When it comes to learning more about the benefits of water, I must include how it helps one’s hair! After all, I wear the name, “Kelley Curl 7,” with pride. Did you know that a cold, water rinse can leave one’s hair glossy and shiny? The cold temperature constricts the hair cuticles to make the strands smoother and more reflective. It also prevents dirt from accumulating on the scalp and makes hair stronger.

Now, when I mentioned about the cold, water rinse for one’s hair, I’m stressing the use of fresh water and not chlorinated and salty water, since both can make one’s hair frizzy. As a precaution to prevent damage to one’s hair, rinse one’s hair just before taking a plunge into the swimming pool. The strands will absorb the clean water so that it does not soak too much of chlorinated water. After the dip, coat one’s hair with conditioner for the extra protection.

Water is simply amazing when it comes to one’s hair! Did you know that water is the most natural setting lotion for our hair? Each of the strands is made up of hydrogen bonds which separate when the hair is wet. When one styles their hair while wet, the hydrogen bond will reform to give a new shape.

Water is a natural miracle ingredient that supports vitamin consumption and assists in efficient and healthy hair growth. Water makes almost ¼ of the weight of a hair strand, and it is believed that if one drinks two liters of water every day, one should achieve gleaming and healthy tresses.


Our hair thrives on a moisture-rich environment and water is one of the best ways to quench its thirst. Just like our skin, hair also needs lubrication from inside out. Dehydration has a direct impact on the growth of hair. Lack of moisture results in dry and brittle hair. It may even stop growing at the maximum genetic rate if one doesn’t drink enough water to meet one’s daily needs. The roots of the hair are the means by which water is transported from the body. They soak up water and provide hydration to the rest of the hair strand.

So, obviously it’s important to drink water throughout the day, but not to overdo it! Drinking too much water can lead to a rare condition called, “Hyponatremia.” When in doubt about how much water one should drink, ask a medical professional one can trust!
With all of that said, wouldn’t be nice to quench one’s thirst by indulging in icy, cold water? Now, folks the only way to meet that need is to purchase an Ibex container! Get one today!


Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional. The articles I write express my own personal views and doesn’t replace the advice given by a medical professional.

Author's Bio: 

Kelley is the author of the book:
My Curly Hair Self: Living with a Visual Processing Disorder