10 Ways on How to Keep Dyed Hair Healthy with Moringa-O2

It’s not unusual these days to see someone with dyed hair. In fact, it’s so commonplace that sometimes people don’t even think about it. But what about the health of the hair? How important is it to maintain strong, healthy, and beautiful colored hair? And how to prevent hair damage after coloring?

The answer? Very important.

Dyeing your hair can be an exciting process for you. Alongside a palette of colors to choose from in changing up your look, it can be fun to do it regularly. However, if you’re not careful, constant hair-dyeing or hair coloring can also damage your hair. That’s why it’s so important to take care of your dyed hair and to know the best ways to maintain its health.

In this article, we will discuss 10 ways to take care of dyed hair using only natural ingredients available in the Philippines.

  1. Use a mild shampoo when washing your hair, preferably one that is specifically formulated for colored hair.

Avoid harsh chemicals or perfumes that can strip away the color and cause damage to your scalp and hair.

Moringa-O2 offers a wide range of herbal hair care products that use moringa, olive, sunflower, and argan oils. These oils are known for their nourishing and protective properties, and they help to keep your hair healthy and strong.

Our moringa shampoo and conditioner are perfect for keeping dyed hair healthy. The shampoo is made with natural ingredients that gently cleanse your hair while the conditioner helps to restore moisture and add shine.

Olive oil is also perfect for dyed hair, as it helps to protect your hair from the harmful effects of the sun and to keep it healthy and strong.

Meanwhile, sunflower oil is rich in antioxidants, which help to protect your hair from damage. It also helps to keep your scalp healthy and free from bacteria.

Argan oil, lastly, keeps dyed hair looking its best. It is rich in vitamins and minerals which help to nourish your hair and scalp. It also helps to protect your hair from the damaging effects of the sun and environment.

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  1. Apply an herbal conditioner after every wash to keep your hair hydrated and prevent it from becoming brittle or dry.

Conditioners that are rich in natural ingredients like moringa oil and shea butter will help nourish your hair and keep it looking vibrant.

Moringa-O2’s herbal conditioner is perfect for keeping dyed hair healthy and vibrant. The conditioner is made with natural ingredients that help to nourish and protect your hair by fighting bacteria.

The conditioner is also formulated with moringa, sunflower, olive, and argan oils. These oils are known for their nourishing and protective properties, and they help to keep your hair healthy and strong.

  1. Avoid using hot styling tools such as blow dryers and straighteners, as these can cause irreparable damage to colored hair.

If possible, try to air-dry your hair instead, or use a heat protectant spray before using heated styling tools.

  1. Use natural masks and leave-on hair serums to keep your hair healthy and hydrated.

Moringa-O2’s line of herbal hair care solutions, such as the hair relaxing leave-on serum, as they contain natural ingredients.

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The moringa leave-on hair serum is perfect for keeping dyed hair healthy and vibrant. The serum is made with natural ingredients that help to manage the hair for a softer and shinier look.

  1. Protect your colored hair from UV rays by using a hat or scarf when you go outside.

The sun’s ultraviolet rays can cause damage to both the color and strength of your hair.

  1. Avoid swimming in chlorinated pools as chlorine can also strip away the color from your hair.

If you must go for a swim, however, make sure to use a leave-in conditioner designed for colored hair and to rinse your hair thoroughly afterwards.

  1. Avoid brushing your hair when it’s wet.

This can cause further damage and cause split ends or breakage. Instead, wait until your hair is dry before brushing.

  1. Trim your hair regularly.

How can trimming your colored hair help? Well, this serves to keep the ends from splitting or becoming dry and brittle.

  1. Get regular treatments at a salon.

This is a necessary step, because doing so helps maintain the health of your colored hair and prevents it from fading too quickly. That being said, be sure to inform your stylist that you intend to have a healthy head of hair after the coloring treatment – not a disaster that will require expensive maintenance for dyed hair.

  1. Last but not least, make sure to use Moringa-O2’s herbal hair care solutions to keep your dyed hair healthy.

Our products are specifically formulated with natural ingredients that help to nourish and protect your colored hair.

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Keeping Dyed Hair Healthy with Herbal Ingredients

By following these 10 tips, you can ensure that your colored hair stays healthy and beautiful for a long time. With Moringa-O2’s line of natural and herbal haircare solutions, you can make sure that your hair will look its best even in the toughest of times. And hopefully, as the months pass and the hues of your hair changes over time, your colored hair remains looking vibrant for years to come! 

So why wait? Go get yourself some natural haircare solutions today and start taking care of your colored hair with ease!

Visit our herbal hair care products for more.

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