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For healthier hair: Even hairdressers swear by these care products


Highlights: The longer the hair, the more it suffers, according to experts. Dull hair requires different care than fine oily hair. Fine hair needs omega-3 fatty acids and Omega 3 fatty acids in chia seeds. People with thin hair can make it fuller and accelerate hair growth with biotin in berries. Too much chemistry weighs down the hair and makes it flat and unkempt in the long run. The hair can also be made thicker in a natural way with baking soda and water.

Stylists recommend products that match the particular hair. Dull hair requires different care than fine oily hair.

Munich \u2012 Hair has to withstand a number of environmental influences. From heat and cold to frequent washing, dyeing, tinting, even the constant "brushing your fingers through the hair" can damage the structure of the hair. It looks brittle and brittle or greasy and unkempt. There are plenty of shampoos and care products with nutrients and proteins in drugstores such as dm and Rossmann, which promise beautiful hair with just one hair wash. And let's be honest, every woman would like to have such beautiful hair as pop star Helene Fischer or presenter Barbara Schöneberger.

Tips for healthier hair: look like the stars

Who wouldn't want to take a look at the products in the bathrooms of celebrities? What do they use to keep their hair in perfect shape from roots to tips? According to experts, one thing seems clear: the longer the hair, the more it suffers. "With the right hair care, however, we can give the mane intensive care and make it shine," recommend stylists in Ok magazine. Brittle hair, for example, needs moisture, damaged hair should be cared for with a rich and intensive hair treatment.

Thin hair needs different care than brittle thick hair. (Symbolic image) © Artyom Geodakyan/imago

Useful helpers: nutrients, protein, proteins and fatty acids

Condition of the hairTip from the expertsProduct / Nutrition Tip
dry, damaged hairNutrients that add shinewith panthenol and vitamin E
fine haira lot of protein and proteins that promote collagen formation are important if you want thick hairOmega 3 fatty acids, for example in chia seeds, beta carotene in pumpkins and biotin in berries make thin hair fuller and accelerate hair growth

In Ok magazine, consumers swear by products such as Olaplex N°4, a specially nutrient-rich shampoo that is also available as a cure and is intended to protect hair from everyday stress. Even damaged hair is repaired with it. The hair "shines healthier with each application". In addition, the "N°4" offers color protection and has been proven to reduce hair breakage. All hair types would be optimally strengthened and protected.

My hair was always brittle and drained, no shine and the tips – disaster. This product line saved me.

User of the care line "Olaplex N°4" in the Ok magazine

The spa mask "Nutri-Enrich Deep Nourishing Mask" from Wella Professionals is also a hairdresser's recommendation according to Ok magazine. In five minutes, it helps even dull hair to regain its perfect shine. It contains oleic acid and panthenol and makes the hair supple again. A hazelnut-sized amount is already enough to enjoy a great hair feeling. Besides, it just smells so insanely good, a product tester cheers. "The hair feels super soft afterwards without being greasy."


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Tips for healthier hair: Fine hair needs omega-3 fatty acids

The hair structure can also be improved with nutrition. People with fine hair can make thin hair fuller and accelerate hair growth if they eat omega-3 fatty acids in chia seeds, beta carotene in pumpkins and biotin in berries, for example, according to the advice of the women's magazine Often it also helps to omit the care product after washing. Too much chemistry is not good in the long run, weighs down the hair and makes it flat and broken.

However, thin hair can also be made thicker in a natural way. The women's magazine recommends a baking soda wash for this purpose. To do this, 60 grams of baking soda powder are mixed with three tablespoons of water with a spoon and then distributed throughout the hair. After about two minutes, the mixture can be washed out again. The hair structure then appears visually thicker and feels more grippy.

But not only the hair needs care, the scalp can also become dry and itchy. Stress, extreme heat and allergic reaction can be reasons for this. What many people also do wrong with hair care, reveals a former hairdresser.

Source: merkur

All life articles on 2023-05-30

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