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Sulfates are Destroying Your Curls






 

Learn why Sulfates are so bad for hair, especially curly locks, and what to use instead to preserve curls!

 

For women with curly locks it can be difficult to find products specifically to help protect that hair texture. There are so many shampoos, conditioners, mousses, etc. it all can be overwhelming at times resulting in picking the first product that meets your eye. Many store-bought products are actually hurting curly hair rather than helping with this one ingredient added to their formulas.


Sulfates are a sneaky additive that many well-known beauty brands use that ultimately does more damage than control. According to Holland & Barrett Sodium Lauryl Sulphate, commonly known as SLS, is a chemical surfactant used in all sorts of cosmetics and cleaning products. It creates a soapy layer over the hair and once washed out takes all dirt and oil with it, I know what you're thinking “Isn't that what shampoo is supposed to do?” Well yes- but not exactly so.



The problem with this process, especially for curly-haired individuals, is it is too harsh for most hair thus resulting in stripping the body and hair of natural oils that are needed to stay shiny and frizz-free. Curly/ wavy locks should be cleansed instead of washing and lathering in soap so the texture of the hair can be preserved. Now that we know the dangers of most products on shelves where can one go for safe natural products? Look no further!





By completing the quiz above in minutes you will know what type of hair you have and what products would work best for your hair texture. The products get shipped right to your front door and there is an option to get more than one month’s supply so you do not have to worry about running out or having to wait month to month. These products are hand-picked so only the best of the best products get selected to go in our boxes. There is no better combination than quality and convenience!




It’s time to ditch sulfates and give your body and hair the break it needs! Some other products to be aware of to live a sulfate-free life is beauty products such as lip balm foundation, face washes, makeup removers, body washes, body oils, lotions, and sunscreens. Even dishwashing products and laundry detergents may contain sulfates. Trust me, your hair and body will completely transform once it is given the correct products and routine!




 




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