Shampoo & Conditioner

Shampoo and conditioner for hair. Contains surfactants and cleansers to help remove oil, sweat, dirt, product build-up, and environmental contaminants from your hair.

Conditioners, on the other hand, contain natural oils, proteins and plant extracts that help maintain hair’s softness, shine and smoothness. Leaves a thin layer on your hair after rinsing to protect your hair.

Most people shampoo, comb and rinse their hair before applying conditioner. Shampooing removes dirt and oil from the hair but can make hair rough, curly, and unmanageable. Using a conditioner after shampooing will help with this problem.

But is the only way to wash your hair is to shampoo it before conditioning?

A new method called reverse shampooing or pre-washing conditioner to wash your hair suggests applying conditioner before applying shampoo. There is also a new trend known as joint washing, which completely skips the shampoo.

So which method is better? While a traditional shampoo regimen is still often needed, depending on your hair type and preferences, it can sometimes be helpful to try another method.

How to use shampoo and conditioner
A general recommendation is to use shampoo to wash your hair before learning. Follow these steps for best results:

Completely saturate your hair with warm, not hot, water.
Pour a small amount of shampoo into the palm of your hand.
Apply to scalp and massage until foaming.
Apply the shampoo to your hair, but pay most attention to the scalp.