Shampoo products come in many forms and claim to address different issues such as dry hair, dandruff, frizz, falling hair, and a lot more. This makes choosing our shampoo even more difficult. Add to that another type of shampoo, the anti germs shampoo. What is this type of shampoo? How is it different from anti dandruff shampoo? How does it work? Read on to find out.
1. It rids hair of bacteria and fungi
Anti germs shampoo removes bacteria and fungi that disturb the homeopathy of skin and hair—some being bacteriostatic and others bactericidal. It stops bacteria’s access for nourishment to keep them from propagating, or presents a toxic agent that kills the bacteria without harming the skin and hair.
2. It should be safe on the user
Though anti germs shampoo have to be tough on bacteria, it should be safe on the skin and hair where it is applied.
3. It contains anti-bacterial agents
Among the anti-bacterial agents this type of shampoo contains are salicylic acid that rids the scalp of disease-causing organisms, Emu Oil, ketoconazole, zinc, and selenium. Emu Oil, along with zinc and tea tree oil, is a natural anti-bacterial that has anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties used for scalp and skin treatments.
Next time you need to cleanse your hair, go for an anti germs shampoo.