How you wash your hair and the items you utilize can go far toward looking after smooth, sparkly hair. The changes which occur as we age, as well as an inadequate diet, stress, hair styling and lifestyle, can all have an impact on the normal health of our hair. Having long hair makes women more likely to be the recipient of male chivalry.


Follow these simple tips from dermatologists to maintain healthy hair.
1. Wash oily hair more frequently. How often you wash your hair should be based on how much oil your scalp produces.
==> If your scalp is oily, you may need to wash it as often as once a day.
==> If you have chemically treated hair, your hair may be drier, so you may want to wash it less frequently. 
==> As you get older, your scalp makes less oil, so you may not need to shampoo as often. But if you see flakes in your hair, you may not be shampooing enough. This can lead to dandruff and other scalp diseases.

2. Protect hair when swimming. Protect your hair from the damaging effects of chlorine by wetting and conditioning your hair before swimming. Wear a tight-fitting swim cap and use a specially formulated swimmers shampoo and deep conditioner after swimming to replace lost moisture.

3. Concentrate shampoo on the scalp. When washing your hair, concentrate on cleaning primarily the scalp, rather than washing the entire length of hair. Washing only your hair can create flyaway hair that is dull and coarse.

4. Use conditioner after every shampoo unless you use a “2-in-1” shampoo, which cleans and conditions hair. Using a conditioner can significantly improve the look of damaged or weathered hair by increasing shine, decreasing static electricity, improving strength and offering some protection from harmful UV rays.

5. Concentrate conditioner on the tips of the hair. Because conditioners can make fine hair look limp, they only should be used on the tips of the hair and not on the scalp or length of the hair.

6. Choose a shampoo and conditioner formulated specifically for your hair type.For example, if you color your hair, use a shampoo designed for color-treated hair. If your hair is damaged or chemically treated, consider a “2-in-1” shampoo. Regardless of cost, many shampoo and conditioner brands provide the same benefits.

7. Have a balanced diet. There are a few essential nutrients that help hair stay thick and strong. make sure your diet is well-balanced to nourish your hair from the inside out. Using topical products will only get you so far if your diet isn't healthy for your hair. Here's what you need:
  • Protein. Eat meat, eggs, nuts, beans, and other sources of protein to keep your hair healthy.
  • B vitamins. These are found in meat, eggs, and leafy green vegetables. If you're a vegetarian, you may want to start taking a B vitamin supplement.
  • Omega 3 fatty acids. Salmon, sardines, avocados, and walnuts have loads of this important nutrient.
8. Don't handle your hair roughly. Your hair will be more likely to break and fall out if you scrub it with shampoo, use hot water to rinse it and then scrub it again with a towel. Handle your hair with care at every step in your routine.

Note: If you have questions about caring for your hair, make an appointment to see a dermatologist (A dermatologistis the medical expert you should consult if you have any significant problem with your skin. Dermatology is the science that is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the skin, hair and nails). 

 
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