Choosing the right shampoo and conditioner can be confusing. With so many different brands offering various products, knowing what’s suitable for your hair type can be challenging.

Although it might seem like an easy task to complete, you are choosing the right shampoo and conditioner can make all the difference in your hair’s health and appearance.

Luckily, we’ve put together a list of helpful tips to help you choose the best combination for growth and healthy-looking hair.

1. choosing shampoo and conditioner for hair growth, you should consider your hair type to determine the shampoo. Different people have different types of hair. Oily, dry, dull or normal, thin or thick, and long or short are some examples to distinguish your hair type.

2. Ideal shampoo for dry hair is shampooed with moisturizing ingredients like argan oil, keratin protein, and cocoa butter, among others. normal-to-dry skin can also benefit from shampoos with silicone hydration emulsion ingredient systems like PEG/PPG, which provide moisture balance to the scalp and maintain moisture in the hairs between washes

3. Oily hair people should not apply too much shampoo on their heads because it can worsen their problem because they already have excess secretion of sebum.

4. You can use shampoos with ZPT (zinc pyrithione) ingredients which prevent dandruff and normalize the scalp’s oil glands secretion balance to treat oily hair problems.

5. Shampooing your hair too often causes unnecessary strips of natural oils that protect moisturizing conditioners moisturizing keratin protein, or damage to the hair cuticles that seal moisture into the hair shaft, making it dry and frizzy, so try shampooing every other day at most. 

6. If you have dry or damaged hair, you should avoid using a clarifying shampoo. They tend to strip the color from your dyed strands and aggravate the problem further by removing necessary oils from your head and damaging the cuticles.

7. moisturizing shampoo with moisturizing ingredients like Shea butter, cocoa butter, or coconut oil can nourish dry scalp and hair as well as protection from environmental pollution at the same time.

8. you should avoid using a shampoo intended for normal hair if your hair is oily because it will have too many chemicals that strip off excess sebum from the scalp and cause over secretion of sebum which results in an oily feel to your head after a day or so.

9. Look for a volumizing shampoo that has proteins and amino acids present in them to give volume to flat, thin-looking hair by making it appear thicker and full-bodied

10. A clear shampoo removes product buildup from the hair. Still, if you use clarifying shampoo every time you shampoo your hair, it will remove all the beneficial ingredients present in conditioners.

11. You can make an apple cider vinegar solution to clear up product buildups caused by excessive hairsprays, mousse, or gels which provides excellent volume for any hair type.

12. Shampoo with gentle surfactant is always suggested as they are more understanding and doesn’t irritate or harm the scalp’s natural oil balance no matter what kind of hair type you have.

13. When using a moisturizing shampoo, look for one with humectants like vegetable glycerin, panthenol, honey extract, among others which help the cuticles absorb moisture from water more efficiently

14. Shampoos with silk protein help keep the hair smooth, soft, and shiny without weighing it down by adding weight or stickiness to your strands.

15. You should try to use a color-protecting shampoo with UV filters that are gentle on colored hair, but harsh sulfates strip away your color’s depth and vibrancy over time.

16. for the oily-to-normal scalp, people who also have an oily root problem can benefit from using shampoos that contain zinc pyrithione as they reduce the greasy look of the roots caused by sebum secretion, helping you go longer between washes

17. please avoid using any product immediately after dyeing your hair. They tend to be more harmful than beneficial, so use them only after a week because the cuticles are open and more vulnerable to damage.

18. you can benefit from shampoos and conditioners that contain silicone-like dimethicone, which provides fantastic shine, suppleness, and softness to your hair while keeping them moisturized at the same time without weighing them down.

19. if you have colored hair, avoid using shampoos and conditioners with sulfates as they strip away all the color pigments present in the hair shafts creating dull-looking strands no matter how costly or high quality they are.

20. People with dry and frizzy hair who benefit from conditioning ingredients like panthenol, fatty alcohols, and glycerin, among others, can benefit from shampoos containing them in moderate amounts rather than heavy ones.

21. Avoid using volumizing shampoos and conditioners on thin-looking hair as they tend to be too heavy, adding unnecessary weight, which ends up making your strands look lifeless and flat in the long run.

22. Buy a shampoo with strengthening ingredients like wheat protein and keratin because they help fortify the hair cuticles, making them appear smoother, lustrous, and more manageable.

23. If you suffer from dandruff problems, avoid using any product immediately after washing your hair. It will only aggravate the condition further, so wait for at least an hour before applying anything on your mane.

24. using a shampoo with anti-dandruff ingredients like selenium sulfide, ketoconazole among others, is not just helpful in controlling flaking and itching of the scalp but also helps you go longer between washes as they reduce oil secretion for people who have dry hair or scalp can benefit from shampoos with silicones and moisturizing ingredients like fatty alcohols and glycerin added to them.

25. Stay away from any hair care products with alcohol present in them as it is very harsh on your hair strands no matter what type they are and how beneficial it claims to be for your hair.