Wen; Use common sense when washing and styling your hair and change up no matter what you use.
Most people do not realize that soap as we know it came from the American Indians which do not use it every day.I makes sence if you are using a conditioner as shampoo and only use one product and you are not rincing it completly rinceing it completly that you are cloging the hair follicle AKA the pore where the hair grows from.
If you hair is braking it must be do to other processing such as blow drying, hot combs, hair color, age and lact of nutrition. People will loose several hundread strands of hair a day depending on your genetics and color as every Cosmotology School teaches. You should always diversify your hair products along with what you put on your skin. One leave in or on cosmetic is like contact lenses, if your eyes are irritated you should take them out immediately.
You should always look for expiration dates on everything as it is there for a reason. Common sence people! There is nothing wrong with allowing your conditioner sit on your head for the time it takes to wash your face and brush your teeth as your hair can only absorb so much. The health dose come from within and hair and skin vitamins and avoiding High PH shampoo (lots of suds and makes you hair squeek after rinceing) is opening your hair shaft and will allow the conditioner in.
If you use a hot comb or blowdryer that is too hot for your hand it is probably too hot for your hair and your hair can break off in sections and scortch your scalp. As a famous hairdresser used to say ( use your fingers between the heat and your scalp and if your hand gets too hot you are heating your hair to high ). You should never heat your hair past damp.
Never use a comb or brush that scratches your scalp though you should stimulate your scalp and unclog pores with your fingertips and not your nails.Shake your head darling and if you see fall out you are doing something wrong.
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