Skinification of Hair: How Skincare Ingredients Really Work on Hair

Skincare meets haircare.

Skincare routines are a huge part of the average beauty enthusiast’s life. We often pay special care and attention to the active ingredients in our products and the benefits they will impart to our skin. What if we used the same mindset and approach that we used towards skincare when it came to haircare? This is what skinification of hair is all about!

The time to implement skinification of hair into your hair care routine is now! Especially since hair-care brands beginning to follow in the footsteps of skincare products. Many hair products now focus on the active ingredients of products in order to enhance the health of your haircare. Skinification of hair gives you the ability to heal and enhance the overall health of your mane. 

Learn all about skinification of hair below and how it may benefit you! 

What is Skinification of Hair? 

Learn about how your skincare ingredients can benefit your haircare routine. Photo by Kevin Laminto

Skinification involves using ingredients of skin-care products in hair-care treatment. It’s all about integrating the same ingredients of skincare into products such as shampoos, conditioners, and hair styling treatments into. 

No longer are three-in-one hair products the best choice for protecting and maintaining healthy hair. Through skinification of hair, each product is different for each hair type. However, this hair care routine requires you to find the right ingredients and products that fit your unique hair needs. 

With a focus on the scalp, practicing skinification can make all the difference on the health of your hair. However, it is important to understand which ingredients will be the most beneficial for you based on your hair type and its needs. 

Learn how to implement skinification of hair into your hair care routine!

Micellar Water

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Practice skinification of hair with micellar water for an overall cleaner scalp. Photo by Fleur Kaan

Micellar Waters are cleansing waters often used in facial cleansers. They are gentle on sensitive skin yet are strong enough to remove most makeup. You may be asking how this can benefit you in your hair routine. The micelles in micellar water are actually tiny molecules that can be used to benefit your haircare routine through shampoos as well. If you often struggle with dandruff and product buildup,  then we recommend taking on skinification of hair through micellar water products. For example the Love Beauty and Planet Melon Water & Hyaluronic Micellar Shampoo. Complete your shampoo routine with the coordinating Conditioner as well.

Hyaluronic Acid

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Looking to boost hair hydration? Then try hyaluronic acid. Photo by Paul Siewert

Hyaluronic Acid is widely known for its ability to help hydrate skin. However, it’s equally effective for keeping hair hydrated. Especially for hair struggling with frizz. Hyaluronic Acid products are great for keeping hair hydrated and sleek. If hyaluronic acid sounds like the boost you need for your hair care routine then try Suave Professionals Hyaluronic Infusion Long-Lasting Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner. These products can help you with skinification of hair by helping to hydrate your hair. It also helps to keep your hair frizz-free. Lastly, this product works to reduce inflammation on the scalp.

Squalane

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Hair oils are an easy and practical way to boost skinification of hair. Photo by Fleur Kaan

Another ingredient that works best to hydrate skin is Squalane. For haircare, Squalane helps maintain shine and moisture in the hair. It also helps prevent dry hair from breaking, while limiting clogged pores. You can find Squalane in hair and scalp oils, such as Suave Professionals Castor Oil & Mango Butter for Natural Hair and Scalp Oil.

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