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This Dry Hair Treatment is a Must-Have

Dry Hair

This Dry Hair Treatment is a Must-Have This Dry Hair Treatment is a Must-Have This Dry Hair Treatment is a Must-Have

As a long, cold winter finally comes to an end, you may be realizing that the weather really took a toll on your strands this year. Dry hair, as you can imagine, is all the more common when it’s dry and frigid outside. And, of course, dry strands are certainly not what you picture when you stop to imagine luscious, envy-worthy locks. Looking for a hair care product to save the day—and your mane? Below, find our best dry hair treatment as well as a few dry hair causes to keep in mind as you combat this common hair care concern.


It’s time to give your dry strands some much-deserved TLC by adding a new product to your hair care routine. Reach for our best dry hair treatment, the L’Oréal Paris EverCreme Renourishing Butter. The formula contains gardenia and flower oils to intensely nourish and smooth your strands in just one use! This hair mask revives lifeless locks and restores hair's natural radiance. For the best results, use after washing your mane with the L’Oréal Paris EverCreme Deep Nourish Shampoo. Apply, focusing on the lengths and ends of your hair, leave on three to five minutes, then rinse thoroughly. Use weekly or as needed. For added detangling and extra conditioning, the treatment can also be used as a pre-shampoo treatment.

Editor’s note: It’s always a good idea to have a complete hair care system, so make sure you have the L’Oréal Paris EverCreme Deep Nourish Conditioner for days you aren’t using the hair treatment.


Want to learn about a few other hair care products to add to your routine to show your dry hair some love? Take your pick from the options below!

Dry Hair Product #1: Deep Conditioner

A deep conditioner is a great way to give your strands a little extra hydration. When needed, use one after shampooing in place of your conditioner. Take your pick from the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Rapid Reviver Deep Conditioner, L’Oréal Paris Elvive Total Repair 5 Rapid Reviver Deep Conditioner, and the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Color Vibrancy Rapid Reviver Deep Conditioner—they each work their magic in just one minute!

Dry Hair Product #2: Hair Mask

A hair mask is another great hair care product for giving your mane some moisture. We’re fans of skin care-inspired hair sheet masks! Besides being trendy, they're also super convenient to use and perfect for travel. 

Dry Hair Product #3: Hair Serum

If you don’t have time during your shower to use a product for dry hair, consider grabbing a hydrating hair serum to use post-shower. The L’Oréal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Treatment is a luscious lightweight oil for dry, lifeless hair. The leave-in hair treatment is infused with flower oils to hydrate and nourish your locks. Apply it throughout the lengths of your hair, concentrating at the ends.


Like we mentioned earlier, winter weather can certainly take a toll on your strands. But why is that? What other factors can contribute to dry hair? Even if you have all the right products to manage dryness, it’s a good idea to understand the common causes of dryness. Find four dry hair causes below so you can be in the know.


Even as the weather warms, your hair isn’t necessarily safe from dryness. According to the Cleveland Clinic, the sun’s rays can damage your hair just like they can damage your skin. One of the signs of sun damaged hair, as you may have guessed, is dry hair. Try to protect your strands by wearing a hat, using an umbrella when at the beach, and avoiding going outside during the sun’s peak hours between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.


The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), states that chemicals—including chlorine—can lead to dry, damaged hair. Make sure you wash your hair after swimming to avoid drying out your strands!


Hair processing, such as getting a keratin treatment or bleaching your hair, can also take a toll on your mane, according to the AAD. If you find that your hair is dry, it may be best to take a break from these or spread them out to avoid further damage and dryness.


Your hairstyling habits can also result in dry, brittle strands. The AAD states that heat tools such as curling irons, flat irons, and blow-dryers can dry out your mane. Avoid using them too frequently, and when you do, make sure to spritz on a heat protectant beforehand!

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