The Monica Lewinsky of Hanford

How often to shampoo hair?

In some way, the hair shapes your entire face and determines your appearance. If you have a lifeless and dull hair, you will look tired, greasy and unappealing. But, some people in order to have a beautiful and healthy hair, often overstep the limit and destroy their hair with aggressive products. In this case, we are talking about shampoos and conditioners. There is no good and bad answer here because even the experts don’t have the answer to this question: how often to shampoo your hair? In this article, we are going to share with you some beauty hacks and help you have beautiful and healthy hair.

How does shampoo work?

Basically, shampoo traps all the oils, so if you use it too often, it may dry your hair and at some point, make it breakable. The hair produces natural oils called sebum, the shampoo cleans your scalp and clears the excess. You should note that there are particular types of shampoos on the market. It means you can buy shampoo only for the scalp if you have a problem with sebum. For the most part, it is OK to have some oils in your hair; they provide moisturization and protection barrier.

Who should use shampoo every day?

Experts agree on one thing, people who have fragile hair, someone who exercises a lot and people who live in humid places. If you have an oily scalp, then the daily use of shampoo is recommended. Even though many dermatologists advise that people with oily scalp should avoid washing hair every day, the excess of oils can cause a hair loss or fungi infection. There is a common misconception that if you wash your hair every day, it will only be greasier, which is not true. In this case, try to find a balance, depending on your skin type.

Who can go a few days without shampoo?

People who have a thick and less oily scalp can go a few days without washing and also people with curly and dry hair. An average person should wash hair every other day, or every two to three days. If the hair is visibly oily, the scalp is itching, and that’s your sign to use shampoo. On the other hand, diet plays a significant role in production of oils. If you have troubles with keeping your weight in check, then you should use Eco Slim.

FFTF is the Monica Lewinsky of Hanford, diverting public attention from the main cleanup issues at Hanford, the leaking tank waste and the spent fuel in the K Basins, which threaten the Columbia River.

Although Oregon has quite clearly said NO to restarting FFTF in the past, the Dept. of Energy is back to shove it in our face one more time. The people in the Tri-Cities around Hanford tell us that this is about medical isotopes, but it is really about money and jobs for the Tri-Cities and votes for Washington politicians. Oregon, with over one million people downstream from Hanford, has the most to lose by creating more waste there, and nothing to gain. It is deeply offensive to Oregonians to even propose restarting FFTF.

Over 35 years of operation at one-quarter power, FFTF would generate 15 tons of spent fuel, dangerous to human and other life for over 10,000 years, our only concrete form of eternal damnation. We have no safe way to dispose of this waste. We may never have a way. It is therefore extremely irresponsible to create any more of it.