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3 Things Your Hairdresser Wants You to Know About Hard Water Hair

Did you know the beginning of personal hygiene dates back to prehistoric times? In fact, the earliest humans understood that water, from the lakes and rivers they lived near, had the ability to clean things, or at least rinse mud off their hands. Realizing they needed more than just water to truly clean themselves, people began making soap as early as 2800 B.C. With the creation of soap came the problems we still face today, soap scum. It’s a problem that dates back nearly 5,000 years.

Although you use soap to clean your hands and body today, you likely don’t use it to clean your hair. But even the best quality shampoo can leave your hair feeling brittle and damaged if you use hard water. So, how do you clean your hair without damaging it or leaving buildup?

Here are three things your hairdresser wants you to know about hard water hair.

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The Science of H2O: What is Hard Water?

You've no doubt heard of hard water and what it can do to your plumbing, skin, and clothing. But if you’re like most people, you probably don’t know the science behind it. What is hard water, anyway? Why is it problematic?

Here are the hard facts about hard water.

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