We believe the amount we wash our hair needs to change seasonally. For us Summer requires a washing cycle of 2-3 times per week to cleanse the scalp thoroughly from excess oils where as the dryer months of Winter require more moisture needed throughout the scalp and hair. We can usually push out our washing to 1-2 times per week during this season.
The frequency with which you should wash your hair depends on various factors, such as your hair type, scalp health, lifestyle, and personal preference.
Washing your hair too frequently can strip it of its natural oils, leading to dryness, breakage, and other hair problems. On the other hand, not washing it often enough can lead to buildup of dirt, oil, and product residues, making your hair look greasy and limp.
If you have an oily scalp or engage in activities that make you sweat excessively, you may need to wash your hair more frequently to keep it clean and fresh. Conversely, if you have dry or curly hair, washing it less often can help retain its natural oils and prevent frizz.
Ultimately, finding the right balance of hair washing frequency may require some experimentation and adjustments based on your hair's response. It’s also important to note that mixing up your shampoo and conditioner each wash allows you to give your hair what it needs. Don’t be afraid to bring in a clarifying system one week and switch to a nourishing system the next! Our hair and scalp conditions continuously change, pay attention to these changes and adapt accordingly.