Sally Save Water™ Says...

Do You Wash Your Hair Like This?

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, February 07, 2018
Do You Wash Your Hair Like This?

We all know how wonderful it feels to have our crowning, be nice and shiny clean. Many people don’t care to wash their hair in the shower and prefer to wash their hair at the sink.

The process of wetting your hair, adding shampoo, lathering, rinsing, adding conditioner, massaging in and then rinsing again can end up using gallons and gallons of water, if you aren’t cautious. During the lathering, adding conditioner and massaging in actions remember to turn off the faucet.

Otherwise, you could have the faucet running needlessly for minutes, while gallons of wasted water go down the drain.

Remember what Sally-Save-Water® says “Don’t Be A Drip....Save Every Drop©”!

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