Demerits of not cleaning your hair brush?

If you do not clean your hairbrush regularly, it can lead to a number of issues that can affect the health & appearance of your hair.

Over time, your hairbrush accumulates a buildup of hair, oil, dirt, & product residue.

The buildup of hair, oil, dirt, & product residue: 

This buildup can create an ideal environment for bacteria & fungi to grow.

Which can then be transferred back onto your scalp & hair when you use the brush. 

When you use a dirty hairbrush, you can transfer bacteria & fungi back onto your scalp & hair.

Transfer of bacteria & fungi:

This can potentially lead to scalp infections, dandruff, or other skin conditions.

A buildup of hair, oil, & product residue on your hairbrush can make it less effective at detangling your hair & distributing oils evenly. 

Reduced effectiveness:

This can cause your hair to become dry, brittle, & prone to breakage. 

If you use a dirty hairbrush, the buildup on the bristles can transfer back onto your hair, making it look dull, greasy, & limp even if you just washed it.

Dull & greasy-looking hair:

This can be especially problematic if you have fine or thin hair. 

A dirty hairbrush can cause an allergic reaction. This can happen if the buildup on the brush contains allergens or irritants that come into contact with your scalp & skin.

Allergic reactions:

To avoid these issues, it's important to clean your hairbrush regularly. You can do this by removing the hair from the brush with a comb or your fingers & then washing it with soap & warm water. 

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