“Good hair days make me feel like I can rule the world..”
Hot vs. cold water

Jeg elsker lange og MEGET varme bade! 🙂 Det er dog ikke så sundt for håret. Derfor slutter jeg altid af med, at skylle mit hår igennem i lunkent/koldt vand.

Men hvad gør det varme vand egentlig ved håret og i forhold til det kolde vand?

Så derfor anbefales det, at bruge varmt/lunkent vand (ikke kogende – som jeg godt kan lide det;) ). Det varme vand gør at skidt og produkt rester bliver vasket ordentlig ud af håret. Det samme gælder med conditioner.
Ved at holde temperaturen lidt nede, minimere man nemlig risikoen for at skade håret.

Afslut badet med at skylle håret igennem med koldt vand. Det gør at du forsegler håret og beskytter det mod krus og skidt. Jeg kan dog anbefale at vælge en kold temperatur der er til at holde ud 😉


“Good hair days make me feel like I can rule the world..”
Hot vs. cold water

I love a long and VERY hot bath! 🙂 However, it is not too good for your hair. That is why I always finish my bath by rinsing my hair with cold/lukewarm water.

But how does the warm water affect our hair compared with the cold water?

See the result above ↑

And that is why it is recommended to use hot/lukewarm water (not boiling water – as I like it 😉 ) The warm water removes dirt and products from the hair. The same goes with the conditioner.
By keeping the temperature slightly down, you minimize the possible risk of damage to the hair.
Finish the bath by rinsing the hair with cold water. It seals the hair and protects it from frizz and dirt.
I do recommend choosing a cold temperature that is not to freezing 😉