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  • Do you cowash your hair with warm or cool water?

    I am having a hard time deciding how to cowash my hair properly. Do you use cool or warm water to cowash hair? I find that if I use cool water, I get more hair shedding in the drain... Not sure, how do you all cowash your hair? I am using the Devacurl Decadence No Poo Cleanser.

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    currently i am using lukewater (cool temp) becuz i heard it is better than cold/hot that help cleanse scalp better with dirty. Cold is only better for closing up cuticle that shiny . Warm is like hot to hair, it is fragile

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    • #3
      Anyone else?

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      • #4
        i use lukewarm water. cold water is too chilly, especially in this cold canadian winter
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        • #5
          Originally posted by caomei View Post
          i use lukewarm water. cold water is too chilly, especially in this cold canadian winter
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          Thanks I get no excessive hair shedding when I use lukewarm water during cowashing as I did with cool water.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Happynessky View Post
            Anyone else?
            I am simply using a mixture of hot and cold water, not so hot and not so cold. That's best for my hair and I think so it won't affect that much to hair health.

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            • #7
              Don't use hot water for hair wash , it will harm your hair & give also scalp problems.
              Always wash hair with cold water , But in winter use luke warm water because full cold water can give you another health problem like cold & cough.

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