I know, it may seem like a silly question, but there’s a pretty significant difference between caring for your hair and caring for your scalp. By shampooing your hair, you’re removing any oils or dirt that may be lingering from a day or two sans wash. You then continue your routine with a light conditioner and maybe a smoothing crème or leave-in conditioner. Boom! That’s all for haircare. Now, how does scalp care differ? Think of the head like a garden. Just as the earth needs healthy soil that’s nurtured through water and fertilization, the scalp should be free of product buildup and residue for healthy hair to grow. Traditional hair-care products like shampoo are designed to wash your hair, not your scalp. So, let discuss some common hair and scalp ailments and how you’d care for them accordingly.
Our story begins at the forefront of the hair replacement industry. Nutrifuse was originally developed as a hair care system with the strength to replenish moisture and nourishment for severely damaged hair replacement units. The human hair used in wigs, extensions, and other hair units goes through a laborious process that often leaves hair dirty, knotted, matted down, and extremely dehydrated. To combat these issues, Nutrifuse was created and led the movement for an entirely new generation of hair care. Keep reading to see how our line of restorative haircare products helps combat dry, damaged hair.
Sure, we love using our favorite hair products for healing any hair problems, but sometimes we just want to get a little creative and make a whole experience out of hair care. Raise your hand if you designate one night to pamper yourself a week. If not, these three easy DIY hair masks are sure to get you into the habit. Read on to find the best DIY hair mask for your hair issues.
Summer is coming but beware. With endless fun in the sun comes elements that can damage your hair. Today on the blog, we’re bringing you the best tips and tricks to protect your hair this summer. We’re also discussing overexposure to sun, chlorine, and sea salt and how it can damage your hair. Are you ready?
New hair, new you—except when you don’t shampoo your hair correctly. Ever look in the mirror a couple of hours after washing your hair and notice an oily, frizzy mess staring back at you? Hey, it’s happened to the best of us so don’t worry. Today on the blog we’re discussing some common shampoo mistakes you’re making and how you can avoid them. Goodbye, oily, frizzy mess!
Unfortunately, there’s no right or wrong answer for this. It all depends on personal experience and what works best for your needs. Some may like to wash their hair every day and others may do it once or twice a week. Of course, prolonging the time between a wash can lead to more scalp problems, especially if you’re spritzing some dry-shampoo on the skip days. Read on to see how often you should wash your hair according to your hair type.
Lately, we’ve been discussing different habits or products that could be ruining your hair, but this month we thought we’d keep the subject a little light and give you some hair trends that are gracing the pages of beauty blogs and magazines. Keep reading to see what five trends will be dominating the streets this upcoming season.
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to be more active, but you’re struggling to find the motivation, then keep reading to see how exercise can affect your hair. You might be surprised by the facts.
We all know that anything from harsh chemicals to heat styling tools can damage your hair, but what about hair products? It’s not too often that we hear about the actual products that could be causing harm to our hair. So, we put together a list of three products that could be causing some of the hair woes that you’re concerned about. Fair warning, you might shed a tear on the first one.
You usually wake up from a night of heavy drinking feeling sluggish and probably a little sick. You’re dehydrated, lacking nutrients, and tired as hell. You stumble over to the mirror, afraid to look up and see what stares back at you. Skin is feeling dehydrated and your hair…well, let’s just say bed head isn’t to blame this time around. In fact, alcohol can have similar effects on your hair as it does on your skin. With the holidays in full motion and the end of the year quickly approaching, it might be a good idea to read up on how alcohol can affect your hair and lead to those dreaded #badhairdays.