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5 Shampoo Secrets You Didn’t Know

5 Shampoo Secrets You Didn’t Know

5 Shampoo Secrets You Didn’t Know

How often is too often when it comes to washing your hair? To be honest there is no correct answer. Some hair types require more washing than others. shampoo secrets you didn’t know Such as some women need to wash their hair once a day while others only need to wash their hair 1 time a week or even just a few times a month. We’ve all heard it before, that black woman shouldn’t wash their hair as much, but it really depends on your hair type, how dry your hair is and how much product you are using on your hair.
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 5 Shampoo Secrets You Didn’t Know

When it comes to cleansing black hair, the schedule can vary depending on if your hair is natural or relaxed and what type of curl pattern you have.  Black hair can often tend to be on the drier side, so shampooing daily is more than likely unnecessary. In actuality, it can be detrimental to the health of your hair because you may striping away vital oils and essentials needed for your hair.
It is critically important to use shampoos and conditioners that are especially designed for your hair type.
General Guidelines for Shampooing Black Hair:
  • You should shampoo your hair about once every 7 to 10 days.
  • When shampooing, your scalp should be the main focus. After all that is the foundation for beautiful healthy hair.
  • Make sure to wash away any buildup, oils, products, and dirt.
  • Shampooing few times per month should be enough to rid your scalp of any soil, dirt or product buildup without stripping away all the natural oils that’s needed for luscious hair.
  • Whether your hair is natural or relaxed shampooing is good for the health of your hair and scalp.
Which Shampoos Are Best?
  • The best shampoos for afro-hair types are those that contain no drying sulfates such as sodium sulfate. There are dozens of cleansers that cater to black hair with “no drying sulfates”.
  • Always look for shampoos designed for dry hair types. Some of my favorite brands on the hair market like are AsIAm, Cantu and Organix.
The key to healthy black hair is to not shampoo too often and to make sure to use high quality products to retain moisture and ensure hair growth. 


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