When the sun is shining, it’s easy to ignore the damaging effects it has on your hair. And it’s not just the sun that is destructive. A quick dip in the pool or sea to cool off is amazing in the heat but will expose your hair to harmful chlorine or salt water, and you can soon see the difference.
The harm may not always be immediately obvious, but if you neglect your hair over months, it can be left severely damaged. And the final consequences result in having more of your hair cut off or investing in a course of repair treatments.
Joz Salon & Spa shows you how to stop neglecting your hair with these simple steps.
Prevention Is Better Than Cure
KeraStraight Protect keeps hair safe as it delivers natural protection from the sun’s harmful UVA and UVB rays and includes advanced polymers to protect against the harmful effects of saltwater and chlorine.
In the Sunshine:
Use Protect on wet or dry hair to easily guard your hair from UVA and UVB rays. For maximum defence, spray on wet hair and refresh every few hours or whenever it needs a boost (synchronise it with your sun cream to keep it simple).
This amazing lightweight spray leaves tresses feeling soft and shiny without any hint of being greasy or sticky. It’s designed for all hair types and will help guard against colour fading as well as protecting the hair’s health and condition.
In the Pool and Sea:
A simple dip in the pool or sea can be refreshing but is, unfortunately, pretty hazardous to your hair, as the chlorine and salt water both strip the health and hydration from your locks. Think of dry hair like a sponge. When you expose it to the sea or pool, it absorbs the salt and chlorinated water instantly, drying it out. To prevent this, wet your mane with fresh water and apply Protect before taking a dip. This way your locks have a double protective layer of fresh water and Protect, ensuring they stay healthy and nothing dampens your fun. Rinsing off any excess chemicals or salt after being in the water and shampooing at the end of the day will have your hair staying healthy.
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