5 Tips to Undo Summer Hair Damage Before School Starts

Woman holding her hair that has lots of split ends.

Summer is sadly coming to an end, but that doesn't mean your hair has to! All those long days at the pool, beach trips, and exposing your hair to harsh sunlight can really take a toll.

As you transition your hair from summer fun to school days, it needs a little TLC. Follow these 5 tips to undo summer hair damage before class is back in session!


Deep Condition

Summertime chlorine and saltwater can dry out your strands. Pamper your hair by applying a deep conditioner like Loba Mane's Transformative Mask. Our natural formula packed with Amazonian oils will bring your hair back to life. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes 1-2 times per week.


Skip the Heat Tools

We know you love your beach waves, but overdoing hot tools can zap moisture. Give your hair a break by air drying or loosely braiding. If you must use heat, always prep with a thermal protectant like our Illuminating Hair Oil. A few drops will shield your strands from heat damage..


Don't Skimp on Trims

Split ends thrive in summer. Get ahead of the damage by booking a trim before school starts. Removing ragged ends keeps splits from traveling up your hair. Even a quarter-inch can make a difference!


Reconsider How Often You Shampoo

Frequent shampooing strips natural oils. Try reducing washes to 2-3 times a week max. And always reach for a gentle, sulfate-free formula like our Hair Cleanser. On non-wash days we recommend refreshing your hair with a dry shampoo.


Use Overnight Treatments

For an extra dose of conditioning, apply a hair mask or oil before bedtime. Our Illuminating Hair Oil doubles as an overnight treatment. Massage a few pumps into your scalp, put your hair in a loose braid, and wake up with silky smooth strands!


With some TLC for your tresses, you'll undo any summer hair damage. Bring on fall with hair that's healthy, shiny, and ready to take on the school year! How do you recover from summer hair stress? Share your tips with us below!

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