Q. Is it just for moms?
A. No! It's suitable for anyone looking for a chemical-free shampoo, reversing the damage caused to hair by chemicals, styling products and pollution.
Q. Is it safe for everyone?
- Yes. The Natural Damage Repair Shampoo is very mild and is safe to use during Pregnancy, Postpartum, Breastfeeding.
Q. My hair fall is caused by a medical condition. Will this shampoo reduce hair fall?
- Our chemical-free shampoo will be able to reduce the impact of your regular chemical-based products so you should see a difference. However, it won't be able to help with fall caused directly by a medical condition.
Q. Is your shampoo Paraben and Sulphate Free?
- Yes, it is.
Q. Can Keratin Shampoo straighten my hair?
- No, the only way to straighten the hair is through heat or chemicals that break the hair’s inner disulfide bond. Keratin treatments contain large amounts of formaldehyde that can change the disulphide bonds.
Q. Should I use conditioner after using the shampoo?
- Yes, you should apply the conditioner after washing your hair with Natural Damage Repair Hair Shampoo
Q. Why is it advised to rinse the conditioner with cool water?
- Rinsing with cool water protects the inner layers of your hair while hot water opens up the hair cuticle.
Q. Why should I use a mask?
- Hair masks offer deeper conditioning than traditional conditioners along with other added benefits.
Q. Do I use the mask before or after the shampoo?
Use the mask on shampooed, clean hair so the protein can easily come in contact with the hair.
Q. What's the difference between hair conditioner and hair mask?
A hair conditioner makes the hair strands soft and manageable (conditioned). A hair mask goes deeper than that, and also deeply hydrates the hair strands, besides performing a conditioning job.
When should I use hair conditioner and when should I use a hair mask?
A conditioner is for regular use, while a hair mask is ideally used once a week.
Can I use a hair mask for every wash?
Given how rich masks tend to be, use it to once or twice a week.