Dry hair is the number one issue we face come September. My best buddy Scott Alan always recommends me to treat parched hair with a pre rinse of apple cider vinegar followed by a moisturizing shampoo & conditioner. Apply the moisturizer where sun damaged hair needs it most.. from the mid-shaft thru the ends
Hair can be hydrated and balanced with Honey , avocado, castor oil, olive oil, aloe, egg whites, lemon. Which can be combined and made into masks depending on your hair care needs. Check out the fridge for your next home made product
Okay I'm sure you all know about "it's a 10" well... if you don't know, now you know.
Argan, Moroccan, Avocado, Olive ... a little oil goes a long way! Try to avoid items with alcohol
As for your beauty regime..
Your skin needs to be super hydrated from the inside out! So start with 8-10 glasses of water a day.
Masks, masks, masks
Invest in yourself ! Facial treatment mask by SKII is the best! Super hydrating after damage from the sun (spf please!) there is also the Lancome Visionnaire Nuit Beauty Sleep Night mask that is to die for! Omg my skin loves this thirst quencher. If you have to go with a DIY then go with an egg yoke, avocado, aloe & cucumber homemade mask. Finished off with a some Micro Night Riche by Neocutis.
Mud is often used to detoxify and tone skin and is used as an anti-inflammatory agent, so I always love to use a mud mask within my routine.
Okay, exfoliating is key during and after summer, lots of fish scales to remove. Let's go with a mechanical or chemical exfoliator. There are your acids, alpha, beta, glycolic and salicylic then there are your microderms and scrubs (please be gentle!)
Barrier repairing products are key to keeping your skin from further damage.
Hyper pigmentation will be at an all time high while your glow fades. Make sure to spot treat with some of my favorite brand of brightening serums; Vitamin C, CE ferulic acid & alto defense. Brightening masks weekly also help tremendously.
Most importantly, spf should be used and reapplied throughout the day, all winter long!