The holy grail of haircare – shampoo not only keeps your hair clean and shiny, but it also removes oils and impurities, removes excess build-up and styling product and keeps it looking and feeling healthy. Shop our range of shampoos for every hair type – whether your hair is very thin, thick, curly, straight, needs volume or lacks moisture. Lather up and get ready to shine!
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- Eucerin DermoCapillaire Calming Urea Shampoo 250mlSpecial Price £8.80 Regular Price £11.00
- Mustela Stelatopia Foam Shampoo 150mlSpecial Price £10.00 Regular Price £12.50
- Mustela Gentle Shampoo 500mlSpecial Price £9.56 Regular Price £11.95
- Vichy Dercos Oil Control Shampoo 200mlSpecial Price £8.08 Regular Price £9.50
- Vichy Dercos Anti-Dandruff Shampoo for Dry to Normal Hair 200mlSpecial Price £8.08 Regular Price £9.50
- Vichy Dercos Anti-Dandruff Shampoo for Normal to Greasy Hair 200mlSpecial Price £8.08 Regular Price £9.50
- Mustela Foam Shampoo for New Borns 150mlSpecial Price £6.36 Regular Price £7.95
- Mustela Gentle Shampoo 200mlSpecial Price £6.00 Regular Price £7.50
- Mustela 2 in 1 Cleansing Gel 200mlSpecial Price £6.00 Regular Price £7.50
- Rene Furterer Karite Intense Nourishing Shampoo 150mlSpecial Price £17.60 Regular Price £22.00
All you need to know about Shampoo
How often should I wash my hair if it's really greasy?
How often you shampoo depends on what is comfortable for you and your hair type. Shampooing every day or every other day is generally normal for greasy hair. If your hair is dry, you should wash it a couple of times a week, but no more than this. Use a mild shampoo if you have greasy hair, as well as a nourishing conditioner to replenish lost nutrients. If you want to increase the amount of time between washes and you have oily hair, invest in a dry shampoo, as this will help your scalp to feel less greasy.
Do I need to shampoo my hair twice?
We are often told that we need to rinse and then repeat a shampoo, but this depends on how dirty your hair is, and its overall thickness and length. If you have lots of product in your hair, or you are travelling around as a backpacker and don't get to wash your hair very much, a second wash may be necessary. Usually, one wash is good enough to refresh it.
How do moisturising shampoos work?
Shampoos contain surfactants, which are compounds that include molecules which are spread along the hair's surface, to maintain the condition of the hair and to smooth the cuticle. In many moisturising shampoos, these surfactants are used to smooth the hair, making it less prone to frizz and more hydrated.
Can I use soap to wash my hair?
No – you should always use a quality shampoo that is designed for your hair type. Soap is designed to be used on the body, and is high in grease and oil removers, waxes and surfactants, which can strip hair of its natural oils and make it really dry. Some soaps can also coat the hair shaft in wax, making it look limp.