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4 Tips to Revive Dry, Damaged Hair

It’s no mystery why our hair looks just like how we feel some days – totally stressed out! Highlighting, flat ironing, blow drying, chemically straightening . . . and that’s just the beginning!

The good news is that it’s not too late to start the healing process. There are plenty of tips and treatments to help bring those wrecked tresses back to life.

Tip 1: Rethink Your Shampoo and Conditioner

Gentle shampoos, nourishing conditioners, power-packed scalp treatments along with the right tools – can help your hair grow faster, thicker and healthier.  Avoid shampoos that contain sulfates as these ingredients can strip your hair of its natural protective oils, leaving it dull and brittle. When selecting a conditioner, look for ingredients like Glycerin to moisturize, and Cetearyl Alcohol to soften hair.

The Kashmere Restorative Shampoo is sulfate free and contains a unique complex of nutrient-rich ingredients to gently cleanse and nourish the hair without stripping its natural oils.

The Kashmere Restorative Conditioner restores essential hydration and strengthens hair. This luxurious conditioner is ideal for dry, frizzy and over-treated locks. It’ll leave behind an exhilarating fresh scent you can’t get enough of.

Tip 2: Choose the Right Hair Tool

Using the right tools is the key to maintaining healthy locks. Put an end to wet hair breakage by using the Kashmere Wide Tooth Comb. It’s Ideal to distribute your treatments while in the shower and to detangle your hair before blow drying. You might also consider upgrading your blow dryer to newer technology like ionic, ceramic and tourmaline.

Tip 3: Give Your Scalp Some Love

Hair care is just as important as skin care. The Kashmere Hair Masque and Scalp Treatment contain skin and scalp-saving ingredients that will increase blood flow to your scalp, enhance the strength of your roots and make it easier for nutrients to get to your follicle faster. Active components coat each strand of hair with a fine protective layer that helps repair the cuticle. A healthy strand of hair can stretch an additional 30% when it’s wet – that means reduced breakage!

Tip 4: Add These Foods to Your Diet

Eat a diet rich in vitamin A and C, as well as Iron and biotin. Foods like spinach, sweet potatoes, almonds and cauliflower can help promote healthy hair growth and enviable shine.

It’s time to reclaim that sexy head of hair – that turns heads!

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