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Do you know your hair type but don’t know the best way of looking after it?

  Your hair is unique. Its quality and structure change with age, lifestyle and even the season. Choosing the right care for your hair type can help it look beautiful and give you a healthy scalp.

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Dry hair


Dry hair is characterised by a lack of shine and feels rough to the touch. It is difficult to comb through, gets tangled easily and loses its natural elasticity.
 
What to use:
  • Try to limit heat styling and mechanical stress as much as possible and use appropriate hair products.
  • Start with a shampoo that will clean the scalp and prepare the hair fibre to absorb the active substances.
  • You will need to add a hydrating and nourishing treatment in the form of a conditioner. At least once a week you should use a mask to give your hair a deep moisturising treatment.
  • If you dream of sleek and shiny hair, you can choose from a range of oils and serums for dull hair, which also work as protection against frizz and heat.

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Colour-treated hair


šWhether you want your hair to be a different colour or if it’s more about hiding that unwanted grey, colour-treated hair is often dehydrated, lacks shine or fades quickly.
 
What to use:
  • Products for colour-treated hair help you to keep the colour vibrant and glossy for as long as possible. They also provide all the nourishment required by your hair and scalp.
  • Start with a shampoo that makes the colour stand out. As colour-treated hair tends to be drier, follow-up care in the form of a conditioner or mask is also important. You should always apply these products to towel-dried hair and leave them on for the recommended time.
  • Don’t forget about heat protection, as blow-drying and straightening mean more unnatural stress for colour-treated hair.
  • The shine and heat protection you want for your hair can be achieved with finishing oils, creams, serums and fluids. Most of them are also lightly fragranced, to give your hairstyle that finished effect and a pleasant sensation.

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Oily hair


Oily hair is limp and hard to style and can appear heavy and unkempt. The hair tends to stick together in unsightly strands and is a problem for many people.
 
What to use:
  • A gentle shampoo for this hair type will not irritate the scalp or dry it out, and will prevent excess sebum. The best type of shampoo is one with a light consistency and the ability to soothe your scalp.
  • From time to time, it is a good idea to remove excess sebum from the scalp by using clay masks to absorb it.
  • If you don’t have time to wash your hair as often as you should, dry shampoo can also be of help.

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Damaged hair


Hair that has been put through various chemical, mechanical or heat processes for a while loses its natural elasticity, looks dull and is very fragile and brittle.
 
What to use:
  • Gentle treatment, hydration and complete nourishment for your hair can prevent and remedy the damage. Suitable products contain keratin, ceramides, vitamins and collagen.
  • Start with a regenerating shampoo to clean and prepare your hair for a deep treatment in the form of a reconstructing conditioner. Use a mask at least once a week for essential deep nutrition.
  • If you use heat styling on your hair, don’t forget heat protection in the form of creams, fluids or oils, to keep your hair looking shiny and healthy.

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Dandruff problems


The formation of dandruff is a healthy process in the renewal of skin cells. But if too much is produced too fast, it becomes visible and often affects people’s self-esteem. The process in which dandruff is formed is not always down to a dry scalp; people with oily hair can also suffer from it. An irritated or itchy scalp can also be an unpleasant side effect.
 
What to use:
  • With the right combination of products, you can get rid of your dandruff for good. Before shampooing, use a scalp scrub at least once a week to help remove dead cells and promote microcirculation.
  • Anti-dandruff shampoo reduces the formation of dandruff and contains substances that gently clean your scalp.
  • The effect of shampoos can be supported with the use of hair treatments which are also available in a leave-in format.
  • The hair should not be put through too much heat or mechanical styling.

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Hair loss


Hair loss can be purely seasonal but can also indicate a more complex problem related to a hormone imbalance or a lack of vitamins. It may also just be down to using the wrong products on your hair. Your hair is brittle, weakened and falls out even when you are not brushing or styling it.
 
What to use:
  • For this issue, it is a good idea to start with an effective shampoo for hair loss, which stimulates the roots.
  • Treatment should include the use of concentrated vials containing aminexil, vitamins and other nourishing substances to stop hair loss.
  • Hair tonics and treatments stimulate and nourish the scalp and, with long-term use, help to increase your hair’s thickness and volume.
  • To sort the problem out faster, you can also use colour sprays and apply them to the affected area with visible hair loss.

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Lightened hair


Whether you have highlights or bleached hair, lightened hair needs special care that helps keep it the right shade, hydrates it and gives it a natural shine.
 
What to use:
  • The ideal shampoo for blonde hair is one that protects the colour from being washed out. If you dream of cool blonde tones, opt for a neutralising (silver) shampoo, to reduce your hair’s warm shade.
  • Your hair tends to get frizzy and the ends split. Hydration from conditioners and masks for bleached hair is important.
  • Don’t be afraid of the blue or purple shades used in these products – they are like this to neutralise the warm tones.
  • You can also include nourishing hair cream or oils in your hair care ritual to strengthen your hair.

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Hair without volume


Fine hair tends to be limp and does not achieve the volume you want. It is often really thin and gets oily fast. You can solve this issue with a good cut and hair care.
 
What to use:
  • It helps to comb through your hair before washing it. Use a suitable amount of shampoo to give your hair volume, followed by a conditioner applied only along the lengths so you do not weigh it down at the roots.
  • To achieve your dream volume, use styling products that coat the hair with a fine microfilm to strengthen it and separate the individual strands from each other. This prevents them from sticking together and the hair retains its natural movement.

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