How to Choose a Shampoo for Hair

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The main function of shampoo is to cleanse hair and the scalp. However, considering the different types of hair and skin, we aim not just for cleanliness, but also to address specific hair issues: combat dandruff, manage unruly curls, add volume, or reduce oiliness...

These desires are realized thanks to a broad spectrum of shampoos from various brands. However, such a variety can sometimes confuse the choice: which one to choose for oneself?

The difference between professional shampoos and mass-market shampoos

Professional shampoos and regular shampoos available in standard stores differ not only in price but also in composition and effectiveness. Professional shampoos typically contain high-quality ingredients, specially designed for specific hair and scalp problems. They can be more concentrated and provide more noticeable results, as they are developed by cosmetology experts. On the other hand, shampoos from regular stores often have a wider range but might contain more synthetic components and fewer active ingredients. The choice between them depends on your hair type, scalp condition, and personal preferences.

Different shampoos are recommended for various scalp types. And this article will help determine your scalp type.

  1. Dry scalp type: The main goal is to moisturize and nourish the scalp, as well as the hair. Shampoos with gentle cleansing components that don't strip away natural oils from the skin are the optimal choice. Shampoos labeled "for dry hair" or "for scalp hydration" are suitable options. Additionally, shampoos with natural oils (like coconut, argan, and jojoba) can be beneficial for moisturizing and nourishment.
  2. Normal scalp type: In this case, you can opt for daily use shampoos (with a neutral pH) or those specifically designed for normal hair. These shampoos are balanced and will help maintain the scalp's natural barrier.
  3. Oily scalp type: Shampoos for oily scalps should be soothing and regulating. They decrease sebum production and help maintain balance. Look for shampoos with natural extracts (like tea tree, aloe vera, and calendula) that can calm the skin and reduce sebum production.

Also, on our website, you have the opportunity to use an innovative system for automatically selecting the perfect shampoo. Our development will allow you to accurately determine the appropriate shampoo depending on your skin type. The evaluation system offers the chance to assess the compatibility of each shampoo with your skin from 0 to 100 percent. This ensures the most accurate selection, taking into account critical aspects, such as your skin sensitivity and allergies to specific components.

Moreover, our system analyzes the composition of each shampoo and follows recommendations that match each skin type. This helps to ensure the maximum positive effect from the chosen product.

It's also important to remember that every individual is unique, and you might need to try several different shampoos to find the one that best suits you. The skin's reaction to a particular shampoo can vary, so the individual factor should be considered.


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