- Drink at least 1.5l of water per day - our body is mostly water and hair is no exception. If our body lacks water, various elements such as vitamins are not transported to the heart of the hair fiber.
- Do not rub wet hair. By rubbing them with a towel, the scales in your hair come apart. The scales no longer form an airtight protection and the core of your hair fiber dries out much more quickly.
- If possible blow-dry your hair in cold air. Hot air obviously saves time, but when we use a hair dryer, the air is not distributed evenly over the hair and parts like the ends overheat and dry out enormously.
- Avoid tying your hair too long to avoid drying out the ends. By attaching them, vitamins and minerals do not reach in sufficient quantity to the tips.
- In winter protect your hair under a hat or a scarf. In winter, the skin dries up quickly, as is the case with the hair. In the event of strong heat in summer also protect them under a cap or a straw hat.
The above information is for reference only.