- Try and avoid getting your hair wet in the rain.
The pollutants in the rain may weaken the hair bulb, making your hair dull and thin. So always cover your hair before going out to protect them from humidity.
- Use a shampoo and conditioner that strengthens your hair from the root to the tip.
The high humidity during monsoon causes your scalp to get wet which leads to dandruff. For this flaky reason, remember to keep an umbrella with you at all times in order to keep your scalp as dry as possible.
- Keep yourhair dry.
Wet hair is weak and susceptible to break. Always gently air dry your hair first and then comb it with a wide-toothed comb. Avoid using heated hair equipment as they make your hair even more dry and rough during the monsoons.
- Shampoo twice in a week & give your hair regular warm oil massages
Your hair turns rough and dry and ultimately leads to heavier hair fall during monsoons. A quick, natural warm oil massage followed by a hair wash can make your hair soft & manageable.
- Avoid styling your hair too often
- Eat sprouts
Sprouts are rich in fibre and nutrients such as vitamin E, Potassium and Iron.
All these are effective constituents of lustrous hair that prevent hair loss during monsoon. So by eating a small bowl of sprouts daily will help you from preventing hair loss. You also can eat fresh fruit, leafy vegetables, and raw salads to complete your diet.