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    Posted: September 09 2009 at 3:34am
i do gym daily, so my becomes wet due to sweat , so i wash my hair with water daily.my hair is dry.alternate days i will apply oil at night and morning i wash hair with shikakai. is it good to wash my hair with water daily and alternate days apply oil to hair and wash with shikakai next day.and are there any tips to make hair silky
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Washing your hair every day will definitely dry it out.  You have a variety of options ranging from the following:

1.  Using a dry shampoo to remove oil from the fringe areas or hairlines areas.
2.  Using water only and doing a rinse out conditioner.
3.  Using a diluted shampoo formulation which will be less drying.
4.  Using rinse-out conditioner as your cleanser rather than using shampoo.

The best thing to do is experiment with a number of options to see what works best for you and your hair.

Good luck.


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Using a dry shampoo to remove oil from the fringe areas or hairlines areas.
2. Using water only and doing a rinse out conditioner.
3. Using a diluted shampoo formulation which will be less drying.
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I agree.  Water is a great washing agent.  It sounds like nothing happens.  But, water can lift excess sweat, "subem," off your hair.  And, these essencials, the same stuf,f can keep your hair extrememly healthy.
 
Make sure you rinse your hair with luke warm water.  I can't express enough on the right temperature.  Shower water is conditioned to your skin temperature and it's too HOT.  What happens is the hair strands open up, the scales expand.  The moisture and the oils leave, and, dry hair and split ends happen.  If you shower after your workout make sure the water rinsing your hair is luke warm.
 
Problem with that.  You will feel cold.  Unless you rinse your hair first, then shower with your hair up.  Then, it drips on you... cold hair.  You feel cold.
 
Many women rinse there hair in a sink.  It's inconvienent.  But, great for your hair.
 
Shower with your hair up so it doesn't rinse in HOT water.  Then, after your shower, rinse your hair in a sink with luke warm water for many minutes.
 
The number one rule for any one with long hair.  Use LUKE WARM water.  Never hot water on your hair.  You will kill it.  So... a special temperature is needed... luke warm water.  Never use HOT.  You will kill your hair!
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Frequency of washing doesnt harm hair. Wash it as often as you like, although the recommendation is three times a week. The right shampoo for your hair type and texture will actually add moisture, body and beauty to your hair.Dont waste your shampoo! A dollop of shampoo, about the size of a quarter is usually enough for long hair. Very long hair may take a little more.
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Wonderful tutorial!

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Yes you can wash your hair with water daily; water isnt the problem unless you live in an area where there is hard water.

What strips your hair and makes it dry are the sulphates and detergents in shampoos which help clean all the build up and oil out of your hair.

 

What you can do is wash with a conditioner instead of using a shampoo, you can rinse your hair with water and then use a very moisture rich conditioner in your hair for a few minutes while you shower and then rinse it out. After you come out of the shower you can use a leave in conditioning treatment to help with dryness. I really like the Aveeno leave in conditioning treatment.

 

It is good that you are using oils in your hair that will help with keep your hair healthy.

 

You can also opt for a sulphate and paraben free shampoo if you want to really get a good clean after your workouts. They have a lot of them on the market now and they are not as harsh and as drying to the hair.

 

For softer, shinier hair I find one of the best things you can do for your hair is do deep conditioning treatments once per week or once every two weeks. Get a very rich conditioner for dry damaged hair; these usually add a lot of moisture back into the hair. You can also try a hair masque which will do similar things.

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Very useful information. Thank you for sharing it.             Thanks
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You may be washing your hair more often than you need to.

"I hear so many people obsess about shampooing their hair every day," says Nick Arrojo, owner of New York's Arrojo Studio and former stylist on TLC's reality makeover show What Not to Wear. "They get freaked out because they think anything less will result in dirty, smelly hair. But shampooing three or four times a week is plenty."

Ultimately, how often you shampoo is a matter of personal preference. "It really depends on the scalp and hair type and what you do to the hair," says Paradi Mirmirani, MD, a Vallejo, Calif., dermatologist and specialist in hair research.

Chances are you can stand to lather up a little less.

Shampoo Daily?

Dermatologists and stylists agree that there's little reason to shampoo every day.

"Hair is a fiber," Mirmirani says. "Think of a wool fiber: The more you wash it, the worse it's going to look. There's no need to wash your hair every day either."

The longer, thicker, curlier, and more processed your hair, the longer it can go between washes.

"This is because the oils from the scalp do not travel down the hair shaft as quickly, so the hair tends to be dry and requires less frequent shampooing," says Heather Woolery-Lloyd, MD, director of ethnic skin care at the University of Miami.  

Even most unprocessed, short, thin, straight hair can skip a day.

Daily shampooing is only necessary if oil production on the scalp is high, Zoe Draelos, MD, writes in the International Journal of Trichology.

Arrojo says that the only reason to shampoo daily would be for the fragrance. And if you must, he says, you should use a lightweight shampoo.

Lightweight shampoos, also labeled "everyday shampoos," contain milder detergents than others.

Every Few Days?

Laura Saunders, a stay-at-home mom in Raleigh, N.C., has straight hair. "It gets oily fast," she says. "I only wash it every other day, and I put some baby powder on it if I need to absorb some of the oil on the other days," she says.

Arrojo says that powders and dry shampoos do work for absorbing oils between washes. "One trick is to use talcum powder in the hair in lieu of shampoo," he says. 

The powders shouldn't replace shampoo all together, Woolery-Lloyd says.

Many women shampoo their hair less often than Saunders. Melissa Capasso, an artist in Brooklyn, N.Y., shampoos her long, thick curls once a week. "If I shampoo more than that, my hair dries out, it loses its natural curl, and it gets frizzy and unmanageable."

Capasso relies on daily conditioning and scalp massage to break up oils, loosen dirt, and keep her hair manageable between shampoos. And try not to leave your hair wet for  a long time and use a hair dryer to dry it fast.



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