The way your shampoo lathers. They cleanse your scalp and hair, removing dirt. But some researchers also suggest that they strip essential oils from your hair.
Usually we read the things written on the back of food products, but we do not take the precautions written on hair care products, especially shampoo seriously. Over the years, there has been a lot of focus on sulfates in shampoos. What are sulfates? This is the reason why your shampoo lathers the way it does. They cleanse your scalp and hair, removing dirt. But some researchers also suggest that they strip essential oils from your hair. This is the reason that when shampoo gets on your skin, you get skin allergies. In such a situation, it is very important that apart from product information, you must also know many hair care tips.
Hair Care Tips
– It is normal to lose 100 to 150 hairs in a day, so do not panic if you lose so many hairs daily.
-Comb with wet hair more carefully as they are fragile and prone to breakage. Take a wide-toothed comb and run it through your hair as gently as possible from the root to the tip.
Trim your hair every few weeks to get rid of rough hair. Cut about 1/4 inch of your hair every 6 to 8 weeks to prevent split ends from re-growing.
Do not wash your hair daily and whenever you do, apply conditioner on the ends. Try to use the same brand of shampoo and conditioner.
Wash off the conditioner with cold water as it is good for both strength and shine.
Natural hair conditioning for hair
Take some almond oil, coconut oil, hair conditioner, 250 ml of water and a small empty spray bottle. Pour 200 ml of water in a spray bottle and add 2-3 drops of coconut oil and 4 to 5 almond oil. Add two very small drops of conditioner. Don’t use too much of it as it will foam up. If you want, you can add lavender or any good smelling oil to it. Add remaining water and stir well. After shampooing, you have to wash off by applying this mixture on the lower parts of the hair. This is a method of natural conditioning.