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Shampoo Killed My Beautiful Hair

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We buy these hair products. We try these salon treatments. But of course,
none that is similar to those shampoo commercials ever happens to us.
None ever will. But then we keep buying these products. We keep trying
more salon treatments. Until we fail again.


Keywords:
hair care,shampoo,hair,beauty,health


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Hair is everybody's crowning glory.

The previous paragraph is the sole reason as to why beauty salons and
shampoo companies have become the "in thing" in the business world. They
earn money by caressing vanity, the very grain that is inherent in human
nature. They awe us by parading beautiful girls with long, shiny hair.
They instill in us the drama, the magic, the beautiful-girl-stories of
finding fame and romance by sporting soft and shiny locks.

We buy these hair products. We try these salon treatments. But of course,
none that is similar to those shampoo commercials ever happens to us.
None ever will. But then we keep buying these products. We keep trying
more salon treatments. Until we fail again.

It is sad that we end up forever victims of what we believe as the "great
solution." We don't know that what we religiously follow at the back of
shampoo bottles is not really a beauty secret, but actually a deceitful
commercial script to bring more business for shampoo companies. In
reality, constant usage of shampoo actually diminishes the strength and
the shine of the hair. But because we have so much faith, we never put
the blame on these products. Instead, we use more, buy more, hope even
firmer that in the long run, we still will achieve the shampoo-model-
type-hair.

The rationale for this is simple. Overwashing the hair rids the natural
oil from the scalp, therepy prodding the latter to produce more oil to
compensate. This results dandruff and grease. Also there are residues
from hair creams and shampoos that accumulates in the hair, making it
more difficult to wash.

In an article by Natalie in stretcher. com, she gave tips on how to
maintain a less-costly but healthy hair:

1. When you wash your hair, lather once, not twice (like all shampoo
instructions suggest!). Wash your hair and scalp thoroughly, and then
rinse.. Your hair might not feel "squeaky clean," but it will be as clean
as with two lathers.
2. When possible, leave your hair without washing an extra day. Try not
to wash your hair every day. Your hair will become less oily over time.
3.Brush your hair and scalp every day (your grandmother was right). This
will stimulate your scalp, distribute protective oils throughout your
hair, and combat dandruff.
4. Unless you've had your hair colored or permed in the last month, do
not condition the hair at your scalp. This will discourage greasiness,
and it will also save you money!
5. If you want a fresh feeling but don't want to shampoo, just run hot
water over your hair in the shower. This will rinse away some of the dirt
and even out your hair, so that it will look clean without having to
shampoo.

There we go. There are actually more less-costly but more effective fixes
that we can think of than depending on instant treatments. It is never
wrong to look for easier alternatives, but hey, a beautiful mane is a
treasure unworthy of being gambled. Let’s play it slow and sure. Beauty,
after all, is not an overnight thing.

Other articles from the same author:
<a href="http://www.ion-healthbeauty-4u.info">A-Z Guide for a Healthy
Beauty</a>

				
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