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Sulphate free shampoo and why use it

Sulphate free shampoo and why use it

9 months ago


News

Sulphate free shampoo and why use it

9 months ago


Sulphate free shampoo and why use it

You might have heard lots of chat on social media about sulphates, or SLS being used in shampoos.

What are sulphates?

Sulphates are used in many consumer products, including household cleaning detergents.

They're used to create a bubbly lather, which can feel great, but when rinsed from your hair this lather can strip your hair and scalp of its natural oils. 

When we were researching Nut and Noggin, we found that many mass market and high street shampoo bars still contain sulphates. 

We've made Nut and Noggin shampoo bars sulphate free and instead of SLS (Sodium Laureth Sulphate), we use a coconut derived cleanser to give you beautifully washed hair and a good lather. 

So it's important if you want your hair to feel hydrated and soft, that you avoid shampoos with sulphates in them.

You can find more about how to use a shampoo bar here.

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