hydrating treatments

Hydration Station: Hydrating Treatments To Do To Your Hair This Season

Treat yourself!

For us, fall is the time to get back into the swing of doing things the healthy way. Summer was all about pigging out and doing fun things to our hair. It’s now time to reverse damage (if possible) and use hydrating treatments to replenish any or all moisture loss.

Why do we prefer to do this during the fall season? This process should be done any time of the year. However, during the fall, we tend to have a bit more time on our hands to take care of ourselves the way we should. Read on for our top three hydrating treatments for the fall season.

Fall Hydrating Treatments to Know

hydrating treatments: shower steaming
TFW you just gave your hair the treatment it deserves.

1. Try hair steaming.

Whether you have a hair steamer or not, you can benefit from hydrating treatments like the in-shower steam method. While you’re in the shower washing your hair, apply your conditioner and then cover with a shower cap. This traps all of the steam from your shower into your hair allowing your conditioner to penetrate and condition your strands deeply.

hydrating treatments: scalp care
Pay attention to your scalp as the air gets cooler and drier.

2. Hydrate your scalp.

There are plenty of scalp treatments on the market that work as a hydrating treatment for the fall season. For many, this is the time of the year when dry scalp begins to surface. If this is you, you can use Dove DermaCare Scalp Dryness & Itch Relief Anti-Dandruff Conditioner on your scalp itself as a treatment. Leave it on for a few minutes and rinse well.

3. Figure out which oils work best for you.

Hair oils are great when it comes to helping you retain moisture. If you’re not a fan of oils because they weigh your hair down, consider using them as a treatment only on wash day.

Here’s a guide to help you figure out the best oil for your hair type. You can also use ApotheCARE Essentials The Mender Hair Oil through damp or dry hair to replenish and smooth rough strands.

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