How Often Should You Actually Wash Your Hair?
If you’re like most, you have a regime when it comes to washing your hair. You gather all of your hair care products including shampoo, conditioner, treatments, and stylers and prepare to be the most Instagram model worthy after the process. Let’s face it, washing your hair isn’t an easy task. For some, it can take hours depending on how long, thick or the tangles you have. The most essential step in any hair washing routine is the shampoo, and we’re going to tell you why you should add the Replenish Shampoo to your stash.
What Does Shampoo Even Do?
It’s common sense that shampoo is meant to clean your scalp from all the oils and hair products we are applying daily. Shampoo traps oils, freeing your hair from dirt. Your hair also naturally makes oils called sebum which is needed, but too much of it can cause your hair to feel greasy. Shampoo naturally rids your hair of these oils as well, so washing too often can dry your hair out which can lead to breakage. Having a healthy balance of oils is ideal meaning washing your hair too often can cause more damage than good.
What does the Replenish Shampoo do?
The Replenish Shampoo removes daily build-up. This dermatologist approved product leaves the hair clean and full of body. The Replenish Shampoo also gives the volume and shine you can’t achieve with your regular products. Along with cleaning your scalp, the Replenish Shampoo creates thicker and fuller hair. No one wants thin hair in 2019. The shampoo stimulates hair growth and combats hair loss. While this shampoo is gentle enough for everyday use, we don’t recommend washing your hair every day.
How Often Should You Wash Your Hair?
How often you should wash your hair truly depends on the condition of your hair and the type. The thicker your hair is, the less natural oils you have and the less you need to shampoo. Those with dry or curly hair can watch much less frequently. Those with thin hair often shows oil as the hair isn’t thick enough to soak it up. It can be embarrassing but, figuring out the wash days for your hair type is the best solution. For the average person, every other day or every 2 to 3 days is the usual in regards general washing. If your hair is styled in protective styles, such as cornrows or box braid, you can get away with washing less frequently.
How to prolong washing
Because your scalp may get irritated or itchy from over washing, the beauty community has dubbed a few products holy grails to allow your wash to last a few extra days. Dry Shampoo is popular in between wash days. The shampoo is formulated to remove oil and dirt on the roots. Spay dry shampoo on the hairline and the roots only about three to four inches from your head. This allows the spray to soak up natural oils and giving you more time in between wash days. You can also spray oil on your scalp at night. This will help absorb excess oil overnight if you want to preserve your hairstyle.
In all, how often you wash your hair depends on your hair type and the current condition of your hair. But, regardless of your hair type, the Replenish Shampoo will not only clean your scalp but give you the body and volume you desire. For questions about our products and for more details about our Replenish Shampoo, visit our online store