Ever notice how we sometimes mess up our hair's health without even realizing it? When our hair gets damaged, it becomes fragile and easily breaks. And this is not what we want to sign up for, right? That breakage leaves us with hair that's all frizzy and far from fabulous. We are sure to end up with thinning hair and bald spots if we don't do anything about it. Fortunately, there is a silver lining. Making simple changes in our life and adopting tips and tricks will bring our hair back to its best condition.

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Tips And Tricks For Protecting Your Damaged Hair

Tips And Tricks For Protecting Your Damaged Hair

1. Choose Gentle Hair Products

Choose your hair products wisely. Using the wrong shampoo or styling products will affect the health of your hair. So, find products that match your hair type. This will reduce hair fall caused by damaged hair and tackle hair issues you're dealing with, such as dandruff. It's best to choose a shampoo based on your hair needs

Specifically for damaged hair, use our Olive oil & Peptide Bond Repair Shampoo. Enriched with patented protein bond complex repair technology, Olive Oil and Peptide, this shampoo works on a cellular level to repair, renew & strengthen hair from the inside out.

2. Deep Condition Regularly

The secret to silky, shiny hair! After you've washed your hair, apply some conditioner; make sure you coat your strands evenly, especially your mid-length and ends. Let it sit for a few minutes, then rinse it. Voila! Your hair will be softer and more lustrous than ever. Ensure to add a repair conditioner to your hair wash routine.

Choose a gentle conditioner based on your hair needs. Our Olive Oil & Peptide Conditioner to nourish dry and damaged hair. Olive oil is known to penetrate deep within the layers & intensely repair hair. Additionally, Peptide is known to rebuild damaged bonds & promote hair strength.

3. Limit Heat Styling

You may love your blow dryers and curling irons, but using them too much can be a bit harsh on your precious locks. So, here's the trick. Use the lowest heat setting, and don't make your hair bear the intense heat of a hot comb or curling iron work too often. Avoid using them as much as possible.

4. Use Hair Masks

Especially if you have fragile natural hair, a hair mask can help add nourishment. Our Olive Oil & Peptide Bond Repair Hair Mask is an amazing option. It penetrates deep into your hair fiber to build new bonds. It helps protect the hair from damage, and you can see visibly stronger hair in just one wash.

5. Embrace Protective Hairstyles

Tight hairstyles like ponytails and buns can be problematic for your hair. So, switch to a gentler style that won't pull on your hair.

6. Balanced Diet, Yes!

What you eat affects your locks. Munch on leafy greens, tasty fruits, nuts, and seeds to achieve happy, healthy hair. In general, just follow a healthy diet.

7. Stay Hydrated

Drink lots of water to stay hydrated. When properly hydrated, your scalp produces natural oils that keep your hair moisturized and shiny.

8. Regular Trims

Start by scheduling regular trims every 3-6 months. This will help you to eliminate split ends and damaged hair.

9. Use A Silk Pillowcase

Silk's smoothness can reduce tangles and frizz, but it won't completely stop hair breakage and damage. Start using a silk pillowcase regularly to ensure fewer split ends and overall healthy hair.


Caring for your hair is a crucial part of self-care, and the good news is you don't need fancy tools or treatments to do it. Simple steps like regular oiling and implementing the tips and tricks shared above can work wonders for your hair from the comfort of your home.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:1 What foods can I eat to strengthen my hair

A. You should eat seeds and nuts like almonds, walnuts, pumpkin, and flax seeds to achieve healthy hair.

Q:2 Which vitamins are essential for healthy hair

A. Hair health relies on key vitamins like folate, biotin, riboflavin, and vitamin B12. Deficiencies in these vitamins lead to hair loss.

Q:3 How can I tell if my hair products are sulfate-free

A. Check if the label mentions "sulfate-free," or carefully go through the ingredient list to ensure your product is sulfate-free.

Q:4 What happens if I don't protect my hair from the sun

A. If you don't protect your hair from the sun, it can lead to brittleness, dryness, color fading, and even potential damage to the hair cuticle.


Written by Samradni Pradhan on May 19, 2024