3 Ways To Treat Your Hair Right

When it comes to hair, I am not the best at styling or doing anything remotely fancy. The least I can do is treat my hair right! Here are 3 easy ways to take care of your hair.

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Quality Shampoos and Conditioners

A high quality shampoo and conditioner can make the world of a difference to your hair. Shampoos and conditioners that avoid using harsh chemicals will make your hair happy. Who would want to wash their hair with the same chemicals you wash your dishes and clothes with? I know I wouldn’t want to. When shopping for your hair care products, make sure to always read your labels. Avoid certain harsh chemicals like ‘Sodium Lauryl Sulfate‘ which can damage and even strip your hair. Try to look for all natural ingredients that not only nourish your hair, but smell great!

GRO Revitalizing Shampoo and Conditioner Kit cleansed and nourished my hair beautifully. It is hands down my FAVORITE shampoo and conditioner I have tried to date. GRO Revitalizing Shampoo has a light fruity smell that is intoxicating and not overwhelming. The smell lingered throughout the day which I really enjoyed. My hair looked and felt incredibly clean. My curls were smooth and not frizzy, and I loved the healthy shine.

The GRO Revitalizing Conditioner is a thick and creamy conditioner. It has the same light fruity smell as the shampoo that is just divine. I massaged the the conditioner throughout my scalp and focused on the tips of my hair. My hair felt deeply hydrated and soft. My curls looked pulled together with out any hair styling product. After one month of using GRO Revitalizing Shampoo and Conditioner Kit my hair looked fuller which gave me the confidence boost I needed since I have alopecia.

It’s All in How You Dry

Properly drying your hair can help keep it healthy. When air drying your hair, it can look wild and unkept. Yet blow drying wet hair can cause heat damage. Your hair can become dry, frizzy and even break from using a blow dryer on a consistent basis.

One of the best ways to dry your hair is to allow it to partially air dry (about 80%), then use the blow dryer to dry it completely. This allows you to dry your hair using minimal damaging heat.

When it comes to towel drying, never rub your hair aggressively or wrap it in a hair turban. Both techniques can not only break your hair, but also pull at the hairs along your hair line, causing it to recede.

Microfiber hair towels are a great hair care investment. They wick away excess moisture, and gently keeps your hair wrapped until it’s completely dry. They reduce hair breakage and frizz allowing for stronger, healthier hair.

Take Your Vitamins

We all know how important it is to take your vitamins for optimal health, but what about hair vitamins.

The GRO Biotin Gummies for Hair are delicious! It has a fruity sweet taste that is so yummy that I have to remind myself just to have one! The glass jar is beautiful, and looks great on a nightstand or even bathroom sink. It makes a nice visual reminder to take your vitamins daily. They are loaded with biotin, folic acid and beneficial vitamins to keep your hair healthy and strong. As with any supplement, consistency is key to see results. One of the biggest changes I noticed after 30 days of taking the vitamins daily was my scalp health. I noticed barley any dandruff or plaque psoriasis spots which was a confidence booster.

The GRO+ Advanced Gummies may not have been my favorite tasting hair vitamin gummy, but the added benefit of hemp is amazing. I alternated the GRO Biotin Gummies for Hair and the GRO+ Advanced Gummies for 30 days. Aside from scalp health which was the biggest change, I also noticed less hair fall out/shedding. This was always a problem for me, especially after I shower. I usually loose clumps of hair, but now I have very minimal shedding which makes my hair look fuller and overall healthier.

What are some of your favorite ways to give your hair a little TLC?

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