Friday, August 30, 2013

Best Shampoo and Conditioner for Your Hair and Scalp

Healthy Hair
Every person has a different need or 'look' they'd like to achieve for their hair style.  It can be a challenge finding the right shampoo and conditioner with formulas providing manageable, healthy, as well as the best for your particular hair needs.  You may be looking to smooth, volumize, moisturize, straighten, manage or something that will help your color-treated hair maintain color.

No matter what your needs are, you don't want to spend hard-earned money on coloring, relaxing or chemically straightening your hair, yet use a shampoo and conditioner that is harsh and irritating to your scalp.  Your shampoo should clean your hair without irritating your scalp or leaving your hair dull or unhealthy looking.

If you have oily hair, you should not shampoo your hair every day.  This only dries out your scalp and may even cause it to produce more oil.  If you need to shampoo daily, use a gentle shampoo, such as Cleure SLS free shampoo.  Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) dries the scalp and can leave your hair and scalp overly dry.  Avoid shampoos with fragrance and other harsh irritating ingredients.

For dry hair, it's recommended to shampoo two to three time a week.  A gentle shampoo is a must for dry hair free of SLS.  Adding a dab of emu oil to your conditioner should help hydrate your hair to silkiness.

If your scalp is flaky, massage Emu Oil on your scalp before shampooing to help stimulate and hydrate it.  If the flakiness persists, you should see your doctor for treatment.  Emu oil has also been shown to help stimulate hair growth.

Check the water hardess in your shower.  Hard water can rob your hair of moisture.  Leave your conditioner on longer to help penetrate and make your hair more manageable.

Cleure Volumizing Shampoo helps your hair maintain moisture.  It's free of SLS, which means it will not dry your hair.  Cleure Replenishing Conditioner helps your hair become manageable and healthy.

Best Shampoo & Conditioner

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