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400Ml Sunsilk Herbal Shampoo Thick Long Hair Protein 
400Ml Sunsilk Herbal Shampoo Thick Long Hair Protein

Price: $15.00
10.89 GBP 18.67 CAD 12.29 EUR


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Yoghurt Protein Energiser


Shampoo with creamy yoghurt energizers:

Infused with nourishing creamy Yoghurt energizers, it gently cleanses and wraps around hair strands, so hair is less flutly and more manageable.
Smoother & manageable so hair always falls back into place!
Cleanse & Refresh....and smoothen flutly hair from the first wash.

Directions for use:
Message onto wet hair. Rinse thoroughly

It is an excellent mixture of nourishing, cleansing and foaming agents. It stimulates the scalp, strengthens the hair, roots and prevents thinning of hair, leaving it with full spectrum of natural oil

Choosing The Right Shampoo :

Shampoo is meant to remove dirt, sebum (oils), and product build-up from your hair. But there are dozens of different brands to choose from, and even more types within those brands. Here, we run down the best shampoos for 4 different hair types.
Coarse, curly hair:
Curly hair is almost always dry and here's why -- oils produced in the scalp don't travel as easily down the hair shaft as they do with straight hair. Creamy, moisturizing shampoos work best for this hair texture. Look for wheat germ oil, shea butter and nut oils (macadamia, for example) in your shampoos.
Fine, oily or limp hair:
Fine hair is most susceptible to looking 'oily' and can get this way after only one day. Opt for clear shampoos and stay away from the creamy ones. You want a gentle shampoo marked for daily or frequent washing. The secret to a fine hair shampoo lies in a bodybuilding ingredient called panthenol. Hair experts swear that panthenol penetrates the haircuticle, making each strand thicker.
Another tip:
Use a dry shampoo or talcum powder between washes. Not only will the powder soak up oils, but it adds body as well.
Processed hair:
Adding moisture is essential for coloured, permed and relaxed hair. Unfortunately, overly-processed hair can suffer from oily roots but dry shafts and ends. Therefore, washing processed hair can be tricky business. You want to cleanse the roots while moisturising the ends. We suggest washing hair every other day with a shampoo made for normal hair. Concentrate on cleaning the scalp. Then use a strong conditioner only mid-shaft to the ends of the hair.

Here are other shampoo tips for the following processed hair types:

Hair experts swear colour-protection shampoos contain gentle cleansers and ingredients that preserve colour. Others suggest using a gentle cleanser such as baby shampoo works just as well.
Premed or relaxed:
Any moisturizing shampoo will work for your hair type but apply it only to roots and rub it in well. Then apply a quick burst of water. While the water is running down the hair shaft, massage the hair to remove any dirt and grime. Rinse well. You dont want to skip conditioner. Make sure to apply conditioner from the roots to the tips.
Dry, damaged hair:
Avoid clear shampoos and go straight for the creamy ones. These shampoos smooth, detangle and diffuse static.
Why Your Hair Needs Shampoo
Dirty, unwashed hair leads to unhealthy hair...
and looks unclean!
It can lead to dandruff.
Scalp infections are caused by unclean hair.
A good shampoo cleans and improves your hair texture.
In cities and towns prone to pollution, it becomes necessary to shampoo your hair every alternate day if not everyday!
Ideally, hair should be washed before it gets dirty, in order to prevent the damage that can be caused by the particles of grime which lie on the outer layer of your hair (the cuticle).


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