Is it all rite to wash hair everyday after a heavy work out in the morning?
If hair gets sweaty after a heavy work out every morning, is it all rite to shampoo and condition it ever day? Will it effect in adverse way in the healthy growth of the hair?
You need to use a mild shampoo and conditioner and then once a month maybe use a intense conditioner, I used to swim everyday and you can't help getting your hair wet there! Mild shampoo won't strip you hair of the oils it needs but will still clean it. Hope this helps
It is not good to wash your hair daily with shampoo as it makes the hair rough and sometimes dry too. Go for alternate days
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