Does your daily hair care routine equate to pulling your hair back into a ponytail as you rush out of the house? Just like your body needs exercise and nutrients to stay fit, your hair also needs some TLC every day. If you find that your hair is dry and damaged, starting a daily hair care routine or changing the one you already have established may be the right move for you. Read on for our tips on how to repair dry and damaged hair with a daily hair care routine.

Color Less Often

While you may love sporting ravishing red or jet black locks, the truth is that color treating your hair can damage its healthy shine. You can try coloring less often or switching to brands if you color at home. You may want to even consider switching to semi-permanent hair color which is more gentle on your hair’s cuticle. No matter what, be sure to use color-safe shampoo and conditioners. These products are specially formulated to moisturize the hair shaft and prevent the dye from leaking out. We love Goji Berry Hair Restoration Shampoo for dry, damaged, and color-treated hair.

Be Careful With the Heat

If the flat iron or blow dryer is your best friend, you might want to take a break from each other. Excessive heat can dry out the hair, causing damage and making it look dull. If you absolutely can’t live without those super straight locks or luscious curls, try lowering the heat on your styling tool. If you’re used to blow-drying your hair every day, wait until it’s about 70% air-dried first, and try to maintain a distance so you’re not blasting your hair with too much heat. Finally, be sure to apply a heat protector on your hair before you start styling!

Get Regular Haircuts

Trimming your hair regularly helps to get rid of damaged and split ends. If you’re not trimming these damaged strands often enough, the split ends can actually travel up the hair shaft and cause more brittleness and frizz. It’s recommended to trim your hair at least every 6-8 weeks.

Apply Our Goji Berry Hair Products  

It seems like everyone is consuming goji berry these days, and for a good reason! They are packed with antioxidants and nutrients that have a whole-body benefit. But did you know that this berry is also a superfood for your hair? These little berries are packed with Vitamin A that helps stimulate blood flow and circulation. So when you apply it you’re scalp, it can help keep it healthy and moisturized. If you’re struggling with dandruff, you’ll definitely want to try our Goji Berry Mask once a week. Goji berries also have natural anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties which can help control unwanted scalp acne.

The bottom line? Every head of hair is unique so finding the perfect hair routine for you may be trial-and-error. Just remember that your hair needs vitamins, nutrients, and TLC too!