Sulphates are not considered good for hair or even skin for that matter. Sulphates tend to penetrate inside skin and harm hair in the long run. Many herbal shampoos also contain sulphates. So if you thought that your herbal shampoo is safe, think again. When you go shopping next time, look for a shampoo that is free of sulphates besides parabens.
Some good shampoos without sulphate are-
This shampoo has a lovely minty smell. It cleans hair well and helps in getting rid of dandruff. It makes hair soft and smooth. It has clean ingredients and is cruelty-free.You may buy it here.
It cleanses well, makes hair soft and smooth and manageable The shampoo is gel based and transparent green. It lathers very well. This cleans the tresses perfectly.You may buy it here.
The shampoo has the colour of banana pulp- a dull yellow. Texture wise, the shampoo is thin. The shampoo lathers quite a bit too. It has a very concentrated banana scent. This would suit hair which needs volume and bounce.The shampoo is perfect for oily hair. Doesn’t strip the moisture from the hair.You may buy it here.
This nourishing shampoo is a blend of pure kelp, natural proteins, peppermint oil and mint leaf extract, to gently cleanse hair and invigorate the scalp for fresh growth and healthier shine. It doesn’t itch scalp and doesn’t cause any hair fall. It keeps hair free from grease.You may get it here.
Soulflower Geranium Shampoo Bar
It has sandalwood & geranium that stimulate the sebaceous glands in the scalp to produce more oil. Sandalwood & Geranium also work as antidepressants on the emotional level, soothing anxiety & stress. Jojoba & almond oils nourish hair & it will regain its elasticity, leaving it soft, shiny. This shampoo is formulated to gently clean your hair as well has hands, face & body. It is safe for chemical treated, coloured & children’s hair. This Shampoo Bar is for normal to dry hair.You may get it here.
Organix Hydrating Macadamia Oil Shampoo
This shampoo reduces hair fall due to dryness as the Macadamia oil in it nourishes and hydrates the scalp and lessens the breakage of hair. This shampoo is best for dry, thin and coloured hair. It contains sugar cane extract and bamboo extract which give vibrant and luscious mane.You may buy it here.
Himalaya Anti-Hair Fall Shampoo
This shampoo nourishes hair roots and strengthens weakened hair. It also conditions and improves hair texture to reduce hair fall due to breakage. The herb Butea Frondosa stimulates hair follicle growth and is effective in strengthening hair roots and controlling hair fall. Pongamia Pinnata seeds have anti-fungal properties that leave your hair clean, eliminating the recurrence of bacterial and fungal infections.You may get it here.
Dr Organic’s Organic Rose Otto Shampoo
It contains pure Organic Rose Otto Oil which has been acclaimed through the ages for its use in natural skin and hair care. This luxurious shampoo instantly revitalises the hair and scalp. Formulated to penetrate deep into the keratin fibres and follicles it gently cleanses, nourishes and hydrates, leaving a luxurious feeling of total indulgence. It makes hair fuller and cleanses well.
Burt’s Bees Doctor Burt’s Herbal Treatment Shampoo with Cedar Leaf and Juniper Oil
This special shampoo uses cedar leaf and juniper oil to treat a flaky scalp. Vegetable glycerin really moisturises. Of course, this shampoo contains no harsh detergents or foaming agents. It makes hair healthy and manageable.
Organic Surge Moisture Boost Shampoo
Moisture Boost Shampoo cleanses your hair and scalp without removing their natural protective oils. Grape vine extract and wheat protein combine to soften and smooth the hair while antioxidant olive leaf extract and natural moisturisers work to restore silkiness and manageability. This gentle formula cares and protects to leave hair feeling revitalised and healthy. Organic Surge shampoo is free from harsh foaming agents that strip hair of its natural oils and can cause scalp irritation. It is known to be 98% natural.You may get it here.
Have you tried any of the shampoos in the list above?
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