Best Sulfate-Free Shampoo By Clays Naturals

by Rock Marlow Writter & Seller

If you’re looking for an organic shampoo that does not leave your hair greasy and gross nor deprives it of its natural oils, Clays Naturals - Sulfate-Free Shampoo is a great choice.


Rich in sage, lavender and rosemary extract, this shampoo gently cleanses hair while providing it with the nourishment and moisture that it needs.


Free from sulfate, parabens, and phthalates, it is perfect for color-treated damaged hair and for those who are trying to limit the number of toxins in their personal care products.


Clays Naturals Shampoo is advertised as a daily shampoo, but you should not wash your hair daily with it. Daily washing does damage hair, no matter how gentle the shampoo. Try to extend the duration between washes. You should wash your hair only when it looks and feels dirty and always try to use cold water.


The matching conditioner is good, but if your hair is more on the drier side, uses a good deep conditioner frequently.


What is sulfate free shampoo?


A “no sulfate shampoo” might seem quite obvious; it’s a sulfate-free shampoo, so you won’t find any sulfates in the ingredients. But, if sulfates provided the emulsifying, cleaning ability in shampoos, what is used instead to cleanse the hair? It depends on the product. Some sulfate free shampoos contain no lathering agents at all, which is why you won’t get much or any foam out of them.


But despite how this might feel to our senses (being so used to lather = washing), this doesn’t mean they aren’t cleansing the hair. Low, or no, lather haircare products can also remove the dirt and grime from the hair fibre, but they tend to leave a little more of the hair’s natural oils behind. This can be great for naturally dry hair. Coloured hair also tends to respond well to sulfate free shampoo, which – if over-used – can strip the hair of its colour.


Sulfate free and environmentally friendly


An extra bonus for eco-conscious consumers, the Source Essentielle haircare collection uses part-recycled packaging (50% PET recycled plastic) that can be refilled in salons. On the back, you’ll see all the ingredients you’re about to apply to your hair. The packaging is transparent, like the formula, and square-shaped so as to allow for a maximum of product with minimum plastic.

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