Oils or masks in winter?

Oils or masks in winter?

Published : 01/31/2019 12:25:45
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It's cold. It is a fact. And the cold also affects our hair. This is also a fact. How do we protect it? The truth is that both oils and masks will help protect our hair from external factors, but which one do we recommend more at this time of year?

  

First we should understand in which part of our hair and scalp each of these products acts, then we will see. Here we go.

Our beloved good fats (fatty acids) that provide the oils, help us strengthen, restore shine and restore the balance of fat in oily hair (here we explained it to you).

When we soak our hair with oil, it is in the root or hair follicle where the nutrients and vitamins will be deposited and act. These are responsible for the health and vitality of the hair.  

In contrast, the masks act on the scale of the entire hair. A mask is an emulsion, that it is composed of a liquid part and an oily part. The active principles of the liquid part perform their action on the structure of the hair and the elements of the oil phase repair the lipid envelope of the hair.

 

So, in times of cold, a mask will effectively protect our hair more from damage by intense cold. However, remember, that the oil will be responsible for returning the health to your hair.

 

 

Protect your hair as you protect your skin

 

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