Conditioner is better

Child, Girl, Face, View, Wet, Wash Hair

Why would you bypass shampoo and only use conditioner? It’s been trending around for awhile now, and so far it has not gone away. Is the conditioner-only wash for you?
Shampoo – even gentle shampoo – contains chemicals that dry out your hair. Shampoo cleans the unwanted dirt and oil out of your hair, but additionally, it strips your hair of those oils that it needs. That means that your hair becomes dried out and your scalp works overtime trying to produce more oils to compensate for the ones which are missing.
The idea behind conditioner-only washing is that you remove those chemicals that strip your hair and just add moisture. Total elimination of shampoo doesn’t work for everybody, but it does work for some people. Here are some steps and options for cutting back on the’poo.
First, do not go off shampoo cold turkey. Start by not using shampoo a couple of times a week and just washing conditioner. You might also try not washing your hair every day if you do so.
When you wash conditioner only, you can either wash your hair with just water and then follow this up with conditioner as usual, or you can scrub your hair with conditioner and follow it up with moisturizing conditioner.
When you wash your hair with conditioner, begin with a wet head. Use a lot of conditioner. You will want to wash your scalp with your palms probably harder than you would with shampoo, since there’s no lather that will help you along.
Be certain that you rinse very thoroughly. Conditioner can build up in your hair and attract more dirt if you don’t make sure to receive your hair very clean.
If you will need to shampoo once a week or so to really get a deep clean, it should not mess up your objectives. This is common with this sort of cleaning.
This probably is not for everybody, but for individuals with damaged and dry hair (especially anyone who regularly uses heat styling) it can really help to restore your hair to something softer and healthier.