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  • Ana Tiwathia

A Case for Clean Hair

Hint: using high-quality ojon oil beauty products helps!

A case for clean hair Hint: using high-quality ojon oil beauty products helps!

Okay, we know less washing is better. But going seven days without a shampoo is not for everyone. For those of us with fine, limp hair, things can start to look greasy and flat as soon as day two. Especially during the warmer months. If you fall into that category and don’t want to wear a hat for half the week, is it okay to wash more frequently?

 

The answer is, yes. Shampooing has gotten a bad rep because most shampoos, well, suck. If you’re using a shampoo with sulfates that is not pH balanced you’re leaving residue on your strands that builds up and will eventually damage your hair. If you are a frequent ‘poo-er, make sure you’re using a high quality shampoo made from natural ingredients that includes a rejuvenating moisture element like ojon oil. T’zikal’s Deep Hydrating Shampoo is a great option as it harnesses the power of ojon oil for hair in a formula that is nourishing and delivers shine without weighing fine hair down.

 

In addition, these simple tips will help fine haired folks get the most out of wash cycles:

 

  • Go easy on styling products. They leave residue that can weigh fine hair down.
  • Shampoo is for your scalp, not your hair. As satisfying as an all-consuming lather can be, relegate the scrubbing to your roots.
  • Don’t skip conditioner. Fine hair dries out easily, so always use a moisturizing conditioner on the shaft and tips of the hair. T’zikal’s Deep Moisturizing Conditioning Cream with ojon oil is known for delivering intense hydration to dry, damaged hair.
  • Fine hair is prone to flyaways, so keep an oil spray like T’zikal’s Shine Rich Dry Oil Mist on hand to smooth down errant strands.

 

The bottom line? If you’re washing regularly, make sure you’re using the right products. Shop the T’zikal’s ojon oil beauty collection here.

 

How often do you wash your hair? Join the conversation on Facebook for a chance to win a T’zikal shampoo and conditioner sample set.

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