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Monsoon Hair Care Routine

Ryan D'rozario By Ryan D'rozario on August 10, 2020

Monsoons are great as it brings us relief from the summer heat. However, as the rains draw near, so does excessive humidity. This can cause hair fall, frizz and hair damage. This season demands extra care and maintenance for your tresses. These easy tips and tricks will prevent hair damage and will keep your hair healthy and shiny.

1. Regular Hair Washes

Humid conditions encourage the growth of bacteria and fungi on the scalp, triggering and aggravating scalp concerns such as itchiness, flakiness, excess oiliness and even hair loss. Washing your hair 2-3 times a week cleanses the scalp and prevents fungal infections. Avoid using a harsh shampoo as it can deplete the natural moisture from your hair.

 2. Drying And Detangling

Everyone loves getting wet in the rains but wet hair swells and becomes fragile. Therefore, it becomes more susceptible to breakage and hair fall. Make sure you dry your hair completely and detangle them gently with a wide-toothed comb once it is air dried.

3. Control The Frizz

During monsoon, the humidity levels are very high so your hair is bound to frizz especially if you have wavy or curly hair. Practices such as towel drying and rigorous hair washing can also add to your problem. Gently using your fingers while washing your hair is a good way of reducing frizz. You can also opt for a slightly stronger hair conditioner and leave-in creams. We recommend the Godrej Professional Quinoa Smooth Shampoo, Mask and De-Frizz Smooth Creme to effectively combat frizz during the rainy season.

4. Oiling

Oiling once or twice a week during the monsoon season revitalises the dry strands by providing hydration and moisture to your hair. Since the scalp is more prone to infections during the monsoon regular oiling can help you get a healthy scalp.

These easy practices will make your monsoon hair care routine hassle free!

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