How can this be achieved? Use our step-by-step plan:
1. Check the condition of the scalp.
Health hair starts from a follicle. The stronger is the follicle, the better is its adhesion to the dermis, and that means that hair is less susceptible to premature hair loss. Hair will fall out less and grow better with a healthy scalp. Therefore, clean it regularly with a non-aggressive shampoo, providing careful relief from external pollution and seboom and stimulating cell renewal. Valdoré Recovery Shampoo contains the gentlest surfactants that cleanse skin without damaging its lipid layer. Due to the complex extracts of plant stem cells it stimulates cell renewal of the dermis for better hair growth. The correct shampoo does not only clean, but also makes scalp healthier and more susceptible to penetration of ingredients of the following care products.
2. Never neglect conditioning and moisturizing care.
A modern person living in a frenzied rhythm tends to lack nutrients, therefore, for hair beauty and health it is necessary to supply it from the outside. Valdoré Nourishing Conditioner is enriched with biotin and vitamin E, vital for hair health, so it does a great job. The bioactive component panthenol, which is included in this treatment, stimulates the production of its own fatty acids and hair keratin, thus moisturizing and restoring its density. Natural extract of chamomile and sunflower oil provides antioxidant action, and forms impalpable protective film on the hair surface that fights against UV radiation, high temperatures and mechanical damage. Valdoré Nourishing Conditioning also includes positively charged caring silicon particles that are attracted to the damaged structures of keratin, as if smoothing damage.
3. Use hair oils.
Smooth locks look thicker and denser. A variety of plant oils have long been used for smoothing and making hair silkiness. Yet natural oil, for all its benefits, can glue and weigh hair. So choose water-soluble formulas that allow the penetration of oil nutrients inside the hair and do not remain on the surface. Adding "to the daily diet" Valdoré Smoothing oil on the basis of valuable natural components will provide your hair with gloss and radiance without excessive weighting.
4. Not to forget about the massage
Just 2-3 minutes of massage a day can work wonders. Massage the scalp from the periphery to the center with soft circular movements with your fingertips. If you add Valdoré Stimulating Serum for scalp based on ginkgo biloba and essential oils to the massage, you will ensure optimal nutrition of the hair follicles and improve the structure of the hair from the inside.
5. Maintain your hair in the off-season with extra care.
In spring and autumn, body experiences an acute shortage of vitamins, and this primarily affects hair health. Therefore, in the off-season, hair needs special care. To maintain its beauty at this time, use additional care with a stimulating effect, containing bioactive substances and essential oils. Valdoré Intensive Anti-Hair Loss Complex is based on a formula with phyto-stem cells providing active hair growth. It also contains aminexil, to fight effectively against hair loss, and valuable plant extracts that permanently improve hair structure. This 28-day ampoule course restores natural hair growth and scalp balance, stopping hair loss and providing thicker and stronger hair for a long time. Its action is based on the efficient improvement of the scalp vessels state and functioning, which leads to an extension of hair life cycle and to an improvement in its nutrition. Valdoré Intensive Anti-Hair Loss Complex provides hair at the cellular level with bioactive substances involved in natural hair synthesis.
6. Visit your hairdresser regularly.
Make sure you visit the hairdresser once every 2-3 months to cut off the ends. Even a slight decrease in length adds hair stimulus for a more dense growth.
7. Eat usefully for your hair.
Hair “adores” proteins and amino acids: eat more oily fish, meat, eggs, nuts, legumes and green vegetables. They also benefit from foods rich in iron (red meat, buckwheat, pomegranate), selenium (Brazil nut, seafood), zinc (shellfish, wheat bran, liver) and B vitamins (cereals and beans).