SUPER MOISTURIZING HAIR MASK

The winter months may cause your hair to become overly dry and frizzy, which can lead to split ends, hair loss, dandruff, an itchy scalp, and other problems. So, in order to safeguard your hair during this dry season, you should take additional care of it. Additionally, a DIY hair mask would save your hair. Why pay high prices when you can create your own DIY masks with a few inexpensive ingredients? Try these out right away because even your mother will like them!

WHAT IS A HAIR MASK?

Like a face mask, a hair mask is for the hair. It works like a deep conditioner to provide your hair the substantial support it needs to get better and stronger, regardless of whether it is dry, heat-damaged, chemically coloured, curly, or even just ageing. Rich components like natural oils and butters are typically present in hair masks in higher concentrations than in regular conditioners.

HOW IS IT DIFFERENT FROM HAIR CONDITIONER?

Hair conditioner is a product which “conditions” the hair, which means, it helps making hair look more smooth, re-hydrated, and more managed. It only conditions the shafts, since its applied only to the shafts. Hair conditioner needs to apply with each hair wash.

On the other hand, hair mask is more about providing the hair with nutrition, along with all the benefits related to conditioner. It is thicker than conditioner, and therefore can’t be used after every hair wash. It is usually applied 1-2 times in a fortnight. It can be applied to the entire length of the hair, from roots to tip.

So essentially, hair masks are more reparative, whereas conditioners are more about instant management. Hair conditioners are about instant results, but shorter durations, whereas masks are about more deep-rooted hair nourishment, and works long term from inside out.

WHATS IN IT, AND HOW DOES IT HELP?

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