Sulfate-free shampoo

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Sulfate-free shampoo
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Why is sulfate not good for hair? Sulfates are powerful cleansing agents that can strip hair and scalp of their natural sebum. This action can lead to excessive dryness, scalp irritation, itching and long-term hair fiber degradation. What's more, for color-treated hair, sulfates can accelerate fading, making color dull and less vibrant. In short, although they clean effectively, sulfates can be too harsh for regular use, especially for sensitive or chemically-treated hair. Which sulfate to avoid after straightening? After straightening, whether chemical (like Brazilian straightening) or keratin, it's crucial to avoid shampoos containing sulfates, especially Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES). These components can remove the care products applied to your hair during the straightening process, considerably reducing the duration of the smoothing and straightening effect. Opt for a gentle sulfate-free shampoo to prolong the results of your straightening and keep your hair healthy. How can I tell if a shampoo contains sulfate? To identify the presence of sulfate in a shampoo, it's important to carefully read the list of ingredients on the product label. Sulfates are often referred to as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate (ALS) and Ammonium Laureth Sulfate (ALES). These chemical compounds are commonly used in shampoo formulas for their ability to create abundant lather and deep cleansing. However, their presence can be an indicator of potential dryness and irritation for scalp and hair. Opting for a shampoo clearly labeled sulfate-free is the best choice for those looking to care for their hair in a gentler, more natural way.