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HAIRCARE

Caring for your hair is completely an individual choice. But everybody tries to prevent hair damage by avoiding bad practices. For example, over washing the hair can cause reduced volume and a dry, itchy scalp. Exposing the hair to extreme heat can also steam and boil your hair, making it susceptible to breakage. It will help if you get the best products for keeping your hair cool and relaxed, such as;

Monoi and coconut oil

Monoi product is popular for its healing and repair features. I mainly prefer using it on my hair. It contains restorative properties that strengthen my hair following a single-use. Even my clients have praised it for preventing hair damage from the root. Also, it contains coconut oil that offers incredible moisturizing traits to the hair and skin. Therefore, I back up the claims about these products.

Not all hair oils penetrate the cuticle. Penetrative types meaningfully lock moisture in the hair shaft, including coconut, avocado, and olive oils. Others that do not allow penetration include jojoba and grapeseed oils. Penetrative oils are superb in providing reparative effects. Such products include Carol’s Daughter Monoi Repair Styling Milk, For the Olaplex No 9 Bonding Oil, which contains Coprah coconut oil and Tiare Gardenia blend to repair and strengthen the hair. Its recipe is also under 450 degrees heat protection for more strength and less breakage.

Mental health expert
MS, University of Latvia

I am deeply convinced that each patient needs a unique, individual approach. Therefore, I use different psychotherapy methods in my work. During my studies, I discovered an in-depth interest in people as a whole and the belief in the inseparability of mind and body, and the importance of emotional health in physical health. In my spare time, I enjoy reading (a big fan of thrillers) and going on hikes.

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