Salps – How To Remove It From Your Hair
If you stumbled upon this page, chances are it’s sometime in August and you have a bunch of jelly-like blobs stuck in your hair after taking a dip in the ocean. They may appear to look like jelly fish eggs, but they are in fact little creatures that float around in the ocean, known as salps. They may look yucky, but they are completely harmless and are nothing more than an irritant (so don’t you worry!). As a matter of fact, Scientists claim salps play a role in slowing down global warming by reducing the amount of carbon in the atmosphere. They do this by consuming carbon dioxide soaked algae.
Salps – How To Remove it from your Hair
You may want to immediately wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner, but this is the last thing you want to do. The water will actually allow the salps to grip to your hair even more and make it nearly impossible to remove them. Therefore, you want to allow your hair to completely dry before combing it out. You should be able to remove all the salps quickly thereafter. If you are still having a hard time removing them from your hair, feel free to comment down below and I will try to help in any way I can!