Moisturize while skin is moist. Pat your skin with a towel after you shower or wash your face or hands, leaving it damp. Apply a moisturizer within three to five minutes of washing to lock moisture in your skin.
Condition your hair before you shampoo if you have long hair. This may be new to you, but if your hair falls past your shoulders, the ends of your hair need more conditioning to keep them strong.
Gently massage shampoo into the roots of your hair. Measure a quarter sized amount of shampoo into the palm of your hair if you have short or medium length hair. You can double that amount if your hair is longer than your shoulders.
Do not shampoo the ends of your hair if you have longer hair. You need more shampoo at the roots, because that is where the majority of your oil is. You need less shampoo or no shampoo at your tips of your hair, because it is the oldest and driest hair.
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