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Should You Change Shampoo & Conditioner Every Few Months?

Q) Should I Change Shampoo & Conditioner Every 2 Months?

Some people (read: me) change their shampoo practically every day. I'm hunting out the good from the bad and like to think I'm changing the world, one shampoo at a time. On the other hand, some people find a winning formula and there's no getting them to budge. But the people between, let's call them The Panickers, they're the ones who worry that they should be changing their shampoo and conditioner because Marge from next door told them so. Not that we don't all love Marge but I thought Barney Martin, being the Pantene Expert Stylist an' all was better equipped to answer us.

A) It’s best to rotate the use of your haircare products as your hair can get used to one if you use it all the time. If you have build up I suggest using a clarifying shampoo to refresh your hair. If your hair texture changes, you need to take that into consideration, too. For example, if you've recently coloured your hair or swim frequently you should use a deeper conditioning range to help lock in moisture.

Try Pantene Pro-V Clarifying Shampoo ($6.99), Aurora Rose Otto & Nettle Clarifying Shampoo ($36), Jurlique Arnica Mint Shampoo ($25), Pantene Pro-V Deep Fortifying Treatment ($6.99).

Stockists: Pantene Pro-V (1800 028 280)

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