Each time a toxin is introduced to your body, it is carried by the blood around your veins, whereby it is deposited bit by bit throughout your body. One of the parts that suffer from this misfortune is the hair follicle, where the toxins get trapped permanently, or at least until you decide to cut your hair.
Your hair is more susceptible to environmental contamination, such as smoke, when it is wet. Also, hairs that have been treated with styling gel are more prone to such kinds of environmental contamination. Upon ingestion of the toxins, the blood then feeds your hair at its growth stage.
As the hair continues to grow, the toxins get trapped inside your hair follicle. At this point, you need to find a way of getting rid of these toxins before they are permanently trapped in your hair follicles.
There are several ways of detoxifying your hair follicles, most of which entail the use of hair care products. One of the remedies involves the use of a detoxifying and clarifying shampoo. I will tell you one thing upfront to avoid any surprises when you visit the stores, most of these detox hair shampoos are quite costly, retailing from around $6, to as much as over $70.
This is dependent on the detox hair shampoo brand you go for. I did the homework for you and found one commendable shampoo that is easily available and that can also be ordered online. Check out the following:
Get Clean Shampoo -$29.95
This shampoo has formed quite a reputation for removing all toxins in the hair. Be sure to shake the bottle before use, and then massage half of the bottle content into your scalp and towards the ends of your hair. Be sure that all your hair is covered by the shampoo, especially the back of your neck. Wear a shower cap and continue to massage your scalp periodically, while allowing the shampoo to rest on your head for 30 minutes.
The entire process should then be repeated with the remaining half bottle of the shampoo. Avoid rinsing the shampoo out before the hair sample has been obtained. It is usually effective for four to five hours before the bloodstream puts toxins back into your hair.
If your hair is longer, or perhaps thicker, like African-American hair, you will require more than one bottle of the Get Clean shampoo. Yes, after you are done detoxifying your hair follicle, you may use a hair dryer. If you leave the shampoo in, it will make your hair greasy, like you are wearing a hair styling gel. The positive side of this shampoo is that you can use any hair product with it, no limitations.