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Out With The Winter...In With the Spring

Transitioning your hair care products from winter to spring/summer is essential for maintaining healthy and vibrant locks throughout the changing seasons. As temperatures rise and humidity levels fluctuate, your hair's needs evolve, necessitating adjustments in your hair care routine.

During the colder winter months, hair tends to become drier and more prone to breakage due to indoor heating and harsh weather conditions. As a result, heavy, moisturizing shampoos and conditioners are often favored to combat dryness and nourish the hair. However, as spring arrives and humidity levels increase, these heavy products can weigh down the hair and lead to buildup, making it appear dull and lifeless.

Switching to lighter, hydrating formulas in the spring and summer months can help prevent buildup and provide the moisture your hair needs without weighing it down. Look for sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners enriched with ingredients like hyaluronic acid to hydrate and replenish your strands without stripping them of natural oils.

Dede Hair mist by Davines
Dede Hair Mist

In addition to adjusting your shampoo and conditioner, it's also important to reconsider your styling products. Heavy creams and serums may become too heavy for warmer weather, leading to greasy roots and limp hair.

Instead, opt for lightweight styling mousses, gels, or sea salt sprays to add volume and texture while keeping your hair light and airy.

By adapting your hair care products to the changing seasons, you can ensure that your hair remains healthy, manageable, and radiant all year round. With the right products and a tailored hair care routine, you can embrace the beauty of spring and summer with confidence and style.

If you notice your styling isn't holding up and the shape of your hair seems a bit out of whack, it might simply be that your products need adjusting.

Just a note about scalp health this time of year...

As the seasons transition from winter to spring/summer, it's not uncommon to experience changes in your scalp health. Fluctuations in temperature, humidity levels, and environmental factors can all impact the condition of your scalp, leading to issues such as dryness, itchiness, or increased oiliness.

During the winter months, indoor heating and cold outdoor temperatures can contribute to dry scalp conditions, causing flakes, itching, and discomfort. However, as the weather warms up and humidity levels rise, your scalp may produce more oil in response, leading to greasiness and potential buildup.

It's important to remember that these changes in scalp health are often a natural part of the transitional season and should not cause significant concern. Like the rest of your skin, your scalp may need time to adjust to the changing environmental conditions.

Consider incorporating targeted scalp care into your hair care routine to help alleviate any discomfort or issues associated with scalp changes during the transitional season. Gentle exfoliating scalp treatments can help remove any buildup or flakes, while scalp tonics can relieve dryness and itching.


Maintaining a balanced diet rich in vitamins and nutrients can also support overall scalp health and promote a healthy hair growth cycle. Drinking plenty of water and incorporating omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins E & D, and collagen into your diet can help nourish your scalp from within.

If you experience persistent or severe scalp issues that do not improve with at-home care, it may be beneficial to consult a dermatologist or trichologist for further evaluation and treatment options. However, for most people, minor scalp changes during the transitional season are temporary and can be managed with proper care and attention.

If you need help switching out your winter routine for something more beneficial for the warmer season, send us a text at 732-291-8777 , and we can have a virtual consult to set you up for the season.



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