3 Ingredient Combos You Should Never Put On Your Skin

You may liberally spritz your Dior perfume on your hair before heading out, but you could well be wasting your money – not to mention ruin the healthy pH balance of your scalp in the process, too.

First things first, perfumes contain high levels of alcohol, which can irritate the scalp and make it really dry, causing visible flaking and even dandruff. And it’s not just the scalp that perfume affects. You’ve just blow-dried your hair, used nourishing and moisturising products, only to douse it in alcohol-prominent perfume. Doing this every day causes damage and dryness to your gorgeous locks in the long-term. 

Founder of Not Another Salon, Sophia Hilton, confirms the effect perfumes have on your hair, “We don’t think twice about spaying our neck with perfume every day. But what we don’t think about is how high in alcohol it is and how 1/3 of it is actually being instantly absorbed, not by our skin, but by our hair! Even worse some girls even spray they hair directly, leading to a dryness they can just never put their finger on where its coming from. It’s worth thinking about, if you are in a dryness battle… just where exactly is my perfume going?”

Source : https://www.stylist.co.uk/beauty/perfume-hair-damage-dryness-hair-care-spray/214880

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3 Ingredient Combos You Should Never Put On Your Skin

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3 Ingredient Combos You Should Never Put On Your Skin