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Which is the best Hair care Products for Monsoon Season - Tressmart

by Sargam Dhawan
Which is the best Hair care Products for Monsoon Season - Tressmart

Monsoon brings a huge respite after the sweltering heat. Everything around us looks lush and green. Monsoon brings joy or can wreak havoc depending on your location and personal preferences. But one thing that’s universal is the fact that your hair needs extra love and care during the monsoon. As the rains draw near, so does hair damage, frizziness and hair fall. You need to take good care of your hair to eradicate problems that arise during the rainy season.

Different people suffer from different hair problems during the rainy season. Common hair problems and their solutions during the monsoon are:

Hair Fall: Hair fall is a major concern in the monsoon season. Hair fall can increase upto 30% during the rainy season because of increased humidity in the atmosphere, contact with acidic rain water, dry scalp and dandruff. Nutritional deficiencies, hair colouring and other chemical treatments can aggravate this problem further. Stick to a holistic diet, cut down on your caffeine and keep yourself hydrated with water. Oiling your hair is a must. Gently massage your hair with any plant based oil at least once a week for nourishment. Use a gentle, natural hair shampoo that is free of parabens and sulphates. Always condition your hair with a hair conditioner especially designed for hair fall.

Limpness: Another common problem one faces is keeping the hair dry because of the humidity in the air. The moisture in the scalp weakens the hair follicle strength causing the hair to appear dull, limp and lifeless. This factor can also lead to tangled hair which also leads to hair loss. Use a mild, vegan, volumizing shampoo and conditioner that is rich in antioxidants. Use a volumizing hair mask at least once a week. Use a hair serum that adds volume and shine to your hair. Pay attention to styling- tied hair can cause dirty rain water to hibernate in your making it limp.

Greasiness: The increased humidity makes us sweat more. This causes our hair to attract more dirt to the hair making it appear greasy, sticky and oily. Oily hair also has a tendency to smell terrible and is the perfect breeding ground for dandruff. Use a shampoo and conditioner for oily hair. Use a hair serum designed for oily hair. Oil your hair using a non comedogenic oil that gives the benefit of oil without leaving any residue, following this with a hair scrub to ensure the oil gets out of your scalp leaving it squeaky clean.

Bacterial Effect on Hair: Dampness increases the risk of infections, as it's the perfect breeding ground for harmful bacteria and fungus. This often leads to problems like itching and redness of the scalp. Ensure your hair is dry at all times. Blow dry your hair using a heat protector spray.

Frizz: The high percentage of moisture in the environment causes the hair to absorb hydrogen, forming bonds and swelling until the cuticle erupts, leading to brittle and frizzy hair that is prone to easy breakage. Humidity also robs the scalp of natural oils, leading to a dry scalp and weaker roots. Use an anti-frizz shampoo and conditioner. A leave-in conditioner is also a great option for frizz free hair. Use a hair mask at least once a week. Regularly oil your hair using natural, plant based oils. Use hair serums designed to control frizz.

But monsoon hair is really not the end of the world. However taxing all these problems are, we have all the solutions to tackle them. A few basic tips that should be followed for all or even one of these problems are:

● Use a brush that is suitable to comb out wet hair. There are special brushes designed for just this purpose. They are the perfect tool to not only untangle your hair, but they also cause less static.
● Drink plenty of water and eat a protein rich diet along with fresh vegetables and fruit.
● Eat a supplement like Biotin which is excellent for both skin and hair.
● Use a microfiber towel to dry your hair instead of using a regular towel. Not only does this dry your hair faster, it is proven to cause less static and frizz.
● If you get caught in the rain, cover your hair. With pollution on the rise, rain water is acidic and will harm your hair. Wash your hair after getting caught in the rain with a mild shampoo and be sure to condition it after.

To put an end to your monsoon hair woes, visit www.tressmart.com for products that will help you combat all rainy season hair problems.


by Sargam Dhawan