65 thoughts on “>Sell product that takes away all the oils from your scalp. >Sell another product for you to add them back in

  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s fine if you don’t shampoo daily, or if you leave it in for less than 10 seconds like me.

    You don’t actually shampoo daily, right?

    • Anonymous says:

      I used to… Considering just going completely no poo now though. I noticed my hair looks better the longer I wait between washes.

    • Anonymous says:

      You don’t have to shampoo to begin with. Just hecking wash your hair with soap. Shampoo is no different from detergent. Soap is a lot milder.

        • Anonymous says:

          If you need "conditioner" after shampooing, then clearly shampoos aren’t good for your hair. When was the last time you needed to slather your body in "conditioner" (a bullshit product that doesn’t "condition" anything) after showering with soap, despite the keratin in the epidermis of your skin being a lot thinner than what you have in hair?

          Stop falling for marketing scams. You don’t need shampoo, much less "muh conditioner". Just wash your hair with regular mild soap every 2 or 3 days and let your scalp do all the "conditioning" it evolved to do. Half the reason why people are prematurely balding these days is from damaging their hair and scalp with these degenerate industrial grade chemicals.

    • Anonymous says:

      There’s this thing called water you know…

      What is the best shampoo and conditioner?

      Depends on your hair

      >Shower
      >Wash hair
      >Shampoo
      >Wash it off
      >Conditioner
      >Wash it off
      >End shower
      >Every
      >Single
      >Day
      Hair only starting to thin now in my mid 20s, but that’s been the routine thus far

      I don’t think balding has anything to do with how you wash your hair

    • Anonymous says:

      Water can’t clean dirt or oils

      Water absolutely can wash away dirt. No soap, no shampoo, no facewash, no bodywash, etc. Perfectly fine. Oils, however, will be more difficult to remove.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >Shower
    >Wash hair
    >Shampoo
    >Wash it off
    >Conditioner
    >Wash it off
    >End shower
    >Every
    >Single
    >Day
    Hair only starting to thin now in my mid 20s, but that’s been the routine thus far

    • Anonymous says:

      >Only starting to thin now.
      >20s
      I would kill myself immediately if my hair was thinning in my 30s even. Please stop shampooing that much. Thats even too much conditioner. Use some argan oil and you may be able to fix it.

      • Anonymous says:

        >I would kill myself immediately if my hair was thinning in my 30s even

        Dude you really need to find a reason to live other than having bangs

        • Anonymous says:

          Nice cope but the second your hairline starts receding or thinning, that is the moment you become undesirable to all women below the age of 40.

          Women aside because they don’t matter, you will never be promoted because you will never be respected. You can kiss any job progression goodbye if it involves leadership or management. You instantly become “that bald guy” or “that guy with shitty hair.”

  3. Anonymous says:

    people are idiots. i dump my head in the toilet after taking a shit every night, and my hair is fine. there can never be enough hair and poo threads on /fashion/, its a very lively and energetic topic and not a death knell of activity.

    • future says:

      you keep posting this. does it make you hair fall out or what’s the joke?
      is this taking the piss at men being willing to use everything else before doing dry shampoo?
      explain yourself.

      • Anonymous says:

        It’s supposed to help with hair loss but there’s no real evidence that it does. It’s just some plants with saponins to help cleanse the scalp

  4. future says:

    >Sell product that takes away all the oils from your scalp it’s supposed to do that. it cleans away all the dirt and pollutants whilst it’s at it.
    you know, for hygene purposes.
    >Sell another product for you to add them back in
    you don’t use haircare products on your scalp dumbass. if you do you need to wash again eariler. that’s the entire point.
    maybe don’t make fun of haircare if you don’t understand basics.

  5. Anonymous says:

    […]

    Stay away from brands at walmart and all brands that are for advertised for men and you are already in the green for the most part. Steer away from brands that advertise all the argan oil, tea tree oil, and sheabutter crap they put in theirs. Its always a negligible amount and doesn’t make a difference. Avoid sulfate, paraben, and silicone products. Sulfate shampoo should only be used if you use heavy oil based hair products.

    Redken and oway are very good brands. But its going to run you $60+ for a shampoo and conditioner combo from them.

    Odele and Verb are good brands that will only run you like $25 for a set. Shampoo once a week and conditioner 2-3x a week. By a hair oil or just pure argan oil cause thats the only one that makes a substantial difference, and use it after shampooing or conditioning on towel dried hair.

    • future says:

      >Shampoo once a week and conditioner 2-3x a week
      wait are you supposed to wash your hair without shampoo? i just wash every 5 days with shampoo and cpndion right after because that’s how often i need to
      i was unaware that just wetting your hair for conditioner was a thing.
      shouldn’t you avoid washing as long as your hair isn’t greasy to reduce hair damage that can be caused by washing and drying your hair?

        • future says:

          oh so that means conditioner washing.
          i assumed it meant you use 2 products, one to wash and one to ‘supplement the washing’ idk
          this and the other question make sense suddenly, thanks

      • Anonymous says:

        You should be washing everyday with warm water m8 unless you are using a grease pomade.

        Co-washing is good if you use products like clay that can be hard restyle in the morning if you only rinsed it with water.

        • future says:

          >You should be washing everyday with warm water m8
          yeah um, i’m not spending almost an hour a day washing and drying my hair. do you know how much of a hassle proper washing is? from having it air dry to avoid heat damage to adding hair oil and leave in conditioner this takes quiet some time

  6. Anonymous says:

    I always like when a no-poo person reveals themselves in real life as if everyone within smelling range is not already aware

  7. Anonymous says:

    I tried to avoid using shampoo for like 6 weeks, my scalp didn’t seem to produce grease at a slower rate and I couldn’t manage removing it mechanically. I later used non-sulfate shampoos, including shampoo bars, for like 2 years and it didn’t seem to change anything either and I kept having buildup and stuff from it, so I went back to sulfate shampoo.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Can you explain to me why some shampoos are advertised with added oils (coconut, argan etc) if shampoo is meant to wash away oil? What’s stopping it from binding to the oil in the product??

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