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The SwitchI’ve always wanted to make the long-term switch to sulfate-free way, way back but never pushed through with it because most sulfate-free shampoos I’ve tried don’t lather up (at all!!), which I know doesn’t mean cleaner hair yadda yadda, that it’s a marketing trick to make people think it’s working etc etc. But it’s not the non-lathering that’s the issue, it’s the leaving-me-with-flakes-and-itchy-scalp that makes it a deal-breaker. I’ve only really liked one sulfate-free shampoo but I couldn’t possibly keep up with it because of its bank-breaking price tag (yes, Pureology, I’m looking at you). Anyway, I stumbled upon this stall in Glorietta that sells local beauty products (of which most are eco-friendly and organic) which led me to discover this shampoo brand. Be Organic Argan Oil Shampoo is not only sulfate-free, it also has the ever-nourishing and moisturizing Argan Oil, which my dry and ultra-damaged hair badly needs. It’s very runny, almost watery but with a slightly thicker consistency than good ol’ H20. You need a good amount of product to make it lather well. I’m on my 3rd week and I’ve gone through 3/4 of the bottle already. Immediately after washing, hair feels kind of dry and stiff (which I’m not dismissing as bad because shampoos are meant to clean your hair, moisturize and further nourish it is conditioner’s job). Upon drying, my hair becomes quite the opposite, though — super straight (I mean, no frizziness or tangly mess) and soft. Sometimes, I skip on brushing and just comb through with my fingers and that’s it. I follow it up with Human Heart Nature Moisturizing Conditioner other days and well, that’s a whole other love story.
THE VERDICTI like how this sulfate-free shampoo lathers and leaves my hair frizz-free and pin straight BUT one day after washing, I already feel my scalp itching as if I hadn’t showered for days. Ugh. TMI? I really wanted to love this because argan oil is one of my favorite hair treatments. I think I need to alternate this with a clarifying shampoo once in a while to really deeply clean my scalp and hair. I suspected it may also be due to the Human Heart Nature conditioner, but I’ve stopped using that for a while and continued using this shampoo to test if the itches disappear and they didn’t. So I’m 95% sure this may be the culprit. Still, I will continue my quest for the best sulfate-free shampoos in the market. Barely only a month into this sulfate-free and silicone-free journey yet I’ve already seen a MAJOR difference in my hair condition. It appears healthier with 90% less frizz (I really couldn’t believe it!) overall. Have you made the switch yet? Any sulfate-free and silicone-free shampoos you recommend?
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