With the arrival of summer and vacation, beach, sun, sea and pool become part of everyones agenda. And women, more careful, think about protecting your skin with lots of sunscreen and creams, and caring for the body with physical activity, diet and hydration. But 90% of people forget that there are other parts of the body that need a lot of care, such as hair .
According to Dr. Cassian Squire, Chemist IPclin (Integrated Clinical Research Institute Ltd.) sand, pool chlorine, sun rays, wind and sea salt damage the health of the hair and cause them to lose a lot of water and protein and staying dry, faded and split ends.
All this destruction, often not felt at the time and only we realize when we returned from vacation, he emphasizes.
In summerwatch video people need to redouble hair care, so they do not get too damaged. It is known that for good health of hair need to protect them against ultraviolet radiation. Hair is composed by more than 95% protein and expose to the sun when the intense, especially in summer, breakage of the hair protein structure occurs and result are more fragile, brittle, dull, dehydrated and discolored hair.
There are new technologies embedded in hair cosmetic formulations that bring numerous benefits. Individuals should look for shampoos, conditioners, masks and styling creams that contain sunscreens, explains chemist.
For Cassian Squire simple precautions can help keep hair healthy all summer. Professional answers the questions most attend in hairdressing salons and that will help prevent problems.
What precautions should people take to the wires so they do not dry out after swimming and / or pool?
To prevent drying after these intemperismos is recommended to seek the use of cosmetic formulations and high-tech performance.
It makes a difference out in the sun using a cream with sunscreen? It is the ideal?
Yes, you can make all the difference. Leave-in products typically have a higher concentration of assets that protect the hair. Certainly, prevention is always better than cure as the saying goes.
Is there any problem wash your hair every day this season?
It is difficult to speak because the frequency of cleaning is difficult to change the habit of the consumer, but the more physico-chemical exposure have this hair throughout the day, it is suggested that the cosmetic hair treatment is also proportional in order to minimize the unwanted effects.
Make moisturizing helps protect hair? How many times a week is ideal?
Yes, helps prevent breakage or decreased natural shine or decreased alertness hair color. The average was two to a maximum of three times a week.
Which products are best for your hair in the summer?
Professional products containing the entire line (shampoo, conditioner, mask and cream to comb) sunscreen of high technology.
The use of dryers at this time causes damage to the hair? What?
Yes very much so. Actually cause damage not only in summer but in any season. Damage is split ends, dryness, discoloration of hair dye and more brittle hair. The split ends can appear for several reasons. The main ones are: dry hair, excessive use of flat iron / dryers / brushing, smoothing, dyes and discoloration.
What types of hair are most affected by wear caused by the sun and chlorine?
Dyed / bleached hair are the ones who suffer most because wear passed a physical chemist prior due to such exposure. Both the internal structure (the cortex) of the hair as the external structure (cuticle) for damage often only partially reversible with shocks of cosmetic treatment professional lines.
The blond hair suffer more from the impact of the sun and salt water? What hair suffers the most?
The blond hair have more pheomelanin (lighter pigment in melanocytes) than eumelanin (darker pigment in melanocytes). Thus, lighter hair suffer more damage than dark, but this also depends on other factors. Examples: much depends on the history of chemical treatments (dyes, discolorations, exposure to chlorine, salt, progressive) and physical (dryers, flat irons, brushes, etc.), ie, the history of each hair is very important to judge whether the course is more or less tolerable with respect to the new exhibits. This varies greatly from individual to individual.