Hair Type Of Style: 3C Curly Coily
Face Shape of Hairstyle:
Hairstyle Density: Medium Density
Hair Textures: Fine
Hairstyle Age Under for:
Hair Height: Medium
Hair Weight: Average and Large
For Glasses: Suits with
Hair Style Time: 20-30 minutes
Products for Hairstyle: Mousse and Wax
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Water is the first ingredient listed on all products simply because it is the element of greatest quantity in all hair care products. The difference here is that some manufacturers do use purified or ionized water. This designation qualifies the liquid as free of minerals and other impurities that can build up on the hair. Water that has been purified is more suitable for blending with other substances, when the quantity of ingredients used is numerous. Unpurified water may contain enough iron, salt, chlorine, and fluoride that it renders some products almost worthless. Most manufacturers are aware of this so use of plain water is often limited to products that have a narrower list of ingredients.
Detergents are the cleansers of the hair and scalp. More often than not they are listed directly afer water in quantity utilized on the packaging. Among chemists the word detergent is ofen used interchangeably when referring to surfactants. A surfactant is a long molecule that attaches one end of itself to oil and dirt and the other end to water, prior to being rinsed from the scalp. As one might assume there are strong detergents as well as milder ones. Often times a weaker detergent is combined with a stronger one to yield variations for dry, normal, and oily scalps. Some shampoos may contain as many as seven differing surfactants to establish the product’s uniqueness and quality. The sudsing action that becomes visible when using these detergents is not directly related to their cleansing abilities. Some of the best surfactants produce few if any suds.
Listed below are some of the more common detergents or surfactants.
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate – Is one of the deeper cleansing high grade amonic surfactants.
Sodium Laureth Sulfate – Another of the amonic surfactants. Milder than lauryl sulftate. Most often used to offset harsher detergents.
Cocamide Dea – Mild detergent with antibacterial properties for sensitive scalps.
Other detergents found in this category are cocaidopropyl betaine, cocophodiacitate, ammonia lauryl sulfate, ammonia laureth sulfate, sodium cocoglercyl, and sodium lauryl sarcosinate. The coco’s being high in fatty acids and the sodium blends helpful in removing dandruff flakes. It is important to point out that the ammonia bases detergents are milder and therefore better for sensitive scalps, but some individuals don’t find them as effective at removing flakes on the scalp. So if you only lather up every two to three days it is best to use deeper cleansing detergents such as sodium lauryl sulfate.