How to Save your Hair from Winter Frizz - Price Attack

How to Save your Hair from Winter Frizz

Hair, just like skin, can become drier in winter. Cold air contains less moisture than warm air, potentially drying out your luscious locks and resulting in weaker and more brittle hair. So, what can you do to combat dry and frizzy winter hair? We’ve put together our top 3 tips on keeping your hair shiny, lustrous and radiant throughout the colder months.

Add moisture to your routine

Use a moisturising shampoo and conditioner like milk_shake’s Moisture Plus Duo - Shampoo and Conditioner. Moisture Plus is perfect for all year round but particularly in winter as the papaya ingredient will lubricate and the hyaluronic acid will help to absorb and remain weightless in the hair. The duo is perfect for all hair types but particularly those with dry, thirsty hair. 

milkshake moisture plus shampoo

Smooth it over

Look for a product that softens and smooths the hair stem, like the milk_shake Lifestyling Smoothing Cream. The Smoothing Cream protects and conditions hair weightlessly with milk protein, lychee extract, vitamin C, minerals and natural antioxidants.


Brush it out

It’s important to brush your hair twice a day but particularly in winter. This helps exfoliate and loosen up the scalp and assists in preventing a dry scalp which is commonly more known as dandruff. 

Just like our skin, our hair is also very much affected by the cold weather. But taking the above steps will go a long way in revitalising your hair and scalp not only for the winter months but beyond. These 3 steps are easy to follow and integrate into your daily hair care routine and you’ll be glad you did as the Moisture Plus range will also improve your hair's softness and manageability while maintaining the optimal moisture balance. You’ll love the maximum hydration and visibly younger hair. 

To purchase the Moisture Plus range by milk_shake head to our website or into your local Price Attack - your new shiny, lustrous and radiant winter locks will thank you! 

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