As with my skin, I also often suffer from dry hair during the winter months so finding hair care products that put the moisture back into my hair is essential for keeping it healthy and of course, looking good for that #goodhairday. Keep reading to see how I’ve been incorporating Hair Food hair care products into my routine and why I’m all about hydration, hydration, hydration!>>
Hair Food offers products designed to nourish hair with superfood-inspired ingredients and infused with delectable fragrances, such as honey and apricot. Honey is a humectant, meaning it helps to retain moisture and helps keep hair hydrated and nourished.
My Moisturizing Hair Care Routine
For my hair care routine, I start by using the Hair Food Moisture Shampoo Infused with Honey Apricot. I have fine, shoulder-length hair so about 2 pumps is perfect for me. I apply the lather to my hair, concentrating at the roots to cleanse and remove any build-up.
After using and rinsing out the shampoo, I will apply Hair Food Moisture Conditioner, concentrating on my ends. The conditioner moisturizes the hair and smoothes hair cuticles helping to protect against future damage and dryness leaving my hair feeling silky soft.
The honey apricot scent is light and not overpowering and I like that after styling my hair, I can still smell the soft, sweet scent. Both of these hair care products are free of parabens and mineral oil.
Since my hair is on the drier side, I typically only wash my hair 2-3 times a week and heat style only a couple times a week and only using a hair dryer if absolutely necessary. Any more and my hair starts looking super dry and damaged. Every few washes I will also incorporate a deep conditioner or hair mask (totally going to pick up the Hair Food Moisture Hair Mask this weekend!) and will use a dry shampoo in between washes.
The result? Healthy-looking, soft and hydrated hair (do you see this shine?!? No other products were used here!). The products have brought some life back to my hair and I’ve been loving how my hair feels after using these products—it still has that clean, just-left-the-salon feeling. Each product is under $10—similar products can run $30+ so my wallet is definitely thanking me for finding quality and budget-friendly hair care.
Have you tried any Hair Food products?
Thank you to Hair Food for partnering with me on this sponsored post; all opinions and text are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that support A Good Hue.