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Healthy Hair Tips from a Trichologist

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Hair Treatment Tips for Winter From Trichologist

Dropping temperatures and shifting weather conditions can really mess up your healthy hair strategies! Luckily, Philip Kingsley, trichologist and owner of the Philip Kingsley Clinic in NYC, is here to help with these pro tips:“Trichologist weighs in
on Hair Treatment
Tips for Winter”

Health Hair Tips #1 ~~ Shampoo daily and condition afterwards as a hair treatment routine.

Health Hair Tips #2 ~~ Use a scalp mask every one to two weeks—a healthy scalp leads to healthy hair.

Health Hair Tips #3 ~~Opt for a pre-shampoo deep re-moisturizing hair mask as a hair treatment.

Health Hair Tips #4 ~~Flaky scalps are at their worst during winter, so the occasional use of Philip Kingsley Flaky/Itchy Scalp shampoo can be an extra beneficial hair treatment.

Health Hair Tips #5~~Do not brush hard. Use a gentle brush, preferably one with air vents and rubberized bristles that have balled ends, to style only, to maintain healthy hair.

Health Hair Tips #6 ~~If you’re using a hair dryer, do not over-dry. Stop as soon as hair is dried; it’s the extra few seconds after the hair is dry that can cause damage, that would require additional hair treatment.

Health Hair Tips #7 ~~Apply a moisturizing and protective styling aid for wind and cold protection, concentrating on the ends to maintain healthy hair during the winter season.

Article courtesy of Harris Publications

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