So, whether you have dry hair, frizzy hair, or dandruff, nothing is more significant than the oils produced by your own body. A large number of items are available on our shelves. None of them can match the effectiveness of your own natural oils. Consequently, there are more than ten activities that a person might be doing in their daily routine when in the shower, and a lot of people believe that water, even simply plain water, is harmless, but this is not true. As a result, we've broken it down. We've turned it into a science, and we've devised a system that will work for everybody, regardless of how dry their hair is, how frizzy it is, or how much dandruff they may have.
The longest period of time spent with your head submerged is the most significant contributor. If you wet your hair at the beginning of the shower and then take a 10-minute shower, that implies your head has been submerged for a total of 10 minutes. So, you've decided to hold off. It's critical to wait until the end of the shower before getting your hair wet, because every drop of water that drips off your hair carries away oils with it.
So, the first thing we do when we have customers in our seats, we ask them how long they keep their heads underwater for. And we give time increments of 1 minute, 5 minutes, or 10 minutes. The majority of our customers complain of having dry, frizzy hair. They'll tell us anything from 5 to 10 minutes, which is anything between 4 and 9 minutes too long in our opinion. When someone takes more than one (1) shower per day, the 4 or 9 minutes can add up to between 8 and 18 minutes each day in excess. So, it is recommended that you spend no more than 1 minute per day.
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