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Shampoo is used to remove oil and dirt from your scalp, the stuff that makes your hair dirty. It usually takes the form of a viscous liquid, but can come in the form of a bar as well. Depending on the formula, shampoos often work to give you har a particular look or feel, whether it be smooth, voluminous or hydrated.
There are a couple of things that are important to know to be able to find the right shampoo:
There are shampoos created for every hair type under the sun. Here are a couple of pointers on shampoo and hair types:
While there’s no single answer to how often you should wash your hair, it’s recommended to do it two to three times a week. If your hair looks oily, your scalp feels itchy or it’s flakey due to dirt, those are good signs it’s time to get the shampoo out and start lathering.
While there are loads of good ingredients in shampoo that help to improve your hair’s health here are a couple that do the opposite and that you should be cautious of: