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Essential Hair Care Tips This Monsoon

Essential Hair Care Tips This Monsoon

Lights, sound, action! And here comes the rain; with the whimsical dance of raindrops and a magic show in the sky. With every rainfall, nature becomes an artist, painting the world with it’s vibrant hues. The emerald green of the grass, the jewel toned skies, the deep colours of the clouds and the stunning, silver lining encasing it. The rhythm of the monsoons has a magical effect on us too. It’s a time when cozy blankets and hot cups of tea become our best companions, and curling up with a good book becomes an irresistible temptation. But monsoons are not just about tranquility and introspection; they also have a knack for turning our hair into a wild mess.

 The increased humidity in the air during this season can turn our well-styled hair into a frizzy mess. The relentless moisture can make our hair limp, heavy and lacking in volume. The constant exposure to rainwater can also strip away the natural oils, leaving our hair dry and brittle. Monsoons may be fun, but they definitely put our hair through a challenging test. But, here are a few surefire ways to ensure you have fun this monsoon without loosing your hair over it.


Oiling with a good herbal oil is essential during the monsoon season for several reasons. The increased moisture in the air during rains can make the hair and scalp prone to fungal infections and dandruff. Herbal oils, such as Onion Seed Oil, Coconut Oil or Neem Oil, possess natural anti-fungal and antibacterial properties that help combat these issues, keeping the scalp clean and healthy. Herbal oils also nourish the hair and scalp, providing essential nutrients and vitamins that promote hair growth and strengthen the hair follicles. These oils contain natural ingredients like Onion Seed, Amla, Bhringraj or Hibiscus, which are known for their beneficial properties in improving hair health and vitality. Herbal oils also provide a soothing and relaxing experience when massaged onto the scalp. The gentle massage increases blood circulation, which promotes hair growth.

Our recommendation: Jovees Organic Onion Hair Oil, Jovees Bhringraj and Olive Bio-Advanced Hair Oil


The monsoon season brings with it increased humidity, which leads to excessive sebum production on the scalp. Herbal shampoos contain natural ingredients like Onion Seed, Neem, Aloe vera or Tea Tree oil, which have antibacterial and antifungal properties. These ingredients help to effectively cleanse the scalp, removing excess oil, dirt, and sweat that can accumulate during this time. Ingredients like Tulsi, Hibiscus and fenugreek, which have antimicrobial properties help eliminate any bacteria or fungi that may be present on the scalp, reducing the risk of infections or scalp-related issues such as dandruff or itching. Herbal shampoos are gentle on the hair and scalp, making them the best choice for frequent use.

Our recommendation: Jovees Onion Oil and Bamboo Strengthening Shampoo, Jovees Henna Ginseng Anti Hair Loss Shampoo


Another essential step to maintain a healthy head of hair in monsoons is, conditioning. Using a herbal conditioner acts as a protective shield for your hair. It forms a thin layer over the hair strands, preventing the absorption of excess moisture from the surroundings. This helps reduce frizz and maintain the natural texture of your hair. Additionally, the herbal ingredients in the conditioner nourish and strengthen your hair, making it more resilient to the damaging effects of humidity. The monsoon also tend to make our hair prone to tangling and knots due to the increased moisture content. The conditioning agents present in herbal products smoothen the hair cuticles, making it easier to comb through, thus reducing breakage.

Our recommendation: Jovees Argan Kernel Oil Hair Repair Conditioner, Jovees Camellia Oil Smoothening Conditioner  


As the monsoon arrives, our hair becomes prone to frizz, dullness and damage due to the increased moisture in the air. A herbal hair serum acts as a protective shield, providing nourishment and hydration to the hair strands. Its natural ingredients like Grape Seed Oil, Almond Oil and Wheatgerm Oil deeply penetrate the hair follicles, promoting strength and preventing breakage. Moreover, herbal serums are free from harmful chemicals that can further damage the hair. They also help in combating fungal infections caused by dampness and excessive sweating. Using a herbal hair serum is a wise choice to maintain luscious locks during the monsoon.

Our recommendation: Jovees Grape Seed And Almond Hair Serum


The rainy season brings with it a myriad of challenges that can adversely affect our hair. During the monsoon, excessive humidity and rainwater can make our hair dull, frizzy, and prone to breakage. Chemical-laden hair products can further aggravate these issues, leading to dryness and scalp problems. However, a herbal hair tonic is an Ideal solution. Enriched with natural ingredients like Brahmi Extract, Bhringraj Extract and Jatamansi Extract, it nourishes the hair from root to tip, providing essential nutrients and strengthening the follicles. It also helps in reducing hair fall, promoting hair growth, and maintaining a healthy scalp.

Our recommendation: Jovees Therapeutic Hair Revitalizer

Apart from these basic hair care tips, here are a few more tricks to achieve those heathy, lustrous locks.

Ø  Following a healthy diet, is key.

Ø  Keep your tresses dry.

Ø  Rinse your hair, if they get wet in the rain.

Ø  Regular trimming is essential.

Ø  Detangle your hair, using a wide tooth comb.

By giving your hair some gentle care and paying close attention to it’s needs, it is completely possible to manage and prevent hair loss in the rainy season. It’s important to stay consistent with your hair care routine and adopt a natural approach to taking care of your hair. Therefore, incorporate these basic and simple habits and say goodbye to the problem of hair loss during the monsoon season.

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