My favorite sulphate-free shampoo and conditioner of the new year (so far) is, hands down, DermOrganic. This shampoo and conditioner features Argan Oil, which can be great for your hair. Honestly, I'm a little over Argan Oil, but it's still great, especially for dry or processed hair. I just want to know WHAT'S NEXT. I always want to know what the next thing is...
No matter. DermOrganic keeps your hair healthy, shiny, clean, bouncy and pretty. All without traditional sulfates. Plus, it's cruelty free! It's actually missing a ton of gunk other shampoos don't seem to mind keeping in their recipes. Like what, you ask?
If you chemically straighten your hair, you will want to avoid sulphates and salt (and its fancier name of sodium chloride. If you color your hair, you will really want to avoid sulphates. Salt can be drying, so avoiding that isn't a bad idea, two and decides.*
I've been encouraging you to stop using sulphates, wash your hair less, do less damage and have prettier hair for a long time. I know you hate shampoos that don't lather. I'm not sure why the lather link is so strongly implanted in so many, but I recognize that you love your lather. Good news! This shampoo lathers!
I've also gotten a chance to try the Intensive Deep Repair Masque and Leave-In Spray Therapy. While the masque is nice, my hair is a little too thirsty for this to really help. If you have normal hair, the deep conditioner will probably be perfect.
I'm in LUERVE with the Leave-In Spray Therapy. It makes my hair look as shiny as humanly possibly before going greasy and it does wonders if you spray three-day-old hair before touching it up with a flat or curling iron. If you don't wash your hair every day, but hate the slightly dry look it begins to take on, this spray is the answer.
For those of you that have commented about seeing this product in TJ Maxx or Target, it's not supposed to be there. It was sold illegally by a third party and has possibly been tampered with. By tampered, I mean diluted or mixed with something. GROSS! It could also be expired, which is slightly less gross (to me, anyway). Want more info on how product like this ends up on the shelves at discount stores? Click here for a quick lesson in diversion.
In the meantime, try DermOrganic for yourself and let me know what you think! I really, really like it! Check them out on Facebook for giveaways and specials!
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