Should You Change Your Haircare Products for Winter?

winter haircare products

Why you need to change your shampoo and conditioner in winter to protect your hair from the cold.

In short, you should change your products! You should always change your haircare products when the seasons change. As it’s important to protect your hair with the right ingredients against the different types of elements the hair is exposed to at different times of the year.

This could be from the blistering heat in summer to the icy cool winds in winter.

Different products do different things, so it’s important to check out what works for your hair to help you survive the cold with your best hair ever.


Whether your locks are frizzy, dry, oily or normal, protecting them from the cold outside is important when it comes to exposing hair to the elements and from heat styling. We recommend using Noughty Haircare.

Noughty have created a wide-range of haircare products designed to help curly hair be at its best. From fighting dry scalps, to nourishing fizzy locks and even products to help define the curl. Starting from $14.99 their entire range is available at Priceline – click here to view now.


Even the oiliest of straight hair is prone to dryness in the winter months, so it is important to protect hair and balance out the oil throughout each strand to prevent any scalp dryness and flaking. OGX recently released their new Purifying + Charcoal Detox Shampoo and Conditioner (RRP $17.99 each).

Designed to purify hair by clarifying using coconut charcoal and kaolin clay, this new range will eat through the greasy build up for a deep clean to the scalp and hair.


Whether you have curly or straight hair, or maybe something in between, OGX have also released a fabulous new Green Tea Fitness Shampoo and Conditioner (RRP $17.99) designed to cleanse, remove excess oils and smooth down locks for a clean fresh feel.

Formulated for workout hair, this range is ideal for anyone suffering from an oily scalp and oily hair, especially if you are prone to sweat a lot. Green Tea is the ultimate antioxidant to refresh, cleanse and stabilise hair.


Although curly and frizzy hair is more prone to excessive dryness, especially in winter, straight hair often suffers at the end of dry ends, especially from heat styling. Add that with the cold weather and you tend to be left with dry damaged hair; whether it’s curly or straight.

The Body Shop created a beautiful range called Shea Butter Richly Replenishing Shampoo, Conditioner, Hair Mask and a body moisturiser for the ultimate in hair and bodycare for winter.

The range is super afforable, starting at RRP $14 each for the Shampoo and Conditioner to RRP $25 for the Hair Mask. The range is made from The Body Shop’s signature Community Trade shea butter from Ghana, handcrafted by women who have used shea butter to intensely nourish dry hair for generations.

Oh, and exciting news, they have also released a fabulous new Ginger infused range of haircare products also, to help repair and strengthen hair.

Rebecca Wilkinson

Beauty Editor

Rebecca is a freelance content creator and beauty editor for Bondi Beauty. She is a pescatarian, who may yet become vegan. She loves all things beauty, health & travel, has a weakness for coffee and is obsessed with cats and yoga. If she's not answering her mobile - it's probably because she's trying out the latest beauty trend, like massaging crushed pearls into her skin for the ultimate collagen and vitamin boost to skin cells.

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