Types of Hair Products and moisturize hair

Everyone uses some type of hair products, whether you use a simple,inexpensive shampoo, a designer product line, or specialized hair vitamins. Any chemical item you use either on or for your hair is a hair product, including:

Shampoo, Conditioner, Hair Spray, Hair Vitamins, Hair Color, Hair Gel, Mousse

Different products have different purposes, from basic care and cleanliness to damage repair, enhancement, style manageability, or medical treatments. Many different products are available in a variety of designer lines, including Pantene, L’Oreal, and Tigi.

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The Right Hair Products for You

Choosing the right hair products for your hair care and styling needs depends on the type of hair you have. Consult a salon professional for an evaluation and advice – you may not even know that your hair is overly dry or chemically damaged, for example.

Understanding your own hair can help you determine what types of products you should be using, how frequently you need them, and whether or not you should consider higher priced designer brands or if more affordable lines are strong enough to protect your hair.Most people require at least a basic shampoo and ordinary conditioner,but unless you visit a salon regularly you may be unaware of additional needs such as deep conditioning treatments, color-specific product lines, or available medications to treat hair loss or other hair-related conditions.

About how to Moisturize Damaged Hair
There are several ways to moisturize hair. The most common remedy is a daily conditioner. Daily conditioners should be used after every shampoo to replenish some of the lost moisture after cleansing. While conditioning will help detangle and increase the cuticle’s shine, inner core repair isn’t common with a typical conditioner. The following steps are necessary to get moisture down into the hair shaft, where the real damage lies.

Deep Conditioner Treatments: Deep conditioning treatments can be applied at home or in the salon. The number of recommended treatments vary based on the extent of damage, but a good rule of thumb is one deep treatment per week. A treatment conditioner should be applied directly after cleansing. Once applied, comb through the hair and put on a shower cap to lock in the heat from the scalp. Allow the deep conditioner to penetrate for at least 15 minutes. Rinse thoroughly and repeat as needed.

Protein: Protein is necessary to rebuild the hair and strengthen the cuticle. Protein additives are common in spray form and are generally applied prior to heat styling. Protein treatments should be applied after every shampoo. Over time, the added protein will help to beef up the cuticle and repair split ends , making it more resilient to abuse.

Oil: Oil is another common remedy for those seeking how to moisture damaged hair. Olive oil is a pantry staple that can be applied directly to dry hair and massaged into the ends and the scalp. For best results, cap the scalp with a shower cap and allow the oil to coat the hair as long as desired, preferably overnight. While oil treatments will not repair the inner core like a protein supplement, they will help to increase the shine and add a downy softness to the hair.

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