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How Does a Humidifier Help with Hair Care?

You stare in the mirror with your lackluster strands basted to the sides of your cheeks. Your once voluminous mane falls flat on your shoulders surrounded by a sea of white dandruff flakes. *Shudder*

We have all been there, haven’t we? 

Dry, dehydrated air can wreak absolute havoc on your skin, your throat, your lips, your immune system… And, yes, your hair. 

Here are a few signs your hair could benefit from a tad more humidity:

  • Your hair is dry and brassy
  • Your hair is dull and lacking its normal vibrance
  • Your split ends are out of control
  • You are losing more strands of hair than normal

Fortunately, you can moderate humidity levels in your home by using a humidifier. A humidifier can help to reduce the effects of dry, central heating during the winter months. In addition, sufficient levels of humidity in your home during the summer months combat the effects of chlorine, sea salt, excess sun exposure, and more. 

Let’s explore the robust benefits of using a humidifier for hair care.

The Benefits of Using a Humidifier for Skin and Hair

Many factors can influence the observed quality of your hair. Some of these include: 

  • Humidity levels
  • Genetic predisposition
  • Chemical processing or styling
  • Frequent use of heat tools
  • Over-washing

If your hair is lackluster, brittle, dry, and a downright pain in the butt, there are small steps you can take to restore the damage. While your first inclination might be to head to Sephora.com for a new shampoo and conditioner duo, we urge you to take a beat. 

Did you know that using a humidifier in your home can significantly improve the quality of your hair with practically no effort? 

Humidifiers can help to retain moisture in the hair, reduce frizz, and improve a dry, flaky scalp. Sound too good to be true? Let’s explain. 

A humidifier can improve frizz, and add necessary hydration

A Humidifier Helps to Retain Hair Moisture

Depending on the time of year, your geographical location, and your central heating or air conditioning habits, your home may be lacking in the critical moisture necessary to maintain a head of healthy hair. 

When your strands lack sufficient moisture, you are sure to take notice. Dry hair is dull, flat, lifeless, brassy, and other adjectives that you typically do not want associated with your mane. 

Adding a humidifier to your space will hydrate your thirsty strands with added atmospheric moisture. In addition, your hair will retain more moisture over time as humidity levels remain constant. 

A Humidifier Helps to Reduce Dandruff and Dry Scalp

Dandruff is a relatively easy condition to identify: if you can shake your head from side to side and it resembles the falling snow... You probably have a bad case of dandruff. 

Identifying and narrowing down the cause of your dandruff is slightly more difficult. Dandruff is most often caused by:

  • Excess oil build-up
  • Dry skin
  • Malassezia (a yeast-like fungus that feeds off excess oil of the scalp)
  • Contact dermatitis from hair care products
  • A flareup of skin conditions (like eczema or psoriasis)

A humidifier can help to improve a dry scalp and temper the dryness, redness, and irritation associated with an eczema or psoriasis flare up. 

A Humidifier Helps to Reduce Frizz

Humidifiers can help to reduce dandruff buildup.

Why would you want to add humidity to your home when the main goal is to avoid humidity at all costs during the summer months? 

Frizz isn’t limited to the summer. In fact, frizz is a common hair condition during the winter months as well. The dehydrated, frigid air of the winter months sucks moisture from your hair, raising the cuticles of your strands; raised cuticles make the hair appear frizzy and unruly. 

Placing a humidifier on your nightstand will saturate your strands with the moisture necessary to repair your strands and smooth down your cuticles. You can have a glossy, tamed mane all year long.

Why is Canopy the Best Humidifier for Your Hair?

On your quest to find the best hair humidifier, you should look for a device with the following characteristics: long run time, easy to clean, and anti-mold. 

Canopy Has 36 Hours of Run Time

Your hair needs moisture *stat* and it needs that moisture 24/7. Canopy humidifiers have 36 hours of uninterrupted run time; this means your strands will get the moisture they need as often as they need it. 

Canopy is Exceptionally Easy to Clean

Canopy humidifiers are designed to make your life easier. Plain and simple. Just toss Canopy’s parts in your dishwasher on a normal cycle and watch your humidifier get squeaky clean with virtually no effort. 

Canopy is Anti-Mold

The canopy humidifier is the only anti-mold humidifier on the market. Designed with a proprietary technology called Smart Persistent Airflow (SPA)™️, Canopy humidifiers are guided by smart sensors that prompt the machine to continue running if there is any water in the water tank. A dry water tank means no mold can form in your device!

In addition, Canopy humidifiers are equipped with a disposable paper filter and UV lights in the water tank. These safety measures effectively eliminate 99.9% of bacteria or contaminants that commonly pollute stagnant water. 

The Additional Benefits of Using a Humidifier

A humidifier is a multi-functional device with a myriad of benefits for your overall health and wellness. 

Humidifiers do not only improve the vibrancy, fullness, and body of your hair, they also perform the following functions:

  • Relieve dry, itchy skin
  • Hydrate dry, cracked lips
  • Improve dry eyes
  • Reduce frequency of bloody noses
  • Calm a dry, scratchy throat
  • Improve congestion or runny nose