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Why a Balancing Shampoo is Important

January 19, 2016
My hair is really thin and product tends to build up over the week so on a Sunday night I always like to use a balancing shampoo that's going to really clean my hair and prepare it for the week ahead and all the products that comes with. 

I've been using the Weleda Wheat Balancing Shampoo and it's supposed to mainly be a shampoo that helps to remove dandruff but I feel like it completely balances out my oily hair. This has a really liquidy consistency, and I find that I have to use a lot more product that I normally would to cover my whole head of hair. This was originally my mums but she absolutely hated it, she said that it made her super knotty and dry as well as being extremely hard to style. Where as my hair is extremely oily my mum doesn't suffer from that problem so I would say if you have dry hair or don't suffer from oiliness than this may not be the best shampoo for you. But for me this works great as it just stops my hair from getting so oily so quickly like it normally does. But as I want to keep the ends of my hair nice and soft it's essential to use a conditioner with this, I really like the pantene conditioners at the moment. On the note of conditioners I also tried out the Weleda Oat Replenishing Conditioner and I wasn't a fan of this at all. Again the consistency of this was really weird, it felt really dry and thick which I did't like. It didn't do much conditioning which disappointed me and just thought it didn't do the job at all. I used it a couple of times and every time I had to go in and use another conditioner over it to actually make my hair feel soft and smooth. Definitely not a fan. 
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