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How to Rescue Your Sun-Damaged Hair

How to Rescue Your Sun-Damaged Hair

Good job–you’re wearing sunblock. But did you know that the sun’s rays can also damage your hair and put your scalp at risk for skin cancer? Watch this to learn how to protect your locks.

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3:32AM PDT on Apr 17, 2013

Truly the sun rays effects very severely on our hair. When most people think of the effect of sun on hair, they generally think of it as lightening their hair colour. The best you can do to protect your hair from the sun is to wear a hat or some natural remedies like lemon juice which is a commonly known natural method for bleaching hair when exposed to the sun that I came across while searching on web at forhair website . Lots of people use it as a cheap way of getting highlights. Even you can switch to natural hair care products that are going to nourish, restore, revitalize and rescue frizzy, dull, dry hair and revert it back to its natural shine and balance.

3:05PM PST on Nov 5, 2012

Thank you for sharing.

11:55AM PDT on Oct 16, 2012

I recently bought a hat in La Douce France, made from straw and I love it!

5:37AM PDT on Oct 16, 2012

Thanks.

5:57PM PDT on Oct 15, 2012

Thanks.

11:04AM PDT on Oct 15, 2012

thnx

9:12AM PDT on Oct 15, 2012

the video doesn't work

7:48AM PDT on Oct 15, 2012

Thanks for the article.

7:11AM PDT on Oct 15, 2012

Good tips for sun protection. Hats are great...remembering to wear them is the main challenge...

7:05AM PDT on Oct 15, 2012

Try to were a hat but take care,,,,,

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