Tips and essentials to get you through the seasonal transition
You might have noticed your strands looking parched and dehydrated through the winter, but as the air begins to warm its moisture content naturally increases, leaving hair frizzy and unruly. Sun exposure, although fine for hair in small doses, can in excess create additional stress, sometimes even compromising hair color, protein content, and luster. This stress combined with temperature changes can result in hair loss. (Not to worry: fall and spring "shedding" is common.)
Spring is, in one way, a big refreshing drink for thirsty skin. At the same time, rising temperatures kick sebum production into overdrive, which can cause skin to become oily. You might notice a bit of extra grease on your scalp during the transitional period. Try to prevent it from building up, which can clog pores and cause inflammation, leading to more hair loss.
Ready to start prepping your hair for springtime? These tips and essential Davines products will have you relishing silky-smooth, full-bodied, healthy hair during the challenging transitional period.
Once your hair is properly moisturized, you should see some of its natural luster return. But don't hesitate to boost shine and softness with a special treatment.
Spring is for shedding layers, not hair. The stronger, healthier, and more energised your hair, the less likely it is to fall out. Our Energizing line is designed to wake up the scalp and stimulate new hair growth while preventing further breakage.
May 02, 2023
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