Forget the ones in your drug stores or grocery stores and spend a little extra money and buy a good shampoo and conditioner from a salon. Many store bought shampoos contain wax (makes the hair shiny.) Here is a good tip I just learned. Once a week mix warm water (approx. 1/4 cup) with 1/2 cup of baking soda and mix into a medium thin paste and apply to hair. Leave in for 15 minutes and then shampoo with a good shampoo. The mixture of water/baking soda takes out all the gels, mousse build-up, etc. It really perks the hair up. If your hair is long you will need to mix more water and baking soda.
There are shampoos for hair that has dandruff, dry hair that needs moisture, hair that needs shine, voluming shampoo is huge for flat hair, and there is even repairing shampoo for damaged hair.
Use sulfate free shampoos which won't dry out your hair.
It depends entirely on the specifics of your hair. There are certain shampoos that are better for color treated hair, oily hair, damaged hair, etc.
sulfides in shampoos will strip the natural oils to make your hair dry, frizzy and damaged especially color treated hair.
If your hair is falling out then that is not a good sign. You should switch shampoos.
If you're talking about shampoos, there is a Pantene shampoo made for curly hair.
No! DO NOT USE SOAP IN YOUR HAIR? Not only does regular soap dry the skin but it will dry your hair too. Use hair shampoos and conditioners such as John Frieda he has great shampoos for 7 or 8 dollars at Walgreen's.
Anything natural or organic. It tends to be gentler on thinner hair.
Some shampoos that claim they are good for color treated hair may not be. A person answering this question would have to have color treated hair to give a recommendation. Your best bet is to speak to your hairstylist.
Hair replenishment therapy is a technique used to replenish dry or damaged hair by using special soaps, shampoos, and conditioners. These products help the scalp to repair and replenish healthy hair on the head.
Some of the Bumble and Bumble shampoos are organic. Most of the Bumble and Bumble shampoos are not organic. The shampoo is very good for your hair but not all are environmentally sound.
Pantene is the best
coconut oil shampoos make your hair grow a lot faster
You should use sulfate-free shampoos on color treated hair.
yes they do if you have curly hair if you have straight then regulars do.
Good shampoos against hair loss are "DS Laboratories Revita Hair Growth Stimulating Shampoo", "RegenePure NT Nourishing Treatment or Pura D‰Ûª" or "Organic Argan Oil Anti Hair Loss Shampoo".
Everyone hair is different. You will need to use the Shampoo that is right for you and your hair type. Do you have normal hair? If so purchase shampoos for normal hair. Do you have color in your hair? If so use color treated shampoos. Do you have oily hair? If so use Shampoos that are designed to remove some of the oils from your hair but without stripping your hair of it's natural oils Do you have dry hair? If so use shampoos that are designed to put moisture back in the hair. The best shampoos are solely up to you. It's the brand you like and what works for you. I recommend using organic shampoos that are made free of any harsh ingredients, as for your preferred brand we should leave that up to you.
Try finding a good heat protectant and find shampoo and conditoner that will heal damaged hair.
Moisturizing shampoo helps to nurture the dry parts of the hair, but if you cuticle is damaged, the only solution is to get the damaged cut off.
Special shampoos, and conditioners. They're at any store that sells regular shampoo, at barber shops, drug stores, and online too.
The best shampoo for a person to use depends on the type of hair the individual has. Shampoos offer many choices for many hair types including shampoos for people who color their hair, for people who have dry scalps, for people who have damaged hair, and for people who want thicker hair. There are more choices on the market. One shampoo brand that covers most all of the needs on the market, that is most affordable is Pantene.
Depending on the kind of hair color you use, it can actually improve the texture of your hair. And coloring your hair a lighter shade (bleaching it) can cause damage or dryness with some people. But if your hair is damaged or dry, it's best to let a professional hair dresser color it. There are also shampoos, conditioners, and treatments made to counteract the damage done to hair by coloring and other processing procedures.
The effect of shampoos on the tensile strength of hair are hard to determine. Depending on color of hair, brand of shampoo, and previous damage to hair, the results will differ.
A good hair growth shampoo will have vitamins like biotin and amino acids in it. Horse shampoo doesn't have those things in it. Read the ingredient labels of shampoos and use one that has biotin, vitamins, amino acids, and saw palmetto extract in it.