Many tips and treatments for hair care and to keep our beauty unchanged even with the passage of time. From remedies for stressed or dry and frayed hair, to natural methods for greasy hair, to the beauty secrets revealed by hairdressers to have a shiny, strong, healthy and dandruff-free hair. You will also find DIY beauty recipes based on natural ingredients such as honey, lemon, nettle and other products that we can find at home, or in the professional hair products we find from the hairdresser (shampoo, machere, balms etc.) very useful and true allies for our beauty since even hair can be subject to stress. In particularly stressful times, in fact, the hair will tend to appear opaque, brittle and rebellious to the various types of fold. They are quite common conditions, also favored by the change of season, in which physiological falls and increased exposure to ultraviolet rays occur.
To the harmful effects of ultraviolet, when you are at sea or in the pool can be added those of salt and chlorine: the first dehydrated the hair and scalp, causes hair to lose shine and makes them more stubble, while chlorine degenerates the color. It is therefore necessary to resort to cosmetic products, used by hairdressers, for hair that help to maintain beauty, strength, vigour and extra shine.
In view of the sea, it would be appropriate to anticipate the most aggressive treatments by going to the hairdresser (e.g. bleaching) and choose a tint of about a darker tone, to ensure that the sun then completes the lightening process. To cover white hair, on the other hand, low oxidation colors with nutrient and protective compresses would be preferred, or pre-oxidized colors, consisting of molecules that do not affect the pigment and do not spoil the fiber of the hair. When in the city, your hair can be defended from stress by applying an anti-ultraviolet product based on silicones and amino acids, applied by the hairdresser, able to form an oily and soft sheath, antioxidant and protective color and brightness. The shampoo can be done daily, preferring protective and ultra-delicate products, for example with aloe or other extracts that hydrate and nourish the hair in depth, such as wheat germ oil or jojoba. Taking advantage of the shampoo, you can also practice a massage that stimulates circulation and apply conditioner, which helps to untangle the knots without breaking the hair fibers.
To conclude, it is good to always remember that the health and beauty of our hair also passes from a balanced diet. To keep them healthy and viable, in addition to drinking at least 2 liters of natural water a day and eating a lot of fruits and vegetables, it is important to have an adequate dietary intake of nutrients and extranutrients, especially amino acids (such as cereals, legumes, meat and especially dairy products), constituents of hair keratins. Two or three times a week you should prefer fish, especially omega 3-rich fish, such as sardines, herring and salmon.