Shampoo Tips

Why You Shouldn’t Use Shampoo

Written by Suresh

Basically, shampoos can leave nasty amounts of chemical buildup on your scalp, which over time messes with your skin. Eventually, your scalp will become so inundated by these chemicals that it’ll do all sorts of strange things, like overproduce oils (this is probably why my scalp is so greasy).

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For most people, there is no medical need to shampoo at all, as rinsing with water can remove dirt and dandruff. However, some health conditions can benefit from regular shampooing. People with parasitic infections of the scalp, particularly lice, may need to use special shampoos to get rid of the bugs.

Generally What happens if I don’t use shampoo? The longer you go in between washes, the more build up you get, which can clog your pores and lead to ingrowns. A build up of oil is the best way to attract all sorts of particles. You might think you have a case of dandruff, but in all likelihood, what you think is a dry scalp will probably be specks of dust.

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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Is it OK to wash hair without shampoo?

While most of you choose to use shampoo to wash your hair, do you know it tends to strip off your hair’s natural lustre at times? Shampoo is great, but it can have damaging effects on your hair and scalp too. The good news is that you can wash your hair even without shampoo.

Can I just wash my hair with water?

Feisal shares that washing with water alone is like taking a shower without soap—great as a quick refresh, but probably not ideal for most of us to do all of the time. Water will only help rinse the hair’s surface of dust and debris, but will not do much else and especially won’t ‘wash’ your hair.

What happens if you only wash your hair with water?

Over time, hair becomes more accustomed to a water-only cleanse, so your natural sebum and hair oils will decrease overtime if you are consistent with a water only routine. Meaning your hair will be less greasy in between wash days.

What can I use instead of shampoo?

Dry Hair

  • Water. Washing our hair until it is ‘squeaky clean,’ often strips our locks of the natural oils that play an important role in reducing frizz and increasing shine.
  • Egg.
  • Coconut Milk + Olive Oil Mix.
  • Water and Lemon Juice.
  • Oat Milk.
  • Herbal Tea.
  • Tea Tree Oil.
  • Baking Soda.

What is the healthiest way to wash your hair?

Here are some basic steps you should follow.

  • Wet your hair thoroughly. Don’t jump straight into applying your shampoo.
  • Apply your shampoo. Remember: This shampoo should be the right kind for your hair.
  • Go easy on your scalp.
  • Rinse thoroughly.
  • Apply conditioner.
  • Rinse again.
  • Dry.

How can I clean my hair naturally?

7 Ways To Wash Hair Without Shampoo

  1. Baking Soda. Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) has a pH of 9.
  2. Apple Cider Vinegar. Apple cider vinegar (ACV) has a pH of 4.5 to 5.5, similar to that of the scalp.
  3. Lemon Juice.
  4. Bentonite Clay.
  5. Light Rye Flour.
  6. Dry Shampoos.
  7. Co-Washing.

Is it OK to wet hair daily?

Yes, you can wet natural hair everyday, and it is actually advised to do so to maintain moisture. Let’s be clear though: by wetting your hair, we don’t meanwashing it. We simply mean rinsing natural hair either in the shower or spritzing water over your hair.

Does no-poo help with dandruff?

The simple idea behind No Poo is that the out of balance scalp starts to regulate itself again, after not using any type of shampoo for a period of time. Conventional shampoos contain harmful chemical ingredients such as sulfates, paraffin oils, silicone and parabens.

What are the benefits of not washing your hair?

This redistributes the sebum in your hair, moving it from your oily scalp down to the dry ends. Here are five reasons why you might want to ditch the ‘poo, too:

  • Avoid chemicals.
  • Use less water.
  • Save time.
  • Get healthier hair.
  • Get to know your locks.

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