The ultimate guide to Satthwa’s argan oil shampoo

Best Sulfate Free Shampoo in India

We has recently launched our Argan Oil Shampoo. This is the first shampoo from our brand. While mostly shampoos are primarily used for getting rid of the built up oil and dirt from your hair, a few shampoos are specially formulated to tackle issues such as dryness, damage, dandruff, and hair fall. We has just brought that shampoo to you. Our brand, known for our 100% Natural products, our highly popular premium hair oil and essential oils. If you haven’t tried them yet, then we highly recommend you to!

Why Argan Oil?

There’s a reason why we has chosen Argan Oil as it’s first shampoo’s main and standout ingredient. The shampoo is 100% pure. There are many shampoos available in the market that advertise themselves as natural and contain essential oils. Most popularly, you’ll find natural shampoos with coconut or peppermint or lavender oil, but we chose Argan oil because it’s the most effective in maintaining the health of your hair, from both the inside and the outside.

Argan Oil, extracted from the Argan trees of Morocco, has widely been popular for treating rashes and for skin/hair care. What is great about Argan Oil is that it is rich in Vitamin A, E and C and has high amount of fatty acids. These components increase the blood circulation and cause a boost in the cell formation. As new cells are formed and the dead ones are removed, your hair remains extremely healthy.

Some benefits of Argan Oil for hair

Argan Oil is abundantly rich in Vitamin E, hence helps in moisturising your hair and your scalp.

– It absorbs quickly and does not leave your hair oily.

– It is gently, hence completely safe to use on children.

– It is suitable for any hair type.

Containing a wealth of vitamins and minerals, Argan oil is a great cleanser for your hair. It removes excess oil and dirt, as well as any build up and dandruff.

– It treats hair loss.

– It has anti-inflammatory properties; does not cause any kind of scalp irritation or redness.

The natural Argan oil nutrients help detangle, smooth and reduce tension in rough or frizzy hair making it a favorite of women who struggle with dry and rough hair.

– It’s a natural hair conditioner.

– It has no harmful effects on colour treated hair.

– It is completely organic, natural, devoid of chemicals and hence offers long term benefits.

Presence of vitamin E also helps in hair growth. Vitamin E increases the blood circulation. With an increase in blood circulation, more nutrients reach your scalp thus promoting the faster growth of healthy and string hair.

– It gives your hair a shinier, glowing look.

What makes Satthwa’s Argan Oil Shampoo the perfect package for your hair

While we’ve chosen Argan oil as our main ingredient, the shampoo is a blend of many other natural and organic ingredients. All ingredients are 100% pure and extremely beneficial for your hair. The reason why this shampoo is a must have product in your haircare and will be your hair’s best friend is because of it’s ingredients. So lets break down all the magical ingredients.

– Argan Oil
– Jojoba Oil
– Almond Oil
– Avocado Oil
– Coconut Oil
– Botanical Keratin
– Lauryl Glucoside
– Coco Glucoside
– Decyl Glucoside
– Cocamidopropyl Betaine
– Glycerine
– Aloevera Gel
– Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis (Hibiscus Oil)
– Azadirachta Indica (Neem Extract)
– Polyquart-10
– Phenoxyethenol
– Caprylyl glycol
– Sodium phytate
– Xanthin Gum
– Aqua and Natural fragrance

All of these ingredients are extremely beneficial for any hair type with no side-effects. If you want to know how they individually benefit our hair, then check out our other blog which gives a deep insight into the ingredients.
How to use

Rinse hair thoroughly. Take a sufficient amount of shampoo and massage into your scalp. A satisfactory amount of lather will be formed. In case, it’s not, then just a little bit more of the shampoo. After massaging, leave it on your hair and scalp for about 2 minutes and then rinse.

Satthwa’s Argan Oil shampoo acts as a natural conditioner too, so there’s no need to apply a separate conditioner.

For best hair results, use Satthwa’s Premium hair oil prior to shampooing. And shampoo at least 3-4 times a week.

Why go for Satthwa

We started with the introduction of the Satthwa Premium Hair Oil, and since then the hair oil has benefited thousands of men & women and the success of which has paved the way to launching other natural beauty products. At Satthwa we believe in “pure to the core” and all our products are made from Grade A pure ingredients without the use of harmful chemicals and parabens. We bring out products which are not just for aesthetics but also poses the ability to make a real difference in our lives.

Our Argan Oil shampoo is a perfect blend of natural oils. A blend that you won’t find in any other natural shampoo. It is completely sulfate/paraben free. Using this shampoo as the basis of your haircare routine will give you the best hair experience. Yes, your hair is going to thank you later!

Pros – Argan Oil Shampoo

– Sulfate free and cruelty-free
– Paraben free
– Thickens and moisturizes hair
– Designed with all-natural, organic ingredients
– Great anti-hair loss shampoo
– Promotes healthy hair growth
– Great for frizzy or course hair
– Nourishes scalp
– Safe for color-treated hair and hair of all types
– Provides relief from itchy, dry or irritated scalp
– Designed for both men and women
– Eco-friendly
– Cost effective product
– Easily available online

Cons – Argan Oil Shampoo

Hair might feel dry in the first few washes, since the action of the shampoo is removing all dirt and sulfates already present in your scalp.

Cost and Availability

The standard 200ml tube costs Rs.499
The product is readily available on online platforms – Flipkart & Amazon

Peppermint oil, a natural minoxidil alternative?

Minoxidil alternative… really?

We explored some of the benefits of peppermint essential oil in our previous article. In addition to all those benefits, PEO (peppermint essential oil) is a major problem-solver to all your hair growth problems, which is the focus of this article.

Uses and benefits for hair

• Peppermint essential oil is used in shampoos, skin creams, and other hair care products as it is known for it’s minty fragrance.
• Peppermint oil can also be used by adding it to any carrier oil, given its cooling effect, for relaxation.
• Peppermint essential oil, when applied to the hair, helps with dryness, itching, or other scalp problems.
• Naturally conditions your hair.
• It helps in eliminating dandruff and fight lice, given its antiseptic and antimicrobial properties.
• It stimulates hair growth and prevents thinning of hair. It’s a tested fact that Peppermint Essential Oil is the best one to use if you are suffering from severe hair loss. Let’s find out what makes it the most powerful.

Peppermint essential oil for hair regrowth

The major cause for hair loss is Iron deficiency. When you don’t have enough iron, your body can’t produce the hemoglobin in your blood. And since hemoglobin carries oxygen for the growth and repair of cells in your body, including the cells that stimulate hair growth, your hair starts shedding. PEO stimulates blood circulation. When blood is flowing, the nutrients from your body can feed your hair follicles more effectively. And as a result, you hair regrows.

Is Peppermint essential oil the best Minoxidil alternative?

Before going to the the details, let us know a little about Minoxidil. Minoxidil is known to be a popular FDA-approved (food and drug administration USA) drug used in hair loss treatments. It belongs to a class of drugs known as vasodilators. It comes as a topical lotion or foam. The mechanism of how Minoxidil works is not fully understood yet, several studies suggest that Minoxidil causes hyper polarisation of the cell membranes. That is, it widens the blood vessels that allow more oxygen and nutrients to the hair follicles. As discussed earlier, this stimulates growth in hair cells. And as a result hair can regrow. So why should you use PEO and avoid Minoxidil

• According to a scientific study of the effects of PEO and Minoxidil on hair growth, conducted on male mice by Korean researchers in 2014, they concluded that PEO effectively stimulated hair growth in an animal model via several mechanisms and thus could be used as a therapeutic or preventive alternative medicine for hair loss in humans.

The conclusion came after they applied Minoxidil and PEO on two separate groups of mice for four weeks. As observed, hair growth was more prominent and rapid in the PEO group as compared to the Minoxidil group. Clearly, PEO was dominant.

minoxidil alternative

• Minoxidil is widely effective for treating hair loss caused by pattern baldness (a condition where your hair follicles get smaller and smaller over time. So, when the strands of your hair fall out, they’re not replaced with normal new hair, but instead by thinner, finer strands of hair) in males and females and not by any other condition. While PEO is an essential oil with no side effects that can treat hair loss caused by any condition.
• As a tested fact, Some women may experience facial hair growth when they use minoxidil. This might happen to men or women as side effect when highly concentrated minoxidil is used. While there is no such risk when using PEO.
• The growth is slow when using Minoxidil. Hair loss may seem to stop early, but growth can take around 8-9 months. While PEO works rapidly. You will observe better results in just a month.
• Minoxidil can cause irritation, flaking, and redness on your skin. While you can apply Peppermint essential oil anywhere on your skin for pain relief or relaxation.
• Minoxidil might not be easily available in the pharmacy stores. While PEO is easily accessible. You can make an easy purchase from any online store. It is also cheaper than Minoxidil.
• One of the major drawbacks of using Minoxidil is that many users have reported rapid hair loss once they stopped using minoxidil. This is not the case with PEO

Now that it is clear that peppermint oil can claim to be minoxidil alternative, especially without any negative effects. Let us show you, how you can make the hair growth oil using Peppermint and Jojoba Oil. Note: We are using jojoba oil because it is the closest to natural oil produced by us and it penetrates easily into the skin.. thereby making it one of the best carrier oil.

How to make Peppermint regrowth hair oil

• Add 7-10 drops of peppermint oil (Buy Peppermint oil) to one tablespoon of Jojoba oil (Buy Jojoba oil). This would be about 3-4% mix. Make sure that you thoroughly mix both oils.
• Apply the oil on your scalp and massage it with your fingers. If the tingling is too intense, add more of your carrier oil.
• You can leave the mix in your hair for about 1 hour or keep it overnight as well. Make sure to shampoo it out thoroughly. Apply 4-5 times a week for maximum effectiveness.

Safety Issues

• Don’t apply on children below the age of 3, given their extremely sensitive skin.
• Pregnant women should not apply it excessively.

What is Biotin & how it can help?

History of Biotin

Biotin IndiaThe word Biotin is derived from the Greek word “biotos” meaning life or sustenance. This Vitamin is found in egg yolks, liver and yeast, it was only in 1901 it was discovered that yeast requires a special growth factor which was named “Bios”. The discovery of Biotin occurred during an investigation of ‘egg white injury’ , which is a vitamin deficiency disease that is induced by feeding lab test rats an excess of raw egg white. During the tests, the lab test animals developed dermatitis, lost hair and also suffered from skin lesions and they were cured by heat stable factors found in yeast and liver.

In 1924 it was discovered that three factors were essential for the growth of microorganisms, they were BiosII, Vitamin H and Coenzyme R, they were same, a water soluble, sulfur containing vitamin Biotin, which was actually called Protective Factor X, Factor S, Factor W, or Vitamin Bw. Only in 1927 did they realise that mammals require water soluble vitamin Biotin. German scientists in 1931 Paul Gyorgy discovered Biotin in the liver and called it Vitamin H, as H represents the words “Haut und Haar” German words for “Skin and Hair”. 1932 saw the isolation of the vitamin from egg yolk, and in 1936 they christened the isolated substance as Biotin and it was recognized for the first time that egg white injury can be healed with Biotin supplements

The Benefits of Biotin, who needs it and why?

Also, known as Vitamin H, B7 and Biotin it’s one of the B complex vitamins that enables the body to convert food into energy and keeps your, hair, skin, eyes, liver and nervous system healthy while also being an imperative nutrient during pregnancy as it aides in proper embryonic growth as pregnant women are at a higher risk of Biotin deficiency. The deficiency of this vitamins usually occurs from an unbalanced diet where the vitamins in absent. Eating raw egg whites daily can also cause the Biotin deficiency, as explained we need the vitamin in a water-soluble form. The symptoms of lacking this vital vitamin are as listed below.

Deficiency Symptoms

1. Hair Loss (Alopecia)
2. Dermatitis
3. Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
4. Neurological disorders, Depression, lethargy, hallucination, numbness and tingling of the extremities (only in adults)
5. Dry skin
6. Inflammation of the tongue
7. Nausea
8. Vomiting
9. Loss of appetite
10. Lack of voluntary muscle coordination

Being precise with your prescription

Although one can get their daily dose of Biotin from egg yolks, soybeans, whole grains, cauliflower, nuts such as almonds, pecans and walnuts, mushrooms and organ meats such as liver and kidneys, for many to maintain this diet can seem to be rather tricky to follow, especially if you have a busy schedule and don’t have much time to prepare your daily meals. The required dosage a person need is anywhere from 30 to 200 micrograms, so choosing supplement is definitely the way to go, as its practical and one can never forget to leave home without them. So, though you may be aware of different doses that are taken around the world how do you know what is best for you?

The recommended daily dose as per your age

• Birth to 12 months: 7 mcg
• 1 to 3 years: 8 mcg
• 4 to 8 years: 12 mcg
• 9 to 13 years: 20 mcg
• 14 to 18 years: 25 mcg
• Over 18: 30 mcg
• During pregnancy: 30 mcg
• Breastfeeding Women: 35 mcg

An average preparation of Biotin tablets are available from 10mcg (micrograms), 50mcg, 100mcg and 5000mcg. Although if you are above 18 there is not RDA (recommended dietary allowance) for Biotin. 5000mcg, may seem like an extremely high dose, but it would only benefit you tremendously, for as it travels through your bloodstream your body has the ability to eliminate any excess Biotin if there is any, your body never builds up a toxic reserve for this vitamin, which means you can never overdose on Biotin itself.

However, as a rule always inform your Doctor before taking and supplements especially if you pregnant, breastfeeding, on Dialysis, taking medication for seizures or if you are on a course on Anti-biotics. Biotin is a safe Vitamin and would almost never cause a side effect directly to you, but it’s is recommended to inform your doctor if you are suffering from serious diseases or undergoing an alternative treatment to avoid any reactions to other medications you might be on. One doesn’t need to ever worry about an over dose of Biotin as it’s proven to be very safe, allergic reactions only is some rare cases may occur.

Biotin, A plethora of healing qualities!

The complete range of Vitamin B is imperative for your body to help convert calories from the micronutrients, carbohydrates, protein and fat into much needed energy your body uses. Biotin plays an important role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fat and amino acids that are the known as the building blocks of proteins. Which means, they are extremely important for strengthening your hair and nails. According to the University of Maryland, the bacteria in your small intestine can produce a slight amount of Biotin as compared to other researchers that state the body doesn’t produce any. It is still highly recommended that a person eats a healthy balanced diet consisting of Biotin rich foods or supplements to ensure a healthy body, a positive state of mind and beautifully strong hair and nails.

DNA’s new Pal!

The benefits of Biotin are truly spectacular! As it rejuvenates your hair, nails and skin it also assists in one of the most important bodily function, which is to regulate the formation of DNA. As this miraculous Vitamin achieves in ensuring that each genetic cell works properly and is replicated correctly, it is an imperative process for body of a pregnant women, especially for cell development, when their cells are dividing itself during pregnancy.

The Brain Protector!

The complexity of how this Vitamin works is truly amazing, it literally protects your brain! Biotin ensures your nervous system is in top working order as it assists the neurotransmitter activities and helps with nerve signals, by this it helps improve your memory and guards you from cognitive issues and neurodegenerative disorders while also preventing dementia and Alzheimer’s diseases. So, it’s no surprise that Biotin revives you mind giving you a better concertation level, keeps depression and anxiety at bay leaving you with a very positive outlook towards life just when you need that something extra to keep you sharp and alert.

A life saver for Diabetics!

Diabetics can really gain enormously with Biotin as well, as it stabilises blood sugar levels. Studies have proven that people suffering with both Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2 have responded to Biotin very well, as the vitamin has the ability to stimulate the secretion of insulin and help lower the blood glucose levels in them both. While Diabetics also suffer from nerve damage due to enzyme build up and low levels of this vitamin in the body leads to an alarming level of build-up, Biotin supplement encourages enzyme activity to a healthier level which prevents Diabetics from additional nerve damage.

Boosts Thyroid Regulation

Our body relies on key glands to normalize functions to keep us feeling our best, Biotin works wonders in maintaining proper thyroid activity and regulating sleep, hunger, energy. When your body is unable to control these basic functions, you will experience weight gain, insomnia, perpetual fatigue therefore Biotin is imperative in assisting with Thyroid regulation.

A Happy Heart!

High levels of Low-density lipoprotein LDL also know as the bad cholesterol and can lead to a heart disease, if healthy levels of LDL is not maintained one has a very high chance of a stroke or a heart attack. Research proves that Biotin can help lower LDL levels while increasing levels of High-density lipoprotein HDL better known as the good cholesterol. As B complex vitamins help in reducing inflammation and plaque build up in the arteries, Biotin lowers the risk of heart disease, heart attacks and strokes.

Kind on the Curves!

Weight watchers should be especially be happy to know that as Biotin helps in boosting the metabolism is also works brilliantly with ones battle against excess weight , as it increases your metabolism is accelerates weight loss . Remember Biotin is not a diet pill, so while you take your supplements always maintain a healthy diet and follow a good exercise routine and always drink loads and loads of water.

Whenever you decide to take supplements, no matter what they are always keep in mind they are they to give you little nudge in the right direction, when you yourself are not able to take care of yourself. They are there to rejuvenate, revive and heal you. Learning how best to make them work for you is all in finding the right balance in all that you do. Eat healthy, rest well, learn to make time for yourself to unwind and stay away from all that corrupts your body and mind.

A good healthy body is absolutely achievable as so is inner peace that makes it all happen. As the Great Buddha once said “To enjoy good health, to bring true happiness to one’s family, to bring peace to all, one must first discipline and control one’s own mind. If a man can control his mind he can find the way to Enlightenment, and all wisdom and virtue will naturally come to him”

Happy Healing Ya’ll!!!

8 Miraculous superfoods for hair growth

Superfoods for hair growth

We often hear that a balanced diet helps in maintaining a healthy body which replenishes our hair, skin and nails to a much healthier state. But what if you aren’t really aware of the miraculous foods that are out there that work brilliantly for your hair. Here’s to update you with natures natural produce that you might never have known that work like a charm in fortifying your hair.

Listed below are 8 superfoods for hair growth!

1. Strawberries: The anti-oxidant properties found in strawberries help hair regain their lost moisture and protect cell membranes. High in Vitamin C nourishes the hair and helps in getting rid of excess oil build up on the scalp, it also contains magnesium, omega 3 fatty acids and copper that makes it very beneficial for healthy hair. Ellagic acid found in strawberries help tremendously in protecting your hair from delaying androgenetic alopecia (male pattern hair loss and Female pattern hair loss), hair falling. This beautiful berry is high in Vitamin B6 and B6 which works like a miracle to prevent hair loss, the phytochemicals in it works as an anti-fungal treating dandruff.

2. Avocados: Contains high levels of fatty acids that also naturally occur in your skin cells, applying avocado on your hair and scalp stimulates production of elastin (a protein consisting od elastic tissue found in the dermis or the skin) and Collagen (main structural protein found in skin and tissues) which are the two important components imperative for hair growth.

3. Bitter Gourd: A.K.A Karela a fruit, is a high source of iron, magnesium, potassium, Vitamin C and more levels of Calcium and Beta Carotene than most fruits and vegetables. The Anti-oxidants are so powerful that they naturally prevent skin from aging, wrinkles, acne, eczema and psoriasis. Embodied with Vitamins A and C, Biotin and Zinc it ensures a healthy growth for your hair while it combats issues such as rough hair, split ends and dandruff.

4. Sweet Potato: Abundantly blessed with Beta-carotene and micronutrients like, Vitamins B5, B6 and manganese. Beta carotene turns into Vitamin A once in the body and is essential for cell growth, especially your hair, a deficiency of this vitamin does cause dandruff, dry, dull hair and skin. Also, being an antioxidant also laden with Vitamin C, iron and phosphorus sweet potatoes work remarkably in boosting the immune system.

5. Amla: Packed in Vitamins C, Iron and Anti-oxidants, Amla is natures gift to us for hair and had been used for centuries. It not only promotes hair growth, but envelopes the hair with a lustrous black shine, works brilliantly for treating excessive hair loss, greying and thinning.

6. Yellow Bell Pepper: Containing a whopping 341 mg of Vitamin C as compared to other fruits which only have 63mg of Vitamin C, Yellow Bell Peppers have a super positive effect on strengthening your hair shaft and cleaning hair follicles and due to its rich source of Vitamins C it helps preventing hair breakage.

7. Curry leaves: This unassuming leaf is bountifully blessed with Vitamins C, A, B and E. Also having high levels of carbohydrates, fibre, calcium, phosphorus and Iron which makes this humble herb fight infections and invigorates your hair and skins vitality. Known to treat, damaged hair, hair fall, thinning, premature grey, repairs damaged roots, strengthen hair shafts and rejuvenates hair follicles it also has a high source of iron and folic acid which combats anaemia and works wonders for treating acne and even weight loss. This is an excellent antidote for hair loss due to its high levels of keratin which is considered an ideal elixir for hair growth.

8. Flax Seeds: Extremely rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin E which are the key ingredient for nourishing the follicles and hair shafts. Using Flax seed gel, oil or even eating raw flax seeds, prevents acute hair loss, scalp eczema and dandruff effectively. Other nuts rich in Omega-3 are walnuts that are also high in Vitamin B and manganese.

The superfoods listed here are effective when used appropriately. For fruits eat them raw and try to find the freshest produce, for vegetables remember never to overcook them as this ensures all the vitamins and minerals remain intact. For seeds and nuts, if suggested to be eaten avoid roasting them, for application to the hair one must never dilute them too much or it would lose its strength.

If you can think of other superfoods for hair growth then do let us know in the comment section below.

Happy Healing Ya’ll!!!

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Hair Colouring, how hazardous are they? – Part – Four (Final Part)

Hair Colouring tipsTraces of the first use of hair colour dates way back to the early man. Archaeologist have found evidence that they used minerals, plants and insects to paint their bodies and hair. It was only in 1500BC when the first art of colouring hair was introduced by none other than the Egyptians, who would use Henna as a colouring agent. This practice is a trend even till this day , as the faith one has behind the abundance of its medicinal properties and aesthetics, Henna is a much beloved commodity.

Hair colouring throughout the ages had a very deep impact on one’s appearance and the aura it emitted, in 1st century B.C, Gaul’s dyed their hair red as a mark of high class and Rank. In the Dark Ages however, red hair was a sign of witchcraft, during this time the first reported natural-born redhead was documented in Scotland. Years later, Queen Elizabeth was solely responsible for changing the mindset of the negative impression red hair had and professed how her own Auburn hair was a reflection of her Royal Status, thus making well appreciated.

The fascination behind hair colouring will forever be a marvel amongst the fashionably conscious and its certain that it would not go out of style in the years to come.

Today, with our somewhat periodically humdrum lives, we all love a makeover to makes us feel positive and more confident about ourselves. We all love trying to do something different with our look especially our hair. Changing one’s hair colour not only adds to our confidence level but also brightens up our spirits as does define our overall sense of style. We also have wondered on the irreversible damage it might cause us when we read the warning labels on the box. Though they give us the obvious tell- tale signs of reactions or even when not to do it. But is it still recommended if you aren’t allergic to them? Is your hair really not getting damaged by it in the long run? Are there safer alternatives while choosing the right hair colour? Here’s all you need to know before you decide to go in for colouring, knowing these facts would help you make the right decision without an ounce of worry.

As it’s primarily made up of chemicals, it doesn’t necessarily mean they will all harm you. However, depending on your bodies resistance level, this all won’t always go as one would expect. Chemicals are known to cause quite unrelated problems such as infertility, which you’d never even think of associating it with a beauty product you were exposed to all your life. Advised for all pregnant woman never to colour their hair, as the foetus is vulnerable to chemicals, which leads to reproductive difficulties and more deadlier diseases in the long run. So, how does one choose what’s right for them given their current medical condition or lack thereof? So, it’s not all bad news for people who wish to colour their hair but are afraid to do so, the alternative options prove to be quite harmless and effective in achieving the look you desire.

Hair Colouring, Must knows!

1. Henna herbal dyes and vegetable dies are least toxic and are healthy for your hair and adds shine to your hair. They are safe as they do not contain ammonia, PPD (Paraphenylenediamine, the chemical known to cause allergic reactions) peroxide and heavy metals, pesticides or other chemicals.

2. Chose a colour enhancing product that’s ammonia free. Especially if you already have coloured hair, as they don’t further damage the hair that’s weakened from the previous dying session.

3. Always use conditioner every time you shampoo, and a hot oil massage once a week will help retain the moisture in your hair and keep it soft.

4. After you colour your hair, use lukewarm or cool water to rinse out your hair. Hot water can wash out the colour and also cause further damage to your hair.

5. Get a trim, every six weeks, as hair colouring dries out the tips and causes split ends.

6. Never exceed the time suggested for application of any hair dye, overworking the dye on your hair can cause severe damage.

And…. Just a little bit of TLC is all you need

Your Hair craves love just as much as you do. Over powering it with chemicals and treating it in a harsh manner would make your lovely locks very lifeless and depressed.

Gentlemen, never forget, a good head of hair always speaks in volumes for your confidence level and also in attracting members of the opposite sex. Never over gel or use too many hair styling products. Allow your hair to breathe, following a proper hair care regime would actually make your hair set the way you want, especially after a good haircut. If you must wear a cap, make sure it’s not for too long, if you start to sweat, remove it and don’t let your hair cuticles suffocate. Restrict yourself from wearing your cap/hat it for long periods of time as this cause your hair strands to weaken and break and always make sure to oil regularly.

Ladies, knowing how our hair is truly one of our most important feature, and let’s face it, the natural soft and healthy hair never went out of style, no matter how many new age hair trends might have hit the fashion street. Don’t be brutal, by dousing it with hair sprays, styling products, dyes and of course over styling it by straightening irons, hot curlers and excessive blow drying. If you use hair accessories, make sure the grip isn’t too tight as this would weaken the strands causing more hair fall then imagined. If you follow a disciplined hair care routine that brings out the best in your hair, you can truly be free from a strenuous and quite unnecessary hair styling ruts.

Your strands are made up of cells that contain Keratin they need to be nourished with minerals and vitamins to make your hair strong and healthy. Nourish your body with the right vitamins, adding enough proteins, Iron, Vitamin-A, C and E , Omega -3 and Biotins that would fortify you tremendously. Protect your hair from the harsh sun, with shampoos that contain SPF, drink lots of water and always be hydrated. Also, a very popular trend nowadays is using silk pillowcases, unlike cotton which sucks the away moisture from you skin and it can be quite harsh on your hair if you have a tendency to toss and turn a lot while sleeping, silk provides your strands a frictionless surface to glide on. Since Silk pillowcases have a smooth surface for your skin and hair, it is known to fight frizz and waking up with a nasty bedhead.

Knowing what, suits you best and makes you happy and the end of day is important. Find a routine that works best with your daily schedule and be dedicated to it. And always no matter what we do on the outside to keep our body protected and cared for, just a little inner happiness goes a long way in finding just the right balance one needs to tackle any of life’s little adversities we might face.

Happy Healing Ya’ll!!!

This guide will have 4 parts to it and we will be linking each part here.

Part 1 Myths Vs. Facts
Part 2 All you need to know about oiling
Part 3 How to shampoo