How long can I switch between shampoos?


  1. 01.05.07, 16:07:36#1
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    Change shampoo daily .... makes sense ???

    I've read that you shouldn't always use the same shampoo, but always a different one (daily).

    Why is that useful?

    Which shampoos should I use then?
    One with silicone and one without?

    Can you recommend a combination for my short, rather fine hair?

  2. 01.05.07, 17:02:35#2
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    With short hair this is probably not really necessary.

    I've just read many times that hair "gets used" to the shampoo and then quickly becomes limp.

    I usually have 3-4 shampoos in use. Including an exfoliating shampoo that washes away excess residue from the hair. Especially recommended if you use a lot of styling agents.

  3. 05.05.07, 16:44:47#3
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    I also wash my hair with someone else every day, so alternately, otherwise it quickly becomes greasy = (

  4. 06.05.07, 11:19:35#4
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    Originally written by Beautyfee3
    I also wash my hair with someone else every day, so alternately, otherwise it quickly becomes greasy = (
    Dito. Otherwise mine will hang limp or look stubborn, so it's perfect.
    I always switch between a more substantial, the next day a lighter one with conditioner, once a week a children's shampoo with a hair conditioner. I believe there are silicone in all of them. Never pay attention to it that way.

    My ma has short hair and has always changed for a long time (but found that annoying), but since she has had a volume shampoo from Kanebo she has been satisfied and loyal.

  5. 06.05.07, 15:12:31#5
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    I also change daily - always alternating with and without silicone. It seems to take good care of my hair and scalp, I have no problems with it and the hair loss I had 2 years ago has not come back either!

  6. 06.05.07, 17:43:00#6
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    I once read that you should switch between 3 different shampoos: a high quality, an inexpensive and a 2 in 1. So, I usually only use 2 different ones. I also only wash them every 3rd day as they are quite long and not greasy.
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  7. 06.05.07, 17:55:45#7
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    2 in 1 is the worst thing I've ever done to my hair.
    I had Garnier Fructis and after three washes my hair was dull, lackluster, and felt gross. Yuck!