Health Tip of the Week: Allergies

Showering helps get rid of pollen and other allergens that stick to your hair and exposed skin.

Showering helps get rid of pollen and other allergens that stick to your hair and exposed skin.

Shower!

Do it when you get home, especially if you’ve been outside for any extended period of time. It will help wash off the pollen and allergens you may have accumulated while outdoors, especially from your hair.

Your hair is often right in your face when you sleep, and if you’re going to bed with hair covered in pollen, spores, and other allergens, you’re setting yourself up for an attack.

If you find you’re drying out your skin or hair by adding in an extra shower, here are a couple options:

  • Just shower at night. If your hair will stay clean, it will also save you some time in the morning.
  • If you have to shower twice a day during allergy season, moisturize! Moisturize your skin with something gentle, preferably unscented or mildly scented. Also, it’s best to do this right out of the shower, at night, because the your skin will absorb the moisturizer better while your pores are open after showering.
  • Don’t forget about your hair! Your hair is probably losing the most moisture from washing it so often, so make sure to condition it to replenish some of those vitamins and oils it’s losing in the wash. Also, skipping or cutting back on some of the products you use, at least temporarily, may be easier on your hair with the extra washes.

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