Your shampoo is bad for your hair

Your shampoo is bad for your hair

September 21, 2019 1 Comment

If you experience problems like oily hair, dandruff, dry scalp, tangling, breakage, and frizz, you can blame your shampoo.


Most shampoos on the market are made with heavy detergents, often resembling the same type of detergents used for washing cars and dishes.


The scalp simply can’t handle those tough chemicals.


They do a great job of removing dirt and grime but they kill everything else in their path. They strip the hair and scalp of their natural oils which leaves the hair dry and fragile. 


Your scalp produces an oily substance called sebum that has many roles but it mainly protects your hair from microbes and the elements. When you use a strong shampoo daily, you wipe out your scalp’s natural protection, its first line of defense.


In response, your scalp activates the sebaceous glands to replenish the oils that are now missing from your scalp. This causes excess oil buildup which leads to you washing your hair more frequently and the cycle continues. Big shampoo brands are aware of this. That’s why they make such strong shampoo in the first place!


These shampoos also leave the PH of the hair and scalp unbalanced, causing further issues.




You need a natural shampoo


You need a shampoo and conditioner that are designed to balance the hair and scalp without stripping it of the natural oils.


A natural shampoo will make your hair softer, less oily, and dandruff won’t have a good environment to grow. We saw this was a huge need among our clients and customers, so we decided to make a PH balancing shampoo & conditioner! 


Check out our PH balancing shampoo and conditioner here!


Your hair will be healthier and easier to style because we designed the new shampoo & conditioner to gently cleanse the scalp using all-natural ingredients while restoring the PH balance of your hair and scalp. The scent is sage and mint which is super clean and refreshing.

They are free from parabens, silicones, gluten, sulfates, and all the other nasty stuff big cosmetic brands put in their products.


 

All natural shampoo and conditioner - sulfate free, paraben free, silicone free



Also, you need to use conditioner


This one seems simple but it is truly shocking how many guys didn’t pick up on the conditioner memo. I was one of them. No, conditioner is not just for long hair. 


Your scalp has a delicate PH balance. When you use shampoo, especially generics, the PH balance is thrown off and the hair is left raw and exposed. The conditioner comes in and cleans up after the shampoo, restoring the PH balance and sealing the hair to protect it.


Ever wondered why most women have smooth, luscious hair that isn’t a frizzy mess? Yep, you guessed it, conditioner has a huge role to play in that.


Note: 2 in 1 shampoo & conditioners are a lie. Don’t buy them.


If you want your hair to be softer, healthier, balanced, and less frizzy, you need to pick up our new shampoo and conditioner on October 2nd!


Best,

Robert



1 Response

Patrick handy
Patrick handy

September 22, 2019

I was wondering. What are some of the healthy shampoo and conditioner that’s already out there?

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