush. And, if you comb your hair, be sure to use a wide tooth come to detangle it by starting at the ends and working your way to the scalp.  Finally, if you need to dry the hair buy a good hair dryer. Choose a professional model with various settings for the speed and temperature!

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