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