You may have heard that a cold-water rinse acts as a moisturizing treatment by “sealing” scalp oil into hair cuticles, but that’s not the case. Shampooing lifts the sebum (oil) off the scalp, and no matter what the water temperature is, rinsing washes the excess oil away. If you enjoy the invigorating feeling of a cold shower, go for it -- just don’t expect to see hair miracles afterward.
Myth vs Fact: Rinsing your hair with cold water after shampooing will make your hair shinier.
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Myth vs Fact: Myth vs. Fact: Hot-oil treatments moisturize the scalp and keep dandruff from forming.