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Introducing Aveeno Hair, with each shampoo and conditioner perfectly blended with Aveeno’s signature oat formula and natural, wholesome ingredients all to help soothe your scalp and nourish your strands. So whether you’ve got fine, dry, frizzy or colour-treated hair, there’s an Aveeno Hair product waiting here for you.
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Are Aveeno products tested on animals?
Aveeno products are not tested on animals except in the few countries that legally require animal testing.
Animal testing for cosmetics is currently banned in the UK and across Europe.
Can shampoo cause hair loss?
If you’re suffering from hair loss, it’s unlikely that your shampoo is causing it.
You may be noticing that your hair falls out when you’re in the shower, but that’s usually nothing to worry about as we all naturally lose around 50-100 hairs a day.
When you wash your hair, it will shift the hair that has already become detached.
If you leave your hair a while before your next shampoo, the strands that have become loose are waiting to be removed by washing - the more days you leave it, the more hairs you’ll see.
If your hair loss is significant, it’s more likely to be caused by ageing or a medical issue such as stress, illness or certain medications.
How often should I use leave-in conditioner?
Leave-in conditioner is a great way to lock in extra moisture if you’re dealing with dry or damaged hair.
To avoid a build-up of product in your hair, you should try to limit your use of leave-in conditioner to once or twice a week.
How often should you shower?
You may think that showering or bathing each day is a good, healthy habit - but it’s not doing your skin any favours.
Excess showering can strip your skin of its natural oils, causing dryness and flakiness.
It’s recommended that you should shower between 2 - 3 times per week, but of course, this isn’t a one-size-fits-all scenario.
If your work consists of manual labour, you might find that you become sweatier and dirtier compared to an office worker, so you’ll need to shower more.