February 11, 2013 14:56 ET

Healthy Hair Treatments to Repair Winter Damage: Prepare Hair for Spring 2013

SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwire - Feb 11, 2013) - Although the weather is finally warming up, winter's damaging effects on hair may still be lingering. Need some help fully reviving dry locks or flaky scalp? The latest article by Spring 2013 Hair Treatments for Winter Damage provides a thorough guide to getting hair back into top shape for spring, with reparative treatments and foolproof solutions for every hair type.

When it comes to hair, "spring cleaning" extends far beyond a haircut and a new shampoo. For people who suffer from dandruff and dry scalp, what's the first step to ensuring a flake-free spring? If warmer weather triggers over-active oil glands, which products help prevent buildup and oily flakes? To find out, visit or click

While cold winter air can be damaging to all hair types, months of exposure to indoor heating might have left its mark in the form of dry, limp hair. What are some easy warm weather solutions to bring hydration and volume to flat, moisture-starved hair? Which hairstyles and treatments benefit fine, thin hair? Hats, wind and indoor heating are also common cold weather culprits, leading to frizzy and unmanageable tresses. Which products and ingredients effectively strengthen strands, helping to keep hair silky and smooth in any weather? To find out, visit or click

Still fighting tangles and split ends left over from months of wind, snow or rain? A few additions to a spring hair care routine can repair breakage and prevent further damage. Which deep conditioning at-home treatments provide a much needed moisture boost to both restore and protect locks? For those battling greasy hair, spring can be even more challenging than winter. Are there gentle shampoo formulas that prevent oily buildup without stripping necessary moisture? To find out, visit or click

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