Nightly Hair Care Routine: Tips for Healthier Hair



 Image of a woman with long, healthy hair.

Did you know that your hair needs care even while you're sleeping? While you rest, your hair goes through various processes such as repairing, reinforcing, and growth. One important factor in promoting healthy hair growth is the hormone melatonin, which is produced by your pineal gland while you sleep.

To make the most out of your beauty sleep, start with the basics - never sleep with wet hair. Damp hair is fragile and can attract fungal infections (youck!) If you don't dry your hair after a shower before going to bed, you risk severe hair fall. 

When it comes to choosing your bedding, consider using a satin (or silk pillowcase if you can afford the splurge!) These materials are gentler on your hair than the usual rough cotton covers. Satin covers also help reduce friction, tangles, and frizz by allowing your hair to glide over the top of the pillowcase as you twist and turn at night.

Another tip for taking care of your hair at night is washing it with a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. This can help repair any damage your hair has sustained during the day and provide extra hydration while you sleep.  Palmolive Intensive Moisture Shampoo and Pamolive Intensive Moisture Conditioner Infused with 100% Coconut Cream for added hydration.


With these tips, you can make the most of your beauty sleep and wake up ready to bring out that bounce!





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