It’s been a month since you got your first puppy and the time has come for a good wash!
If you’ve ever had to throw on a hat to cover up your greasy hair on a bad hair day, you aren’t alone.
When we head to the shampoo aisle, we’re completely flooded with choices.
Have you ever gotten into the shower, prepared to wash your body after a long day, only to find that you’ve run out of body wash?
Knowing how much shampoo to use is important, not only because it will make sure that your hair is well-cared for, but also to reduce product waste and plastic waste.
We’ve all been there. You get your hair dyed and you’re in love with the color.
When I was younger, I used to have hair all the way down my back.
Many shampoo bar users have a similar story to tell.
If you’ve been buying liquid shampoo for a long time, you’re most likely familiar with the phrase, “lather, rinse and repeat.”
For as long as I can remember, I have washed my hair with shampoo every time I shower, which is pretty much daily (I’ll admit there are occasional days I skip because I get tired and go to bed early).