8 Newest Shampoos In The Beauty Realm For Different Hair Types

Your mane has a personality of its own, so get a shampoo that best suits it

It is important to know your hair and scalp type before deciding on a correct shampoo, because using the wrong type may possibly cause detrimental effects to your tresses. Imagine using a shampoo meant for dry scalp on an oily scalp! That could lead to the clogging of hair follicles, and eventually, hair fall! Yikes! If you are unsure of your hair and scalp type, just head down to any hair salons to get your crown diagnosed by the hair professionals.

If you already know your hair and scalp types, or just simply curious about the newest hair potions in the market, then you are in luck! We rounded up eight of such haircare products and even taken the liberty to tell you which one best suits which hair type.

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8. Moist Diane extra Fresh & Hydrate, $16,90

Moist Diane shampoos are no stranger to us. This silicone-free, oil-based shampoo from Japan has graced our shores since the year 2014, and are known for their sweet scent, charming packaging, and the use of organic Argan oil as a cleansing agent.

The newly formulated Fresh & Hydrate series targets oily scalp and damaged hair ends. How? The organic Argan oil removes sebum and dirt from the scalp without stripping away the hair’s natural moisture, unlike common sulfate-based shampoos that are doing the exact opposite and may also irritate the scalp in the process. Herbs with antibacterial and healing properties like Rosemary, Tea Tree, and Peppermint helps to sooth the scalp by relieving scalp irritation, keeping sebum odour at bay, and providing lasting oil control. The formula also contains Feather Keratin, and as the name suggests, keeps the hair airy and light while hydrating and repairing dry and damaged ends.

Good for: Oily scalp

Available online and at stores in Watsons, and FairPrice

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