What is a Shampoo? Shampoo is a product designed to gently but completely cleanse your hair and scalp. Most shampoos lather well while some have little lather and others do not lather at all. Most of us want a shampoo that leaves our hair clean and free of build-up, coatings, and all the styling products we use every day. Additionally we want a shampoo that will while properly prepare our hair for our conditioner. The average person is unaware that the secret to hair conditioning is to pick your conditioner first, based on the condition your hair is in today. Next, pick the shampoo that works best with your conditioner and meets your hair's needs. The main job of all shampoos is to gently but completely cleanse both your hair and scalp.
The wrong shampoo can actually reduce the effectiveness of your conditioner. If you've recently switched to a new shampoo and your conditioner isn't working quite as well as it was before, don't blame the conditioner. It is probably an incompatibility between your new shampoo and your favorite conditioner.
Salon shampoo brands: For the past several years, the hair care industry
talking about and adding shampoos that are sulfate-free, DEA free and
This gives the average person a negative perception of sulfates as
shampoo ingredients. Simply put, the sulfate-free craze is misleading! Sulfate shampoos cleanse the hair and scalp very well. Properly formulated, (and can you think of any company in their right
mind that would NOT properly formulate a shampoo for your?) these high lathering sulfate shampoos have been and
still are excellent for all hair types, even color-treated hair.
Shampoos containing sulfates have
worked well for us for years. Furthermore, these years and years of experience, research,
testing and fine
tuning have provided us with proven successful formulations that still work well today
and often at a lesser cost for everyone. We have also noticed that some companies have added
sulfate-free shampoos to their product choices just to satisfy the demand for
Clarifying Shampoos use traditional sulfate cleansing ingredients. Sulfates are the most successful when your hair needs a thorough cleansing, including removing buildup and residue from some styling products that don't like to come out of your hair.
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