Hope you all have had a good start to the new week. Happieee Tuesday Guys!
Tuesday is here, and FairFax is here to with the next installment of our Tuesday Tips weekly series!
Do you know hair wash is so much more than just cleaning your hair? It’s like therapy for most of us. It seems almost impossible to think that there are right & wrong ways of doing it. Read on to know how you can enjoy your hair wash without worrying about damaging your hair.
Washing your hair cleanses your scalp & washes away dirt, dust & oil deposited on your hair. Some amount of hair fall while showering is normal, which means hair falls out naturally but new hair will replace it.
It is suggested that you avoid using hot water to wash your hair. Using hot water for hair wash can stimulate sebaceous glands to produce more oil. Water, if too hot, will cause hair to lose its strength, dry it out, make it prone to breakage & weaken hair roots.
Hair may also becomes dry & frizzy, & there may be a danger of premature greying. Therefore, use cold or lukewarm water to wash hair, especially during the winters (when the temptation to use hot water is at its peak). So, IS there a best method for washing your hair? Yes, here it is:
Step 1: Start with lukewarm/cold water to get your scalp & hair wet. Gently massage your scalp with your favorite shampoo to get the excess dirt and oil out of your hair. Rinse the shampoo off with some lukewarm or cold water.
Step 2: Apply conditioner. Wash the conditioner off with cold water (optional step). Step 3: Take a Mugful of Water (at least one liter) & put 3 drops of FairFax in it.
Step 4: Rinse scalp, hair roots & hair gently with this Herbal Water. Pat dry with a soft towel. (Use FairFax after every hair wash. After Step 4, do not pour more water over your hair, FairFax rinse should be the LAST rinse of your hair.) Now you know how water temperature affect your hair, you’re good to manage your wash day to get that perfect & beautiful hair style!
If you have any Tuesday Tip to share with us, feel free to mention in the comments below.
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