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Conventional Hair Care FAQ



Nexus Clinic development specialists, doctors and researchers develop exceptional conditioning and high-performance hair treatment and hair treatment products.

for our dearest clients. Here are ten to fifteen of the most frequently asked questions about general hair care, relaxers, and styling products.


How often do I need to shampoo?

It is recommended that hair be shampooed at least once per week in order to remove styling product residue, normal skin cells, etc. Depending on your activities, like aerobics, you may need to shampoo your hair more often. Due to perspiration, pollen, dirt, etc., swimming or other outdoor activities are not advised. However, be careful not to shampoo excessively or use “hard water” with high mineral levels, as this can strip hair of natural oils, causing hair and scalp dryness.

Does shampoo make a difference, or is it all “hype”?

There are thousands of shampoos available for various hair types, textures, and styling requirements, including shampoos for dry hair, shampoos that “extend” or enhance hair color, and shampoos that neutralize chemical treatments. Find a shampoo that will cleanse and condition the hair without stripping it of essential nutrients. You can grab it in a hair treatment salon near you.


How frequently must I “deep condition”?

Deep condition a minimum of once per month. Shampoo your hair gently, and then apply the deep conditioner so that it saturates your hair from scalp to ends. Allow conditioners to sit for 15 to 20 minutes under a thin plastic or thermal “heat cap” to penetrate the scalp and hair shaft. Rinse thoroughly, then style as desired.

Can I condition my hair excessively?

Yes, excessive conditioning can result in limp and “lifeless” hair. By coating the hair’s surface, excessive conditioning can weigh the hair down and cause it to become heavy. This can hinder proper styling and the hair’s ability to “hold a curl.” Choose lightweight, high-quality products that do not clog pores or cause buildup issues.

Why is deep conditioning so essential?

Deep conditioning provides more intense strengthening and moisturization, “restores” some natural oils, and can aid in eliminating dry and brittle hair. Deep conditioning can also improve the shine and body of your hair.

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How can I identify my “hair type”?

It is difficult to determine hair type on your own, so we recommend you seek assistance from an Aestethic Doctor (AC). An AC can examine individual strand samples from your head, test tensile strength and elasticity, and wet and dry your hair to determine how it responds to physical manipulation and treatments. Variable diameters or thicknesses, as well as natural “curl” and “wave” patterns, designate hair as fine, medium, or coarse.

How do I determine which hair care system will work best for me?

Observe how your hair reacts to the styling products and tools you employ. Regardless of length, does your hair have body, shine, and a strong, smooth texture? Keep a “hair journal” and take seasonal headshots to keep track of your hair’s condition. Listen to compliments from others, as they are typically a sign that you’ve chosen an appropriate hair care regimen for your lifestyle and personality.

How do I make my hair grow?

Normal hair growth is typically affected by both internal and external factors, such as hormonal fluctuations, genetic predisposition, excessive heat styling, over-processing, HBP medication, etc. In most cases, hair is actually growing, but normal growth is not visible due to breakage and split ends. Your top priority should be preventing hair breakage. Utilize products that enhance “slippage” and detangling, avoid heat styling whenever possible, do not pull or stretch wet hair, which is more prone to “pop,” and condition hair for improved elasticity.


How can I treat my dry hair and scalp?

Dry hair and scalp are primarily caused by genetics, diet, climate, and overall health condition. Avoid using products that clog pores and inhibit natural sebum secretion down the hair shaft. Use a light daily moisturizer or leave-in conditioner. Wrap hair at night, because friction on linens is drying.

What can I do about my dry hair and scalp as a result of menopause?

Menopause can lead to abnormal hair loss and thinning. Hormones play a significant role in hair and scalp health. Again, a diet rich in vitamins and minerals, improved circulation, and daily water consumption will be beneficial.

Can my medication have an effect on my hair?

Yes, medications can affect your hair’s texture and its receptivity to hair products.

Can shampooing my hair with extremely hot water cause damage?

Yes, because it can physically strip the hair of its natural oils and irritate the scalp. Warm water is optimal for shampooing, while slightly cooler water is ideal for the final rinse.

Is it undesirable to frequently switch from relaxed to “natural” hairstyles?

No, as long as hair is properly conditioned, ends are regularly trimmed, and hair is not kept under “tension” for extended periods of time in tight braids or a tight weave.

Am I causing damage to my hair and scalp by using hard water?

The majority of high-quality hair care products contain ingredients that combat harsh mineral deposits from water. Nonetheless, hard water may interfere with the color signal function during the neutralization of the relaxer. If the relaxer cream was thoroughly rinsed from the hair and the hair was shampooed more than three times, but the shampoo foam remained pinkish, the high mineral content of the water may be to blame!



The relaxing hair treatment price in Malaysia can range up to RM 50 – RM 350. Nexus Clinic offers a high quality hair treatment Malaysia style. You can consider Nexus Clinic when it appears to you web search as you type hair treatment clinic near me in the search bar.

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