Smart shampoos and conditioners to give you long, healthy hair

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When it comes to hair care, we all have our own routines for taking care of our hair.

For example, everyone knows that the less heat there is in the hair the better, and that regular washing and brushing is essential in keeping our hair clean and healthy.

However, there are some tips you can use while washing your hair to improve the condition.

While shampooing and conditioner in the shower according to your regular routine will give you clean, shiny hair, a few simple adjustments can make all the difference to the health of your hair.

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According to bathroom specialists Drench, it turns out that shampooing inside out is the secret to long, healthy strands.

Tilting your head to apply shampoo can keep you from adding too much product, which many of us are guilty of doing.

Lathering only the roots helps prevent ends and increases circulation, and this inversion method also massages the scalp, which can stimulate hair growth.

For packaging, it is preferable to rinse the product with cold water. We know what you are thinking, thinking about this during a hot shower (especially now it’s winter time) sounds less than ideal, but the cooler the water the better your hair.

This will lock in the moisture from the conditioner, creating a smoother, shinier look to your hair. It can also reduce frizz, so it’s really a win-win.

Another great tip from Drench is to avoid using shampoos and conditioners that contain the sulfate ingredient – especially if you have dry, frizzy, or patchy hair.

Sulfate products can be harsh and dry out your hair by removing natural oils from your strands of hair.

Examples of sulfate ingredients that could damage your hair include sodium lauryl sulfate, ammonium lauryl sulfate, and magnesium lauryl sulfate. So, the next time you’re in the stores, check the back of the bottle for any of these ingredients.

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