Area H2O


As you probably already know water comes in different concentrations all over the world. We call water with less minerals soft and water full of minerals hard water. Different types of water have various kinds of effects on your hair. Those who live in areas with soft water will tend to have thicker, shinier hair as the minerals in the water don’t create ass much residue which weighs hair down. Since moving from Manchester (soft water) to London (hard water) my hair has undergone a bit of a change. Mostly I’ve noticed almost double the amount of hair falls out in the shower when I’m washing it. My hair is naturally very thick and strong so it’s unusual for my hair to fall out but it started doing so in noticeable amounts since moving. My hair is also very curly but since moving I’ve found it had much less volume and shine. Hence my new Shampoo and Conditioner combo H2O! H20 comes for both hard and soft water areas, each shampoo tends to your hairs needs. Since using this my hair has become much shinier, it feels much cleaner and the amounts of hair falling out in the shower has lessened. Moving from one place to another is stressful enough without you having to worry about changes in your hair. The shampoo is very concentrated so you don’t have to use a lot of it each time, I would recommend less than a 10p size in your hand. If you are moving from soft to hard wage or vice versa I’d definitely recommend buying some H20 to help your hair through the transition of waters. It sounds silly, but it makes an incredible amount of difference!


Have you ever experienced issues with either hard or soft water on your hair?


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  • My hair falls out everywhere, especially when I'm washing it. I think I'll give these a go!
    Anja x

  • Oh I need to look into these, I hate losing hair!

  • great post! would you like to follow eachother