Women Over 50 Tackling Dry Scalp this Winter

Suffering from an itchy, dry scalp? Cold, dry air can cause the cuticle of the hair strand to lift. The lifting of the hair cuticle dries the scalp out and ultimately causes dandruff. Over winter, women over 50 should adjust their hair regimen to combat this. Switch out your products for moisture-rich alternatives to ensure your follicles and scalp are properly hydrated and protected from the winter air.

Using a personalized hair care solution, will have additional rich oils like argan oil added to your hair shampoo and conditioner. Here are some additional tips to ensure that your hair and scalp don’t get to dry this winter.

Apply a Deep Treatment

A deep treatment helps to rejuvenate your hair and promote growth. The deep treatment is infused with exotic blends of Ginseng, Bamboo, & Coconut Oil, which work together to create elasticity, strength, the porosity in your hair. Added caffeine also works to promote circulation and stimulate the scalp, which also promotes healthy hair.

Massage your scalp during a deep treatment for increased blood circulation & added follicle stimulation.

Apply a Hair Masque

A hair masque is a deep conditioning treatment for the hair. Applied once every two weeks to increase moisture in the hair. The hair masque prevents breakage and helps against frizz. They are also known to make hair soft and shiny. Enriched with Raw Shea Butter, Castor Seed Oil, Olive Oil, and other natural botanicals, this all-over hair conditioner infuses moisture.

Protect your delicate waves and curls from the damage of constant curling, twisting, braiding, and straightening with a hair masque. Apply your hair masque on wet hair which enables the ingredients to be absorbed into the hair’s cuticle.

Moisturizing for Women Over 50

Women over 50 tend to experience drier hair due to our natural aging process and menopause. Our mature and gray hair tends to be drier because of the sebaceous gland activity.

The lack of sebum is the major cause of dry hair and scalps. Those with curlier and longer hair are also more likely to have their hair dry out because the sebum may not make its way from the scalp to your ends. Ensure to start your moisturizing regimen with the tips of your hair, making your way toward your scalp. This technique will allow you to counteract the natural movement of the oils.

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