- Nov 2, 2009
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If water alone can easily wash out means the product got no hold already. Because in our humid climate a high percentage of air is water.
Is your "shampoo contributing to hair loss" theory medical fact or just something you thought up of? Hair too long/improper shampooing technique/hair drying technique will contribute to hair loss also.
Also you can try washing your hair with conditioner instead of shampoo to remove build-up. Not an expert-GX&DT don't flame me- but there is literature to support this. I've used this method on days when my hair doesn't feel too dirty and find that it works. I think i read before its got to do with the conditioner's oils emulsifying the oils on your head.
Perhaps start by cutting your hair short so you don't need to rely on heavy hold styling products or any at all for that matter.
Best yet, consult a medical professional.
No cleaning your hair properly-due to build up of products dirty etc will lead to hair loss.
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Yeah, all my life I have been using shampoo to wash out the product in my hair everyday. In fact I have been shampooing everyday with or without product in my hair. But I've done some research and they say that shampoo removes the excess sebum in your hair and the good oils as well. So now I want to tone down to washing with water everyday but only shampoo every 3 days. So far so good, I feel like I have been dropping lesser hair. Also can't be everyday there's so much sebum on your hair you need to shampoo it off right?
Thanks for your friendly advice!