The One Thing You May Not Be Checking About Your Shampoo?

In this post we are going to talk about the shampoos.

One thing that you are not looking from your shampoo.

Have you ever checked whether your shampoo has sulfates, or silicone?

Most of the things you don’t know, you don’t know whether it has antioxidants, or the pH etc.

You need to check everything, maybe the pH will influence on the hair growth, and you are not aware of it.

This is one small chemistry lesson.

So the pH can be from 0 to 14. When we say that pH is neutral than we mean that it Is 7. But it is a base when it is higher than 7, and it is acid when it is lower than 7.

The chemicals that you are applying on your head, will have some influence on the scalp and on your hair.

The hairstylists are using shampoo with 25% having alkaline pH, but the dandruff shampoos are having 81%.

You need to find something with lower ph.

This will ruin your cuticles on the scalp and it will make you more harm than good.

The first thing that you have to do Is to mix the sulfates. Because that is how they won’t leave your hair damage.

You can also look for shampoos with balanced acid derived surfactants, and those are sodium cocoyl isethionate and sodium methyl cocoyl taurate.

Also the pH can vary but mostly it on 7, which means when you will wash your hair, the pH will get 6 and it presents demi-permanent color.

For this purpose, you can apply apple cider vinegar.

The hair will be very smooth and will shine.

Source:

www.mindbodygreen.com