Washing your hair is an important part of your daily hygiene. It helps remove dirt, oil, and product buildup from the scalp and hair. Not washing your hair regularly can lead to an itchy scalp, dandruff, and even hair loss.
Here are some tips for washing your hair:
1. How to wash your hair
Wet your hair thoroughly with warm water before using the shampoo. This helps open the cuticle and allows the shampoo to penetrate deeper into the hair. Apply shampoo to the scalp and massage gently with your fingertips. Do not use fingernails as this can damage the scalp. Rinse hair thoroughly with warm water. Make sure to rinse out any shampoo, as residue can build up on your scalp. Apply conditioner to the ends of the hair and work up to the scalp. Leave it on for a few minutes and rinse it off with cool water.
2. Hair-washing habit
When washing hair in the shower, many people stand upright and wash it. In this way, the impact of the water flow may cause more hair loss on the top of the head than in other places. The water from iSowerhead shower head is even and gentle, giving a rainforest-like experience, and making the scalp more comfortable.
3. Adapt to the water temperature when washing your hair
Hot water strips the scalp of its natural oils, leaving it dry and itchy, while cold water irritates the scalp and chills the body. Therefore, the water temperature for shampooing is best slightly higher than body temperature, preferably no more than 40°C. iShowerhead has a long-lasting constant temperature of the water, and the water temperature of the long-term shampoo and bath will not be hot and cold, and the adjustment is sensitive enough to control the precise temperature well.
4. The influence of the shower head
After washing, many people will have dry hair and severe hair loss. In fact, in addition to the need to replace the toiletries, the source of the problem is probably that your shower head is not made of good material. After a period of use, the nozzle will produce bacteria, while iShowerhead uses better materials, which will not cause skin allergies and scalp acne.
5. The frequency of shampooing
Generally speaking, people with a lot of oily hair can control it by washing their hair frequently, once every 2 to 3 days, subject to the fact that the hair is not greasy or dry; for those with neutral or dry hair, the frequency can be adjusted to 3~4 times a week; For most people, if they don’t use styling products, there is no need to wash their hair every day, harmful substances will be absorbed by the body through pores, and long-term contact will irritate sensitive skin and scalp. So 2-3 times a week is enough.