Why you can’t get away with using the wrong shampoo

By Rajesh Kumar, The Times of India (India, November 23, 2018) “This article is a response to a question that I have received from readers, which was about the possible harmful effects of using the same shampoo as the Indian shampoo in a variety of ways.

For those who have read this article, I hope this helps you understand the issues, and what you can do to avoid the harmful effects.

Thank you for taking the time to respond.”

— Ravi, Mumbai, India (September 26, 2018).

So, is there a real difference between Indian and non-Indian shampoo?

“The most important difference is that non-Indians have not taken the precaution of washing their hair regularly,” says Dr. Arvind Kapoor, an expert on the ingredients of hair care products.

“The Indian shampoo is formulated with a low level of sulfates and it has no anti-bacterial properties.

If you want to wash your hair daily, you need to use a shampoo with a higher level of shampoo and conditioner.

We have tested the ingredients, and all have been of the same quality. “

We have used the same brand of shampoo on many of our clients and we have seen no difference in the results.

We have tested the ingredients, and all have been of the same quality.

We don’t know why the Indian version has such a high concentration of sulfate.”

Dr. Kapoor says he believes that Indian shampoo has been around for many years and the Indian brands tend to be cheaper.

“I think the reason for this difference is the fact that there are a lot of Indian shampoo brands and many Indian women do not have time to wash their hair daily,” he says.

Dr. Ramachandra Reddy, who heads the dermatology department at Tata Medical College, says the quality of the ingredients in shampoo has always been high, and he thinks there is a “very clear” difference between the two.

“It is definitely a better quality shampoo, which will not leave any residue,” he adds.

The best shampoo for dry hair The shampoo is used by many people for their dry hair, Dr. Reddy says.

“In India, people wash their own hair, not the hair of the animals or other people,” he explains.

“If you want a shampoo that you can use daily, use a high quality shampoo.

You can use any brand of hair conditioner, but the best is definitely the quality shampoo from Tata Medical.”

Dr Reddy also recommends using a non-acidic shampoo to moisturize and keep the scalp soft.

“There are many Indian brands with good quality ingredients, but we do not recommend using it for your hair,” he advises.

The Indian shampoo, according to Dr. Kumar, has the following ingredients: sulfate-free shampoo