What Causes Split Ends
By identifying what causes split ends, we can figure out what needs to be done to get rid of them. For years, the common split ends treatment has been to simply trim them away. But we think it seems silly to visit your hair stylist constantly just to trim your split ends. That’s why we have come up with this list of what causes split ends and what can be done to fix them.
Causes of Split Ends
- Excessive Combing - The more you handle your hair, the likelier it is that you’ll damage it. Many people comb their hair to the point that they are actually ruining it. Excessive combing will cause your hair to break and split at the ends. Avoid split ends by not being so harsh with the comb.
- Poor Diet - Poor eating habits affect nearly every aspect of our health. Many people have unhealthy hair because of their diet. A diet lacking essential nutrients causes your hair to dry out. This lack of moisture will eventually cause split ends. You can avoid split ends by following a healthy diet that contains all the essential fatty acids your body needs.
- Unprotected Heating - Every day, millions of people cause damage to their hair by using heating appliances. If you don’t protect your hair with a product first, a blow dryer can severely damage your hair, which causes split ends. Blow drying strips away hair's natural moisturizers, leaving it dry and unhealthy. We recommend using H2-Ion. H2-Ion is a split ends treatment that turns the blow dryer into your hair’s best friend.
- Towel Drying - If you’re like most people, after you wash your hair you dry it with a towel. Towel drying can be very harmful to the health of your hair. If you rub your hair harshly with the towel, the friction will cause split ends. Instead, you should gently squeeze the water out of your hair with the towel. This will help you to avoid split ends.
Split Ends Treatment
All of the above guidelines will help you avoid split ends. However, you should supplement these maintenance tips with H2-Ion. H2-Ion uses natural ingredients to moisturize your hair. In many ways, it’s a miracle treatment. Using it routinely will help you in the battle against split ends. Our tests found it to be the only consistently effective split ends treatment.