It’s raining heavily outside, and it almost looks beautiful. Even though the thought of a brisk stroll or jog sounds tempting, it’s all at the risk of getting completely drenched in the rain. While this does feel amazing, there are a bunch of pollutants and dust particles circulating in the environment, which may gather into the rain, and end up soaking your clothes, your skin, and your hair too. The acid and dirt in the rain can gather up in your hair cuticles, causing easy damage, breakage, and hair loss. We’re here to provide you with handy tips and tricks on how you can prevent hair fall, and protect your hair in the best way during this weather.

Did you set off on that brisk walk and actually end up getting drenched? Don’t worry, we’re here to help. First, make sure you immediately step into the shower and wash your hair well. Since a lot of pollutants have entered your hair, your tresses need a gentle and natural hair treatment. PureSense has a range of grapefruit and macadamia hair products that you can choose from, for that natural hair cleanse. Since the monsoons make the hair dry, damaged, and frizzy, you need a hair product that helps you solve this problem. The PureSense Relaxing Macadamia Deep Nourishing Hair Cleanser works like magic here. It is enriched with the combined goodness of ethically sourced macadamia nut oil, Vitamin E and Vitamin B5, which softens your hair, tames and controls frizz, gently nourishing and cleansing your scalp. This pure formulation is also recommended for dry and chemically treated hair. Spent hours searching for a good hair conditioner online? That also comes to an end if you purchase the PureSense Macadamia Deep Nourish Hair Care Combo, which carries the double benefit of a shampoo and a conditioner. Pairing your hair cleanser with a conditioner further softens your hair and makes it shiny and frizz-free.

Once you have washed your hair well, make sure you dry it the right way, by using a soft microfibre towel, to gently soak in the wet strands. A towel of this kind causes minimum friction amongst the hair strands and effectively reduces hair fall. After your hair has sufficiently dried, let it loose and allow it to air dry further. Don’t try to tie it up with a rubber band. Wet hair makes the cuticles fall apart easily, making them prone to easy damage. Therefore, tying your hair up will further weaken them, making them dry, brittle, resulting in hair fall. 

You can keep your hair soft and moisturized throughout the week, with the help of a relaxing oil massage. Mix 1-2 tablespoons of coconut oil, with soaked up fenugreek seeds, and heat it for around 10-20 seconds. Massage this oil to your damp and frizzy hair, and let the moisturizing effect settle into your scalp. Leave this treatment overnight, and follow it up again with your regular shampoo routine, using your favorite PureSense shampoo. If you don’t prefer a hair oil, you can also slice a portion of fresh aloe vera gel, and apply it to your scalp, for similar, moisturizing effects.

As you must have commonly experienced, frizziness and dryness are some of the main effects of monsoon on the hair, and you need to find solutions to combat this feeling. Keep following your hair care routine on a regular basis, so that your hair becomes softer, shinier, and silkier in no time. Remember to stay natural, eat clean, and follow healthy practices, leading to a better, healthier lifestyle.