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Just wanted to share that ive found that if I think of this as shampoo and conditioner and adjust the formula some the same as I would have with bought stuff I get better results. If my hairs oily I might have washed twice with shampoo before and now would make more baking soda and do two rinses. If my hair seems dry then maybe cut back on the baking soda but more vinegar. Just saying what works best for me is not thinking of this as a one size fits all formula, but tweaking it a bit based on my how my hair feels that day. Hope that makes sense, its kinda hard to explain :)
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Do you have a recipe for silver and getting corse shampoo? Don’t want the silver to get yellow-no i don’t smoke-and would like to have it a bit softer than with the shampoos and conditioners i have all ready used.
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While most shampoo and conditioner combinations only have 5 to 8 active ingredients, Revitalize and Restore contain 21 premium ingredients that have been shown to support the overall health of your hair while making it more manageable and beautiful.Healthy hair looks clean, soft to feel, shiny, untangled, has no frizz and is bouncy when shaking the head. To have this, you require not only a good overall health and freedom from disease but a daily chore of maintenance and grooming of hair. For a smooth, wet and dry feel, friction between hair and skin should be minimized in wet and dry environment, respectively, and if you desire a good feel with respect to bouncing and shaking of the hair during walking and running, friction low between hair fibers.[] Shampoos and conditioners of today target some of the factors responsible for helping the hair look healthy through their various ingredients.Dear Lifehacker,
I buy a cheap shampoo and conditioner combo, and it seems to work just fine, but I see higher-priced options all the time. Why do they cost so much? Are they better? Should shampoo and conditioner stay separated? What's the best option to buy? Please help!Dermatologists many a times encounter patients with or without hair disorders asking many questions about how to keep hair looking clean and beautiful. Which shampoo or conditioner must I use for my kind of hair? is the most common query of most patients. Familiarity with available hair care products along with a basic knowledge of the different types of hair seen in individuals will help doctors to offer expert advice and prevent awkward moments in clinical practice. This article in brief would be discussing the basic and practical aspects regarding cosmetic shampoo and conditioners relevant to a dermatologist. Therefore, therapeutic shampoo will not be discussed here.Dear Hairbrained,
We spoke to a few hair care professionals to find out the answer and yes, it does matter which shampoo and conditioner you buy. Nevertheless, that doesn't mean you can't purchase a cheap option and still get a good product. In general, looking for shampoos and conditioners that avoid harsh chemicals will make most people happy. That said, there is something to be gained from premium brands. You'll have to decide whether or not that extra benefit is worth the cost for you.Using a shampoo and conditioner combo isn't bad for your hair, but you negate some of the benefits of each when they're combined. Shampoo washes your hair and conditioner attempts to make it softer. Shampoo tends to lighten your hair whereas conditioner can weigh it down (by adding moisture and, in some cases, essential oils). You want to apply shampoo more aggressively to your scalp, because that's primarily what you're trying to clean, but conditioner is more effective when you focus on the ends of your hairs. (In fact, putting the bulk of conditioner in the center of your head and on your scalp can make it kind of gross when you have longer hair.) Because the two types of hair products are pretty different, you lose the ability to use them to their greatest benefit when they're combined. Basically, there's nothing wrong with shampoo and conditioner combos, but they're more effective when applied separately and effectively. That said, the impact is far greater on long hair than short. If you have short hair, you likely won't notice as much of a difference.