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Your hair products - mainly shampoo and conditioner - should be changed often! There, we said it. The debate on this topic never seems to end, but the truth of the matter is that hair needs change. And using the same shampoo every season and through bad hair days can take a toll on your hair’s health.
For instance, if you suffer from dandruff, you probably prefer using anti-dandruff shampoos. But, these shampoos are strong and strip your hair of their natural moisture. Therefore, using an anti-dandruff shampoo all the time can be harmful to your hair.
Instead, here’s what you can do:
Just like your skin, your hair also gets affected by seasonal change. The sun, sweat, humidity, and dry winter winds can be too much to handle for your regular shampoo. The key to protecting your hair is changing your shampoo.
If you use a moisturizing shampoo for your dry hair, it might exacerbate your hair problems in the summer when your hair is already sweaty and sticky. This shampoo should are best suited for colder weather. For summer, a lighter formula that just cleanses your scalp and hair should work well.
Shampoo can do as much bad as it does good to your hair. Here’s how to swap shampoos according to the way your hair behaves:
Before you buy your next shampoo and conditioner, touch and feel your hair. Notice how your ends and scalp feels. If the scalp feels normal and ends feel dry, a normal shampoo with potent ingredients and a moisturizing conditioner are all you need.
When it comes to shampoo, think of it as skincare for your scalp. It does more than just cleanse your hair. Look for specific ingredients that benefit your hair. Tea tree oil, for instance, is not too harsh, supports hair growth, improves blood circulation, and fights hair fall to some extent. Once a month, do an apple cider vinegar rinse (four parts water to one part ACV) to take a break from all the chemicals. Also, keep a good dry shampoo handy for those days when you don’t want to wash your hair.