The change of seasons can impact more than just our frame of mind! Our skin can dry out in the summer and become irritated in the spring, and our noses drip during winter! The seasons can also play havoc with our hair – in winter our scalps dry out and our hair can become frizzy and tangled when wrapped in scarves and covered in coats and beanies. The following tips will help protect your tresses from these impacts.

Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate
In winter we are often drifting between the cold conditions outside and the toasty warmth of our heated interiors. This change in air temperature can leave your hair dry and brittle (and confused!). A simple and effective way to save your hair is to use the Pure Fiji Coconut Oil treatment. Simply warm the oil and apply it to your hair and scalp, leaving it in for as long as possible – overnight if you can! The oil replenishes your hair and adds moisture back into the scalp and roots, helping to maintain healthy regrowth.

Tame Your Mane 
Frizzy hair can be part of the deal when winter hits, but you can avoid this by taking care of your hair! Sulphate, which is found in lots of shampoos strips the hair of its natural oils and nutrients. Try the Pure Fiji Coconut Milk Shampoo which is free of sulphate, effortlessly removes build-up while the exotic extracts nourish your hair and scalp; restoring bounce and shine for healthy looking hair. This keeps your hair’s natural oils right where they should be.

Be Gentle 
Often we think that brushing our hair keeps it shiny and healthy, but in truth it can lead to split ends and breakage. Whilst it’s important to keep knots away we recommend you avoid brushing when you can. Brushing your hair when it’s wet can be damaging, as the warm water cleans it but also weakens it. Try combing your fingers through your hair instead of using a brush – it’s a much more gentle way to keep the tangles at bay.