How to Boost Your Hair's Health Now

During the winter season your hair can be very dry and seem as if it’s not growing. But, there are a few tricks to keep your strands healthy and hydrated.

Deena Campbell Jan, 13, 2016

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Know what to look for and what to avoid when it comes to your shampoo and conditioner. Keep in mind your hair has different needs in the cooler weather than in the summer months. And, it’s also great to bear in mind that too much heat—anytime of the year—can be dangerous.

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Having a healthy scalp is very important in the winter particularly at a time when you may be adding more oils and conditioners, which can mean more buildup and flaky scalps. Avoid products with lots of buildup, and get an occasional scalp massage to get the blood flowing!

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Did you know that salmon is laced with omega-3 fatty acids that promote hair growth? And, foods like nuts, eggs and chickpeas are loaded with protein, iron, zinc and biotin that promote healthy hair.