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How to Protect Hair from Chlorine Damage


If you have ever spent a summer’s day at the pool, you are probably all too familiar with the smell of chlorine clinging onto your hair and skin even long after you have left. Chlorine is commonly used to sanitize pool water, and its chemical properties break down bacteria that otherwise would be harmful to the unsuspecting swimmer. What Does Chlorine Do to Your Hair? Chlorine can become a nuisance, especially if you love going to the pool regularly. Over time, you will notice a difference in your hair after its contact with the chlorinated water. It may become dry and brittle to the touch which are all common signs that chlorine has stripped your hair of its natural oils....

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Why Hair pH Balance is for Everyone


Is your hair dry and frizzy? Does your scalp get easily irritated? Are dandruff and itchiness a recurring problem?  If your hair and scalp are not as healthy as they used to be despite trying new hair products every month, you may be ignoring one major factor affecting the overall health of your treasured locks -- pH levels. What Exactly is pH? The pH level measures how acidic a substance is on a scale of 0-14 with zero being the most acidic. For reference, lemon juice and vinegar are a 2 on the scale and bleach is a 13. Water, which is considered a neutral substance, is a 7 on the pH scale. When it comes to our hair, a...

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The Importance of pH for Your Hair


When it comes to choosing your hair care products, you’ve already got the color safe and the frizz control is taken care of, but what about the pH level of your treasured tresses? Huh? Exactly. Most people don’t realize how their pH level impacts the hair and the way the scalp handles hair products and even hair growth. And guess what? Frizz and color fading are all directly related to your hair’s pH levels. The pH level measures how acidic a substance is on a scale of 0-14, with zero being the most acidic. A healthy pH level for hair is somewhere between 4.5 and 5.5 and products low on alkaline will help maintain the proper acidity your hair needs...

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