Are your products Sodium Laureate Sulfate (SLS)-Free?

Is your Shampoo Sodium Laureate Sulfate (SLS) - Free?

Do these products look familiar? Well, product manufacturers use labels glorifying inclusive oils in their products that appeal to a naturalista like yourself, however, many contain SLS. SLS is a common lather-producing agent found in almost every shampoo. Many products at your local retailers ingredients contain sodium lauryl (or laureth) sulfate in it. Many of us are guilty of purchasing a product that contains what is also found in various cleaning products including: toothpastes, mouthwashes, car wash detergents, and even garage-floor cleaners.

The most common reaction at this point is: Really? The good news is lots of consumers have switched to “all natural” shampoos that proudly assert their SLS-free status. There are SLS-free hair products in the marketplace.

To learn more about the natural products within the marketplace that are harmless to protect your natural tresses, book an in-person or online natural hair consultation with me.

Have you gone SLS-free? Follow this blog for more hair education, tips, and information for your health.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Christine Waysome-Henderson

Christine Waysome-Henderson is a Natural Hair Care Consultant & Founder of Natural Hairess & Co. LLC. She educates individuals how to care for their natural hair organically. Christine is degreed and holds both an undergraduate degree from George Mason University and an MBA Graduate Degree in Business Management. She resides in Northern Virginia with her husband and three children. For more hair wisdom, visit http://www.naturalhairess.com.

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