According to SkinKraft Laboratories, the temperature of your shower water can affect everything from the latheriness of your hair to its overall strength. There is a nature. Ultimately, this can manifest as frizziness, brittleness, and dryness.
Beer Life points out that hot water can even slow hair growth. Dehydration can adversely affect hair follicles and hinder hair growth. Worse, hot water doesn’t always completely wash out shampoo and conditioner, and can leave hair looking dry and dull. It can dry out over time, causing itchiness and dandruff.
Another method, according to SkinKraft Laboratories, is to shower with warm water, which can stimulate blood flow to the hair follicles. Oil is removed.
For those interested, The Wall Street Journal states that hot tap water can be hot to 140 degrees Fahrenheit, but that temperatures below 112 degrees Fahrenheit are sufficient to wash away dirt, grime, and bacteria. I’m here.