Hello Green Beauty Lovers! Here I am and today we gonna talk about hair. Yes, healthy one which every woman wishes to have and every man is afraid to lose:)
So healthy, full of volume and bounced, enough nourished and moistured, silky and glossy hair – is it a hype or an achievable reality?
So how to maintain healthy hair? Here are some tips for you as a start.
1) During wash shampoo from your roots to the mid-shaft of your hair.
2) Avoid silicones, sulfates, and alcohols in your shampoo and conditioner.
3) Try not to brush your hair when it's wet.
4) Rinse and condition in cold water to help lock in conditioning agents.
5) Better go for a silk pillowcase.
6) Don`t wash every day.
Didn`t we miss anything? Oh yes, choosing the right products for your hair!
Let me share with you some of my recent findings.
Less Is More is the first professional organic haircare brand in the world with organically certified products!
Among Celebrities of the brand are Karolina Kurkova, Demi Moore, Jude Law, Anthony Hopkins, Alexa Chung, Sienna Miller, Emma Watson, Melanie Laurent, Rachel Weisz, Helena Severin, Kylie Jenner, Alicia Keys to name just a few.
Less is More is developed jointly by Dr. Doris Brandhuber and Hannes Trummer.
Many people in the UAE have a concern about getting their hair dry and brittle. Sun, chlorine and air conditioning are all drying on the hair, and heat and humidity can make hair look frizzy.
Have a look at Less is More Mallowsmooth shampoo.
Its intensively moisturising sulfate-free formula softens and smoothes particularly dry, thick and brittle hair, and protects it from drying out.
Pure Organic Essence with Rose Hip Seed Oil, Mallow Extract and Coconut Oil.
If using a conditioner is your must follow ritual you can complement it with Less is More Mallowsmooth Conditioner which smoothes the hair structure and gives your hair moisture.
If you want just a shining finish for your damaged hair, have a look at Rose Serum.
It is an oil serum based on certified organic Rose Hip seed oil*, Jojoba oil*, Apricot kernel oil* and Coconut oil. You can use it as a mask and intensive treatment: massage into scalp and hair, and preferably leave it overnight.
Aloe Vera...one of the top natural healing and soothing ingredients and favourite one for those choosing natural remedies. Whether you have an oily hair and look to purify them or want to add volume and body for fine hair, check shampoos with organic Aloe Vera extract.
Less is More didn't miss to get the one – Aloe Mint Volume shampoo which has a pleasantly refreshing and clarifying effect on scalps with a tendency to greasiness.
Aloe Vera, Horsetail extract, Forest Honey – to soothe, balance sebum production or add moisture.
Do you know that neem Neem extract* originally from India, where its varied benefits have been known for centuries, helps with a variety of skin problems, including dandruff?
If you have a sensitive scalp, dandruff or irritation, go for Less is More Neem Scalp Relief shampoo. Its mild formula with neem extract, hemp seed oil and forest honey clarifies and soothes flacking and itching and balances the scalp.
My beauties, if you are looking for organic special treatments or styling products without those nasties, Less is More makes it really different and special.
If you are having those stubborn curlies, almost not manageable and difficult to brush, my absolute favourite is Less is More Tangerine Curl Balm with Aloe Vera and Melissa extract.
It is a leave-in conditioner, ideal for curly hair which creates shine, volume, bounce and makes it easy to comb. Pure fresh juice of Aloe Vera is so soothing and cooling.
For picky gentlemen's craving for ethical grooming and hair products, Less is More offers its Kieselwax. It works perfectly fine for short hair, gives strong but flexible hold.
100% certified organic essences Cypress*, Sicilian Lemon*, Peppermint* lift the mood.
If you need a bit of styling and root boosting to create more volume, opt for Angelroot Volume Spray. Beet sugar will do the job – will hold strong and provide moisture.
I hope you enjoyed my tips and advices today. Keep your hair healthy, shiny and well nourished. Stay green!