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Shampoo is a hair care product used to remove dirt, oil and product residue from the hair and scalp. Of course, washing and caring for your hair always starts with a good shampoo! At Salontopper we have a wide range of professional shampoos for all kinds of hair types. Salon shampoos are stronger and generally contain more and better ingredients than a standard private label or drugstore product. And you want the best for your hair too!


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The Best Shampoo

You're looking for a good wash routine for your hair. So where do you start? Salontotal has many types of professional shampoo and there is sure to be a suitable one for you. You just need to look at what your hair needs and what preferences you have. Would you like a sulfate-free, vegan or just a curly shampoo? From curly to blonde hair, vegan to cruelty free and dry or oily hair, there are suitable products for all hair types, desires and problems.

Types of Hair Shampoo

First, of course, there is a difference between hairdresser's shampoo and those from a drugstore or private label. Barber products generally contain a higher concentration of active ingredients and often better quality ingredients. However, there is less water in them and you therefore need less of a professional product when washing your hair.

Today there are many different types of hairdressing shampoo from popular brands, such as Kérastase, Wella and all of which have their own views on hair products. In addition, they also work for different hair problems or needs. A list of popular and important types at a glance;

Shampoo Bar: a new trend is as little plastic as possible. Consequently, many brands are coming out with a plastic-free shampoo bar. This actually goes back to a bar of soap from the past, but with today's ingredients and knowledge! The shampoo bar brand is even fully committed to plastic-free shampooing.

Vegan Shampoo: More and more people are aware of the impact they are having. For example, they no longer want to use animal products and therefore become vegan. As a completely vegan, you don't want any animal ingredients in your personal care products either, which is why more and more brands are making their hair products this way and thus also vegan shampoo.

Shampoo without Sulfates and Parabens: another development is that people increasingly want to go back to natural and mild ingredients for personal care products. Because of this development, you also have more and more brands with paraben- and sulfate-free shampoo.

Dry shampoo: no time to wash your hair and still suffer from oily hair, there is always dry shampoo. It's obviously not enough for a full wash, but gives you just the refreshment you need.

Silver shampoo: for many blondes it's a real must, and you can't do without it with gray and white hair either. Silver shampoo ensures that yellow and warm tones in your blonde, white or gray hair are neutralized by violet pigments, in order to get and keep the desired color tone in your hair.

Shampoo against hair loss: a common problem is thinning hair and hair loss. Shampoo against hair loss can help with this by stimulating hair growth and gently cleansing the hair. This is done by adding hair growth stimulating ingredients. Well-known lines include Aveda Invati Advanced, Bumble and Bumble Thickening, Kérastase Genesis and Genesis Homme for men.

Anti-Dandruff Shampoo: Unfortunately, a common problem is dandruff and this is an extension of other scalp problems. Thus, there are several scalp shampoos, against dandruff flakes, oily roots and roots and sensitive scalp.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do you use a shampoo?

Every product is of course used differently, but a standard method for washing your hair is as follows:

  • Step 1: Wet the hair from root to tip.
  • Step 2: Apply shampoo to the roots and lengths of the hair.
  • Step 3: massage the product onto the scalp and hair until it foams.
  • Step 4: rinse all the foam thoroughly from the hair.
  • Step 5: it is best to wash the hair twice. So repeat step 1 to step 4.

Which shampoo is good for my hair?

What your hair needs depends entirely on the type and condition of your hair. Is your hair straight or just curly? Do you have your own color, do you dye or blonde your hair? Is your hair in healthy condition or damaged? All factors that play a role in the choice of product. Filter the different factors on this page to find out what your hair needs.

What is the best shampoo against hair loss?

Many brands have a line against hair loss and thinning hair. This includes anti-hair loss shampoos that help preserve or strengthen your hair. Examples include Kérastase Densifique Bain Densite, AVEDA Invati Advanced Exfoliating Light and Indola Innova Root Activating.

What is mild shampoo?

Many people look for mild or gentle hair products because their hair or scalp are sensitive. A common problem then is dryness or itching on the scalp. This can be caused by the sulfates added to hair products. If you are looking for a gentle cleansing of hair and scalp look for a sulfate-free shampoo.


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