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Caring for dry or damaged hair
Dry hair can be quite frizzy and flyaway. You might suffer from split ends and your hair might break easier. On the plus side, you can probably go a couple of days or more without washing it. You may want to switch to a gentler shampoo and try leaving your conditioner on for longer, or treating your hair to a regular homemade hair mask.
Solution: Faith in Nature Coconut Shampoo and Conditioner
Shampoo for coloured and chemically-treated hair
Chemically treated hair (for example hair that’s been dyed or permed), might need a bit more TLC and tends to be quite dry. It usually benefits from a gentle, fragrance-free shampoo, and an extra nourishing conditioner.
Solution: Wild Rose Shampoo and Conditioner
Treating oily hair
Hair can feel greasy for a number of reasons. It could be that you’re not rinsing your conditioner out enough, or that you play with your hair frequently so keep transferring the oil from your hands to your hair. However, if you always feel that you need to wash your hair everyday to avoid it becoming greasy or lank then you probably have oily hair. Hair itself isn’t oily; it’s more that the skin on your head is prone to being oily, and then that oil spreads to your hair. Beware of harsh high-street shampoos, which can irritate the scalp and lead to more problems, such as dandruff.
Solution: Lemon and Tea Tree Shampoo and Conditioner
What is ‘normal’ hair?
‘Normal’ hair is basically hair that doesn’t fit in any of the other boxes! It’s not particularly dry or particularly oily and it’s not chemically-treated or prone to dandruff. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t need some TLC once in a while though.
Try Faith in Nature Lavender and Geranium Shampoo and Conditioner to keep your hair in balance.
Choosing the right shampoo and conditioner
At Faith in Nature, we try to make choosing the right shampoo for your hair as simple as possible. When you click on Hair Care in our online shop, you’ll see a drop down box over on the left hand side of the page that says ‘Hair concern’. Tick the box that most fits your hair type to see the products that are right for you. We also recommend reading customer reviews to help make the choice even easier.