DON’T SWEAT IT!



NOT ALL THAT GLISTENS IS GOLD.... FOR YOUR HAIR TOO!


We always hear that for body fitness and overall health, we must sweat it out. Exercise for the mind, body and soul. But what about the hair? Does sweat do your hair any good? Well, no! Excessive sweating can lead to hair fall. Shocking, but excessive sweating is one of the reasons for premature greying and hair fall.

Excessive sweating is caused by certain things such as:

#1 IRREGULAR HAIR WASH ROUTINE


Dirty hair clogs up the hair follicles and causes blockage of air and moisture. Leaving your hair dirty for long periods, without a thorough wash will damage the health of your hair. It is advised to maintain a good hair wash routine with use of a good cleansing shampoo and a moisturizing conditioner. Pantene’s Hair Fall Control shampoo and conditioner will be your best friend when it comes to taking care of your hair, as it hydrates, refreshes and nourishes your hair, while at the same time, getting rid of dirt and impurities. Learn how often to schedule hair wash sessions according to hair types. Use Pantene Hair Fall Control products for strong and healthy hair in 14 days.


Hair Wash to Fight Sweaty Scalp

#2 OVER USE OF DRY SHAMPOOS


Dry shampoo is a blessing from above during bad hair days, days when the oils and sweat on your scalp can sabotage every good photo op. But then again, too much of something is too dangerous. To look presentable, one may excessively use dry shampoos. They do not clean your scalp, but just soak up the oil present on it and provide a fresh look. Using it excessively leads to scalp irritation which results in sweat and dirt being accumulated and eventually leads to hair fall.


Limit Use of Dry Shampoos

#3 STRESS


Like all other evils, stress is one of the factors that causes excessive sweating on your scalp. It’s a given that we perspire when we feel anxious or stressed. Stress can cause hair fall; find tips to avoid stress for thicker hair.


De-Stress for Healthy Hair

TIPS TO TREAT HAIR DAMAGED BY EXCESSIVE SWEATING:

#1 FLUIDS


Your body is dependent on its nutrition, with a key focus on fluids. Drink lots of water. Keeping yourself hydrated is significantly beneficial to treat damaged hair and reduce hair fall.


Hydrate for Healthy Hair

#2 KEEP COOL


Literally, keep cool. To ensure better growth of hair and to prevent hair fall due to sweating, make sure to be in surroundings that are cool and pleasant. Wear clothes that keep you cool and indulge in food that isn’t too oily or heaty. Use a scarf on your head when exposed to the sun or a cap during hot days.


Protect Hair From Direct Heat

#3 REGULAR HAIR WASH


Always, always, always wash your hair thoroughly after you exercise. It will bring back the life of your hair, while being gentle in getting rid of the dirt settled on your scalp. Pick Pantene Hair Fall Control shampoo and conditioner to nourish, rejuvenate and protect your hair from damage and hair fall.


Regular Deep Hair & Scalp Cleansing

Don’t sweat it girls! Keep Pantene by your side and you’re good to go!