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Şam­pun. Since early times, society has paid great attention to personal hygiene. Cleanliness of a person’s head and observance of hygiene rules are among the most important things. But what was used before the invention of soap-shampoo?!
Historical records indicate that the first cleaning products were used in India. They used the boiled water of various plants as shampoo, and the fruit of a tropical tree called “soap tree” as soap. In addition, they washed their hair in boiled water of herbs and flowers. These products help the hair to be soft and shiny. As Indian traders penetrated into Europe, natural hair washes began to spread to many countries. There are reports that the first shampoos in Asia were made from laundry (water from the cheesa), water from which rice was washed, and ash from the ash. In Europe, boiled soap bubbles were used as shampoo. Before 1903, several methods of hair washing were used on earth. Now let’s focus on the last hundred years!
In 1904, German inventor Hans Schwarzkopf invented the first shampoo in Berlin by mixing liquid soap with lavender powder. After that, the first shampoo is used to “cleanse the hair”. Martha Schwarzkopf, the wife of Hans Schwarzkopf, founded the Schwarzkopf hair salon in 1927. In the same year, the center produced the first soap-free liquid shampoo. It is one of the most popular brands in Europe, Schwarzkopf.
In the 1930s, Procter & Gamble (P&G) introduced the first synthetic shampoo. It is one of the best inventions for hair and forms the basis of modern liquid shampoos. This shampoo is popular with customers and is considered beneficial for hair follicles. After that, the company’s specialists come up with new ways of packaging liquid shampoos. In 1987, P&G introduced the first 2-in-1 conditioning shampoo.
Shampoo is a liquid product used to clean hair. It is used to remove unwanted sebum (an exocrine hormone that secretes an oily substance) from the hair by applying it to wet hair, lathering and rinsing. Shampoo is made by combining sodium lauryl sulfate and cocamidopropyl betaine in water. Sulfate is similar to soap in that it attracts pollutants.
Shampoo is one of the most popular products in the industry today, and there are several varieties for dandruff, oily hair, coarse hair, and children’s (non-irritating) shampoos.

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