Keep Your Hair and Scalp Healthy with These Tips

Hair is probably one of the first things that get noticed when you introduce yourself, so bad hair days are a definite no-no! Ever wondered how to get smooth, shiny hair that you see in all those commercials? Do you think you’re caring for your scalp so you can maintain healthy locks? Check out these tips to get you started.

  1. Wash your Hair Regularly

    This ensures that your hair and scalp are free from dirt and excess oil. Washing your hair gives you that refreshed feeling and gives you clean hair to style and play around with!

    Since wet hair tends to be prone to breakage, brushing is not recommended. Use a wide-toothed comb instead to gently smooth out tangles. Take note that it's normal to experience a little hair fall because the average person loses about 100 to 150 strands of hair per day. Keep hair fall to a minimum by using a brush with round-tipped bristles on dry hair.

    Hot water can strip away the hair's natural layer of oil. To maintain its natural shine, avoid using hot water to wash your hair. Use lukewarm or cold water instead to preserve your hair's glow.

      2. Dandruff Treatment

      Dandruff is a scalp condition wherein flakes of dry skin peel off the scalp. Using an anti-dandruff shampoo is an effective way to combat this problem. Reach for a product with natural ingredients - the Satinique™ Anti-Dandruff Shampoo contains vitamin E to retain scalp moisture, avocado blend to prevent scalp flaking, and zinc pyrithione that contains antifungal and antibacterial properties that provide relief from scalp itchiness.

        3. Preserving Vibrant Hair Color


      If you've just recently dyed your hair, you should refrain from using heat-styling instruments during the first week of dyeing your hair. Heat exposure can hasten color fade, so it would be best to take a break from the curling iron and blow dryer for a while.

      After getting a dye, you should also wait for at least 24 to 48 hours before putting on shampoo to give the pigment enough time to settle. If you feel like cleaning your hair before the 24 hours are up, you may rinse your locks with water and scrub the scalp with your fingertips. Getting a dye-friendly shampoo can help your highlights last longer as well.

      Satinique™ Glossy Repair Shampoo has a sulfate-free formula that is gentle on color-treated hair and has been proven to retain color for up to 45 washes. This repairing shampoo also works for damaged hair. It contains grape seed and pomegranate extracts, which help moisturize and strengthen the hair strands. Frequent use of this shampoo will help you achieve glossy hair.

        4. Watch What You Eat


        Want your hair and scalp to look stunning? Load up on protein for a healthier scalp and more resilient hair. This nutrient is responsible for the creation and repair of hair cells. You can get protein from nuts, peas, fish, and soy milk.

        To take good care of your hair and scalp, you should be mindful of the products you use and your diet. After all, hair care is essential for both hygiene purposes and nurturing your self-esteem.