Shampoo manufacturers teach you how to choose shampoo!


1. Babies should choose special children's shampoo when washing their hair. Children's shampoo for adults may not have enough cleaning power.

2. Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) in shampoo is more irritating. 3.

The foam of the shampoo has little to do with the cleaning power, and the amount of foam has something to do with the surface activity added. 4. Silicone oil will not clog pores, nor will it cause hair loss.

Silicone-containing shampoo will make it soft after washing. If oily hair feels oily, you can use silicone-free shampoo. 5.

Anti-dandruff ingredients (zinc pyrithione, climbazole, salicylic acid, etc.) are more irritating and are recommended for people with dandruff. Healthy human scalp is in a weakly acidic environment (pH between 4.

5 and 6.5), which can inhibit the growth of fungi. When the weakly acidic environment is destroyed, various germs will multiply and cause inflammation, such as itchy scalp and increased dandruff.

We recommend to prefer weakly acidic shampoo, because it is close to the scalp environment (pH between 4.5 ~ 6.5).

In addition, according to the individual hair quality: The pH of the scalp that is prone to oil is low, and a shampoo with a slightly higher pH can be used; A dry scalp with a high pH can use a shampoo with a low pH. 1. What to do about dry hair? Silicone oil is added to most shampoos (conditioners) on the market.

Silicone oil has a good softening effect, and it is cheap and expensive. If you have heard something bad about silicone oil, it must be the routine of the merchant. Common silicone oils are: polydimethylsiloxane, dimethiconol, amodimethicone.

Anyway, if there is the word "silicon", it is basically right, it is it. 2. What should I do if I am naturally greasy? If your hair is greasy (in fact, there are not many such people), you can try a silicone-free shampoo and replace silicone oil with cationic conditioning agents.

The most common representatives are: polyquaternium salt and guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride, which can play antistatic and softening effects. 3. How to choose if you want to control oil? In fact, there are not many people who are really greasy.

The brainwashing by the merchants is too serious, and women don't like greasy by nature, so they have to feel the skin feeling similar to soap after bathing to feel that it is completely clean and comfortable. As everyone knows, this is a big misunderstanding. This is one of the reasons why SLS shampoos, soap-based soaps, and soap-based facial cleansers are so popular (and another reason is that they are cheap and extremely low cost).

What I want to tell you is that many products on the market under the banner of oil control do not have oil control ingredients. Instead just wash your oils off with SLS or a big soap base. This is called oil removal, not oil control.

What we wash is our own body, hair and skin, not washing pots and dishes. Thoroughly remove the oil, that is the matter of dish soap and dish soap! What's more, if the oil is washed too thoroughly, it will accelerate the secretion of oil. If you think about it, you're actually not that greasy.

If you’re still greasy after staying away from SLS and soap bases for a while, you can look for shampoos with oil-controlling ingredients like vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), zinc PCA. 4. How to choose if you have a lot of dandruff? Look for these anti-dandruff ingredients: zinc pyrithione, piroctone olamine, climimazole, salicylic acid.

These ingredients are irritating to a certain extent, so use them at your own discretion and don't use them too frequently. There are many causes of dandruff, more serious, it is recommended to see a doctor. If it is male seborrheic dermatitis that causes excessive dandruff, pay attention to whether the uncles and grandparents at home have the same symptoms or even hair loss.

If there are any, it is recommended to stay away from the bad ingredients mentioned at the beginning of the article and develop healthy living habits. Finally, pay attention to hair transplantation as soon as possible. 5.

Silicone oil will clog pores, so people with hair loss should not use it? I don't know when this saying started to become popular: Silicone oil can clog pores, make the scalp itchy, and cause hair loss. In recent years, the concept of "silicon-free oil" has become very popular, and many daily chemical brands have seized this point as their main selling point. At the same time, they began to publicize that silicone oil is impervious to water, will clog pores, cause itchy scalp, acne, and cause hair loss and sequelae of hair loss.

But in fact, hair care products are generally anionic surfactants for cleaning. Anionic surfactants are highly cleansing but irritating to the skin and require co-surfactants and conditioning agents to improve their function. The most commonly used conditioner of these is silicone oil.

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