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Which Shampoo Is Right for Me?
While you may have never thought about the type of shampoo you use for your hair, it is actually important and plays a big role in the way your hair feels. One of the most important things to remember about shampoo is that it is designed to clean your scalp and remove any buildup of dirt, debris, and oil.
Before you can choose the right shampoo for yourself, you will need to determine what type of scalp you have first. Some people have dry scalps while others have oily scalps and it will make a difference when you choose your shampoo.
Below, we will go over some tips to help you make the right choice when it comes to your shampoo.
1. Dry Scalp
If you have a dry scalp, you may fight dandruff on a regular basis and you may even experience itchiness at times due to the scalp being dried out. You want to avoid using any type of shampoo that offers to strengthen or fortify your hair. This is because these types of shampoos can actually remove oils from your scalp, which are needed to keep it moisturized.
You should look for shampoos that offer to add moisture back to your scalp or they provide hydration to your scalp.
You also want to avoid any type of shampoo that contains a sulfate in it as this ingredient will only exacerbate your itchy and dried out problem. Nioxin is an ingredient that can help when you have extreme dryness.
2. Oily Scalp
If you have an oily scalp, you want to choose your shampoo wisely. You will find that the wrong shampoo will leave your hair and scalp feeling oily and slick. Words that you want to avoid on the shampoo bottle include hydrating, moisturizing, and smoothing. These are all words that will indicate to you that your hair and scalp will feel oily afterwards.
You want to try and find a shampoo that offers to strengthen your hair, add volume, or even balance it out. These types of products will actually remove any additional oils from your scalp, leaving you feeling great.
If you do have an oily scalp, you want to make sure that you massage the shampoo into your scalp as best as you can to break down any oils that are already there.
3. Colour Treated Hair
If you have colour treated hair, you want to follow the above guidelines for choosing shampoo based on your scalp type, but you also want to find a shampoo that is designed to protect your colour. You will notice that some shampoos claim to be great for colour treated hair and this is what you want to look for.
Garnier, Aveeno and Revlon Hair Conditioners and Shampoo
It is also important to choose a shampoo that will provide a moisturizer to your colour treated hair as colouring your hair can strip the oils from it and leave it frizzy or dried out. When choosing your shampoo, focus on your scalp first and then on the scent or type of shampoo that you desire. If you use the right shampoo, you will notice a huge difference in the way your hair looks and feels.