One of the greatest challenges a woman has to face daily is maintaining a healthy hair. Most of us could leave our houses without doing our make-up or matching the right accessories with our outfit, but we could never bear to have a bad hair day.
Our tresses are the main attraction of our overall look. It tells a lot not only about our personal grooming but also about our health. Albeit high-maintenance, women still spend a huge amount of time, effort, and money just to achieve a healthy-looking hair. However, we often commit hair care mistakes that only creates more damage to our locks, making it appear dull, lifeless, and dry. Thus, Bee Choo Origin is here to give you the most effective tips in getting your hair back into shape.
Before heading to the shower, it is advisable to comb your hair with a wide brush or comb to detangle the hair first. It is best to brush in a dry state as dampness would weaken the hair shaft and brushing tangled wet hair would cause major breakage or hair falls.
Use warm water to wash your hair, as hot water can cause the hair follicles to weaken and lead to fallouts and hair loss. Rinse your hair in the shower and thoroughly lather a coin-sized amount of shampoo onto your scalp and roots, skipping the ends. Then, wash the shampoo off and apply conditioner from the middle part of the hair to the ends. Give your hair a good cool rinse and gently dry your hair with a soft towel. Use a good
Use a good scalp shampoo for your scalp type, Bee Choo Origin Amino Series Shampoo is gentle to your scalp while getting the work done!
The best way to dry your hair is by using an old clean shirt or a soft towel. Avoid rubbing the cloth too hard on your hair as it may break the strands and create frizz. Comb your hair with a wide-toothed comb after it is 50% dry and put on your hair product to eliminate tufts and dryness.
You may also use a blow dryer, protect your hair with serum before proceeding to blow dry. Blow dry the scalp with low heat after every wash to prevent bacterial infection by keeping the scalp dry and clean.
As mentioned in the previous article, tying your hair with super tight elastics especially when wet can put tension on your hair follicles and make it prone to breakage. If you want to style your hair, you may put in a loose pony or braid once it is dry.
Some girls prefer to style with curling and straightening irons, but these must not be used daily. The thinner your hair is, the lower you should set the heat of your iron. Set your iron for not more than 10 seconds and identify the correct iron depending on your hair type.
For safety precautions, finger comb hair serums / cream (Damaged Hair Rebuilder) to your hair to strengthen each strand and protect them from thermal damage. Never use your iron on wet hair and clean it after every use.
Over time, it is inevitable that our hair becomes more prone to damage. However, by pampering it with the right hair treatment, you may be able to bring it back to life.
Revitalise your hair by using a hair conditioner (Purity Repair Hair Conditioner) after wash. This will help nourish, protect, and moisturize your hair for soft, silky and manageable locks.
Herbal Hair and Scalp Treatment
At Bee Choo Origin, our Herbal Cream is freshly made with all-natural herbs and ingredients. Our Herbal Treatment not only helps maintain your healthy scalp but is also beneficial for individuals facing scalp issues such as Hair Loss, Itchy Scalp, Oily Scalp, Post-Pregnancy Hair Loss, White/Gray Hair, and Severe Dandruff.
About Bee Choo Origin
Bee Choo Origin is the top provider of hair care treatment along the Asia-Pacific Region. Established in year 2000, Bee Choo Origin Group had since set foot in more than 8 countries, providing high-quality herbal haircare solutions which had shown impeccable improvement of our customer’s scalps and hair growth. Bee Choo Origin aims to provide efficacious herbal hair treatment at affordable pricing as we believe that every individual deserves to have a head full of beautiful hair without having to pay out an incredible sum of money.