Feed Your Roots
Healthy hair starts from within. That’s why it’s important to nourish your hair follicles with the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients they need for thick, healthy hair growth. If it’s inconvenient or difficult to get these nutrients through your diet,
try a hair growth supplement
Get Your Washing Schedule Right
Sure, you should not shampoo hair every day. That’s because using harsh detergents too often on hair strips the hair and scalp of its own natural oils, making strands more porous and more prone to damage. But on the other hand, you should shampoo hair often enough to remove dirt, debris, flakes and excess oils from the scalp. This will help maintain the ideal environment for healthy hair growth, and keep hair looking and feeling clean.
Lay Off the Heat
Limit yourself to using heat tools only two or three times a week. Flat irons, curling irons and blow-dryers, especially at high temperatures, significantly damage the keratin that makes up the structure of your hair strands. In fact, temps of more than 400° can actually melt keratin fibers. So cool it on the
heat tools every now and then.
When you do use them, always start with a heat protectant product such as
Lanza's Thermal Defense Spray