Shampoings : quels sont les ingrédients à éviter ?

Shampoos: What are the ingredients to avoid?

This week, it's decided, we're talking about hair! Perhaps you wonder why invest in a natural shampoo when you find a few euros in the supermarket? It is a question of avoiding harmful ingredients for your scalp and the environment 🌍 

We therefore eliminate: 

1. Sulfates

Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS) and the whole family of ingredients finishing by sulfate are in Banir because they strip leather hair and dry the hair. They are there to foam (Pleasant isn't it?) But they are irritating and make them dry hair.

Remember that if there is too much foam, it's a bad sign! 

2. Silicones

Under the guise of bringing a soft and silky touch, Silicones weigh down the hair and prevent him from breathing. They are also harmful to the seabed since non -biodegradable.

How to recognize them? They usually end in -one or by -an In the list of ingredients (Dimethicone, Phenyl Trimethicone, Cyclomethicone, Cycloterrasiloxane…) 

3. Parabens

Suspected of being endocrine disruptors. Note, however, that these are the Long chain parabens (Propylparaben, butylparaben) which seem to be more problematic. 

4. Polyethylenes glycols

PEGs (for intimate) are non -biodegradable petrochemicals which pose a real environmental problem, both in terms of their production and their elimination in treatment plant.


💡 So what solutions?

Fortunately the start -ups are there to make things happen! 

As you know now, we love innovative projects that make giants of the cosmetic industry tremble.

So we fell for the Lao brand, which pushed the natural approach to its maximum by offering us composed formulas at 100% ingredients of natural origin 🌿

In addition to that, shampoos are patented, anti-pollution and anti UVA and packaged in magnificent aluminum bottles.

Whether you have dry or oily hair, it's time to go natural!

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