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Tips for Avoiding Chlorine-Damaged Hair from R Salon

July 4, 2014

Summer's heat and humidity can also contribute to unruly frizz. From washing to styling, maintain and control your locks with these easy-to-follow hair care tricks, courtesy of R Salon.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Taking a summer dip in the pool is relaxing, but not for your hair. Chlorine damages hair by removing its natural oils, which serve to moisturize and lend a healthy shine, and causes the cuticles to crack, resulting in split ends and lackluster locks. Next time you go swimming, take these beauty precautions from R Salon into consideration to repair and prevent chlorine-damaged hair.

1. Condition

Before you take a dip, deep condition your hair. Using a conditioning product that contains high amounts of silicone will work best to prevent hair from absorbing chlorine as easily.

2. Pre-Soak Hair

If you soak your hair in non-chlorinated tap water before swimming, it will reduce the amount of chlorinated water your hair will soak up in the pool.

3. Avoid Rubber Hair Bands

If you're totally against wearing a swimming cap (which is the best way to protect your hair from chlorine), gather your locks in a cloth- or terry-covered hair band. Avoid using rubber bands, which tend to pull and, potentially, break the hair shaft. Yikes!

4. Rinse & Shampoo ASAP

Rinse your hair immediately after coming out of the pool to stop the chlorine from wreaking more havoc. Wash hair with a swimmers shampoo, like Ultra Swim, which contains thiosulfate to further dissolve the chlorine and prevent it from oxidizing your hair.

5. Get a Trim

It's nearing the middle of summer and your locks might look a little lackluster and frayed. The quick fix? Pop into the salon for a trim to knock off those dry split ends and encourage healthy hair growth.

Catering to the needs of Puerto Vallarta's most discriminating clientele, r Salon's well trained expert international staff delivers top-notch beauty services that will help you look and feel better than ever before. Conveniently located at Olas Altas #513 B on the South side of Puerto Vallarta, they are open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm. Call (322) 222-7819 or email rsalonPV(at)gmail.com to reserve your time and let the pampering begin!

Click HERE to learn more about the beauty services offered by r Salon.