9 Natural Remedies For Dry Hair


Home Remedies For Dry Hair

Dry hair occurs when your hair doesn’t have or get enough moisture which makes it reduce its shine and makes it appear frizzy.


This hair condition can affect men and women of any age, however, it is more likely to happen for older people.


Having healthy and moisturized hair appears as shiny and thick, which is the opposite of what dry hair is.


The hair consists of three layers, and when the hair is healthy, oil in the scalp will help protect these layers.


But if you have dry hair, the outer layer of your hair breaks down, thus making it look frizzy and dull.


This is a very common occurrence for anyone. There are several factors that can cause dry hair. This may range from weather to genetics.


Dry hair is more common in places with colder temperatures and low humidity or dry air.


Your environment plays a big role in the texture and appearance of your hair.


You will notice that when you’re in a hotter place, your hair tends to be straighter and shiny, but if you go to colder places, your hair becomes dry and frizzy because colder air has less moisture than places with warmer temperatures.



Weather


This is one of the most essential factors in hair. The colder the weather, the drier the air and vice versa.


Colder temperatures strips of any moisture in your hair as well as making the hair brittle, dull, and prone to split ends.


Medication


There are certain medications that can cause dry hair, especially when taken daily. These include antidepressants, hormonal therapy, weight loss medication, and certain antibiotics.


Hair styling tools with heat


Hair styling is a great factor in improving your overall performance. And for women, this is a must, that’s why many women experience more split ends and dry hair than men.


Heat styling tools help create amazing hair looks, however, there is a consequence. These are hair curlers, dryers, and straighteners which can dry out and sometimes burn your hair.


This will mostly happen when you often use heat styling tools.


Hair washing


Washing your hair often, if you notice, will create breakage to your hair. Making your hair brittle, frizzy, and prone to split ends.


Dry hair as mentioned before, is caused by lack of moisture. But if you're washing your hair, especially when you’re using hair shampoos or products that have strong chemicals.


This will strip off all the moisture in your hair and cause dry hair and a dry scalp. Thus, over-washing your hair is not a good thing.


Chemical styling


Similar to heat styling, chemical styling also damages your hair. These include coloring, chemically straightening, perming, and curling your hair.


Simply putting chemicals on your hair even shampoo can strip off moisture, what more if it’s chemical styling?


This is as worse as heat styling, as mentioned before. This is because frequent coloring and chemical styling, makes your hair brittle and very dry.


Thus, this is most common in people who love coloring or straightening their hair.


Genetics


This is inevitable if you have it due to your genes. The only thing you can do for your hair, is use organic hair products and moisturizers. It is best to use hair products with less chemicals that can damage the hair.


Dry hair is a very mild and harmless condition, which is why this is very manageable at home through the use of natural remedies:


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Yogurt Hair Masks

Natural Remedies For Dry Hair

Have you ever imagined yogurt on your hair? Well, based on anecdotal evidence and tradition, yogurt can help promote strong and healthy hair.


This is due to the lactic acid in yogurt which helps cleanse the scalp, hair growth, and clears away dead skin cells.


The most popular use for yogurt in hair is a hair mask. People use hair masks to treat damaged hair caused by the scorching sun, air pollution, weather, hair products, hair styling tools, and the environment.


Just start by drying your hair then just apply a plain yogurt mask from the roots of your hair to the tips of your hair.


Leave the mask for about 20 to 30 minutes and cover it with a shower cap. Rinse your hair with warm water or apply a mild shampoo after rinsing the mask.


Coconut oil

Dry Hair Remedy

This is a popular cooking oil for many people in tropical countries. Well, this can also be used for your hair, and has been used for centuries as a natural hair conditioner and shiner.


Coconut oil is the richest source for medium-chain fatty acids which are essential and moisturizing for the body.


This has a high uric acid content — this naturally occurs from breast milk. Coconut oil is essential for treating dry hair because:


Great moisturizer - This is one of the most popular natural moisturizers you can get which is also very effective in treating dry skin and hair.


This is due to the rich lauric acid in coconut oil which easily penetrates the hair.


Prevents protein loss - Since coconut oil contains high levels of lauric acid, when applied on the skin or hair, it is able to penetrate deep into the hair and can help in preventing protein loss.



Hot Oils

Dry Hair Treatment At Home

Plant-based oils like olive oil, almond oil, jojoba oil, coconut oil, and castor oil treatments work by giving the hair an extra layer of protection, which will help strengthen and protect your hair.


One of the most popular remedies for hair is olive oil. Almost all the oils mentioned are rich in antioxidants and Vitamin E.


Hot oils are beneficial for your hair due to a number of reasons: reduces dryness on the scalp and hair, reduces frizziness, reduces split ends, increases hair strength, as well as, increases blood flow on the scalp.


To make this remedy, warm up half a cup of the oil you prefer and gently massage it on your hair for a few minutes.


Then you fan cover it with a towel and leave for 30 to 45 minutes or much better if it’s left overnight. After this, you can already rinse the oil thoroughly, then apply shampoo and rinse.


Before trying this remedy, make sure that the oil you chose is right for your scalp, especially for people with sensitive skin.


Try doing a skin test first, before applying a hefty amount on your hair.



Make Dietary Changes


Eating foods that are high in omega-3 and antioxidants creates a healthier and shinier set of hair,


Here are several foods that you must include in your diet when you have dry hair:


  • Fatty fish like salmon, mackerel, sardines, and tuna

  • Oysters

  • Blueberries

  • Tomatoes

  • Walnuts

  • Broccoli

  • Kidney beans

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