Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) December 07, 2013
Online beauty supply store NewVo Beauty responds to an article that shares tricks to treat damaged and lifeless hair.
According to the Inside Halton article published on December 1st titled, “What to do about damaged hair,” there are tricks and treatments that can be applied to hair that can help restore its natural strength and health.
If hair is dull and limp, chances are there could be product buildup, says the article. Buildup can be caused by hair care products, or even minerals and hard water deposits. To combat this issue, the article suggests using a clarifying shampoo. This can help strip hair of the deposits left behind.
Conditioning treatments are also recommended for those who have dry hair. “Make sure you choose a high-quality product, and after you shampoo, squeeze a small amount of conditioner into your hair, working it through the tips if split ends are a problem,” suggests the article. Leave on for 15 minutes and rinse.
After showering, the article also recommends using a treatment that adds proteins and moisture to hair. “Try a product like Keratin Complex,” suggests Sara Greenstone, a representative for online beauty supply store NewVo Beauty. “This product line focuses on adding proteins back to hair that have been stripped away by chemical processes or the use of styling tools. It leaves hair silky smooth and can help tame frizz. Try a weekly treatment, especially if your hair is very dry and lacks luster.”
The article also details how repairing hair and restoring it back to health is not a quick process. It takes effort and time, but the results are worth it. “Make conditioning treatments a part of your schedule - this way you keep up with it,” advises Greenstone.
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