your type of shampoo

United States
December 4, 2006 6:51am CST
what type of shampoo do you use for your hair? Does it help or hurt your hair? i work at a salon so i use the products we do there. We have Eufora which is an all natural, aloe based line and it works great, plus it lasts longer because since its aloe you dont need as much to get a lather you actually use the water from the shower
2 responses
@Mommamea (1215)
• United States
29 Jan 07
I tend to use whatever is in the shower at the time. It is my understanding you should change your shampoo every so often. I think it is every other month. How does your hair look and style for you? If your hair isn't healthy and easy to manage you could be using the wrong shampoo. I have used salon shampoo to the inexpensive White Rain. It all depends on how much I have to spend at the time.
• United States
29 Jan 07
The bad thing about cheap shampoo is that is does not include the things meant to help and protect your hair from damage and generally leaves a filmy buildup behind. That buildup weighs your hair down and eventually cause it to break. About once a week it is good to use a cleansing/clarifying shampoo and a deep conditioner. Changing up your shampoo is also a good idea. My hair actually looks great and styles wonderfully when I have time to do so. I just cant get it to hold a curl because it likes to be difficult.
@joshdale08 (2324)
• Philippines
4 Dec 06
every year for the past 8 years, i've been having my naturally wavy hair straightened in a salon. for the first few years, everything was okay and i loved the way my hair looked. but these past 2-3 years, i've noticed i've developed dandruffs and it kept getting worse as time goes by. and nothing helped, not even anti-dandruff shampoos, so, i went to a dermatologist and she prescribed this pricey shampoo called Stieprox. after 2 washings, my dandruff were really gone! (do i sound like a commercial now?)i'm still using it 2-3 times a week - never mind the price of $12.