What Damages Curly Hair
There are many things that can cause curly hair to become damaged, and you’ll want to avoid them, if possible. Let’s take a look at some common causes of dry, damaged curly hair.
Heat tools, like straighteners, curling irons and blow dryers, work fast to help you achieve the versatile styles that make curly hair so fun. However, they can also dry out hair and cause it to become brittle or damaged, leading to breakage and curl pattern disruption. Heat Protection products should be used before exposing hair to high heat to keep hair from drying out.
Ingredients and Product Buildup
Not only is curly hair prone to absorbing moisture, but it can just as easily lose moisture... it is a balancing act to add the right amount of product in the right places. Using too many products to on curly hair can lead to product buildup, which can make curly hair to become flat, dry and dirty. Using a sulfate free shampoo is a great way to remove build up without stripping away essential moisture from hair.
Curly Hair Repair That Works
Take a look at how the handcrafted recipes from Hair Food can help keep your curls defined and bouncing with health!
Hair Repair Serum
If you already have dry, damaged curly hair, try using the Hemp Oil Extract & Manuka Honey Hair Repairing Serum to reinvigorate your tresses. Useful while hair is wet for silky softness or while dry for added shine, this hair repair serum hydrates tresses to improve your hair’s condition. This serum will also provide heat protection you need if using low heat tools.
Frizz is the bane of curly hair, so adding deep conditioning to your hair care routine is a must. Our Tea Tree & Lavender Water Purifying Conditioner locks in moisture to keep curly hair well nourished.