Jean-Jacques Rousseau: ‘A very simple and natural’ shampoo

Jean-Jacques Rousseau: ‘A very simple and natural’ shampoo

The French philosopher, writer and author of The Discourse on Morals and Virtues, is best known for his “conclusion” that there is no absolute truth, and his work on the nature of truth and morality is among his most influential.

A popular hairstyle, the natural hair care routine is a staple of modern culture, but it can also be an effective way to boost your confidence.

Here are some tips to take away from this week’s Hair of the Week.1.

Keep your hair healthy and free from the use of harsh chemicals and detergents.

When choosing a hair product, be sure to consider what your hair needs and how long it needs to grow, explains the haircare website Washed Up. 2.

Use a moisturiser with an antioxidant, as it protects against free radicals.

While there is some research to suggest that certain types of coconut oil can help prevent hair loss, according to Dr Jodi Tosi, a dermatologist and author, it is not the only way to reduce frizz and keep your hair looking healthy.


Consider using a comb to comb through your hair to remove any excess hair that might be blocking the way of your natural hair.


Apply a shampoo with a fragrance that is not too strong, and make sure to use a gentle shampoo for those who are sensitive to fragrance.


Use an emollient shampoo to minimise frizz.

The best shampoo is not always the best shampoo, says Gaby Nadeau, the author of Natural Hair: The Art of Living Your Best Life.

“If you have hair that is fine but you do not have time to comb and comb and groom, it may be worth going for a shampoo that has a gentle fragrance that minimises frizz,” she adds.

“It’s not going to be the best for everyone, but if you don’t have time, it’s a great option.”

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