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When my DW forwarded me the following article, a thought went through my mind:
Is this another trick to sell expensive shampoo?
My DW subsequently bought some without SLS made by J&J. I looked up the label and there are many different kinds of chemicals in it sense SLS of course. I am wondering in another day another test, those components will turned out Carcinogenicity.
"Mar 7, 2011 | By Joshua Duvauchelle
Many consumers are worried about the use of sodium lauryl sulfate in their shampoo, reports haircare expert Paula Begoun. She says this is due to potential risks associated with the sulfate, like a concern regarding potentially higher risks of cancer. Several shampoo products offer powerful cleansing and nourishing effects for your hair without depending on such sulfates.
Aveda Smooth Infusion Shampoo
After "Real Simple" magazine's editors tested 195 different shampoo products, the magazine chose Aveda's shampoo as the best natural product. This moisture-infused, sodium lauryl sulfate-free shampoo is designed to help reduce frizz and stop flyaways while also coating your hair to protect it from heat damage. Its conditioning power comes from all-natural, organic ingredients like aloe vera and guar bean extract. The shampoo earns points not just for its natural ingredients, but also its environmentally sustainable bottle made of recycled plastic.
David Babaii for Wildaid Amplifying Shampoo
David Babaii's volume-boosting shampoo is made without any type of sulfates, parabens or petroleum. The editors of "InStyle" magazine named it one of the best green haircare lines on the market. As it lifts away oil and dirt to enhance your hair's shine, the shampoo also conditions and soothes with natural ingredients like coconut oil and white ginger flower extract.
Avalon Organics Revitalizing Peppermint Shampoo
"Elle" magazine picked Avalon's organic shampoo as one of the top-performing sodium lauryl sulfate-free shampoos, saying it helps to clarify your hair for less buildup of shine-reducing product residue. It's free of sulfates and parabens, contains no fragrances or dyes and isn't tested on animals. Plant-based detergents clean your hair and scalp with oil-reducing ingredients like peppermint oil. Meanwhile, natural hair-nourishing conditioners like vitamin E and babassu oil help to repair your hair shafts for a naturally glossier look.
L’Oréal Ever Pure Hydrate Shampoo
Sulfate-free shampoos aren't only found in salons or from specialty organic brands. For mainstream SLS-free washing, "InStyle" magazine recommends trying L'Oreal's shampoo. The magazine says it can help to gently clean your hair without stripping natural oils and color from your hair like traditional shampoos do. Its conditioning ingredients infuse your hair with moisture and help combat problems associated with color-treated hair, like dry and brittle ends.