Even those of us with the most basic of beauty routines know to cleanse, protect and moisturise our skin in order to achieve a beautiful complexion. But rarely would we consider treating our scalp in the same way.
Yet the majority of common hair issues all have their roots (pun intended) in the condition of your scalp. So it makes sense that, in order to achieve healthy hair you need a healthy scalp.
This means the shampoo you choose is vital when it comes to the health of your hair. But instead of deciding between shampoos that promise to moisturise or protect or simply clean, try a multi-tasking product that fights all three, such as Head & Shoulders’ new Tri-Action formula shampoo.
So if you suffer with any, or all, of the following common hair issues, read on to find out how the right shampoo could be your solution.
If you struggle with greasy roots it’s probably due to product build-up and excess sebum. The right shampoo needs to cling on to this build-up as you lather and wash it away when you rinse.
Head & Shoulders Tri-Action shampoo cleanses your hair with fine bubbles that pop less easily, meaning they efficiently carry build-up and excess sebum away from your roots, leaving your hair clean and fresh.
Your conditioner is important when it comes to dealing with dry and frizzy ends, but if you use a shampoo that strips your hair of its natural oils, you will be undoing all its good work.
Look for a shampoo such as Head & Shoulders Tri-Action shampoo, which also moisturises at the root to lock in hydration, leaving hair smooth and soft to the touch.
If you have dry skin, chances are a dry scalp causes your dandruff, and so a moisturising shampoo, as above, should help.
However, it can also be caused by a yeast-like fungus, which feeds on your hair’s natural oils. For this, you will need a shampoo designed specifically to fight the fungus.
Head & Shoulders Tri-Action shampoo contains micro-minerals, which go deep into the root where the dandruff-causing fungus resides and thus protects you from flakes even after rinsing.
For more tips, see our article Three steps to model-worthy hair.
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