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Sometimes, statements about hair care are circulated without us knowing where they come from, and yet they are repeated until they become problematic. I aim to dispel all doubts and provide guidance on the best hair care practices.

1. Washing your hair every day causes hair loss. FALSE

Many people believe that washing their hair daily causes it to fall out because they find hair in the shower after washing. However, this is not true. On the contrary, keeping your hair clean and removing excess products and natural pollutants helps improve the health of your hair and scalp. It is important to wash your hair gently, as wet hair is fragile and prone to damage if handled roughly. Additionally, it is crucial to use shampoos suitable for each hair type, considering its condition (damaged, fine, dyed, with dandruff, etc.). If you are unsure about the condition of your hair, consult with an expert stylist who can guide you on your washing routine.

2. Applying a mask or moisturizing treatment daily instead of a conditioner will make your hair healthier. FALSE

The daily washing routine should include shampoo and conditioner, as this combination is ideal for frequent washing. The conditioner provides softness, shine, and hydration to the hair. Its lightweight consistency makes it easy to apply, and it should be left on for 1 to 3 minutes. It is important to apply it only from mid-length to ends, without touching the scalp. On the other hand, masks are recommended as a weekly or bi-weekly treatment, depending on how often you wash your hair. They provide deeper nourishment that helps repair and rebuild the hair fiber. It is essential to understand that it is not about replacing one with the other, but rather complementing them.

3. Frequent hair washing helps combat dandruff. TRUE

A clean scalp, using the appropriate shampoo, helps to eliminate flakes and sebum, reducing the action of fungi and bacteria, and improving seborrhea and dandruff. Therefore, it is advisable to wash your hair daily for better results. An important tip is to use the indicated shampoo and not alternate it with another. In the case of long hair, conditioner can be applied, but only from mid-length to ends, avoiding the scalp.


4. Tying your hair when it is still wet damages it. TRUE

It is important to be cautious when tying back wet hair, as it is more fragile and prone to breakage in this state. This is due to a temporary change in chemical bonds, making the hair more elastic and prone to breakage. It is recommended to wait until the hair is completely dry before tying it back. Additionally, it is advisable to change the location of the ponytail frequently to avoid exerting too much pressure on the same section of hair, and to use cotton elastic bands to prevent damage.

5. Not using shampoo, only conditioner. FALSE

Shampoo cleanses the hair, removing grease, accumulated products, dust, and environmental pollutants that can clog hair follicles and lead to hair loss in the long run. Therefore, shampoo ensures scalp hygiene. Conditioners, on the other hand, is designed to provide hydration and softness to the hair, not to cleanse it.

I hope this information helps clarify some doubts and allows you to better understand how to take care of your hair.

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