CLEANSE

Hong Kong Tatler - - Style -

When it comes to the ba­sics of wash­ing hair (how of­ten and with what), the mes­sages are mixed. Some women swear by twice a week, say­ing the re­duced heat styling keeps their hair in tip-top shape, but oth­ers lather and rinse far more fre­quently. “Your hair goes to all the same places and at­tracts all the same pol­lu­tants as your face,” says Kings­ley. “It only makes sense then that it should de­mand the same daily care.” And as an ex­ten­sion of the skin on your face, your scalp de­serves the same at­ten­tion. If you’re prone to over­ac­tive se­ba­ceous glands, it’s likely your scalp also pro­duces ex­cess oil and re­quires more reg­u­lar wash­ing. Look for a gen­tle sham­poo con­tain­ing sal­i­cylic acid, such as La Roche-posay Kerium Sham­poo, which blends the ex­fo­li­at­ing in­gre­di­ent with the brand’s renowned ther­mal spring wa­ter for added sooth­ing. If dry, de­hy­drated or re­ac­tive skin is your key com­plaint, you’ll re­quire a nour­ish­ing cleanser with added humec­tants. Lather up with Liz Earle Botan­i­cal Shine Sham­poo. Its nat­u­rally de­rived cleansers work along­side ex­tracts of ap­ple, or­ange and shea but­ter to clean, hy­drate and soften with­out strip­ping.

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