Best Shampoo and Conditioner

Best Shampoo and Conditioner

Best Shampoo and ConditionerApart from keeping your hair clean, healthy and smelling good, choose your shampoo and conditioner according to the condition of your hair. Don’t just buy the first one that you see on the rack or base your choice on the most recent brand advertisement that you have seen.

Picking the best shampoo and conditioner:

With so many brands of shampoo sold in the market, deciding on what to use can be confusing. There are many aspects that consumers have to consider when buying, such as hair type and hair condition. Basically, the current condition of your hair is the result of poor internal nourishment or lack of external nutritional supplements.

Shampoo and conditioner tips for certain hair types:

Hair conditions like coarse-and-curly, fine-limp-and-oily, processed-hair and dry-and-damaged hair are results of what we do or fail to do for our tresses.

With coarse-and-curly and processed hair (colored or permed and relaxed) oil is less likely to be delivered down to the tips of the hair. The scalp must distribute oil into the hair shaft and it should release the oil to every inch of the hair. However, the hair shafts are generally exhausted leaving hair prone to breakage, split-ends and dryness.

Shampoo and conditioner tip:

Avoid further damage that may arise with chemical based shampoos. Check the label for Wheat Germ and Nut Oil, and Shea Butter ingredients. Your hair shaft will benefit greatly from this by maintaining proper moisture to hair. Conditioner is a must. High-powered moisturizing conditioner will work best.

The problem with fine-limp-and-oily and dry-and-damaged hair is the scarcity of oil. Fine-limp-and-oily really means that the hair lacks life or body and will stay limp, making it look oily.

Shampoo and conditioner tip:

You can wash your hair with clear and gentle shampoo daily to treat your fine-limp hair. Check the ones with Panthenol ingredient. This will thicken your hair strands, thus giving your hair body and life. Conditioning is not necessary if you can comb it easily after every shower. Otherwise, avoid including your scalp when applying conditioner. Start from middle of the hair down to the tips. In addition, smooth your dry and damaged hair using a creamy and high-powered moisturizing shampoo.