Natural Hair Care For Swimmers | How to Protect Your Hair From Chlorine and Salt Water - Curly Chic
Natural Hair Care for Swimmers

Natural Hair Care For Swimmers | How to Protect Your Hair From Chlorine and Salt Water

Natural Hair Care For Swimmers

Well summer is almost here, the weather is getting warmer and it is the right time to put on your bathing suit and hit the pool! But what about our hair? What happens to our hair when it is constantly exposed to chlorine and salt water? Here I will give you some great valuable tips on natural hair care for swimmers.

How To Protect Your Hair From Chlorine and Salt Water

The answer to the above questions is the cuticles of our hair is instantly raised. This is that rough surface you feel when you run your fingers through your hair after a fun time in the pool. Furthermore, this is the reason why your hair feels dry to touch and can be easily break, lacks moisture retention and can become damaged. How to prevent any damage from occurring to the hair strands. Instantly, begins by applying conditioner to your hair then rinsing it with an acidic solution (learn more here)as soon as you are done swimming.

Hair Damage Prevention

An acidic solution such as apple cider vinegar will immediately lay your cuticle layers preventing frizz, friction and your hair from damage. Moreover, you will immediately feel a great difference in the way your hair feels! Apple cider vinegar will normalize the Ph level in your hair leaving it feel soft to the touch.

Now, if your hair feels dryer the usual. Apply a leave-in conditioner to the hair or include a deep conditioning treatment to boost the moisture levels back into your hair strands.

As A Matter Of Fact

Watch the video above for complete details on how to protect your hair while swimming.

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Until Next Post,

Stay Tuned

Ellisha ❤


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