Taking Care of Weak, Split Hair That is Prone to Falling out


I have to admit that I started coloring, ironing, twisting and playing with my hair very early on, which unfortunately left a lot of damage. My once strong hair became weak, dry, split and very often had periods when it fell out so much that I thought I would lose it for good. It all started with the strands, which weakened and dried out with each re-dyeing. At one point, after combing, I noticed that I had a bunch of split hairs all over me, and then I said: Enough! I dyed my hair in my natural hair color, with zero percentage of hydrogen, and changed all the products I used before.

Let’s start with the shampoo. It was very difficult for me to find the right one for my dry hair and oily scalp, and it was also falling out a lot. I decided to try Biokap shampoo against hair loss. And believe me, today I can’t do without him. This natural shampoo worked very, very quickly. My hair has finally started to grow, and I love the essential oils in it. They cool down the scalp beautifully, and you feel like you’re on a spa treatment. Olive leaf and sable palm strengthen the hair at the roots, Chinese rhubarb and red grapes stimulate the microcirculation of the hair roots. Nettle extracts have a great effect on oily scalps. The product itself does not contain silicones, parabens, SLS, SLES OR PEG.

I only use Big Lush’s hair conditioner on the ends. This is a stiff conditioner, which doesn’t lather, so you have to get used to it. It is best to hold it under warm water for a minute, then rub it between your hands and then massage it into your hair. The product contains fine sea salt, fresh lemon juice and seaweed proteins. After it, the hair is silky soft and very easy to comb.

After washing my hair, I put a few drops of walnut oil on the ends. Walnut oil is rich in omega 3 acids, proteins, antioxidants and plant sterols. Not to mention vitamins. Sometimes, before washing, I can warm the oil a little and apply it from the roots of the hair to the tips, and gently massage the scalp. Massage stimulates circulation, which is extremely good for hair growth.

Before drying my hair, I must apply a heat protectant. Keune Style instant blowout is ideal if you don’t like drying your hair like me. In the summer I avoid the hair dryer, but in the winter I simply cannot do without it. Namely, this spray speeds up the process of drying hair, in addition it can be heated up to 230 degrees C and contains a UV filter. It is a great addition if you have thin hair, as this spray also gives volume.

Once every two weeks, I also make a hair mask from one egg, olive oil and a spoonful of honey. I leave this mask on for 30 minutes, and then wash my hair.

My hair is visibly healthier, thicker and more beautiful.