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IS DRY SHAMPOO BAD FOR YOUR SCALP?

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We've come to use and rely on Dry Shampoos to extend the life of our hairstyles and help us skip a wash or two during the week- but it's important to spend a little extra time on the days we DO wash, to ensure that our scalp health remains in tact. Otherwise our scalps can begin to have issues with bacteria growth, clogged hair follicles or even (in RARE cases) hair loss.

Be smart and use common sense with your Dry Shampoos, and you'll be fine! If your scalp has become dry, flaky or irritated- then you may need to lay off the Dry Shampoo and only use it once a week. If you notice bumps in the scalp, like acne, you've got clogged follicles that need a breather until they heal. And if there's any sort of smell coming from the scalp, things have progressed to an unsafe level where bacteria could be growing. [video here]



Here are some basic Dry Shampoo tips:

1- Limit use of Dry Shampoo to 2 days in a row followed by a thorough double washing on day 3.

2- Only use on dry hair! Once moisture from sweat or humidity is involved bacteria will begin to form and a traditional shampoo is needed to cleanse the scalp.

3- Spray Dry Shampoo on the underside of the HAIR itself, not aimed directly at the scalp/skin.

Once every other week or so, it's a great idea to spend a little extra time on your scalp. Thoroughly loosening and cleansing the scalp ensures your skin and follicles are getting proper blood circulation and your hair will look and feel better as a result. 

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How many days in a row are your reaching for Dry Shampoo? Does this make you think twice?









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