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Can CBD Help With Winter Hair Care

By Sarah Johns, The Fresh Toast on

Published in Cannabis Daily

Harsh cold weather can do a number of your hair….should you add CBD to your healthy hair routine?

Winter is tough on the hair. Like skin, it can often feel dry in the wintertime. This is mainly due to the lack of humidity leaving it slightly damaged. Curly-haired folks are more likely to suffer since it takes longer for natural, moisturizing oils to travel down the hair shaft.  Add in hats, snags and everything else and your help needs a little extra help. There are several things you can do, but can CBD help with winter hair care?

There are some basic tip to help not only your hair, but your body. Drinking healthy fluids, sleep, and good habits are year round benefits.  But in winter, you might need to adjust a few other things. Hair care is a huge business, and there are cbd products, but it’s important to find something to truly. help your hair and scalp health. Read the labels and reviews to make sure you get solid results.

The body naturally produces cannabinoids to help it stay healthy. CBD products are thought to help balance healthy hair. Hair has receptors which respond to  CBD when it touches them, and some experts believe this is what can help hair and keep it strong. The antioxidants in CBD may help give you a healthy scalp. CBD also has anti-inflammatory properties, which could help soothe inflammatory scalp conditions that may affect hair growth, such as eczema and psoriasis.

A CBD hair mask can rehydrate the hair in the winter and give it more bounce and luster. It can will help replenish lost nutrients through the use of too many heat tools, heater blasts, and dry air.

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Other practical tips include:

 

Humidifiers help rehydrate the air to keep your locks looking lustrous.

Trimming hair every four to eight weeks is a good way to maintain hair health and keep  locks looking fresh. Taking a half inch off reduces the chances of developing dry, split ends.

Avoid a hot shower. the water pulls moisture from your hair, making it brittle and vulnerable to breaking. Instead, wash the hair with lukewarm water followed with a cool rinse.

Wet hair outside when it is cold can make you feel chilled and uncomfortable. But it will not give you a cold. But it can cause hair to freeze and break, since wet hair is more vulnerable to damage.

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