Step into a world of natural goodness with our Sulphateless Shampoo. A sulphate-free and paraben-free formula, carefully crafted to be gentle on your hair and scalp while delivering extraordinary cleansing power. It will leaves your locks hydrated, luscious, and free from the clutches of hair fall.
WHAT’S IT GOOD FOR?
It deeply hydrates and nourishes dry, damaged hair while effectively taming frizz for a smooth and manageable look. Its unique blend of ingredients promotes hair growth and strengthens hair strands, making it perfect for those with thinning locks. For instance, if you have color-treated hair, our gentle formula preserves its vibrancy and shine. Additionally, our shampoo addresses hair fall concerns, promoting stronger and healthier hair from root to tip.
WHAT IT HAS?
- Ostrich Oil - For Intense Hydration & Absorption
- Decyl Glucoside and Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate - Gently cleanse without stripping natural oils
- Coco Glucoside and Cocamidopropyl Betaine - Offer effective cleaning properties without harmful effects
- Coconut Oil, Jaguar, Solan E50, and Glycerin - Retain moisture
- Citric Acid - Balances scalp pH for optimal hair growth
- Delightful Parfum - Adds a touch of indulgence to your shower experience
HOW TO APPLY?
- Wet your hair and scalp thoroughly with water
- Apply a gentle amount of shampoo to your scalp and roots
- Gently massage the shampoo into your scalp and lengths of your hair
- Leave the shampoo on your hair for a few minutes, giving its nourishing ingredients time to work their wonders.
- Rinse your hair completely, ensuring that all the shampoo is thoroughly removed
Frequently Asked Questions
In Pakistan, several brands offer sulfateless shampoos. Some popular options include:
a. OGX Sulfate-Free Shampoos
b. Herbal Essences Bio: Renew Sulfate-Free Shampoos
c. The Body Shop Rainforest Shine Shampoo
d. L'Oreal Paris EverPure Sulfate-Free Shampoos
e. Garnier Fructis Pure Clean Sulfate-Free Shampoos
Sulfateless shampoos are often considered better for your hair for several reasons:
a. Gentle Cleansing: It has milder surfactants (cleansing agents) that are gentle to the hair and scalp. They clean without stripping away natural oils, which helps maintain hair moisture.
b. Less Dryness: Sulfates, like sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) & sodium laureth sulfate (SLES), can dry the hair and scalp, causing frizz, roughness, and irritation. Sulfate-free shampoos help with these problems.
c. Color Protection: People with colored or treated hair should use sulfate-free shampoos. Sulfates can cause discoloration and remove hair dye, whereas sulfate-free options are gentler and help maintain the color.
d. Right for Sensitive Scalp: If you have a sensitive scalp or are prone to problems such as dermatitis or eczema, sulfate-free shampoos can be gentler and less likely to irritate your scalp.
A sulfateless shampoo does not contain sulfates like sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) or sodium laureth sulfate (SLES). Sulfates are surfactants that produce lather and help remove debris and oil from the hair. They can be harsh and potentially eliminate natural oils.
To use a sulfate less shampoo, follow these steps:
a. Wet your hair thoroughly.
b. Take a small amount of the shampoo and lather it between your palms.
c. Gently apply & massage the shampoo into your scalp and hair. Start from the roots and work your way to the ends.
d. Rinse the shampoo thoroughly with water.
e. If desired, apply a conditioner, preferably one that is also sulfate-less.
f. Rinse out the conditioner & gently towel dry your hair.
Yes, sulfate-free shampoos can be used on all hair types, including dry, damaged, and color-treated hair.
Sulfate-free shampoos often produce less lather than sulfate-containing shampoos. That's partly due to gentler washing agents in sulfate-free formulations.
Sulfate-free shampoos are slightly more expensive than ordinary shampoos, although the price varies by brand.
While sulfate-free shampoos are effective at cleansing the hair, they may not remove heavy styling product buildup as effectively as shampoos containing sulfates. In such cases, occasional clarifying shampoos can be used to remove buildup.