Care for porous hair – effective tips


Porous hair is one of the most common hair problems for any woman. They absorb the fatty acids of oils like a sponge, and then look like greasy tow, or vice versa, they absorb many components from the shampoo, and then fluff up like a dandelion. Today we will talk about high-quality care for porous hair so that it looks healthy and beautiful.


professional care

Shampoo selection

Experts advise choosing shampoos with the least amount of harmful surfactants. It is they who quickly penetrate the porous structure of the hair and harm them, both from the inside and outside. Most often, shampoos for dry hair contain the least surfactants, but also professional types, which are distinguished by an impressive price.

A micellar shampoo is also a good choice for porous hair. It is safe for the scalp, cleanses it and hair well, helps to saturate the porous structure with valuable moisture and oils.

Keratin Recovery

This is an expensive, but very effective procedure in salons, which helps to quickly restore and nourish the strands. Keratin penetrates deep into the hair structure, nourishes and fills them from the inside, increases their thickness, strengthens and forms a protective layer on top of the hair, so they become more protected from external stimuli.

Serums with soy protein

Soy protein acts as a constructor, helping to fill the porous structure of the hair. It is rich in amino acids, helps to moisturize the hair, increases its shine and flexibility.

Folk remedies

Chicken egg mask

You need to take 2 chicken eggs, remove the yolk, and pour the protein into a shallow bowl. Add 2 tablespoons of coconut oil, 4 tablespoons of almond oil to it and mix everything well. Lubricate the strands of hair with the resulting composition, not forgetting the scalp. Leave for 20-25 minutes, and then rinse with warm water with the addition of shampoo.

Nourishing mask

Mix in a bowl 100 ml of fatty kefir, 1 chicken yolk and 1 teaspoon of burdock oil. Heat everything in a water bath, without bringing the mixture to a boil. When the mixture has cooled slightly, then it should be generously rubbed into the hair and scalp. Next, wrap the head with a plastic bag, and on top with a towel. Leave the mask on for 1 hour and then wash it off.

Gelatin mask

A very effective homemade mask that gives a result similar to hair lamination. Dissolve a few packets of gelatin in water, and then heat the mixture in a water bath. Then add any hair balm to it and apply to the strands. Put a plastic cap or bag on your head, leave the mask on for 30 minutes, and then rinse off.

Vitamin mask

You need to mix together 1 capsule or ampoule of vitamin A and E, add 1 egg yolk, 1 tablespoon of aloe, 1 teaspoon of castor and burdock oil to them. We mix everything, apply it to the hair, retreating from the roots by 1 cm. We wrap the head with polyethylene, and then with a towel. Leave the mask on for 30 minutes and then wash it off.