The colourful play of leaves already heralds the change of seasons. The colder it gets outside, the cosier you want to be inside. This is exactly the right time to take more time for yourself and to pay attention to the care your hair and scalp need now.
Many people suffer from dry scalp and brittle hair during the transitional period. When caring for your hair, you should use natural ingredients such as aloe vera or pea protein. These protect against moisture loss and restore the natural moisture. In addition, you can pamper your hair and scalp with a nourishing oil treatment once a week.
Soothing & protective
Cold temperatures outside and dry heating air inside - a combination that can lead to irritation, especially for sensitive scalps. This often manifests itself as unpleasant itching or slight dandruff. Special sprays with skin-soothing and anti-bacterial ingredients such as nettle or lemon balm extract can provide quick relief.
Herbal Tonic - soothes irritated scalp
Bye bye flying hair
Who doesn't know it - hair is packed into thick jackets and under coarse woollen hats, when you take them out they stand up in all directions. The low humidity combined with too much friction makes for statically charged hair. Here, too, it is important to use products that provide the hair with sufficient moisture. It is also advisable to use brushes with natural bristles, which are less static-charged than metal or plastic. A few drops of hair oil rubbed into the hands beforehand also helps to tame the hair.