If you do not want to have to do anything with sulfate, ultra chemical ingredient, or ultra stripper, I suggest you turn to vegetable shampoos or so-called natural.
I have tried a few and I must say that they do all their jobs.
I first tested the shikakai powder, second the rhassoul, then the multani mitti clay, and finally the sidr.
The first time I experienced shikakai powder (4 years ago), I was pleasantly surprised. My hair was washed, cleaned gently. That day, I became aware of the benefits of natural ingredients. This is by no means fables. I ended up with hair that was not dry, soft and not rough, unlike what I got with industrial shampoos.
If you have wavy, curly or frizzy hair the natural shampoos will better define the curls of your hair.
Shikakai powder is rich in saponins. It is known to promote hair growth and stop hair loss. It is perfect for fine, flat hair. Because it brings volume.
Rhassoul clay is a powder that will absorb impurities without attacking the hair. Some have been found to have a thicker tuft of hair. It is suitable for oily hair.
Multani mitti clay cleans gently. It rebalances the scalp. It is suitable for all types of hair.
The sidr powder is rich in mucilages and saponins. It is perfect to fight against itching. It is purifying and astringent.
The multani mitti clay is my favorite among these four powders.
If you have the opportunity to use the shikakai, be careful because it is very pulverulent. Follow the instructions on the packaging of your product.
It is true that using natural shampoos, it amounts to dirtying the bathroom and to lengthen the time of washing (it must be confessed it is messy and a little long). But hey, it's the price to pay to naturally wash his hair.
Remember to rinse your hair well.
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