More than 80 percent of Americans now use shampoo and conditioner at least once a week, according to a new survey.
According to the survey from the American Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, shampoo is more popular than ever.
It was first marketed in the 1960s and has been popular ever since.
The AADP says shampoo is considered one of the most important natural health products, and that it is essential for healthy hair and nails.
“The benefits of shampoo include soothing hair and reducing the appearance of fine lines, dark spots and unevenness,” the survey says.
But people aren’t convinced, and some say they feel bad for using shampoo.
“I use shampoo regularly, but it’s not like I’m on a mission to get rid of it,” one woman told the Washington Post.
Another said she “does not use a lot of shampoo.”
“If I’m a woman, I don’t use a ton.
If I’m not a woman and I’m pregnant, I probably use more shampoo than I should,” she added.”
Shampoo is so much more than a natural cleanser, it is an essential part of a woman’s lifestyle,” said Dr. Jennifer G. Roussel, chief of dermatology at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
Dr. Roudsel said women who use shampoo often also need to wash their hands.
“It may seem counterintuitive, but I have found that women who are using shampoo frequently need to use more detergent,” she said.
Other surveys also indicate that shampoo is an important part of women’s lives.
A survey of more than 1,200 women from across the United States found that 52 percent of women who regularly use shampoo have been asked about their daily use.
And a 2014 survey of over 1,400 women from the National Women’s Health Network found that more than two-thirds of respondents use shampoo at least weekly.