To those of you aiming for hair growth, are you looking too closely at your shampoo?
In addition to sweat and sebum, dust, dirt, pollen, and waste gases accumulate on the scalp and in the hair. If left unchecked, they can cause inflammation of the scalp. It is important to shampoo daily to keep your hair and scalp clean.
Care must be taken with shampoo.
What kind of shampoo are you currently using? Some shampoo products on the market may actually damage your hair. Most shampoo products on the market contain synthetic petroleum surfactants. Even if you rinse off the shampoo properly, if a small amount of the liquid remains, it can penetrate the skin and adversely affect the scalp. In particular, surfactants are highly penetrating and can damage hair matrix cells.
What kind of shampoo products are good for hair growth?
There are two key factors in choosing a shampoo that is gentle on your hair.
- natural ingredients
As mentioned above, synthetic petroleum surfactants can easily damage hair, so choose a shampoo with natural ingredients if possible.
- Weak acidity
As is often said in commercials, skin is slightly acidic. This means that choosing a shampoo that is mildly acidic will lessen the burden on the scalp. If you are confused because there are so many kinds of shampoos to choose from, please take a look at the recommended products section of LiiB21. We have shampoos with natural ingredients such as Roman chamomile extract, burdock extract, rosemary extract, and pine extract.
What kind of washing should I do?
There are three key points to gentle hair washing.
- Put the shampoo in the palm of your hand and lather well with both hands.
Directly applying shampoo to hair is not good for the skin. 2.
- After lathering, apply the shampoo to hair and gently massage into the skin.
Do not use fingernails at this time. It will damage the skin.
- Rinse with plenty of hot water.
Insufficient rinsing is not good for the scalp. Take your time to rinse.