Since my mid-teens my hair has become increasingly dry. I've tried every type of shampoo and conditioner, from cheap to expensive, including deep conditioners and hot oil. I eat healthily and never blow-dry my hair, so what's going on?
Dry hair can be the outcome of several different factors, from pollution through to over-washing. It's great to hear you're so willing to try out different things to remedy your dry hair. However, it's important to remember that using excessive amounts of products on a regular basis, or changing products too frequently may also have a negative effect on the condition.
You mention that you eat healthily, but it's still worth speaking to a nutritionist with regard to your problem. They may be able to suggest food types rich in essential vitamins and minerals which can help your hair. You can contact a nutritionist via your local doctor (GP). Your doctor may also be able to advise you on the cause of your dry hair, which could be the by-product of an issue such as stress or any medication you may be taking.
Have you also considered speaking to someone in your salon about your hair? They will be able to suggest tips and recommend products which could also improve the moisture content of your hair. It's important for you to keep a positive outlook about this an one way to do this is by talking to professionals with regard to making it less dry, rather than trying different treatments too frequently.
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