It eliminates overproduction of grease between washes and contributes volume and texture to the hair. But in excess, it can clog the scalp and threaten the capillary health. The important thing is the components of the producer and not abuse it.
In recent years you have lost your fear of this product. It has gone from being an emergency solution to running into new features. Among them, to fix the bangs without having to wash all the hair or to give texture to the hair, that ambiguous concept that goes from bringing an extra of volume to make it appear something dirty and entangled in the style of Britney Spears. As each time is used more detractors warn of its potential damages: degradation of the color, asphyxia of the scalp and even alopecia.
Some people believe that conventional shampoo damages the hair fiber and they prefer to use dry cleaning as much as possible. Are they wrong? It depends on the washing product. The latest generation has high technology to protect hair and more natural ingredients to prevent it from being harmful. However, the thermal styling instruments (irons, hair driers, curlers) are still quite lethal for the hair fiber.
Is there a limit of times a week to get dry shampoo?
It can be used several days in a row, even several times in a day. Everything will depend on the composition and how innocuous their ingredients are. A non-aerosol formula with 99.8% of natural origin (with yucca and oats) is suitable even for a sensitive scalp.
Dry shampoos allow you to space the washes, thus keeping the color of the dye longer. Another thing is that the hair shines more than the sun, rather it is usually the opposite. Dry washing is not believed to degrade color as is the case with water-based products, but they do not cease to powder that sits on the hair and ends up giving it a dull, dull and even whitish appearance. It is the ‘texture’ effect so fashionable between singers and celebrities.
When used too much this type of shampoo can cause an accumulation of product in the scalp that can block the pores, which can lead to the appearance of pimples, and in more extreme cases cysts. Also, think that blocked pores can also cause hair growth problems.