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Damaged Hair Treatment: Know How to Repair Hair Damage

How to Repair Hair Damage

Every outfit, makeup or good skin looks incomplete without a gorgeously-flowing hair. Yes, we understand your pain!

The fact is, damaged hair requires special attention by taking up a religious hair care routine, and of course using the right bunch of hair care products made for damaged hair solutions.

So my ladies, and gentlemen too, if you’re struggling to transform your dull, damaged and frizzy hair into smooth, healthy, and luscious hair locks — we are here to reveal some of the considerable damage hair treatment for frizzy, colour-treated, heat-damaged, dull and brittle hair.

Let’s quickly jump into it.

How to Repair Hair Damage 

You may wonder how to fix damaged hair? 

For desirable results, you need to follow a step-by-step hair care routine including hair oil, shampoo, conditioner, and a hair mask  that is particularly suitable for damaged hair problems. Inculcating these hair breakage treatments will repair existing damage and prevent further hair damage.

Here’s the list of hair damage solutions and the best product recommendations you need to incorporate into your hair care routine for a healthy hair transformation.  

Different Hair Damage Types With Solution

Different hair care products help with specific damaged hair solutions. We have brought a curated list of products including shampoo, hair conditioner, hair mask, and hair serum depending on your damaged hair care concerns due to various reasons. Keep scrolling through to learn more about it.

1) If the Damage Is from Hair Dye

Whether you went pastel, mermaid, or just tried to cover a few greys, dying your hair can have several consequences that last longer than the colour. Chemical dyes can strip off hair’s natural moisture, and quickly make your hair coarse to touch. Unless your hair was light, to begin with, you may also have had to bleach your hair before applying the dye, which can further aggravate the problem.

How to Limit Further Damage?

Stay Within Your Natural Shade

Experts recommend choosing a dye within three shades of your natural colour. Alternatively, you can opt for shades that are darker rather than lighter than your base share which can help limit the damage. Since unnatural colours are more difficult to maintain you might have to do frequent touch-ups. Basically, dye less often or even if you need to just remember to stay close to your natural shade and extend the time between touch-ups, at least 8 to 10 weeks between dye jobs to minimize the damage.

Stick to One Service at a Time 

While you need to do multiple hair treatments make sure to have the required time gap.

For instance, If you want to make an appointment for chemically straightening, smoothening or perming your hair, it is best recommended to do it at least 2-to 3 weeks before your hair colour treatment. This gives your hair enough time to recover between different treatments.

How to Ease Existing Damage?  

Use Natural Hair Oils

St.Botanica Recommended Hair Oil: Red Onion Hair Oil With Comb Applicator, 200ml

First things first. This step is essential in your hair care routine. Oils have been shown to help rehydrate the hair, smooth the cuticle and proffer much-needed moisture. They are relatively inexpensive options you might not want to skip. St.Botanica’s Red Onion Hair Oil provides superior external nourishment to the scalp and strengthens the roots to stimulate hair growth. This shampoo for coloured hair not only repairs the colour-damaged hair but also smoothens and strengthens the hair.

Use Colour-safe Shampoo and Conditioner

St.Botanica Recommended Hair Shampoo: GO Colored Purple Hair Shampoo 200ml

Colour-safe hair products are formulated with hair-friendly essential oils and pH balancing ingredients to prevent the hair shaft from swelling and fading colour. St.Botanica’s GO Coloured Purple Hair Shampoo is forged keeping in mind the need for colour-treated hair that can help the colour last longer and maintain its shine. It provides the required nourishment to your hair and scalp to help maintain fresh locks each time you get them coloured.

2) If Your Hair Is Heat Treated 

Hair Styling with heat can burn hair fibres and lead to raised cuticles and porous hair. Using heat styling tools excessively or at high temperatures can make your hair more weak and prone to breakage. It takes away the natural moisture in the hair making it dry, frizzy and lifeless.

How to Limit Further Damage? 

Blow-dry Your Hair from a Distance 

Blow dryers are notorious for causing damage. Haircare experts recommend holding the blow dryer 15 centimetres (about six inches) away from your hair and moving the blow dryer continuously to and fro to help reduce damage. You can always switch to cool-dry after you finish blow-drying your hair.

How to Ease Existing Damage? 

Use Coconut Hair Oils 

St.Botanica Recommended Coconut Hair Oil: Organic Coconut & Wheat Germ Oil For Hair & Skin, 200ml

Look for hair care products that include coconut oil. Apply the warmed coconut oil once a week as a deep hydrating mask. The coconut oil’s molecules are small enough to penetrate the outer cuticle and hydrate from the inside out. It can largely help replenish the protective oils on the outside of your hair and guard against heat damage. St.Botanica’s Organic Coconut & Wheat Germ Oil for Hair & Skin oil is a beauty bombshell. This tropical hair oil is a blend of nutrient-rich natural oils for moisturizing and nourishing the hair. It smoothens the dry hair and increases its radiance. It makes hair manageable, silky, and strong with enhanced hair growth.

3) If Your Hair Is Dull & Dry

Dry and dull hair occurs often due to excessive sun exposure or damage caused by environmental stressors. The dull and lifeless texture of hair can also be the result of the usage of hair care products containing harsh cleansing agents. Damaged hair often lacks the natural oil and moisture that coats the outside of the hair cuticle, making it appear dull, dry and unmanageable.

How to Limit Further Damage? 

Wash Less

Shampoo is designed to remove the buildup of oils and dirt on the scalp. As it works its way through your hair, it may also strip the natural oils from your hair. Hair experts recommend washing your hair twice or thrice a week. If you can help keep those oils in your hair by inculcating natural hair shampoo in your hair care regime that will protect the natural moisture mantle of your locks.

How to Ease Existing Damage?

Use a Shampoo and Conditioner Containing Moisturising Agents

St.Botanica Recommended Pomegranate Vinegar Hair Shampoo + Conditioner

Scientifically natural shampoos work appropriately on the hair and scalp for hydrating, nourishing, balancing and volumizing your mane. A good shampoo cleanses your hair without drying it out. St.Botanica’s Red Onion Shampoo is a gentle and mild shampoo with hydrating, nourishing, balancing, and volumizing properties. This shampoo for hair fall is enriched with natural oils and herbs, to thoroughly cleanse the scalp and hair and leave the locks soft, smooth, and lustrous. 

Use Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil can help strengthen,  rehydrate, and add lustre to your hair. It is a great ingredient mostly found in naturally made hair conditioners. St.Botanica’s Pomegranate Vinegar Hair Conditioner is impregnated with all the goodness of pomegranate and Jojoba oil to retain the natural oil balance and seal the moisture in the hair shafts, tame frizz and flyaways, making your hair more manageable. You may also try out St.Botanica’s potent Blend of Jojoba hair oil  that helps strengthen and moisturise your hair.

4) It is Frizzy & Flying

Frizzy hair is a sign that your cuticle is not lying flat. It can also mean that the inner fibres of your hair are exposed and not staying together. It also means that your hair lacks moisture and nourishment making it weak and prone to breakage. Frizzy & flying hair is sometimes unmanageable and difficult to style too.

How to Limit Further Damage? 

Rinse with Cold Water 

One of the common hair care tips yet overlooked by many is — Rinse your hair with cool water after you wash your hair with a dry & frizzy hair shampoo. The reason is hot water opens up the outer layer of your hair shaft making way for dirt, impurities and pollutants. It is important to end the process of shampooing with cool water to close the open hair cuticles. Rinsing with cool water can shield the inner layer of your hair and restore the natural hydrating oils in your hair.

How to Ease Existing Damage? 

Use The Right Product 

An overly aggressive shampoo can snatch away your hair’s natural oils, leaving you with frizzy strands that are difficult to detangle and cause damage. Look for natural  shampoo and conditioner with deep conditioning and moisturising agents. It not only aids in reducing breakage but also boosts nourishment through your ends to give your hair some extra love. Try St.Botanica’s exclusive range of scientifically natural and premium hair care products to get healthy and nourished hair. 


This was all about damaged hair treatment. Get rid of that dull, frizzy and lifeless hair by incorporating relevant damaged hair solutions in your hair care routine.

St.Botanica wishes you enviably gorgeous hair — All day, every day!

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