How To Clean Your Raw Hair Units – Hot Vs Cold Water

How To Clean Your Raw Hair Units – Hot Vs Cold Water

This debate is so timeless!  Hot or cold water for washing your raw hair wig or bundles? Let’s break down our opinion.

  • Hot Water: 

Hot water opens the hair cuticle, aiding in dirt removal. However, for raw hair, it can strip away natural oils, leading to dryness and breakage.

  • Cold Water: 

Cold water seals the hair cuticle, locking in moisture and enhancing shine. The downside? Stubborn product build-up may linger.

So what’s the verdict? There’s no single temperature that reigns supreme. The secret is in a balanced approach, and the ideal choice hinges on your specific needs.

For regular washes, lukewarm water is the best to use, providing a gentle yet effective clean. If your wig or bundles require a deeper cleanse, begin with a cool water rinse to remove product build-up before a gentle wash with lukewarm water.

We hope this helps! Now go clean your wigs the right way.

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