Most stylists and scientists are joining the anti-shampoo movement which involves throwing or minimal use of shampoo as a means to wash your hair.
Many hair stylists say the hair should not be washed with shampoo, because the large number of commercial products use sulfate which removes fat from the skin and the hair, and make hair fragile and susceptible to damage.
Washing the hair without shampoo or also known as “No poo method” increasingly gains momentum, because it is based on a simple premise, that shampoo regardless of its origin which is more damage to the hair than it have useful benefits.
It is best to use alternatives such as baking soda, lemon juice, vinegar, or even just water. But what are the consequences of that choice and whether these ways suit every hair type?
It is said that 20 and 30 year olds can freely opt for natural treatments for hair, because their hair does not require additional attention, but this is not an acceptable choice for women in menopause.
Menopause changes the amount of hormones that are released in the blood and alters the balance of the body and require extra hair care.