(BPT) – Having hair that is resilient means it can bounce back from the constant challenges it undergoes on a daily basis. From morning workouts through evening soirees, the key to stepping out with your best hair is establishing a strong, healthy foundation, starting from the scalp.
To help women achieve the hair they have always wanted, Clear Scalp & Hair experts Dr. Francesca Fusco, a leading New York City dermatologist, and celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin, share their go-to rules to live by for brilliant resilient hair.
Rule No. 1 – Fuel your body with power ingredients
Make a conscious effort to load up on power ingredients like cucumbers, celery, lemon, kale and aloe-vera to build resilience from the inside out. “Your diet plays an important part in keeping your hair in good condition. Eat foods high in omega-3 fatty acids like salmon to keep skin and scalp healthy,” says Fusco.
Rule No. 2 – Keep hair hydrated
Everyone knows that over styling takes a toll on your strands, but what you may not realize is that the scalp can lose up to one ounce of essential moisture a day. From the use of hot tools to constant pulling or coloring, it is important to build resilience so hair can withstand the daily torture it is put it through. “For a little extra TLC, use Clear Scalp & Hair Intense Hydration Deep Hydrating Treatment Mask once a week to replenish scalp and hair with an extra dose of moisture,” says Atkin.
Rule No. 3 – Remember that scalp is skin too
Over exposure to sun and harsh weather conditions, especially in the summer, can result in scalp and hair damage and dryness. Clear Scalp & Hair Intense Hydration Hydrating Shampoo and Hydrating Daily Conditioner are infused with Nutrium 10, a rich blend of vitamins and nutrients like vitamins B5, C and E and nourishing oils including sunflower, almond, soybean and coconut. Clear helps to restore moisture in the scalp and hair. “The scalp is where hair’s natural strength and beauty comes from so it is important to take care of it. Treat scalp and hair with nourishing ingredients like vitamins C and E to establish a resilient foundation,” says Fusco.
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