Salon shampoo and conditioners are manufactured to stringent requirements and are generally of a higher calibre than supermarket shampoo brands. It is important to identify the individual and specific needs of each head of hair to ensure the user has the best salon shampoo and conditioner to suit them.
Cheap shampoo is based on a very cost effective “soap” base which cleans very efficiently, but with a high pH. The more alkaline a cleanser, the more damage it does by swelling the the hair shaft and opening the outer layer, creating tangles and knots. Soap has a high pH which strips the hair of its natural moisture. Salon shampoos are especially made with relatively low ph, that closes the cuticle and prevents breakage.
With our wide range of brands and variants, choosing the best professional shampoo and conditioner at Combined Hairdressing Supplies is easy.
How to choose the best shampoo and conditioner
To identify the best salon shampoo and conditioner simply determine your hair type and the current condition that needs to be treated. For example, you hair might thick and wavy but over-processed or it might fine and frizzy and requires frequent shampooing.
Which shampoo is best for my hair?
To determine the best cleanser for your hair, you need to identify its texture, volume and condition. Every salon manufacturer has a product to suit most conditions, however, like most topically applied products, some are more suited for the individual than others. We can assist you in finding the best professional shampoo and conditioner for you