Brands get Your Hair Happier without Paraben or Sulfate 🧏🏼‍♀️

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Jun. 11
Ditch the chemicals and nasties: switch to healthier alternatives for happier hair. 
Feeling your hair foam and lather as you wash it, is seriously satisfying but did you know that those suds are actually damaging your tresses? Sulfates are responsible for your products foaming up, which allows it to get rid of dirt and product residue. However it’s during this process that all of our natural oils are stripped bare. On top of this; the harsh chemicals added can irritate our scalp. Yikes. We investigate which products we can use as a safer, healthier and more promising alternative. 
LIVING PROOF
Founded in 2005 by biotech scientists and industry leading stylist experts; Living Proof is made up of hair products which are silicone free and cruelty free. Their unique and patented formula claims to keep hair cleaner for longer and assists in battling pesky grease effectively. Consisting of high-tech serums and styling creams; they deliver full and voluminous hair with a clever combination of science and beauty. Their ‘Perfect Hair Day Dry Shampoo’ is their standout product. It absorbs oil, sweat and odours to keep your hair feeling and looking fresh for longer; so you you can skip the need to constantly wash your hair.  
REVERIE
Simplicity is key within this beauty range, offering only one shampoo and conditioner which is suitable for all hair types. Handcrafted in California, Reverie is a botanical hair care range which is clean and based on skincare methodology. Made up of ingredients such as Acai and Pracaxi Seed Oil, they nourish tresses and leave your hair deliciously scented. With a mission to repair hair rather than mask problems; Reverie boasts organic, Fair Trade and EcoCert ingredients of premium quality. Their go-to product is the ‘Milk Anti-Frizz Leave-In Nourishing Treatment’ which smooths out flyaways without weighing hair down. An essential for when you’re on the go. 
DAE  
Beautifully packaged products with citrus aromas; Dae offers toxin-free, hydrating ingredients,  sourced from desert botanicals. The product line was brought to fruition by beauty blogger Amber Fillerup Clark who is behind ‘Barefoot Blonde’. She came up with the concept in Arizona and based the range around sunrise and sunsets; taking inspiration from nature. ‘Dae Daily Shampoo’ is great for those with sensitive scalps; the formula is also designed to combat oily roots while keeping dry ends at bay. Thanks to it’s lack of nasty chemicals, it cleans without stripping your hair of it’s natural oils.
Together Beauty
Developed by celebrity stylist Sam Brocato, Together Beauty is toxic free and cruelty free, created using the power of aromatherapy. With a variety of very specific products, there is something for everyone from their Crown and Glory smoothing mask to their Flower Supply hair oil. Sulfate-free, their ‘Love Lather’ shampoo still manages to conjure up an impressive amount of suds! Satisfying for those missing their foaming action in the shower.
CALISTA
Marie McCool the woman behind Calista hair products, aims to make it easy for us non-professionals to achieve enviable hair as if you’ve just walked out the salon. With a motto of ‘feel good about what you feed your scalp’ Calista has embraced ingredients such as vitamins, herbs and other goodies. Calista’s ‘Embellish Volume Finishing Spray’ is a best seller when it comes to delivering texture, body and volume. Great for when you need some extra bounce in your tresses.
With so many brands embracing the trend of going sulfate and paraben-free, it is a breeze to make better choices for our hair. Say goodbye to the toxic chemicals and welcome in brands that nourish your hair as well as deliver fabulous results. You don’t have to sacrifice health for beauty.
 
 
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