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How can I re-moisturize the roots of my hair?
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Dr. Karen Han
Dermatology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Hair Conditioner
Each time we wash or treat our hair (eg.
Color, permanent, etc), we are stripping our hair of the natural protective oils. Hair conditioner generally contain dimethicone or related compounds that coat the hair shaft to "condition" the hair. However, this gets washed off the next time you shampoo, so reapply conditioner after each shampoo is important.

In brief: Hair Conditioner
Each time we wash or treat our hair (eg.
Color, permanent, etc), we are stripping our hair of the natural protective oils. Hair conditioner generally contain dimethicone or related compounds that coat the hair shaft to "condition" the hair. However, this gets washed off the next time you shampoo, so reapply conditioner after each shampoo is important.
Dr. Karen Han
Dr. Karen Han
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Dr. Vicki Levine
Dermatology
In brief: Probably or ready R
Unless you have damage your hair with excessive blow drying, coloring or straightening the roots of your hair tend to b moisturied naturally.
It is the ends of your hair at 10 to get dry.

In brief: Probably or ready R
Unless you have damage your hair with excessive blow drying, coloring or straightening the roots of your hair tend to b moisturied naturally.
It is the ends of your hair at 10 to get dry.
Dr. Vicki Levine
Dr. Vicki Levine
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