I have long, thick hair and the underneath section has become very tangled in the last year. I thought it was to do with wearing a scarf in winter but have seen no improvement in recent months. I've tried conditioning treatments and daily detangling. What can I do?
Asked by MarianneG
hi there marianneG . Im sorry to hear this i cant stress how important regular conditioning treatments are but be very carefull with the ones you can by from the local chemist or supermarket as they containe chemicals that can in the long run make your problem worse this is due to the protine , sls and silicone that are used in some of the most popular home brands. I recomend an intensive conditioning treatment with a hot towel once a week in salon ,a ph balanced leave in conditioner and an argon oil serum . I would also like to stress that vitamin intake, oily fish in your diet and plenty of fruit and veg is so important as our hair is a mirror for what goes on in our bodys xx hope this helps you and pls feel free to contact me if you need to xx
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I agree, conditioning treatments are a great help. Apply the intensive conditioner to towel dried hair, wrap your hair in a plastic cap & towel and leave for 10 minutes to allow it to penetrate as much as possible before rinsing. Use the conditioning treatment once a week. Have you got highlighted hair as this makes the hair more tangly as it strips the hair of moisture. Moroccan oil is one of the best products you can apply to help - its expensive but a little goes a long way.