The best way to know what your hair is getting is to know for sure what your hair is not getting. It’s extremely hard to remove all the chemicals from your beauty products. But, there are product lines like JUST NATURAL organic care, ABBA, & DEVA CURL that have found a way to eliminate some or all of the harmful chemicals that can be found in your products.
There are a few different ways that product lines can be less harmful. Take certified organic products for instance. They use ingredients that were grown with natural fertilizers. The junk was removed from the very beginning. Compared to Organic Lines that use natural products; some chemicals may have been present in the growing stages. Which means those same chemicals may be present in your product. You could go the Free products lines route which eliminates specific chemicals; like sulfates. But there may be other harmful chemicals present in the product. Don’t be fooled by the label. Read the products ingredients. It’s like a diet. You want to stay within a specific set of guidelines which are found in the ingredients.
Most organic or free products cost more up front than the other products do. If a product is outside of your budget you may be reluctant to replace it and you may try to find a less than equal but similar product that does not compare to the previous product’s productivity. I would advise you to not flip flop between products without a specific purpose. Consider using maybe just the shampoo and conditioners from the organic/free lines and use the professional level styling aides or all natural oils to lower the cost.
Lastly, you could consider creating your own products. With the use of natural ingredients (eggs, olive oil, coconut oil, baking soda, and other kitchen staples) you can create cleansers, moisturizers, and oils that will help your hair flourish and grow. These ingredients don’t have a very long shelf life but if you make them in small batches (1x use only) this type of product can sometimes be more effective than pre-made products and cost less. These solutions take a lot of research and patience to create. But what you spend in time you save in pennies.
PI am just a girl who loves her job (owning and styling at HUC!) and is pretty good at explaining hair to other people.
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