Updated: Mar 2, 2020
Bad hair days are real, in fact 70% of women say that when their hair doesn't look good and is hard to manage it makes them feel less confident. When your hair is healthy and in good condition it looks better, it is easier to style, grows faster and the chances of bad hair day are less likely. The Orenda hair team have complied their tips to help you follow a heathy hair and scalp care regime to reduce damage and promote growth, so every day is a good hair day!!
VICKI'S TIP - EAT A HEALTHY DIET
A healthy balanced diet is the basis for healthy hair .
Green leafy vegetables, beans, nuts, eggs, fish, and chicken are a good source of protein that assists hair growth. Foods that are high in Vitamin C and E such leafy greens, broccoli, capsicum, avocado, and berries help protect the hair and skin cells from the damage from free radicals.
OH and keep hydrated drink plenty of water
DEA'S TIP - USE THE CORRECT PRODUCTS
Take care of your hair and scalp by using high quality shampoos, conditioners and styling products that are suited to your hair type and condition. Choose products that are free from sulphates, parabens and other chemicals that are detrimental to our heath and contribute to chemical overload.
We choose to use and recommend Kevin Murphy and Original Mineral haircare products. Both Brands are cruelty free, chemical free and environmentally ethical but just importantly the products do what they say they will do.
ADELE'S TIP- PROTECT YOUR HAIR FROM HEAT AND THE SUN
High heat can damage and dehydrate your hair causing it to be come weak and prone to breakage. Avoid using high heat settings on your hairdryer and thermal tools and ensure you use a thermal protector to shield your locks and minimise any damage.
The heat from really hot water can irritate and dehydrate your scalp it can become flaky and reduce the natural oils needed to protect and lubricate your hair
The sun's UV rays not only damage and age our skin but it effects our hair in the same way. wear a hat and use leave in conditioners or styling products with UV filters to protect your hair.
ALIVIA'S TIP- MASSAGE YOUR SCALP
Massage stimulates blood circulation which can improve scalp health and promote hair growth. Hair masks conditioners and hair treatments when combined with a massage distributes the natural oils and delivers nutrients throughout the hair, helping to strengthen, protect and hydrate. Treat your self to an in-salon personalised treatment service, relax and de-stress.