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Are there natural remedies for frizzy hair?

Hair, skin and nails

Some tips to tame frizzy and rebel hair

Rarely are women happy with their hair: those who have curly hair would like it perfect straight, while those who can boast natural straight hair would dream about wavy and fluffy hair.

On one aspect, however, there is unanimous agreement: nobody likes frizzy hair.

Factors that can make hair dry and frizzy are several, among them are:

  • hereditary/genetic factors. One of the causes of frizzy hair is the lifting of cuticles scales that cover the outer part of the hair, often due to hereditary factors;
  • aggressive dyes and treatments. Perms and dyes with ammonia damage the external structure of our hair, which thus becomes brittle and frizzy;
  • hair straighteners and hairdryers. Overuse or misuse of hair straighteners and hairdryers at high temperatures can damage hair fibres;
  • physical factors. Too a restrictive diet, excessive stress or health problems are inevitably reflected also in the condition of your hair, which finally looks brittle and dull;
  • climate. Wind, excessive humidity or exposure to UV rays can dry out or alter your hair fibre, which is thus crisp and rebel.

10 rules against frizzy hair

Those who have naturally frizzy hair cannot expect miraculous results overnight. However, paying special attention to your hair every day will make you get a visible improvement of its appearance.

Here are some tips to combat frizz and have healthier and silky hair.

  1. Avoid shampooing too frequently and using aggressive products. If you routinely wash your hair almost every day, dilute the shampoo with a bit of water.
  2. Always use a conditioner, which helps tame and comb your hair. If you fear the conditioner can weigh down your hair, apply it only on the middle length, avoiding the roots.
  3. Rinse your hair with apple cider vinegar. At the end of washing, you can try to rinse your hair with one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar diluted in a large cup of lukewarm water.
  4. After washing, do not rub your hair too much with the towel to dry it.  It is better to just squeeze it with your bare hands or, alternatively, use the special hair salon towels, made from super absorbent fibres.
  5. Comb wet hair as little as possible, and when you do that, use only wide toothed wooden combs to avoid tearing and damaging it.
  6. When you dry your hair, opt for a level of intermediate heat and avoid keeping the hair dryer too close.
  7. Use shea butter . At least once a week (more frequently if possible), apply a pre-shampoo shea butter mask on the middle length of your wet hair, and let it stand for at least twenty minutes. Alternatively, you can also use jojoba or sweet almond oil.
  8. Argan oil on the ends. To tame dry and frizzy hair, you can apply a few drops of argan oil either on the middle length or on the ends of your hair. This oil, besides nourishing your hair, will form a thin protective film, which will limit the frizz.
  9. Always protect your hair when you expose yourself to the sun for a long time, to prevent it from drying out. It is advisable to use a scarf, a hat or a cap made from natural fibres.
  10. Limit aggressive treatments, such as perms or dyes. Try to reduce as far as possible the use of gels, sprays or foams, which, in the long run, may dry your hair further.

If your hair looks brittle due to inappropriate diets, deficient in vitamins and nutrients, you should first of all correct and rebalance the diet. Extra help in these cases can come with taking a specific supplement , plant-based and with nutrietns useful for promoting your hair health, such as horsetail, bamboo, copper, zinc, selenium and biotin.

Check out Dr Giorgini cosmetics and supplements with plants and nutrients useful for the health of your hair.


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